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St Paddyʻs Day 2024

March 17 @ 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

$25 – $35
Mulligans St paddys Day 2024

St Paddy’s Day 2024 with Rowdy Love, Doolin Rakes, Surfer Gaels and Piping by Roger McKinley

Call 808.874.1131 for tickets

Doors open at 11am – $25 Advance – $30 Door

Drink Specials – Corned Beef & Cabbage – Shepards Pie Fish & Chips – Bangers & Mash – Vegan Bangers


Surfer Gaels from Noon to 3PM

Doolin Rakes from 4:00 – 7:00PM

Rowdy Love from 8:00 – 10:00PM

Piper Roger McKinley will be piping at 11:30am, 3:30pm  and 7:30pm

ROWDY LOVE: Aaron Jernigan and Stina Lynn are wild souls who met on a little farm in Haiku, Hawai’i over a decade ago. On that first meeting, they wailed away on their guitars singing covers that they both knew by Mississippi John Hurt, Johnny Cash, John Prine, and Gillian Welch. Seeing as they both had the same taste in music they decided to start singing tunes together at parties and potlucks. A few years later they ventured out into another realm of genius and wrote their first song together. Sitting at a kitchen table with a bottle of wine, whiskey, strawberries, and a bowl of cigarettes, they had their firstborn song and named it Rowdy Love. It was a hit, and alas Rowdy Love duo was birthed into this world! Joined by their amazing band, Jonas, Paul and Clint, the music will take you on a sonic journey through Americana, Ska, Rock-A-Billy and with a punk edge.

Doolin Rakes is an electric Irish pub-rock band from Honolulu, formed in the early 2000’s. No one remembers the exact date of that first performance, but all agree that it was for a besotted carpenter’s barefoot wedding. And all remember having so much fun that it was decided over post-performance refreshments that it made sense to keep at it.

In the 20 years since, Doolin Rakes has become one of Hawaii’s premier rock bands, Irish or otherwise. The Na Hoku Award-nominated band (Best Rock Album, Irishman in Paradise) became the headliner for the (pre-Covid) Murphy’s Saint Patrick’s Day Block Party for more than a decade, delighting 15-20,000 revelers each year with their high-energy sound. Doolin Rakes held court for 15 years at as the Saturday “house band” at O’Toole’s Irish Pub (now Black Shamrock Tavern) on Honolulu’s “Irish Corner” and has performed more than 2500 gigs and concerts at venues all over Oahu (as well as a weeklong residency at RiRa Irish Pub in the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas).

Guitarist Jamie Winpenny, bassist Geoffrey Red, drummer (and tin-whistler) Steven Howells, and the incomparable fiddle player Lisa Gomes share many decades of professional performance experience between them. Doolin Rakes bring their irresistible enthusiasm and unique approach to traditional and original Irish-inspired music to the stage every time they play. It is always a celebration, the Irish way.

Surfer Gaels – Formed in 2022 by Lisa Gomes whose goal was to bring alive the Irish and Scottish traditional sound and energy to a new generation here in Hawaii. “Our goal is not only to preserve and advance Celtic culture and traditional music, but to generate the craic for our audiences. We do this by combining trad with new, including original compositions, songs in Gaelic and music fit for step-dancing.”

Lisa Gomes – fiddle, mandolin, vocals – is the co-founder of Irish Hearts, the first “trad” Irish band of Oahu in 1995, Lisa has traveled to and studied fiddle in Ireland, and performed at festivals there, throughout Europe, Canada, and the U.S. She is currently a proud member of Doolin Rakes, Oahu’s premiere Irish rock band as well as The Celtic Pipies and Drums of Hawaii and Hawaii Irish Dance. She also is a student of Kevin Burke (Irish fiddle).

Joe Guilfoyle – guitar and vocals – born into a musical family in central New Jersey, Joe was surrounded by Irish music from a young age by his accordion-playing father. He began his musical training with classical piano, but it wasn’t until the age of 20 that he picked up a guitar and immersed himself in the vibrant east-coast Celtic music scene. Now a resident of Honolulu, Joe is excited to bring his guitar and musicianship to Hawaii.

Nicole Wilder – vocals, step-dancing, and spoons – has more than 25 years experience as an Irish dancer. She grew up performing in Virginia and Maryland, and has danced in shows, festivals, and pubs throughout Hawaii and across Japan. She has been singing at sessions and pub nights for years, and on stage with the Surfer Gaels since 2022.

Marty Guilfoyle – accordion and vocals – born and raised in Brooklyn, NY to Irish immigrants parents, “who immersed me in Irish music culture from the start. I was a founding member of several bands which were of some acclaim in the NY and Philadelphia regions. I have been on several albums and I continue to run sessions in the Northeast corridor.”

GUEST – Steve Howells – penny whistle, drums and percussion – born in Wales and raised in South Africa, Steve has been an amazing contribution to the music scene in Hawaii for many years. He is currently the drummer/perciussionist for Doolin Rakes and The Steve Ingles Project.



March 17
11:00 am - 10:00 pm
$25 – $35
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