Vocal quintet Celtic Woman is three months into its current North American tour. But the group, whose performances feature a mix of classic and...

Vocal quintet Celtic Woman is three months into its current North American tour. But the group, whose performances feature a mix of classic and contemporary tunes, has fresh plans for another two months of touring this summer.

The next leg of Celtic Woman’s Songs from the Heart Tour begins July 12 at Harbour Station in St. John, NB. Nearly 50 late summer performances are booked through a September 12 event at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO.

The extensive calendar features two-night stands on August 30-31 at the Civic Arts Plaza in Thousand Oaks, CA; September 3-4 at The Show in Rancho Mirage, CA; and September 8-9 at Popejoy Hall in Albuquerque, NM. Other concert highlights include July 18 at Bell Centre in Montreal, QC; August 10 at Qwest Center in Omaha, NE; and August 25 at Rose Garden Arena in Portland, OR.

Tickets are already available in select summer tour markets. The next round of public onsales begins June 7 in a handful of other cities, such as Omaha and Albuquerque, while many other performances are still awaiting an onsale assignment. Full ticketing details will be available as they’re updated on Celtic Woman’s official Web site.

Celtic Woman’s spring 2010 tour is presently in the middle of a May 11-13 stand at Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA. The current venture, which started in early February, wraps on May 22 at Energy Solutions Arena in Salt Lake City, UT.

The all-female vocal group is no stranger to lengthy tours. In 2009 alone, Celtic Woman’s Isle of Hope Tour visited 72 cities from February through July, and then the group returned for an additional 35-city fall tour in October and November.

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

July 12St. John, NBHarbour Station
July 13Halifax, NSHalifax Metro Centre
July 14Moncton, NBMoncton Coliseum Complex
July 16Rama, ONCasino Rama Entertainment Centre
July 17Ottawa, ONNational Arts Centre
July 18Montreal, QCBell Centre
July 20London, ONThe John Labatt Centre
July 21Kingston, ONK-Rock Centre
July 23Lewiston, NYArtPark Festival
July 24Bethel, NYBethel Woods Center For The Arts
July 25Rochester, NYAuditorium Theatre
July 26Saratoga Springs, NYSaratoga Performing Arts Center
July 28Bangor, MEWaterfront Park
July 29Holmdel, NJPNC Bank Arts Center
July 30Lancaster, PAAmerican Music Theatre
July 31Philadelphia, PAMann Center for Performing Arts
August 1Portsmouth, VAnTelos Wireless Pavilion
August 3Lexington, KYRupp Arena
August 5Independence, MOIndependence Event Center
August 6Tulsa, OKBOK Center
August 7Wichita, KSIntrust Bank Arena
August 8Sioux City, IATyson Events Center
August 10Omaha, NEQwest Center Omaha
August 11Des Moines, IACivic Center of Greater Des Moines
August 12Appleton, WIFox Cities Performing Arts Center
August 14Thunder Bay, ONThunder Bay Community Auditorium
August 15Winnipeg, MBMTS Centre
August 17Regina, SKConexus Arts Centre
August 18Saskatoon, SKCredit Union Centre
August 20Bismarck, NDBismarck Civic Center Arena
August 21Rapid City, SDRushmore Plaza Civic Center
August 22Billings, MTRimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark
August 23Missoula, MTAdams Center
August 25Portland, ORRose Garden Arena
August 26Eugene, ORCuthbert Amphitheater
August 28Concord, CASleep Train Pavilion
August 29Saratoga, CAThe Mountain Winery
August 30 – 31Thousand Oaks, CAThousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
September 2Santa Ynez, CAChumash Casino
September 3 – 4Rancho Mirage, CAThe Show at Agua Caliente
September 7Tucson, AZTucson Arena
September 8 – 9Albuquerque, NMPopejoy Hall
September 10Prescott Valley, AZTim’s Toyota Center
September 12Morrison, CORed Rocks Amphitheatre