Category Archives: Upcoming Green Willow Concerts

Currently scheduled Green Willow concerts

Green Willow & The Grand present: Socks In The Frying Pan (2/7/2018)

Socks In The Frying Pan
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 – 8:00 pm

Grand Opera House – “the baby grand”
818 North Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware

Green Willow patrons can obtain a $5 discount for this show by using the code WILLOW when ordering tickets either by phone only.

For full information on this concert and to order tickets, visit the Grand’s page.

Irish Music Magazine says “their sound flows in magnetic, energetic waves and so does their banter on stage.” This multi-award winning young trio hails from County Clare in the west of Ireland, a long-established center for sensational Irish music. Blending intricate vocal harmonies, dynamic music ability, and a witty stage presence, Aodán Coyne (guitar) and the Hayes brothers Shane (accordion) and Fiachra (fiddle, banjo) have captivated audiences in Ireland and now the U.S. The worldwide “Sock Invasion” continues in force!

Visit the band’s Facebook page

Green Willow & The Grand present: Red Hot Chilli Pipers (3/16/2018)

Red Hot Chilli Pipers
Friday, March 16, 2018 – 8:00 pm

Grand Opera House – Copeland Hall
818 North Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware

Green Willow patrons can obtain a $5 discount for this show by using the code WILLOW when ordering tickets either by phone only.

For full information on this concert and to order tickets, visit the Grand’s page.

A sensation in their first appearance with The Grand in 2016, the most famous bagpipe band on the planet is back with the wailing pipes, screaming guitars, and driving percussion that has made them popular at home and abroad. Twice honored as the Best Live Act in Scotland, this is not your Grandpa Angus’ pipe band. The Pipers perform the latest hits and pop music classics like you’ve never heard them and can’t even imagine on bagpipes: Journey, Queen, Gangnam Style, the Titanic theme. The Scotsman praises the Pipers’ “awesome force of unapologetically populist Celtic showbiz.”

Visit the band’s website