St. Patrick's Day
Celtic Jam Session and Celebration
March 17th, 7:00pm to 11:00pm
O'Malley's Irish Pub in Waynesville,NC
Sponsored by: Maggie's Place Bed & Breakfast



Master Playlist

Commanding the Snakes to Leave Ireland

Saint Patrick
Born 387. Died March 17, 493
Feast Day: March 17
Patron of: Ireland and Irish
Symbol: cross, harp, serpent, baptismal font, demons, shamrock

"Patron Saint of Young Families"

"In celebration of a life given in the service of God, we raise a toast to St. Patrick, Patron Saint of Ireland, and invite local musicians to come play the traditional folk music of Ireland, Scotland, and the Celtic peoples of ancient times. The public is invited to join with O'Malley's regulars in a spirited musical celebration of a life well-lived." Alan McRae, Master of Ceremonies

Whether an amateur, professional, or semi-professional, we are making a place for you in the front of the pub, so take a look at the master playlist, practice a few of the tunes, and cross the moors to O'Malley's Irish Pub in Waynesville on Wednesday, March 17th and join the evening's festivities. Just let us know you're coming by contacting Alan McRae, the master of ceremonies, at 828-452-9609 or emailing him at

Our music coordinator for the evening is Jim Webb, flute & whistle player for the Celtic Knot Music Ensemble. You can contact him at 828-452-7543 or via email at regarding sheet music, the playlist, and your availability.

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O'Malley's Irish Pub
172 North Main St.
Waynesville, NC

"A little piece of Ireland!"