Award-winning Irish band and dancers to perform at WSU

PULLMAN – Irish band An Dóchas and the Haran Irish Dancers will lift spirits and move feet at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 20, with Celtic music and world-championship step dancing.
The Haran Irish Dancers, known for their fast-paced, hard-shoe dancing, will accompany An Dóchas, the band awarded the 2006 Celtic Instrumental Album of the Year, for a performance that mixes traditional and new-age Irish culture.
Tickets cost $14-$28 and are sold at the Beasley Coliseum box office, Festival Dance and TicketsWest outlets. WSU students get in free with ID.
The event is supported by Festival Dance and Performing Arts Association.

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