O'NEILL, Neb. -- A musician from Ireland is coming to northeast Nebraska for a concert in June.

O'Neill will have an Irish music concert on June 17 at 6:30 p.m. to promote the town's Irish heritage and culture. The concert is titled "Quarter-Way to St. Patrick's Day."

Tickets for the concert can be found by scanning the QR code on the fliers. They cost $20 a person but children under five-years-old can attend for free. Tickets can be bought before the concert or at the gate.

"I learned to love Irish music when I was a young girl," said Natalie Butterfield, president of the Fenian Women's Auxiliary. "Come for a good time."

The concert features Derek Warfield and the Young Wolfe Tones. Warfield is a well known musician from Ireland that has toured internationally and played at Carnegie Hall. Warfield is also a scholar that has a "deep admiration for John O'Neill."

Butterfield said she met Warfield at his concert in Kansas. At that time, they were fundraising for the John O'Neill sculpture, and Warfield wanted to participate in the concert.

Danny Leger and Eater Rising will be the opening act of the concert. Leger is from Omaha, but was originally a Youth Director in O'Neill.

The concert is hosted by the Irish Walk of Fame and the Fenian Women's Auxiliary. A grant from the Holt County Visitors Committee is helping sponsor the event as well.

Food will be provided by 402 Beef Co. and there will be bar service.