Post: 01 January 2011 in Irish Rover
The Celtic Cellar Irish Rover Hamburg
Come and visit the Irish Castle in Hamburg, relax in cosy surroundings and have a pint or two...

The Celtic Cellar is now the home of all of our live music. We will be holding wine tastings and whiskey tastings, screening sports events and hosting your private parties.... there is even a possibility to play darts (if you tell us in advance and if there are no other events happening at the time).

Every Friday and Saturday Night around 9pm from September to April, there is live music in the Celtic Cellar. Familiar faces, musicians, some of which have been playing with us since we first came to Hamburg will be on hand to entertain you with their songs and music. There will be some new faces appearing too... so keep your eye on our events page to see just what we have in store for you.....

Musicians in the Celtic Cellar, The Irish Rover, Hamburg

Every Sunday at 7pm, we have traditional Irish Music Sessions of which The Irish Rover is very proud. This session started off many years ago in Große Reichenstraße. with around 5 musicians, sitting around the table on a Sunday evening playing tunes and it has steadily grown in size and reputation since then. An incredibly important part of who we are, the session takes place all year round and it is well worth a visit!

The Celtic Cellar can be booked for your party..from soup and sandwiches to three course meals, with live music, private quiz, or without. Tell us what you need for your party and we will do our best to accommodate you..Enquire now

Live Music Party in the Irish Rover Hamburg

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