Thanks to a scheduling bobble, the concert turned out to be today instead of this past Wednesday, so we booked it over to The Live Oak over in Fort Worth to catch Gaelic Storm. This is the third time we’ve seen them, though the previous two were at the House of Blues. We got there a little early and had time to get some food from the kitchen. Unfortunately, our first choices were sold out, so we had to pick some other stuff. Heather got a BLT, which she wasn’t too impressed with, and I got a water buffalo burger, which was excellent. They also had a number of great beers on tap, including locals and imports.
After we finished the food we went around back to the music hall part of the venue. It’s small, but not uncomfortably so. We struck up a conversation with the couple behind us in line and ended up sharing a table with them, instead of standing. The show was great, with some of our old favorites, as well as a bunch of stuff from the new album, Chicken Boxer. I picked it up and after the show got it signed by the entire band. It was a great show at a pretty good venue.