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This Machine Still Kills Fascists
$14.98
This Machine Still Kills Fascists
$22.96
Singles Collection
$23.99
11 Short Stories of Pain & Glory
$14.00
The Meanest Of Times
$28.99
Sing Loud Sing Proud
$23.98
Do or Die
$21.56
Singles Collection, Vol. 2
$11.48
Warriors Code
$13.39
The Gang's All Here
$12.87
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Dropkick Murphys's tour

Live Photos of Dropkick Murphys

Dropkick Murphys at Live Stream in MGM Music Hall at Fenway 2024
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Latest Post

Dropkick Murphys
5 months ago
We're less than 2 weeks from the start of our St. Patrick's Day Tour with Pennywise and The Scratch. Get your tickets at https://DropkickMurphys.com/tour

Fan Reviews

Tristan
March 12th 2024
The show was great and DKM did not disappoint! Getting into and out of MJN Convention Center was smooth and security was thorough. Never waited more than a minute for the bathroom (the women's room was also great per my wife). I would say the biggest complaint would be the MASSIVELY LONG lines at every bar (20 minutes for a beer?) for the entire show. Also, the acoustics of MJN are pretty horrible but I was on the floor and so close to the stage it didn't really matter. Had we been further away in the GA seats it would have been more noticeable.
Poughkeepsie, NY@
MJN Convention Center
Ted
February 19th 2024
Decent venue at the Moda Center...with good, but not great acoustics. Suuuuuuuuper expensive and average tasting beer...best to get your pre-funk on at a local bar beforehand. DMK brought some solid energy to the arena that was felt instantly and carried through the entire set. Bassist and lead singer, Ken Casey, did a great job interacting with fans. I will say, the loss of DMK lead singer, Al Barr, had quite an impact, however. Al provides extra depth and texture to the band that I have grown to appreciate.
Portland, OR@
Theater Of The Clouds
Charles
October 23rd 2023
This was my first time attending an event at this venue. For starters, there was street parking less than 100 yards from the entrance, and it was free, not that $10.00 for preferred parking is expensive by any means, but some people like to have options, and the way it appeared there was a lot of street parking with a short walk distance (+1). Secondly, entrance to venue was relatively quick even with scan machines and handheld wand detectors. the opening door was a little late, seemed like security was not fully prepared for the crowd. (neutral). The merch area was decent and if you got there early you could move quickly through the line, having a beer vendor in close proximity will be an added bonus for some concert goers, (+1). There were plenty of food and refreshment vendors from one end to the other, prices were average concert, food was meh at best, also, not all the food vendors were open so a wider choice of food options might have increased the ratings, (+.5). Next, the bathrooms were easily accessible, and lines moved pretty quickly, although one of the men's restrooms was blocked off and I had to walk out of the way for other amenities. Staff there were not very polite or helpful, they were quick with short answers and appeared a little assertive. (-2.5). No smoking policy is non forgiving and there are no ins and outs, each time you must buy another ticket, no designated area for those who smoke. I smoke cigars so that is not an issue as I am paying for a show, not a Cigar lounge, but those of you who smoke anything else are trapped inside. (-2). Sound system and acoustics left something to be desired. There were three bands, and all did amazing. given the other review points listed I personally would not recommend this venue, but the bands I would absolutely see again. Sorry BMO you are not for me.
Rockford, IL@
BMO Center
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About Dropkick Murphys

After 26 years, Boston’s Dropkick Murphys put down their pencils, picked up their acoustic guitars, and wrote an album of songs around some previously unseen Woody Guthrie lyrics. The power of Woody’s words meets the urgency of Dropkick Murphys' music on This Machine Still Kills Fascists (out September 30 via the band's own Dummy Luck Music / [PIAS]). Dropkick Murphys break new ground visiting old territory: bringing Woody Guthrie’s perennial jabs at life into the time of their lives – turning missives from over half a century ago into something eerily relevant to today’s world. Or perhaps simply revealing the timeless essence of the human struggle.

When Dropkick Murphys formed in a barbershop basement in 1996, the goal wasn't to turn the infield at Fenway Park into a concert stage, or to turn a forgotten scrap of a Woody Guthrie lyric into an anthem ("I'm Shipping Up To Boston") that would echo from Martin Scorsese's Oscar-winning The Departed to sports arenas and championship parades. The goal wasn't to become punk rock icons or emblems of working class Boston. The goal certainly wasn't to still be going strong a quarter-century later. The goal was simply to win a bet.

After nearly a dozen studio albums, millions of records sold, thousands of shows before packed houses around the globe, thousands of dollars raised by the band's charity The Claddagh Fund, and a few rounds of golf with the legendary Bobby Orr, it's safe to say that Dropkick Murphys won the bet. Their celebrated discography includes four consecutive Billboard top 10 album debuts – Turn Up That Dial (2021), 11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory (2017), Signed and Sealed in Blood (2013), Going Out In Style (2011) – along with 2005’s gold-selling The Warrior’s Code featuring the near double platinum classic “I’m Shipping Up To Boston.”

This Machine Still Kills Fascists continues a journey with Woody Guthrie that began nearly two decades ago with "Gonna Be A Blackout Tonight" (from 2003's Blackout) and "I'm Shipping Up To Boston." For those two songs, Dropkick Murphys pulled Guthrie’s lyrics into their musical world, giving them the DKM treatment through and through. For this album – created from a larger body of mostly unpublished works, curated for the band by Woody's daughter Nora Guthrie – they knew they needed to enter Woody’s musical world, an altogether new challenge for a band whose raw power had relied on searing electric guitars up until this point. Not a tribute album or a collection of covers, This Machine Still Kills Fascists is a collaboration between Dropkick Murphys and Woody Guthrie – artists separated by time and space, but connected by a common philosophy – to create something entirely new.
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Genres:
Celtic Folk, Celtic Punk, Punk, Alt Rock, Alternative, Folk-rock, Punk Rock, Rock
Band Members:
Al Barr, Jeff DaRosa, James Lynch, Ken Casey, Tim Brennan, Matt Kelly
Hometown:
Boston, Massachusetts

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Dropkick Murphys to play in your city
Request a Show

concerts and tour dates

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Past

Live Photos of Dropkick Murphys

Dropkick Murphys at Live Stream in MGM Music Hall at Fenway 2024
View All Photos

Latest Post

Dropkick Murphys
5 months ago
We're less than 2 weeks from the start of our St. Patrick's Day Tour with Pennywise and The Scratch. Get your tickets at https://DropkickMurphys.com/tour

Dropkick Murphys merch
amazonview store

This Machine Still Kills Fascists
$14.98
This Machine Still Kills Fascists
$22.96
Singles Collection
$23.99
11 Short Stories of Pain & Glory
$14.00
The Meanest Of Times
$28.99
Sing Loud Sing Proud
$23.98
Do or Die
$21.56
Singles Collection, Vol. 2
$11.48
Warriors Code
$13.39
The Gang's All Here
$12.87
View All
Dropkick Murphys's tour

Fan Reviews

Tristan
March 12th 2024
The show was great and DKM did not disappoint! Getting into and out of MJN Convention Center was smooth and security was thorough. Never waited more than a minute for the bathroom (the women's room was also great per my wife). I would say the biggest complaint would be the MASSIVELY LONG lines at every bar (20 minutes for a beer?) for the entire show. Also, the acoustics of MJN are pretty horrible but I was on the floor and so close to the stage it didn't really matter. Had we been further away in the GA seats it would have been more noticeable.
Poughkeepsie, NY@
MJN Convention Center
Ted
February 19th 2024
Decent venue at the Moda Center...with good, but not great acoustics. Suuuuuuuuper expensive and average tasting beer...best to get your pre-funk on at a local bar beforehand. DMK brought some solid energy to the arena that was felt instantly and carried through the entire set. Bassist and lead singer, Ken Casey, did a great job interacting with fans. I will say, the loss of DMK lead singer, Al Barr, had quite an impact, however. Al provides extra depth and texture to the band that I have grown to appreciate.
Portland, OR@
Theater Of The Clouds
Charles
October 23rd 2023
This was my first time attending an event at this venue. For starters, there was street parking less than 100 yards from the entrance, and it was free, not that $10.00 for preferred parking is expensive by any means, but some people like to have options, and the way it appeared there was a lot of street parking with a short walk distance (+1). Secondly, entrance to venue was relatively quick even with scan machines and handheld wand detectors. the opening door was a little late, seemed like security was not fully prepared for the crowd. (neutral). The merch area was decent and if you got there early you could move quickly through the line, having a beer vendor in close proximity will be an added bonus for some concert goers, (+1). There were plenty of food and refreshment vendors from one end to the other, prices were average concert, food was meh at best, also, not all the food vendors were open so a wider choice of food options might have increased the ratings, (+.5). Next, the bathrooms were easily accessible, and lines moved pretty quickly, although one of the men's restrooms was blocked off and I had to walk out of the way for other amenities. Staff there were not very polite or helpful, they were quick with short answers and appeared a little assertive. (-2.5). No smoking policy is non forgiving and there are no ins and outs, each time you must buy another ticket, no designated area for those who smoke. I smoke cigars so that is not an issue as I am paying for a show, not a Cigar lounge, but those of you who smoke anything else are trapped inside. (-2). Sound system and acoustics left something to be desired. There were three bands, and all did amazing. given the other review points listed I personally would not recommend this venue, but the bands I would absolutely see again. Sorry BMO you are not for me.
Rockford, IL@
BMO Center
View More Fan Reviews

About Dropkick Murphys

After 26 years, Boston’s Dropkick Murphys put down their pencils, picked up their acoustic guitars, and wrote an album of songs around some previously unseen Woody Guthrie lyrics. The power of Woody’s words meets the urgency of Dropkick Murphys' music on This Machine Still Kills Fascists (out September 30 via the band's own Dummy Luck Music / [PIAS]). Dropkick Murphys break new ground visiting old territory: bringing Woody Guthrie’s perennial jabs at life into the time of their lives – turning missives from over half a century ago into something eerily relevant to today’s world. Or perhaps simply revealing the timeless essence of the human struggle.

When Dropkick Murphys formed in a barbershop basement in 1996, the goal wasn't to turn the infield at Fenway Park into a concert stage, or to turn a forgotten scrap of a Woody Guthrie lyric into an anthem ("I'm Shipping Up To Boston") that would echo from Martin Scorsese's Oscar-winning The Departed to sports arenas and championship parades. The goal wasn't to become punk rock icons or emblems of working class Boston. The goal certainly wasn't to still be going strong a quarter-century later. The goal was simply to win a bet.

After nearly a dozen studio albums, millions of records sold, thousands of shows before packed houses around the globe, thousands of dollars raised by the band's charity The Claddagh Fund, and a few rounds of golf with the legendary Bobby Orr, it's safe to say that Dropkick Murphys won the bet. Their celebrated discography includes four consecutive Billboard top 10 album debuts – Turn Up That Dial (2021), 11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory (2017), Signed and Sealed in Blood (2013), Going Out In Style (2011) – along with 2005’s gold-selling The Warrior’s Code featuring the near double platinum classic “I’m Shipping Up To Boston.”

This Machine Still Kills Fascists continues a journey with Woody Guthrie that began nearly two decades ago with "Gonna Be A Blackout Tonight" (from 2003's Blackout) and "I'm Shipping Up To Boston." For those two songs, Dropkick Murphys pulled Guthrie’s lyrics into their musical world, giving them the DKM treatment through and through. For this album – created from a larger body of mostly unpublished works, curated for the band by Woody's daughter Nora Guthrie – they knew they needed to enter Woody’s musical world, an altogether new challenge for a band whose raw power had relied on searing electric guitars up until this point. Not a tribute album or a collection of covers, This Machine Still Kills Fascists is a collaboration between Dropkick Murphys and Woody Guthrie – artists separated by time and space, but connected by a common philosophy – to create something entirely new.
Show More
Genres:
Celtic Folk, Celtic Punk, Punk, Alt Rock, Alternative, Folk-rock, Punk Rock, Rock
Band Members:
Al Barr, Jeff DaRosa, James Lynch, Ken Casey, Tim Brennan, Matt Kelly
Hometown:
Boston, Massachusetts

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