The Pub Runners have charmed audiences from Northern Michigan to Florida with their fun combination of Irish music, folk music, and sing-alongs. They have performed in all of the Great Lakes states along with Tennessee, Kentucky, Las Vegas, North and South Carolina, New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Canada. Numerous Irish festivals and ethnic pubs have been their homes on the road. Whether performing for an all-Irish crowd, or mixture of Americana, your audience can be assured ALL will have a wonderful experience at a Pub Runner show. Old-time sing-a-longs, funny stories, and ballads that will pull at your heart, all who attend will walk away with a smile on their faces and a lilt to their walk.
About the band
Jerry Belanger began singing as a youngster in and around the Flint and Mt. Morris Michigan area. With a major influence by the Clancy Brothers, it was his family who influenced him the most. The large Flynn Clan nurtured the Irish culture for all of the youngsters and supported their performances, along with, most importantly, Jerry’s parents, Frank and Margaret.
Doug Berkshire has always had an interest in music. He teamed up with Belanger with a keen interest in Irish/Scottish music. Doug taught himself to play the guitar and they started to practice. The rest, as they say, is history. Doug takes great enjoyment in performing the sounds of the Emerald Isle, especially the ballads that tell great historical stories.
Michael Francis began his musical career years ago specializing in French Canadian music. He has a keen interest in Quebec history, and a love of Celtic music which shines through on his fiddle and mandolin.
Ticketing. You will receive an email confirming your transaction shortly after you make your purchase. We will then process the transaction after which you will receive an additional two emails one of which will include your tickets to the event. Please allow one business day to process your transaction. (Purchases on the day of the performance will be processed as soon as possible or at the event.) If you purchase your tickets with a check, we may not process the transaction until we confirm payment. More information on using the BIC Center Ticket Site is available at store.biccenter.org/tickettips
Admission to the Event. For admission to the event, please either (a) save the email with the tickets and bring it with you on a mobile device or (b) print out the ticket document attached to the email and bring it with you.
Safety Requirements. All events at the BIC Center will comply with safety requirements mandated by state and local authorities in effect at the time of the event. Click here for current details. If necessary events may be moved to an outside location, postponed or canceled. Please understand that our first concern is the safety of our guests, performers and staff.
Special Accommodations. The BIC Center Theater is equipped with a T-Coil assistive hearing system. If you use hearing aids that are T-Coil capable, check with your audiologist about activating the that technology to provide hearing assistance in the BIC Center Theater. If not, BIC Center provided headsets may be used with the system. Just ask at the front desk. If you need other accommodations to attend the event, please check with the BIC Center front desk at least 48 hours in advance so that we are able to determine if we will be able to meet your needs. The BIC Center Theater is wheel chair accessible.
Date: June 23, 2023
Start time: 19:30
End time: 22:30
Venue: BIC Center Theater
Coordinates: 45.74730, -85.51932
Directions: Across from the ferry dock...
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