The Indians turn Limerick venue into their own wigwam

Donal O'Regan

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Donal O'Regan

The Indians turn Limerick venue into their own wigwam

Enjoy a night of nostalgia with The Indians in Caherconlish on Saturday, November 26

HAVING only played the Millennium Centre in Caherconlish in August, The Indians are back by popular demand on Saturday, November 26.

They will help recreate some of the magic of the dancehall days by returning to play another very special date in memory of the glory days of the Oyster Ballroom in Dromkeen.

They made many appearances at the former ballroom that was destroyed by a fire last year.

“We played the Millennium Centre back in August and the reaction was huge so we’re coming back in response to the demand,” band leader Eamonn Keane told the Leader.

Songs such as Indian Reservation, The Wig Wam Wiggle and Squaws along the Yukon have made Eamonn Keane and The Indians a household name going back to the Seventies.

The colourful band present a vibrant, exciting stage show with a strong emphasis on entertainment.

The Indians are enjoying great success with their current album From The Beginning – a celebration of all their music since 1971 and band leader Eamonn Keane is really looking forward to coming back to east Limerick for this special date in Caherconlish.

“The buzz in August was just like the big dancing gigs in the Oyster back in the Sixties with an electric atmosphere and the dance floor packed all night,” he said.

Tickets for the night not to be missed in the Millennium Centre are available from the state-of-the-art venue or by contacting 087 6123334.