Craic on at Settlers

Augusta Margaret River Times
Crooked Brook play Settlers Tavern on Tuesday evening.
Camera IconCrooked Brook play Settlers Tavern on Tuesday evening.

The luck of the Irish and plenty of Guinness will flow at Settlers Tavern on Tuesday to celebrate St Patrick’s Day.

The typically Irish day, which commemorates a Welshman bringing Christianity to the green isle and ridding it of snakes, will see Crooked Brook dust off their lively brand of traditional Celtic music.

One of WA’s most acclaimed Celtic bands will belt out their rollicking reels, jigs and maybe even a hornpipe or two from 5pm.

“Bring your friends and family, enjoy a drink and some excellent food, and then dance, sing along and have a massive fun night out,” the band’s Pete Paton said.

To prepare for a solid night’s craic, check out Crooked Brook on Facebook.

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