For the second year in the row, Celtic-punk rockers Dropkick Murphys will be forced to take their annual St. Patrick’s Day performance online due to COVID-19.

Announced earlier this week, the band’s annual St. Patrick’s Day party in Boston will go virtual only this year with a planned Still Locked Down concert webcast scheduled for March 17th. Fans will be able to tune into the webcast for free beginning at 7 p.m. ET, while the band is also encouraging fans to donate what money they can.

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“When we did the first two free live streams for charity, our fans were super generous and we raised lots of money for good causes,” the band added in a press statement with the announcement. “But frankly, we’ve been out of work for over a year, so this one, we’ve gotta make about us. Of course, a portion will also go to charity, as always!”

The performance will stream exclusively at

Last May the band performed live for an empty Fenway Park in Boston as part of a virtual fundraiser that even saw Bruce Springsteen join in on two songs in an effort to raise money for the Boston Resiliency Fund, Habitat For Humanity, and Feeding America. The virtual concert succeeded in raising over $700,000 for the various charities.