Irish Quartet Finvarra’s Wren Coming to the Fenton Community Center

Fenton, MI — February 24, 2023

The City of Fenton Arts and Culture Commission invites the community to attend a Cabin Fever Ceilidh (Kay-Lee) with Irish Quartet Finvarra’s Wren. A Ceilidh is a social event with Scottish or Irish folk music and singing, traditional dancing, or storytelling.

Finvarra’s Wren

The Concert will take place Friday, March 10, 2023, in the main hall of the Fenton Community & Cultural Center from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.

“We are very excited to have Finvarra’s Wren share their musical talents and lead us in
an Irish Celebration in the lead-up to St. Patrick’s Day,” said Eric Szczepanski, Fenton
Arts and Culture Commission board member. “Finvarra’s Wren was originally scheduled
to perform in March 2020, but we had to cancel due to the covid pandemic. We have
been trying to get them back ever since, and the stars (and schedules) have finally

Finvarra’s Wren Credits

According to the group’s website, Finvarra’s Wren is a family band and one of North America’s most exciting Irish quartets. They are from Detroit, Michigan. Proclaimed by the Metro Times as “Making the kind of music you’d only expect to hear on the west coast of Ireland.”

The bands performing credentials include venues such as The Ark, North Texas Irish Festival, Goderich Celtic Festival, The Kennedy Center, and the Irish Embassy in Washington, D.C.

Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever is supported by the City of Fenton Downtown Development Authority and
by a matching grant from the Share Art Genesee grant program. Pizza, snacks, and
soft drinks are provided. Beer and wine for guests 21 years of age and over are provided by Slinging Sisters Event Bartending.

Tickets are $10.00 for adults and $5 for children 12 years and under. Tickets are on
sale right now at Tickets must be purchased online.

About the City of Fenton Arts & Culture Commission

The City of Fenton Arts & Culture Commission (FACC) was established by the Fenton
City Council to support the initiative and promotion of art and culture in the Fenton