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The Shamrock Tenors at Portico

Portico of Ards, Steel Dickson Avenue, Portaferry, County Down, BT22 1LE
promotional poster of the event, showing the five men on stage singing

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**Please always check Portico's website before attending an event to ensure you are up to date on any Covid restrictions or rescheduling. Refunds are available up to 24 hours before a gig.**

Please note The Shamrock Tenors event originally taking place at Portico on Saturday 13 November 2021 has been rescheduled to Saturday 19 March 2022. All existing tickets remain valid for the new date.


The Shamrock Tenors are Northern Ireland's hottest new export! They deliver the most beloved Irish folk songs with infectious energy, oodles of charm and a whole lot of talent. So grab a drink and warm up your voice as we transport you to an Irish pub, right before your very eyes…
Meet the lads
Formed in 2018, we’re a bunch of lads from the province of Ulster, incredibly proud to represent both sides of the community. We want to showcase everything that we love about “our wee country” through the music we perform and the stories we tell.  Our debut single went to Number 1 on the iTunes World Music Charts this year and we are in the process of recording our first album

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Opening Times

Season (19 Mar 2022)

* 7.30pm

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