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Dance on the tables for St. Patrick's Day

Dance on the tables for St. Patrick's Day

Published at 3:31pm 13th March 2019.

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One Skipton bar with a difference is gearing up for St. Patrick's Day with their typically music-centred celebration.

  • The Sound Bar in Skipton will have live music and Irish-themed decorations for St. Patrick's Day on Sunday
  • They are also holding Hospitality Nights for those who work in the hospitality industry
  • The bar can be found on Swadford Street in Skipton and also acts as a shop, selling vinyls and CDs, with customers often dancing on the tables!

The Sound Bar in Skipton are celebrating St. Patrick's Day in style as they hold a number of themed activities for the Irish public holiday.

They are welcoming band Howlin' Johnny and the Devil's Rejects for a live performance on Sunday 17th March, as well as Irish dancers, and plan to decorate the bar with shamrocks and leprechauns

With a large collection of records on sale and a number of craft ales and beers available, the bar attracts music lovers from afar - and it's not unusual to find people dancing on the tables!

Live music at the Sound Bar, Skipton
The Sound Bar have live music every Sunday and often book local artists - check their social media to find out who will be performing!

Hospitality Nights at the Sound Bar 

The Sound Bar are also pleased to offer Hospitality Nights designed to give those who work in the industry somewhere to go to let their hair down.

Often working Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, those who work in hospitality can be left without a place to go on their days off - but the Sound Bar are opening later on Sunday and Monday nights to fill that gap in the market.

You can find the Sound Bar on Swadford Street in Skipton, or contact them at skiptonsoundbar@yahoo.com.

Ben Groom from Stray FM's Food & Drink show went along to the Sound Bar to find out more:

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