Join the Carson Center for their 4th Annual O'Carson Irish Bash on Saturday, March 10. Molly Ramone, Nashville's most entertaining Irish band, will be playing while attendees dance, drink and eat in Irish style. A cash bar will be available and will, of course, include plenty of green beer.
Dress in your Irish best and participate in the always-entertaining costume contest. The party starts at 7 pm and they will be doing the JIG until 11pm in the Myre River Room. Sorry, young ones. You must be 21 or older to attend.
Dinner tickets are just $25 per person in advance and includes a hot baked potato bar and a guaranteed seat at reserved tables. The dinner buffet will be available from 7-9 pm and tickets must be purchased by March 7.
The delicious, signature baked potato bar catered by Parker's Catering and includes fresh, gigantic Idaho potatoes, lightly rolled in coarse, red sea-salt, and baked to a fluffy perfection with the following toppings: Salt & pepper, butter & sour cream, homemade ranch, chopped onions, diced tomatoes, shredded four-cheese mixture, bacon, jalapeños, Kentucky Legend honey ham, fried cabbage, steamed broccoli florets, sliced Irish-rope sausage, southwest black bean red pepper & corn fiesta blend, Taylor’s homemade guacamole & Pico de Gallo, homemade mild, chunky salsa, pepperonis and Italian sausage crumbles.
Regular admission without dinner is $15 and, if you purchase your ticket in advance, you’ll be guaranteed a seat at a reserved tables. $15 tickets will be available at the door without a seat guarantee.
Molly Ramone was formed in the summer of 2011 after Mark and Joe`s years of playing Celtic and original songs as solo artists, and with various bands. With the addition of Bruce Wallace (Bass) in May of the same year, the core band was created. Their commitment is to strong Celtic and original songs with the emphasis on fun and musical surprise. Hence, stepping over the Celtic edge!
To listen to a sampling of their music, visit https://itunes.apple.com/na/artist/molly-ramone/id513363610.