The Celtic phenomenon will stretch into the New Year as the vocal group Celtic Woman continues touring across North America. The group has announced...

The Celtic phenomenon will stretch into the New Year as the vocal group Celtic Woman continues touring across North America.

The group has announced its plans for the nearly 60-city Songs from the Heart 2010 Tour, which will launch with a February 9-11 stand at the Civic Center in Roanoke, VA. The early-year trek will span a total of three months before wrapping up on May 22 at Energy Solutions Arena in Salt Lake City, UT.

Celtic Woman’s 2010 itinerary features a total of 75 performances in the United States and Canada, including several two- or three-night runs. These planned extended stays include February 26-27 at Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY; March 12-14 at Citi Performing Arts Center in Boston, MA; April 26-27 at the Orpheum Theater in Memphis, TN; and May 11-13 at Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA.

Public onsale dates for the tour have not yet been announced. However, all the upcoming shows are linked to local PBS television stations. According to Celtic Woman’s official Web site, individuals who make pledges to the tour-affiliated stations will “be the first to access tickets…before they go on sale to the public.”


Celtic Woman recently completed its fall 2009 Isle of Hope Tour. Following the tour’s conclusion, the quintet debuted a new television special “Songs from the Heart,” which PBS is broadcasting across the nation.

The upcoming tour may be well-timed to play off an increase in interest following the PBS broadcasts. Celtic Woman and other Celtic-influenced groups have followed a similar television and touring schedule previously with strong results. This past year, Celtic Woman’s broadcasts and albums propelled the singers through a schedule of more than 130 concerts.


Celtic Woman itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

February 9 – 11Roanoke, VARoanoke Civic Center
February 13Durham, NCDurham Performing Arts Center
February 14Greenville, SCBi-Lo Center
February 15 – 16Atlanta, GAFox Theatre
February 18Charlotte, NCOvens Auditorium
February 19Charlottesville, VAJohn Paul Jones Arena
February 20 – 21Baltimore, MDHippodrome Theatre / France-Merrick PAC
February 23Pittsburgh, PAMellon Arena
February 24Wilkes-Barre, PAWachovia Arena at Casey Plaza
February 26 – 27New York, NYRadio City Music Hall
February 28Manchester, NHVerizon Wireless Arena
March 2Reading, PASovereign Center
March 3 – 4Schenectady, NYProctor’s Theatre
March 6Wallingford, CTOakdale Theatre
March 9 – 10Providence, RIProvidence Performing Arts Center
March 12 – 14Boston, MACiti Performing Arts Center
March 16Hershey, PAGiant Center
March 17Fairfax, VAPatriot Center
March 19Erie, PAWarner Theatre
March 20Cleveland, OHState Theatre at Playhouse Square
March 21South Bend, INMorris Performing Arts Center
March 23Madison, WIAlliant Energy Center Memorial Coliseum
March 24St. Paul, MNXcel Energy Center
March 25Milwaukee, WIMilwaukee Theatre
March 27Indianapolis, INMurat Theatre
March 28Cincinnati, OHAronoff Center for the Arts
March 30 – 31St. Louis, MOFabulous Fox Theatre
April 1Fort Wayne, INEmbassy Theatre
April 2 – 3Louisville, KYLouisville Palace Theatre
April 6Grand Rapids, MIVan Andel Arena
April 7Detroit, MIFox Theatre
April 9 – 10Rosemont, ILRosemont Theatre
April 11Peoria, ILPeoria Civic Center Arena
April 13Knoxville, TNKnoxville Auditorium
April 14Birmingham, ALBJCC Arena
April 16Pensacola, FLPensacola Civic Center
April 17Jacksonville, FLMoran Theater
April 18St. Petersburg, FLMahaffey Theater
April 20 – 21West Palm Beach, FLKravis Center
April 22Orlando, FLAmway Arena
April 23Tallahassee, FLTallahassee-Leon County Civic Center
April 24Baton Rouge, LABaton Rouge River Center
April 26 – 27Memphis, TNOrpheum Theatre
April 28Little Rock, ARRobinson Center Music Hall
April 30Houston, TXToyota Center
May 1Grand Prairie, TXNokia Theatre at Grand Prairie
May 2San Antonio, TXMajestic Theatre
May 5Tempe, AZGammage Auditorium
May 6Universal City, CAGibson Amphitheater
May 7San Diego, CASan Diego Civic Theatre
May 8Ontario, CACitizens Business Bank Arena
May 9Sacramento, CAMemorial Auditorium
May 11 – 13Seattle, WAParamount Theatre
May 15Vancouver, BCGeneral Motors Place
May 17Edmonton, ABRexall Place
May 18Calgary, ABStampede Corral
May 20Spokane, WAINB Performing Arts Center
May 21Boise, IDVelma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts
May 22Salt Lake City, UTEnergySolutions Arena

Last Updated on December 4, 2009 by By Allison Reitz