"Celtic Evening, an Irish afternoon", is a special concert to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, held every 17 March, the patron saint of Ireland). A festival internationally known for its color, music, joy and tradition, spread throughout the world. The group Boys of the Hills & friends will offer a monograph of high quality traditional Irish music with themes emblematic of tradition (Celtic music), coupled with the interpretation of Irish dance with the most important exponents in Spain, Fletcher Anderson and Marisa Geradi. This concert will be joined by relevant guest musicians such as Pat Kildbride (singer and guitarist of batlefield Band), and famed violinist Salvador Daza Megher, a young fiddle promise within the fields of traditional Irish and Scottish music with international trajectory. David Mayoral, percussionist of recognized prestige regular collaborator of Sperion XXI by Jordi Savall and other formations of ancient music; Jorge Frías (bassist). Boys of the Hills is a group born in 1997 based in Madrid that has toured the country and different places in Europe promoting and spreading Celtic music, Irish folk; being regular collaborators of important international reference groups such as The Chieftains." Celtic Evening" is a very dynamic concert, rich in beauty and variety, instrumentation and magical atmosphere, ideal for all audiences who want to know the secrets of the emerald island: "Ireland". Musicians Alvaro Carbonell (Celtic harp, banjo, accordion, guitar, vocals)Jesús Carbonell (Uilleann pipe)Alex Torcida (Irish flute)Javier Celada (whistle, bodrhan, others)Salvador Daza (fiddle)Pat Kild (guitar, buzuki, vocals)David Mayoral (percussions) Jorge Frías (double bass)BailarinesFletcher Anderson & Marisa Gerardi FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY FOR PEOPLE IN WHEEL CHAIRThese types of tickets, at the request of the organizer, are not available in the system but can be managed through our telephone sales service on the phone 902 400 222 or from any shopping center with ticket service, from Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 15:00 and from 16:00 to 18:00 non-holiday.