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Beautiful views and music await at Fitzpatrick

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TEMPEST is playing high energy music at Fitzpatrick Winery and Lodge on Saturday. Courtesy photo

From page B7 | June 22, 2012 |

Join Fitzpatrick Winery and Lodge for the 18th annual Tempest concert.

There is no more intimate venue to enjoy the high energy of Tempest’s Celtic rock style than on the deck at Fitzpatrick. If you’ve been there over the past 17 years, you know and if not you must come join the fun Saturday, June 23 starting at 6 p.m.

Tickets are available by calling 530-620-3248 and are limited to 100. Reservations are required and drop ins can be accommodated.

Tempest delivers a globally-renowned hybrid of folk rock fusing Irish reels, Scottish ballads, Norwegian influences and other world music elements.

The best place to experience this is with the amazing vista from the deck at Fitzpatrick Winery and Lodge.

Make sure to bring your dancing shoes, because the rhythms of this evening will get you off your feet.

This year’s 18th annual concert tickets are $15 with the special pub menu and drinks a la carte. The pub menu will be available all evening and drinks include Fitzpatrick wines by the bottle or the glass, an assortment of beers including real draught Guinness on tap as well as soft drinks.

Fitzpatrick Winery and Lodge is located at 7740 Fairplay Road in Somerset.

Tickets can be ordered by calling 530-620-3248.



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