This last world tour has been SELLING OUT
Irish Rovers Tour Dates & Ticket Links
The 2020 tour will visit both Canada and the US with the release of “The Scottish Album – Up Among the Heather“.
Throughout the years, these international ambassadors of Irish music have maintained their timeless ability to deliver a rollicking, rousing performance of good cheer – one that will soon have you singing and clapping along. Their songs have become anthems of revelry and joy among generation after generation of fans. – Belfast Telegraph.
The days of the long tours are coming to an end for these Irish lads as they are now completing one last world tour. After that, they will rove again only for special events, festivals and longer stays. International touring will happen only on a very limited scale.
2020 Tour – Wasn’t That A Party!
Thu Feb 20 – Grand Theatre, Kingston ON 7:30pm
Fri Feb 21 – Meridian Theatres at Centrepointe, Ottawa ON 7:30pm
Sat Feb 22 – The Empire Theatre, Belleville ON 7:00pm
Sun Feb 23 – Showplace Performance Centre, Peterborough ON 2:00pm
Tue Feb 25 – Collins Center for the Arts, Orono ME, USA 7:00pm
Thu Feb 27 – Imperial Theatre, St. John NB 7:30
Fri Feb 28 – Fredericton Playhouse, Fredericton NB 7:30
Sat Feb 29 – Harbourfront Theatre, Summerside PEI 7:30pm
Sun Mar 1 – deCoste Performing Arts Centre, Pictou NS 2:00pm Matinee
Fri Mar 6 – Savoy Theatre, Glace Bay NS 7:30pm
Sat Mar 7 – Strathspey Performing Arts Centre, Mabou NS 7:30pm
Sun Mar 8 – Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, Halifax NS 7:30
Mon Mar 9 – Capitol Theatre, Moncton NB 7:30pm
Thu Mar 12 – Centennial Hall, London ON 7:30pm
Sat Mar 14 – Casino Rama, Rama ON 8:00pm
Tue Mar 17 – Capitol Theatre, Chatham ON 7:30pm ST PATRICK’S DAY
Check back for more dates as they are added.
Columbus Calling It’s not every day you get to see music legends, and when you do get the chance, your expectations may be tempered by realities about age and time (See: The Stones, Dylan, etc.), but on a cool Sunday evening in Columbus, there were no such kinks in the armour. Delighting old fans and certainly surprising some new ones with their land speed record-playing on “The Dublin Pub Crawl,” the sheer pop perfection of the shiny happy hit, “The Unicorn,” and its brilliant new follow-up, “Narwhal, The Continuing Story of The Unicorn,” it was one for the books.
Otago Daily Times, New Zealand “There’s no getting away from the quality of the Miller cousin’s vocals, vintage Irish balladeers from Ballymena with calculated wit and whimsy and a brogue to win the ladies hearts…And in the end that’s exactly what has made The Irish Rovers the enduring legend they are.”
Tallahassee Democrat “Sold-out in Tallahassee – All the years of touring and playing haven’t eroded the band’s ferocious chops. “Those musicians are so tight, They’re virtuosos!…”
Orange County Register “Sold-out in Long Beach – When the band was jamming through traditional Irish sets you could close your eyes and imagine yourself at a ceili in a pub on the shamrock shore with a pint and a rocking tight house band of the lads…”
Foundation for the Performing Arts “Sold-out in San Luis Obispo – What an unforgettable experience! Impossible to sit still as they play song after merry song off the pages of Ireland’s historic songbook. The Irish Rovers excite even the most discerning audience member into having a rip-roaring good time…”
The Morning Call “Irish Rovers celebrate a bonny resurgence… the lads have returned to their glory days, and are still charging…”
Gaelic Hour, CHIN 97.9 “Like the famous Bushmills Irish Whiskey, The Irish Rovers continue to improve with age!”
Leader Post “Internet Sensations… it was the Internet that introduced a whole new audience to the music of Canadian Irish folk legends.”
Taron Cochrane, Global TV “The crowd was in the palm of their hand…it became apparent that The Irish Rovers have had a significant impact on more than just their own generation of fans”
Aidan O’Hara, Irish Music Magazine, Dublin “The Home in Ireland DVD/TV special is already generating a renewed interest in Ireland, which should see more North American visitors heading over to the Emerald Isle.
Comox Valley Record “The band has sold millions of albums, but to really experience them, you need to see them live, because as well as being able to deliver a heart-warming ballad or moving instrumental, these Rovers can Rock.”
Medicine Hat News “Irish Rovers charm with their effortless musicality, uproarious wit and winsome ways… elicited claps, hoots and cheers throughout both sets…”
Telegraph Journal “high-energy Irish tunes with lyrics that quicken the blood and make you feel life’s really worth living.”
BBC Ulster “The Irish Rovers are one of the most successful and enduring of all Irish folk bands.”
Belfast Telegraph “Throughout the years, these international ambassadors of Irish music have maintained their timeless ability to deliver a rollicking, rousing performance of good cheer – one that will soon have you singing and clapping along. Their songs have become anthems of revelry and joy among generation after generation of fans.”