Trad Session - Saturdays at 4pm at Nietzsche's

Big Dates in 2017

Great Irish Toast Fundraiser at Bflo Irish Ctr -- Feb 17


Buffalo Irish Festival 2017 -- August 25-27



(email to BufIrish@aol.com)


2250 Niagara Falls Blvd. -- Tonawanda, NY 14150 -- (716) 743-9348 

Stink & Drink First Saturday of the Month from 1pm - 4pm  

Closed our doors June 17th , 2017







Irish Music Sessions (Seisiuns) in Buffalo:

Saturdays from 4pm to 7pm at Nietzsche's

Third Sunday at 6pm at the Buffalo Irish Center

One Sunday per month at the Glen Park Tavern (626-9333)

Saturdays from noon til 3pm at the Irishman in Williamsville

 Innisfree Adult Dancers

We meet on Tuesday evenings at 7:30pm, in the Emerald Room of the Buffalo Irish Center, 245 Abbott Road, Buffalo, NY. The exceptions are the last week of August and the first week of September and mid-December to first week of January. Both set and ceili dances are taught. No partner needed, no special dress---just be comfortable. We have a ton of fun, so "Tar damhsa liom" (come dance with me)

Weekly Dancing Classes!

Tuesdays @ 7:30 p.m., Buffalo Irish Center

Thursdays are at Sharkey's Cafe (near the Larkin Building)

call Joe Brown at 834-9459 for more info.

Celtic Strings

Sponsored by Amhran O'Ciar School of Celtic Music

Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann -- Buffalo Irish Arts Society

The Buffalo Irish Center -- 245 Abbott Road -- Buffalo, NY 14220

Looking for students interested in playing Celtic Music to form a Community Youth Orchestra.

Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Tin Whistle, Flute and others invited and welcomed. Must be able to read music and play at an intermediate level or higher.

Bring your instrument and a music stand! -- For more information please contact:

Donna Kerr (716) 827-0079 -- amhranociar@buffalo.com


Celtic Seisiun at Nietzsche's

Where: 248 Allen St. Buffalo 716-886-8539 -- When: Saturdays from 4-?pm

Enjoy zesty Irish tunes and songs at a venue with a reputation for attracting distinctive musicians and music lovers. This seisiun has attracted a loyal listenership and features County Clare fiddler, Ed Dillon, members of Trefoyle, and the occasional piano accordion break from Bill the Bartender. Regional talent from as far as Pennsylvania, Toronto and the Finger Lakes drop in regularly. Free Guinness round for musicians. Level of playing gravitates from Intermediate to Advanced, but all welcome. Lodging available for out-of-towners given advanced notice.

Contact Us at BufIrish@aol.com