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New Stafford-LBI Area Club Ocean County Shillelagh Club Sponsoring Celtic Aire Air Force Band Concert in Berkeley Wednesday


BERKELEY - The Ocean County Friendly Sons of the Shillelagh, a new organization in our area is sponsoring a great night this Wednesday July 19 at 6 p.m.

There will be performances by the Devrin Academy of Irish Dance, the Ocean County Emerald Society PIpes and Drums and by Celtic Aire.  

Celtic Aire is comprised of five Airmen musicians from the U.S. Air Force Band's Singing Sergeants.  In addition to concerts in Washington D.C., and the surrounding area, this ensemble performs at events ofr high-level military and civilian leaders.

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In 2009, they deployed to Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, and Kyrgyzstan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  Using multiple instrument and lush vocal harmonies, they have developed a repertoire of Celtic folk songs, Irish reels and jigs, pub songs and cover versions of pop songs.  

The event will be held at Veterans Park located at 489 Forest Hills Parkway in Bayville, NJ.  The concert is FREE! 

For more information about the event, please visit the Ocean County Friendly Sons of the Shillelagh at (facebook page).  Bring your own chairs and get ready for a great time.

You can check out the USAF band at

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