St. Patrick's Day Extravaganza

This event will be in Parts & Labor

St. Patrick's Day Extravaganza

Fri Mar 17

3:00 pm


This event is all ages

St. Patrick's Day Extravaganza
St. Patrick's Day Extravaganza
Motorco, home to so many fantastic holiday events including Oktoberfest, Mardi Gras, Halloween & New Year’s Eve is excited to present its first St. Patricks Day event!

Live music will be provided by Big Fat Clover (hint-Big Fat Gap) for two shows - one during the afternoon and one during the evening.

An Irish menu will be provided by Parts & Labor & Guinness will be flowing freely in the bars.

Music & Fun is all Free so please join us for part of the day or all of the day.

Doors Open: 11:30am
Live Music: 3-5pm & 8-10pm

Tell Everyone You're Coming!
Big Fat Gap
Big Fat Gap
Big Fat Gap is a back porch bluegrass band that has no plans to take Nashville by storm. Some of them even have day jobs. They just like to pick, they like each other, and it shows in their performances, which are known to be excellent for those who enjoy sweet three-part harmonies, smoking solos, and captivating stage dynamics. They are: Miles Andrews on lead vocals and bass, Jon Hill on mandolin and vocals, Chris Roszell on banjo, Bobby Britt and John Garris on fiddles, and Jamie Griggs on guitar.

Over the past few years, Big Fat Gap has welcomed the increasing support of many fans, musicians, friends, and family in North Carolina, Colorado, and all along the East Coast. They have enjoyed many guest musical appearances by friends including mandolin legend Tony Williamson; musical virtuoso Rex McGee; Chatham County Line and Kickin' Grass from Raleigh; and the Steep Canyon Rangers. Big Fat Gap has appeared in festivals such as Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival in New York, Roosterwalk and Elysian Fields in Virginia, and is a fixture at Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival. You can also find Big Fat Gap performing at venues throughout North Carolina: in Chapel Hill and Carrboro at the Cat's Cradle, the Cave, the Speakeasy @ Tyler's Taproom, the Carolina Inn's Fridays on the Front Porch; at the Bynum's General Store; in Raleigh at the Pour House; the Town Pump in Black Mountain; and every Tuesday night at the Armadillo Grill in Carrboro.

They got their name from one of the few remaining stands of old growth virgin forest in western North Carolina, located in the Big Fat Gap in Graham County near the Tennessee border.