play Villa Rose Hotel, Ballybofey on Friday 26th October 2018.
Tickets on Sale from Villa Rose Hotel, www.ticketmaster.ie or from 01/09/18.
Legendary balladeers, The Wolfe Tones, have entered an unprecedented 55 years on the road. Starting off in Dublin in 1963, the group continue to tour and pack venues across the World.
Emerging from the ballad boom of the early 1960’s, The Wolfe Tones started out on a career which has taken them to the heights of not just Irish, but international entertainment. They’ve received numerous international honours, including the freedom of both New York and Los Angeles, as well as the City of Philadelphia’s greatest honour, The Liberty Bell. After 55 years on the road, the performance of arguably Ireland’s greatest ballad singer, Tommy Byrne, will once again be a memorable experience - Joe McDonnell, Kevin Barry, The Ballad of James Connolly, Grace, Streets of New York, as well as many other ballads, will provide a not to be missed Wolfe Tones experience.
The Wolfe Tones have in their ranks arguably Ireland’s most prolific song writer and composer of his generation, Brian Warfield. Brian has written songs that have become standards with Irish groups across the World, his ballads are sung from concerts to sports stadiums across the globe. From Celtic Symphony to Rock On Rockall, Let The People Sing to Ireland Unfree, these songs will be showcased as part of the upcoming show at The Villa Rose Hotel Ballyboffey on Friday 26th October 2018.
The Wolfe Tones are iconic, they have been the soundtrack to generations of Irish across the World for the last 55 years. Their journey continues, Brian Warfield, Noel Nagle and Tommy Byrne make up The Wolfe Tones, and they remain a ‘must see’ Irish group. One thing is for sure, The Wolfe Tones will once again make the rafters ring in their own inimitable style. Wolfe Tones’ shows sell out, as always, early booking is advised to experience a night to remember in the company of true legends of Irish music.
Villa Rose Hotel & Spa, Main St, Ballybofey, Co Donegal