Celtic Woman at Orpheum Theatre, May 1, 2020

PERFORMANCE TIME: 7:30 p.m.

Celtic Woman is thrilled to be celebrating 15 phenomenal years of music-making this year. Feel the embrace of breath-taking music that transports you from your theatre seat straight to Ireland. Celebration brings together our very favourite songs from the journey so far – songs that have created an incredible bond with audiences all over the world.

From the siren call of Orinoco Flow to the playful energy of “Teir Abhaile Riu.” Rejoice through the lilt of the fiddle and the beat of the drum. Experience the power of the uplifting anthems “You Raise Me Up” and the soaring harmonites of “Danny Boy.”

Our fully staged Celebration tour features our four fantastic Celtic Woman soloists, Mairéad Carlin, Éabha McMahon, Megan Walsh and Tara McNeill and our stunning band, two pipers, two drummers, traditional step-dancers and backing vocalists. To mark this achievement and to thank our fantastic fans, we bring you Celebration – The Tour. 

Join Arizona PBS for the Celtic Woman Celebration – The 15th Anniversary Tour on Friday, May 1, 2020!

Reserved seating admission tickets: $150 each

VIP tickets: $250 each

VIP tickets include an exclusive pre-show meet & greet with Celtic Woman, plus premium seating.

Please call 602-496-8888 (during regular business hours) or 888-443-2929 to reserve your tickets.

To bring a group on the tour and be seated together, please make one single pledge for all tickets.

Seats will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, so don’t delay in reserving your tickets today.

Keep in mind each attendee will require a ticket, regardless of age. Ticket orders are final.

Tickets will be mailed one month prior to the event.

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