Celtic Thunder: Ireland [CANCELLED] Tickets
Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis
EVENT CANCELLED. Please contact your ticket point of purchase to claim a refund on your tickets.
Are you ready to be moved? The eclectic, theatrical style show put on by Celtic Thunder is going to blow you away! Celtic Thunder: Ireland at Orpheum Theatre Minneapolis on Monday, December 20th 2021. Celtic Thunder are finally bringing their 2020 album on tour, Celtic Thunder: Ireland, was a 15 track compilation album released in 2020, since then they have brought out a brand-new Studio album as well, Celtic Thunder Homeland, came out in early 2021, showcasing Irish music from the past 10 years of Celtic Thunder, so expect a few surprises to be thrown into this show! Buy your tickets here.
The members of Celtic Thunder are each a powerhouse in both their solo and ensemble songs, the current group are Neil Byrne, Emmet Cahill, Ryan Kelly, and Damian McGinty. They are backed by the dynamic Celtic Thunder Band who are, guitarist Conal Early, harpist Seána Davey, bass player Charlie Foley, Violinist Nicole Hudson, pianist and director David Munro, keyboardist Seamus Brett, Pipist, whistles, bodhran and mandolin player Barry Kerr, and percussionist Declan O'Donoghue. Their shows are widely known for the use of dramatic effects of lighting and choreography, as well as a stage set resembling an ancient stone pathway suggestive of those referenced in Celtic lore. Since the original group's formation in 2007, Celtic Thunder have released a staggering twelve albums, as well as ten live performances on DVD, they have been hailed as Billboard’s Top World Music Artist, along with Top World Music Imprint and Top World Album in 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2015. So far, they have toured the US and Canada, coast to coast, eleven times, and Australia four times performing nearly 800 shows to date to well over a million fans. Their latest studio album, Celtic Thunder Homeland, came out in March 2021, and it is a new album and show celebrating the Irish music from the past 10 years of Celtic Thunder.