Dropkick Murphys to Live Stream St. Patrick’s Day Concert
Things came to a standstill due to last year’s pandemic just before St. Patrick’s Day, ruining the annual vacations for millions of people. This was especially true for music lovers who often revel in the songs of the day.
But Dropkick Murphys refuses to allow that to happen this year, at least to the best of their ability: the group will unite with music fans around the world for “Dropkick Murphys St. Patrick’s Day Stream 2021: Still Locked Down To virtually celebrate St. Patrick’s Day March 17 at 7 p.m.
The free online concert streaming – with no in-person audiences – will be broadcast simultaneously worldwide via www.DKMstream.com.
“Still Locked Down” will feature a variety of fan favorites, as well as selected songs from the band’s new studio album, which will be released soon. The streaming event will feature the socially distanced Dropkick Murphys performing on an arena-sized stage with a full LED screen and an all-new video show.
“Instead of charging for tickets, we’re going to ‘pass the virtual hat’ on so you can donate whatever you want to help support us in our efforts to continue paying our employees,” said Group Founder Ken Casey in a press release. Casey added that part of the proceeds will go to charity.
People who donate in advance or during the broadcast will have their name scrolled over the symbol at the bottom of the screen while “Always Locked”.