Ireland colors Monte Castello di Mercato Zacareno with St. Patrick’s Summer Fest events in Cesena

Ireland colors Monte Castello di Mercato Zacareno with St. Patrick's Summer Fest events in Cesena

The great events continue during the summer stages of Mercato Saraceno, the summer cultural and entertainment festival covering the Mercati area. Friday 22nd July: Off Liberty Square Village of Monte CastelOr go green to bring some Irish energy to Romagna St. Patrick’s Summer Fest Organized by the young, active and pro-active Pro Loco of Monte Castello.

The party starts at 19.00 with a selection of beers such as the inevitable Guinness and Blonde Harp Lager, but also German and Belgian beers, hamburgers, hot dogs and French fries and Irish-style street food.

But it’s around 9.00pm that the square lights up, animating with an exceptionally energetic and engaging concert. “Lennon Kelly” The Romagna band combines its punk-rock vein with the Irish folk sounds of violin and banjo. Their Irish melodies blend with punk, rock, jigs and reels, with distinctive and furious lyrical style lyrics. They are present at all the Irish parties in Italy, from Padua to Pescara to Bern, Lucerne and Hamburg, and they certainly cannot miss an evening of dancing and singing in their area.

The whole group on stage in full force: Vasco Bartowski Abondanza: vocals, acoustic guitar; Costantino Roman Valentini: voice, guitar, banjo, mandolin; Alessandro Pobre Valentini: bass and choir; Mattia Ago Agozzino: guitar, banjo, mandolin, mirco Circo Turci: violin, tin whistle, Enrico Peri Ricci: accordion; David Davino Paci drums for a concert that will be pure energy and adrenaline.
After the concert the party continues with the DJ set Juri Maru Voice Sandro Base with music selections by Radio Studio Delta.

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Info 3387417818 – Pro Loco Monte Castello Facebook page

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