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Shamrock 'N' Roll - St. PRACTICE DAY!

Saturday, March 15 - 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.

St. Patrick’s Day is Monday this! So we are hosting "St. Practice Day" on Saturday, March 15, where you can celebrate the revelry, the tradition and the spirit of Ireland aboard the legendary Queen Mary with a rocking St. Patrick’s Day Celebration unlike any other.

Shamrock ‘N’ Roll, an annual Queen Mary event, features an amazing lineup of live entertainment sure to make you dance a jig all night long. So try your best Irish brogue and sing along to a mix of good ol’ Irish party tunes and upbeat Celtic rock music that would make St. Patty proud.

Ticket and Event Information:

  • 21+
  • $15 online ($20 at the door)
  • Parking is $5 with event validation

The concert, which will take place on the Prom Deck and in the Queen's and Royal Salons, will also feature a full bar - proudly serving green beer - pub games and our take on classical Irish grub (Corned Beef & Cabbage Sliders, Bangers and Mash with Onion Gravy, Corned Beef Sandwich & Dublin Burger to name a few | Full menu)! And don't worry BBall fans - we will have the conference tournament championship games on the telly with March Madness quickly approaching and Selection Sunday the next day!

Shamrock 'N' Roll All Night

Don't want the fun of St. Patty's Day to end? Stay aboard the legendary Queen Mary after Shamrock 'N' Roll and save! Includes two tickets to the Shamrock 'N' Roll concert on March 15, 2014 plus a voucher for a souvenir cup of beer and a one-night stay aboard the Queen Mary.

The Mansfield Band

Anita and the Yanks’ built a loyal and fiery fan base in the Celtic music world. With a debut album "Face the Wind," a slew of U.S. festivals and touring in support of The Young Dubliners through Ireland. This band, driven by Anita Mansfield’s bright and impetuous vocals was gaining traction. This however was not the direction of Mansfield’s voice and refrain was no longer an option from the need to make her original songs the focus. After a short letup to the Irish countryside, the work began again. Joined and invigorated by original ‘AY’ member, Berklee College of Music Alum and two-time local Emmy Award winner Damon Stout on Bass and the man who keeps everyone grounded with an obsession for time and a penchant for space and dynamics, drummer Chuck Van Haecke. Visit their website here:

The MVPs

The MVPs - The Most Valuable Players - from Southern California, are one of the top musical acts performing today. A collection of world class talents, they have been wowing crowds around the country with their spectacular performances for years. From back to back New Year's Eve blowouts at the MGM Grand and Mandalay Bay Las Vegas, to the Olympic Games' AT&T Centennial Park before an audience of more than 50,000. Appearing with such greats as Santana, Ray Charles, Gypsy King, Chaka Khan, Earth Wind & Fire, Kenny G, Tom Jones and the Go-Go's, as well as more contemporary artists including pop superstars Kelly Clarkson, Pussycat Dolls, Bon Jovi's Ritchie Sambora, Sarah Brightman and Sheila E. The MVPs recently performed their 6th MGM NYE bash, backing up The Four Tops, Pointer Sisters and The Temptations. The band mixes Rock, R&B, Latin, Swing and current Pop and Hip Hop grooves to create a high energy dance sound all their own. Their enthusiasm is overwhelmingly infectious and they're guaranteed to make every event a major success. Visit their website here:


Green Ashes, from Los Angeles, is an up-and-coming powerhouse of an Irish band. The band’s explosive energy and modern twist on old songs is turning heads from not only unsuspecting bar goers, but even CBS Los Angeles, naming the band and Irish Times one of the “Best Bets on St. Patrick’s Day.” Visit their website here:


The only pioneers of shamrockabilly, CRAiC HAUS hails from Claremont, Calif. but brings a heavy dose of the Emerald Isle to their aggressive rockabilly sound. With the occasional penny whistle, mandolin or harmonica thrown into the mix, their original tunes have captured the ears and beers of fans all over the world. Drummer/singer Danny Oberbeck describes their sound with this tasty image: "Imagine Flogging Molly and Reverend Horton Heat mudwrestling on a Sunday!" Visit their website here:


A blend of traditional Irish drinking songs and ballads from the likes of the Dubliners, Clancy Brothers, Wolftones, & Pogues with modern Irish stylings borrowed from the likes of Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys, Mahones, LeperKhanz and The Mighty Regis. Visit their website here:


With an infectious energy that can’t be ignored, Them Novus combines Rock, R&B, Latin and current Pop and Hip Hop grooves that will transform any room into an instant dance party. Visit their website here:


7:00 - 8:00PM Them Novus (main stage)
8:15 - 9:15PM Them Novus (main stage)
9:15P - 10:30PM Green Ashes (corner stage)
10:30 - 11:30PM The MVPs (main stage)
11:45PM - 12:45AM The MVPs (main stage)

7:00 - 8:30PM Dublin Public
9:15 - 10:45PM Craic Haus
11:30 - 1:00AM The Mansfield Band

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Event Info:
(562) 499-1771