As most of us are still recovering from an incredible weekend at Punk in the Park, Brew Ha Ha has already announced plans for their next big celebration.
Cameron Collins and the terrific team at Brew Ha Ha posted on social media this morning to announce Flogging Molly’s inaugural Shamrock Rebellion, a two-day, multi-city beer and music festival taking place over St. Patrick’s Day Weekend next year.
The first date will be held at Oak Canyon Park (where Punk in the Park just took place) in Silverado Canyon on March 16, 2024, and the following day will be held at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center.
Right now, there is not many other details except for the first wave of bands that will be playing, and that tickets go on tomorrow.
This event will be a departure from Flogging Molly’s previous annual St. Patrick’s Day show at the Palladium. Along with the Dropkick Murphys, nobody symbolizes St. Patrick’s Day more than Flogging Molly.
If you’ve ever been to one of their festivities before you know this is going to be one for the books, and the lineup they’ve announced so far is going to make for a memorable weekend.
Flogging Molly will be joined by Frank Turner & the Sleeping Souls, who just finished a round of sold out Southern California dates earlier this year.
Fresh off their set from Punk in the Park on Sunday, the legendary Buzzcocks will also be playing this weekend.
One of the greatest punk rock bands from Southern California, Victorville’s own Face to Face will also be playing, and honestly may be the band I’m most excited to see again.
Rounding out the lineup thus far is Amigo the Devil, who always put on a spectacular live show, Nobro, and Gen & the Degenerates. The flyer says many more bands will be announced soon, so this stacked lineup isn’t even complete yet.
Stay tuned for further details as they become announced, and don’t snooze on your chance to get tickets Friday (10 a.m. local time).