Halfway to St. Patrick's Day


Fiddle Play Music

Five Pint Mary

Bagpiper Steve Allely

  • All day! Music begins at 1:30 p.m. |
  • Free |
  • All ages welcome

About Halfway to St. Patrick's Day


OK, we know, it's kind of a wacky idea - no one celebrates halfway to St. Valentine's Day, right? (Although, now that we think about it... nahhh...)

But, regardless, we love St. Patrick's Day and we love being halfway to it! So let's have some drinks, hear some music and have a full-on good time together. Because why not?


1 p.m.–2 p.m. · Bagpiper Steve Allely roaming the grounds
2 p.m.–5:30 p.m. · Five Pint Mary at O’Kane’s Square
4 p.m.–7 p.m. · Fiddle Play roaming the grounds
6 p.m.–9 p.m. · TapWater at O'Kane's Square

** Food & Drink Specials **
Irish Fries, Irish Reuben, Iced Irish Coffee and Irish Stout!
Plus Irish-tinged revelry at all of our joints!

About TapWater


From Seattle to San Diego, TapWater's sound colors outside the lines of Americana, while bringing musical inspiration from around the globe right to your front porch. TapWater relies on inspired songwriting, virtuoso musicianship and knockout performances to keep you coming back for more. The band's homegrown humor and down-to-earth style complement the sound seamlessly, and create a live show that is particularly appealing to people who have tired of mainstream pop.

This boisterous sextet blends the sound of banjo, steel pans, piano, accordion, upright bass, guitar, vocal harmonies, drums aplenty and more into a swirl of highly danceable and strangely exotic music steeped deeply in the roots of American tradition. Bandmates Steve Moore, Timmy Jones, Rudy Slizewski, Ravi Laird, Wes Elliott and Simon Lucas are all curious about how different cultures produce music. They study, explore and borrow from genres across the world and delight in their shared desire to run it all through their uniquely American filter.

TapWater has garnered respect from artists they consider influences, having teamed up with the Squirrel Nut Zippers, Albino and The Duhks for unforgettably huge encores. They have also caught the attention of some of their more legendary influences.

Their seventh release in seven years, produced by Steve Berlin of Los Lobos, features multiple performances from members of War, The Motet and James Brown's band, The Famous Flames. The new album has already been compared to the likes of The Band, Paul Simon, Lyle Lovett and 1970s Van Morrison.


About Fiddle Play Music



Fiddlplay Music • Featuring

Roland White Fiddle & Mark  Barringer • Guitar 


Roland White & Mark Barringer bring vitality, energy and heart to their music.  From beautiful waltz's to fast paced American and Celtic  tunes. The music is alive and engaging with steady rhythms and catchy fiddle melodies.  They perform in Central Oregon for Pubs, Weddings, Parties, and Community events.

Roland White has been playing fiddle since 1976. Over the years he has collected 100's of fiddle tunes from different genres including American Old Time, Celtic and styles. He has demonstrated the music of the pioneers for the National Park Service  at the Lewis and Clark National Memorial and performed at the North West Folk Life Festival in Seattle Washington. 

He is a Two time Oregon State Senior Fiddling Champion and has placed Three times in the Top Ten of the National Fiddle Senior Division.  He performs and teaches fiddle in the Central Oregon area and provides fiddlplay.com for local live music and fiddle player resources.

Mark Barringer hails from the San Francisco bay area and played music professionally there for over 20 years in bands and as a solo performer. He has played with some of the best touring and session players in the music business. Mark has been playing guitar since the age of 12 and has explored and performed many different genres including Rock, Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Jazz, Folk, Bluegrass, Celtic and Old Time music. Mark performs locally solo and with a Bluegrass group, Rare Boots.

About Five Pint Mary


Five Pint Mary is an eight-piece Celtic rock band located in Bend, OR. Upbeat, loud, spirited, and rollicking, they play a unique blend of Celtic rock with an edge of punk. Influenced by traditional and original music played in Ireland, Scotland, Newfoundland, & America, as well as bluegrass and Americana genres. Their music appeals to a wide audience and is just as fun for the listeners as well as the players. 

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