Every now and then, Jimmy Fallon seems to find himself in Upstate New York.

Just last summer, Fallon was spotted at Maloney's Pub in Hammondsport, New York, where the 'Tonight Show' host hopped on-stage with the band that was performing at the time, High Pines, to sing a few tunes.

Fallon had a repeat performance of-sorts this past weekend, showing up at another Upstate New York watering hole and joining a different band on-stage during their set. Where did he show up this time?

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Jimmy Fallon Joins Band On-Stage at Upstate NY Bar During St. Patrick's Day

A story from New York Upstate and other outlets chronicled a St. Patrick's Day impromptu musical performance from Jimmy Fallon, the host of 'The Tonight Show' on NBC, in Upstate New York. Fallon was spotted on Friday at Mulconry’s Irish Pub and Restaurant in Fairport, N.Y. wearing a festive green sweatshirt and celebrating the holiday with fellow patrons at the bar.

In a video that has since gone viral on Twitter, Fallon grabbed a microphone and joined The Galtee Mountain Boys on-stage to serenade the St. Patrick's Day crowd.

Here's the incredible video:

For those that were unsure, Fallon and the band were covering The Cranberries’ song “Zombie” in the video. To his credit, Fallon was extremely engaging with the crowd during this entire performance. He stepped down from the stage to be part of the crowd for a moment during the song, then encouraged the crowd to jump up-and-down with the beat at the end of the video.

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As noted by New York Upstate, this appearance wasn't a coincidence. Fallon has been friends with Damien Mulconry, the owner of the establishment, for over 20 years. He was spotted at the same bar back in 2018, and clearly, still keeps in-touch with the owner in 2023.

Fallon has made a habit of appearing at Upstate New York bars and restaurants over the years, leaving all of us to wonder this: where will he show up next?

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