Holiday Music Performance: Ivy Leaf, New Traditional Irish Music

WHEN: Sunday, December 23, 2012 at 3:00PM - 4:00PM
WHERE: Blithewold Mansion Living Room

"Mugs of hot chocolate, holiday carolers, reuniting with family, fierce snowball fights—no, we aren’t talking about holidays or the coming of winter. The Ivy Leaf’s celebration of Tradvent is here! A young traditional band that has quickly risen in the Boston Irish music scene, The Ivy Leaf has been busy learning Christmas and holiday music for the upcoming season. Our Tradvent calendar is filled with music—from the traditional Irish song “The Wexford Carol” to “Good King Wenceslas” played as a polka to putting an Irish spin on classics like “The Christmas Song”. Grab some eggnog and a few friends and help The Ivy Leaf celebrate Tradvent, Advent, and everything in between with Irish-infused tunes and songs."

A limited amount of reserved seats are available at the following prices:
Family (2 adults, 2 youths) $32
Adults $13
AAA Members $12
Seniors/Military/Full-time Students $11
Youths 6-17 yrs $5
Members & Children 5 and under $2

 

Click HERE to reserve your seat.


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