Gardeners Green Folk Club in Merville welcome Crikey Mor back for another house concert on Saturday June 2.

Crikey! They’re back for Mor

Gardeners Green Folk Club welcomes popular Irish-music band back to Merville house concert

Gardeners Green Folk Club in Merville welcomes Crikey Mor, its most popular performers ever, back for another house concert on Saturday, June 2.

Crikey Mor specialises in high energy Irish music, of which there will be plenty, but they also have some very sweet and harmonic Irish ballads and songs. These four excellent musicians and singers have a great time playing the music they’re so passionate about. For an idea of what to expect, type Crikey Mor Music into youtube and a number of videos come up.

Like this one:

Tickets are $20, and include hot drinks and a lovely spread of food. Advance tickets only, seats are limited and quickly sold out last time they were here, so give us a ring at 250-337-5337 if you’re keen to join us. A great time will definitely be had by all.

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