KPBX Kids' Concert: Celtic Dance Party with Floating Crowbar, March 7

Nov 27, 2019

Credit Amanda Flanery/Spokane County Library District

Get ready to move your feet at this Kids' Concert: the Celtic Dance Party with Floating Crowbar! On March 7, at 1 p.m., at the Riverside Place Auditorium, kids young and old will shake a leg to the high-energy mix of traditional and contemporary Irish music from Spokane's premiere Irish band. 

Multi instrumentalists Don Thomsen and James Hunter have joined forces with guitarist Rick Rubin and fiddler Morgan Andersen. Their use of uilleann pipes, flute, whistle, banjo and mandolin as well as fiddle and guitar is sure to get you dancing a jig at this free concert. Coming from a wide variety of backgrounds and musical interests, they bring together their common passion for Irish music, good humor, mutual respect and friendship into a show that will be enjoyed by any Celtic music fan.

Credit Floating Crowbar

  

KPBX Kids' Concerts are free thanks in part to event donors Harvard Park Children's Learning Center NorthNumerica Credit Union, and Rocket Bakeries, and a grant from the Jonston-Fix Foundation. Thanks also to Hearn Brothers Printing, the staff of Riverside Place, as well as the members and volunteers of SPR.

Parking at Riverside Place (formerly the Masonic Temple)
Street parking is available at the meters along Main St. and the surrounding area. Riverside Place does offer event goers free parking at the Diamond Parking lot at 1193 W Main Ave down the hill. Entering the building on Main leads right to the auditorium.