Tinmouth Moves to Ireland for an Evening with Extra Stout
October 26 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
There must be little towns in Ireland a lot like Tinmouth – a little village in the fields with a pub (ice cream as well as brew in Tinmouth) and a small hall. Old Firehouse in Tinmouth was once a Grange Hall, but on Friday, October 26 at 7:30 PM it will spend an evening as the Hibernian Club in an tiny Irish community. Extra Stout will fill the hall with its Irish singing, whistling and fiddling!
Extra Stout is a one band Irish Festival! It’s a traditional Irish band that brings raucous drinking songs, ballads of home and country; slow and haunting airs – and then some rocking reels, jigs and polkas. Six engaging vocalists lend their voices to great songs from Ireland’s rich history, while skillfully playing a variety of instruments. (guitars, fiddle, whistles, drums and, well, you will just have to come out and see them).
With a few of “our own” in the group, Extra Stout is not to be missed! They perform throughout the region, and no performance space beats the fantastic acoustics of the Tinmouth Old Firehouse. Extra Stout are great fun to see and hear – bring the whole family! Bring your friends!
All the concerts start at 7:30; doors open at 7:00. The Old Firehouse is at Vermont 140 and Mountain View Road in downtown Tinmouth. Donation of $10 to $15 goes 90% to the musicians; the balance pays the town for the hall. Coffee, tea, and locally made treats are available, provided by local groups. Your donations will support their activities.