Dropkick Murphys announce 2023 St. Patrick’s Day show stream

Sold out show will stream via Veeps

As ticket sales for the in-person shows of the Dropkick Murphys’ famed annual St. Patrick’s Day tour roar along, the band has announced that the sold out March 17th show will be available as a livestream via premium streaming platform, Veeps, direct from the incredible MGM Music Hall. The band will be performing at the Fenway Park venue for the very first time since it opened in August 2022, proudly supported by Massachusetts-based software company, Pega. Livestream tickets are $17 and are on sale now.

Despite having a hardcore local Boston following, Dropkick Murphys’ highest song streaming city is London, followed by Berlin, Hamburg, Stockholm, and Sydney, suggesting a truly global fan base. As we all know, everyone becomes a little more Irish on March 17th, and coupled with the Irish being well-known globetrotters, we expect the livestream will host a highly engaged crowd watching from living rooms around the world. For those planning to hit the local bars to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day, the stream makes for the perfect pre-game, afterparty, or day-after entertainment, with a rewatch period of seven days.

As far as what fans can expect from the show, Dropkick Murphys will be playing revved-up, electrified versions of tracks from their new acoustic album, This Machine Still Kills Fascists, released on September 30, 2022 and featuring the words of Woody Guthrie. They will also be playing plenty of greatest hits, fan-favorites, and deeper cuts spanning their 25+ year career. Viewers will be able to access the show on Veeps.com or via the Veeps app on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android.

This Machine Still Kills Fascists (Expanded Edition) was released at the start of the year, featuring three live versions of songs on the original release and two alternate song versions. The expanded edition features special guests Evan Felker of Turnpike Troubadours, Nikki Lane, Sammy Amara of Broilers, Jaime Wyatt, Woody Guthrie’s grandson Cole Quest and The American Songster Dom Flemons.

Buddy Iahn
Buddy Iahn

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