Four Oaks Festival is cancelled for this Sat and rescheduled for Oct 24th.
This will make it easier to arrive with a healthy appetite and lots of energy for the other downtown Mocksville event this Saturday – The American Rogues and the second annual Chowder Fest from 3-10 pm at O’Callahan’s Publick House Irish Pub and Eatery.
Mouth-watering chowder and electrifying music
Enjoy four different delicious chowders for $3 a bowl while you clap your hands and stomp your feet to the high-energy, Celtic stylings of the American Rogues. This event benefits Backpack Buddies, a program that provides weekend food for students who receive free or reduced-priced school lunches.
Clap and Stomp to the High-Energy, Celtic Stylings of the American Rogues
For years this American/Canadian group has electrified audiences on three continents while performing at music festivals, theaters, Highland Games, military bases, renaissance festivals, clubs, pubs, and corporate events.
The Rogues have also enjoyed airplay on TV and radio and shows at non-Celtic venues such as the World Music Festival in Quebec, Canada where they kicked off the 6 day event to widespread acclaim in 2015. Their hard won road successes have established them as artists with bona fide international acclaim. Renowned for their musical skill, quick wit, compelling storytelling, and engaging stage show the American Rogues have mastered the art of creating an immediate connection with audiences who can’t stay in their seats! Equally known for their unique, multi-instrumental sound that crosses the musical landscape to include jigs/reels, originals, covers, traditional music, soundtracks, patriotic and military music, Irish foot-stompers and more the American Rogues are loved by young and old of all backgrounds.
The American Rogues have conducted tours of Japan, Guam, Italy, and Spain, as well as played at the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo (billed as the largest annual indoor event in the world), Constitution Hall in Washington, National Tartan Day in New York City, Pebble Beach Golf Club, the Baltimore Golf & Country Club, the 150th Antigonish Highland Games, the Ohio Celtic Festival, the New Hampshire Highland Games, etc. They even kicked off the Maryland Music Awards.
The American Rogues are also committed to supporting the American military. The American Rogue family includes former members of the Army, the Marines, the Air Force, the Military Police, and the Navy. They have raised thousands of dollars for individual veterans, the National Navy SEAL Museum, the U.S. Air Force Aid Society, Wounded Warrior, and Operation Ward 57, the amputee ward at Walter Reed National Medical Center.
The Chowder Fest will be held in O’Callahan’s back parking lot, and will also feature the Budweiser beer girls and drink specials. .
O’Callahan’s Publik House is located at 115 North Main Street in Mocksville. For more information, call O’Callahan’s at 336-753-0011, or visit them at OCallahansNC.com