Join The Chieftain this Summer for Live Music

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The Chieftain will host live music all summer long. Guests can stop in for entertainment, drinks and great Irish food.

Irish Restaurant in San Francisco

Irish Pub and Restaurant, The Chieftain, is excited to announce their summer live music schedule. Join them all summer long for fantastic live music and fantastic food.

Located at 198 5th Street and Howard in San Francisco, The Chieftain will be hosting live entertainers all summer long, great acts will be on stage every Wednesday at 8 p.m. and Sunday’s from 6-9 p.m. Albert Niland will play Saturday, June 29. Niland, known as one of Ireland’s finest guitarists, is known for joining various styles seamlessly and backing it up with powerful vocals. Ivor Collins will play crowd favorites on Friday, July 12 and 26.

Guests can expect non-stop, high-energy entertainment, vocals, harmonica, guitar and more from Sabbath every Wednesday. He performs a wide variety of classics and is known for keeping the crowd moving.

Every Sunday evening, traditional Irish music lovers are in for a treat. From 6-9 p.m. there will be an open session of Irish tunes and many songs. To stay updated on all things Chieftain, find them on Facebook at: or visit their website,

Recently voted as a favorite food find for their Corned Beef and Cabbage, The Chieftain offers up some of the best food in San Francisco. Sports fans will love The Chieftain, as it doubles as a sports bar. With their friendly staff and fun atmosphere, The Chieftain has something for everyone.

About the company:
The Chieftain is a uniquely detailed authentic Irish pub, located at 198 5th Street (cross Howard), directly across the street from The InterContinental Hotel. One block from Moscone Convention Center, and a short walk from many of downtown San Francisco's most familiar hotels and attractions, The Chieftain is the perfect place to stop for some fish and chips, a drink or to catch a game. To check out their menu –well-loved by countless San Francisco natives and visitors, visit their website,

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