We played at the Windmill Festival in Hyannis, NE on Saturday, June 24, 2017. We had a great time! The roast beef dinner that was being served at the Festival was a great meal. Kim Nuss had a bubble machine going during the afternoon. You can almost make them out in the photo. We want to thank all the people from Hyannis who came to the festival and listened to us. We understand that this is the 26th annual Windmill Festival. Such fun.
Irregulars playing at the 2017 Prim Rib Feed during Nebraskaland Days in North Platte, Nebraska. While it was hot and windy we had a great time and enjoyed playing as peopleSavored their sandwiches. Thanks to Kim Click Paul for the picture.
We enjoyed playing at the Regency Music Fest. Thanks to all the people who came to the Festival. We look forward to seeing yo at the Honki Tonk BBQ and the Heritage Festival on Saturday, June 10th. We are also playing for the Prime Rib Feed in Downtown on June 20th. David is behind Shirley and both Maggi and Stu were not able to join the band for this gig. We are the Irregulars! Thanks to Kim Nuss (AKA Tragic Martha) for the picture!
We will be playing at the Memorial Day Weekend Music Fest on Saturday, May 27th. The event is being held at Regency Retirement Community, 700 W Philip Ave from 4:30 – 9:30 pm. We will be playing beginning at 4:30 pm. We hope you will come join us.
We will be playing at the Earth Day event on April 22nd. The event is being held at Regency Retirement Community, 700 W Philip Ave from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm. We hope you will come join us.
The Flat Rock Irregulars wish each of you a very Happy St. Patrick’s Day. We will be making music all day and look forward to seeing you at one of our gigs.
As an Irish band we look forward to St Patrick’s day every year. It has been a great week. Parade and gig at the Espresso Shop last Saturday, gig at the Opportunity Center last night and today at the Senior Center, Centennial Park and the Rotary St Patrick’s Day Party. “Glory be, what a day.”
We hope you have a glorious day.
The Irregulars played at Cody Park today. It was about 25 degrees and we decided it was to cold for our stringed instruments. Stu brought percussion instruments. This was our first time playing with all percussion. It was cold and we had fun.
We saw Santa and a Snow girl. The children had fun parading through the park with Santa even though it was cold. The park had hot chocolate, cookies and prizes for all the children who attended the event.
Something enjoyable about singing Christmas carols on a cold Sunday afternoon. Thanks for inviting us to play.
Don, Maggi, Stu and Ed (L to R) playing at the Lincoln County Historical Museum for the “Old Fashioned Corn Feed.” We had a great time and the corn and pulled pork was wonderful. Thanks to all those who came to the Museum and joined us. Thanks to Bill McGahan for the pictures.
Playing at our monthly gig at Centennial. Pictured from left to right Gary, Stu, Don and Ed. We enjoy playing at Centennial. Thanks for the picture David.