The Absurdist Pipe Band in Waterford, Ireland

The Absurdist Pipe Band are delighted to be returning to Waterford, Ireland.

As part of their “In These Shoes? I Don’t Think So.” Irish Bank Holiday Tour once again be bringing their entertaining mixture of street music, silly costumes and general tomfoolery to The Waterford Spraoi, Waterford and Ireland’s international street arts festival, on Friday 29th July 2022.

Catch us doing walkabout performance starting at John Roberts Square at 3.30pm, 4.30pm & 5.30pm.

The Absurdist Pipe Band play at Birr Vintage Festival, Ireland

Fleadh Drogheda

The Absurdist Pipe Band are thrilled to be returning to Birr, County Offaly, Ireland.

As part of their “In These Shoes? I Don’t Think So.” Irish Bank Holiday Tour they will be bringing their entertaining mixture of street music, silly costumes and general tomfoolery to The Birr Vintage and Arts Festival on Saturday 30th July and Sunday 31st July.

Catch us at The Festival Market, The Arts Hub @ The Old Courthouse Yard and all over town for the afternoon.

The Absurdist Pipe Band play at Birr Vintage Festival, Ireland

Fleadh Drogheda

The Absurdist Pipe Band are thrilled to be returning to Birr, County Offaly, Ireland.

As part of their “In These Shoes? I Don’t Think So.” Irish Bank Holiday Tour they will be bringing their entertaining mixture of street music, silly costumes and general tomfoolery to The Birr Vintage and Arts Festival on Saturday 30th July and Sunday 31st July.

Catch us at 3pm in the Vintage Sunday Parade

The Absurdist Pipe Band in Drogheda, Ireland

The Absurdist Pipe Band will be bringing their entertaining mixture of street music, silly costumes and general tomfoolery the All Ireland Fleadh for the first time. The Fleadh is in Drogheda this year, Blotto’s home town, and we will be playing at the Ceili Picnic in Duke Street.

The Absurdist Pipe Band in Drogheda, Ireland

The Absurdist Pipe Band will be bringing their entertaining mixture of street music, silly costumes and general tomfoolery the All Ireland Fleadh for the first time. The Fleadh is in Drogheda this year, Blotto’s home town, and we will be playing at the Ceili Picnic in Duke Street.

The Absurdist Pipe Band in Drogheda, Ireland

The Absurdist Pipe Band will be bringing their entertaining mixture of street music, silly costumes and general tomfoolery the All Ireland Fleadh for the first time. The Fleadh is in Drogheda this year, Blotto’s home town, and we will be playing at the Ceili Picnic in Duke Street.

The Absurdist Pipe Band in Birr, Ireland

chookThe Absurdist Pipe Band will be bringing their entertaining mixture of street music, silly costumes and general tomfoolery to Ireland again. Our wee tour will continue in Birr, County Offaly on Sunday 31st July. We will be playing on the streets as part of Birr Vintage Festival.

The Absurdist Pipe Band in Waterford, Ireland

chookThe Absurdist Pipe Band will be bringing their entertaining mixture of street music, silly costumes and general tomfoolery to Ireland again. Our wee tour will start in Waterford, County Waterford on Saturday 30th July. We will be playing on the streets as part of Waterford Spraoi, Waterford and Ireland’s international street arts festival.

The Absurdist Pipe Band in Armagh, N. Ireland

chookThe Absurdist Pipe Band will be bringing their entertaining mixture of street music, silly costumes and general tomfoolery to Ireland for the first time. Our wee tour will start in Armagh, Northern Ireland on Friday 1st August at 12pm where we will be playing at Picnic Teaghlaigh, an Irish language picnic organised by Cairde Teo in the wonderful Navan Fort.

The Absurdist Pipe Band at the Queen’s Baton Relay Celebrations, Milngavie

chookThe Absurdist Pipe Band will be bringing their entertaining mixture of street music, silly costumes and general tomfoolery to the Commonwealth Games’ Queen’s Baton Relay celebrations in Milngavie on the afternoon of Saturday 19th July 2014.

The baton will be travelling throughout East Dumbartonshire and Milngavie will be having a day of fun and celebration after the baton’s visit.