Murphy’s Irish Pub in Puerto Vallarta hosts St. Patrick’s Day warm-up charity events

Murphy's Irish Pub on the Malecon is hosting two St. Patrick’s Day warm-up events for charity.

Vallarta Celtfest - Saturday, March 11 
It’s a live music celebration on the Malecon, across from Murphy’s and next to El Faro, 3 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Here’s the musical line-up:
3 p.m. - Daniel Oliveros Trio (traditional Celtic instruments)
4 p.m. - Dave Whitty (traditional Irish and Newfoundland Pub Songs
5 p.m.  - La Trez Cuartoz (Celtic rock band)
6 p.m. to 2 a.m.  - Celebration continues in Murphy’s Pub

Celtic . . .

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