Tullamore

Tullamore
Light Up The Lawn

8:30 p.m. Friday, September 4, 2020 | Nerman Museum Lawn

FREE, Note--> Campus Safety Guidelines Below


Favorites wherever they go, Tullamore’s take on Celtic music is rich and clear vocals, tight harmonies and instrumentals, and cool and clever arrangements.


Now in their 24th season, a steady slate of performances throughout Ireland, Scotland, and the US have made Tullamore one of the Heartland's premiere Celtic bands. Fueled by Mary Hanover’s beautiful vocals and inspired dulcimer-play, Rachel Gaither’s stellar vocals and hot fiddling, Michael Coakley’s soaring tenor voice and tasty accordion stylings, and Mark Clavey’s creative genius and feel for folk and Celtic music, Tullamore’s sound is unmistakable - an American-folk body with a traditional Celtic soul. Their take on Celtic music is rich and clear vocals, tight harmonies and instrumentals, and cool and clever arrangements. Across the country and across the ocean, from arts-centers to pubs, Irish Festivals to Scottish Highland Games, Tullamore are favorites wherever they go.

Presented in partnership with Carlsen Center Presents and the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art.

Face covering is required if 6-foot social distance isn't possible.



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- The Carlsen Center, Nerman Museum and JCCC want to protect the safety of our students and visitors. Guests are asked to put at least six feet of space between themselves/their group and others. Please refer to our Wellness Self-Check and Campus Guidelines to keep everyone safe.