Ume, True Widow, Ishi and Here Holy Spain Join Toadies on St. Patrick's Day Concert Bill

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A few weeks back, you surely recall, we passed along word that the Toadies would serve as the headline performers at this year's annual, Observer-hosted St. Patrick's Day concert, which, this year, will take place at the Energy Square Parking Lot on Greenville on Saturday, March 12.

Now we can pass along the news of the full lineup, which adds even more meat onto this bone.

Sharing the bill with the Toadies at this show are Austin-based progressive alt-rock trio Ume, Dallas dance favorites Ishi, Dallas' self-proclaimed "stonegaze" trio True Widow and local punk favorites Here Holy Spain.

To purchase your $12 tickets to the affair, click here. And, after the jump, check out the set times and order of performances at this show.


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