Acoustic Routes Celebrates its 100th Show in Saline with a Hot Night of Irish Trad

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 06/29/2019 - 08:30
The Gavins are Detroit’s first family of Irish music.

Tonight marks the 100th Acoustic Routes concert in Saline - a series that has  brought multiple GRAMMY winners and bands from as far away as Scotland and Sweden to town. 

To celebrate this milestone, Acoustic Routes has invited The Gavins -  Detroit’s first family of Irish traditional music - to Stony Lake Brewing, 447 E. Michigan Ave., for a Céilí that starts at 8 p.m.  

The Gavin family (Mick on fiddle and accordion, Michael on guitar, vocals, fiddle, and tenor banjo, and Seán on flute, uilleann pipes and whatever is in reach) are hosts of the annual Crossroads Céilí at The Ark. 

Enjoy a lively evening of jigs, reels and airs and a few pints of Jerry Tubbs’ delicious ales. There is a $15 cover at the door and like always, 100 percent goes to the artists.

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