Dropkick Murphys announce five shows for St. Patrick's Day 2020

Dropkick Murphys, the beloved Irish American Celtic punk rock band, have announced that they are returning to their hometown for St. Patrick's Day 2020.

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On November 26, Dropkick Murphys revealed that they’ve lined up five shows across three venues for their 'Boston Blowout' concert series to mark March 17.

Hey everyone !! Today’s the day for the BOSTON BLOWOUT 2020 St. Patrick’s Day announcement - https://t.co/pED7dtsdKG pic.twitter.com/bJqFLXHGhi

— Dropkick Murphys (@DropkickMurphys) November 26, 2019

“These Boston shows will be the only shows we’re doing in the US in March,” the group said in a statement. “If you wanna see us, come to Boston… We’d love to see you!!”

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Here’s where Dropkick Murphys will be playing for St. Patrick’s Day 2020:

Friday, March 13: Encore Boston Harbor Casino, Everett, MA

The Friday concert will be 'in the round,' meaning fans will get to surround the band on all sides! This event will be General Admission standing, with a VIP table section on the outskirts. It's also 21+, but under 21 is admitted with a parent.

Saturday, March 14; House of Blues Boston (Matinee / Day show)

Saturday, March 14: House of Blues Boston (Evening show)

The show will include the annual Dropkick Murphys After Party Bash, Pro-Boxing, as well as a short Dropkick Murphys acoustic set.

Sunday, March 15: House of Blues Boston

Monday, March 16: Big Night Live in TD Garden

Dropkick Murphys will play right after the Bruins Game. March 16 is Irish Night at the Garden, so the DKM Claddagh Fund Charity will be the recipient of the Bruins 50/50 raffle that evening. 

Tuesday, March 17: House of Blues Boston

As the group says: "THE DAY – ST PATRICK’S DAY…BE THERE !!"

You can find tickets for Dropkick Murphys Boston Blowout St. Patrick’s Day shows, as well as their other upcoming shows, on their website.

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Will you be 'shipping up to Boston' for the Dropkick Murphys' St. Patrick's Day shows next year? Let us know in the comments!