Celtic Woman is an Irish quintet consisting of four vocalists (currently Chloë Agnew, Lynn Hilary, Lisa Kelly and Alex Sharpe) and fiddler Máiréad Nesbitt. The group was formed in 2004 by executive producer Dave Kavanagh and musical director/composer David Downes (who is well known for his work on “Riverdance”). Since its founding, Celtic Woman has been a resounding success all over the world. Between their Christmas CD, “A Christmas Celebration,” and their “A New Journey” CD, the group has been #1 on the Billboard World Music charts a whopping 95 weeks in a row.
Celtic Woman has performed all over the world, including four tours in the U.S. Their most recent American tour, the 2009 Isle of Hope Tour, encompassed 72 cities and lasted almost five months. Just after the completion of that tour in July 2009, they announced an additional set of performances, which includes an additional 35 concerts in the fall of 2009.
Country star Carrie Underwood is among artists with tickets on sale Thursday. Underwood will perform in Durant in the spring and Allentown in the fall. So far, those shows are her only live shows scheduled for 2020 outside of festival appearances. The Durant show will go on general sale... Read more
Red-hot seller Hamilton returns to the ticketing discussion on Wednesday when all of the touring production’s upcoming performances in Fort Lauderdale go on sale to the general public. The Tony-winning smash musical has nearly 40 performances scheduled in Florida beginning in December and extending into January. Another theatrical wonder,... Read more
Over one thousand events go on sale today on a particularly busy Friday in the ticketing world. On sales are headlined by an already mega-popular event since presale, P!NK’s Beautiful Trauma World Tour next spring. Some other big tours on sale are Avenged Sevenfold, Alice Cooper, Celtic Woman and... Read more
After another successful touring season in 2010, Irish vocal group Celtic Woman has announced a fresh schedule for 2011. The group will continue its Songs from the Heart Tour early in the New Year with a slate of 80 new U.S. concert dates. Celtic Woman’s first 2011 tour leg... Read more
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... Read more
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... Read more
Irish music ensemble Celtic Woman recently completed a five-month, 72-city tour of the U.S., but the quintet’s stateside venture doesn’t end there. The Celtic music group will launch a second national trek later this fall, which includes an additional 35 concerts. The two-month venture opens October 7 at Genesee... Read more
The passing of guitar legend and inventor Les Paul is the top headline in the daily tour recap for August 13, as compiled by TicketNews. Les Paul died today at the age of 94. The musician and inventor partnered with Gibson Guitars in the early 1950s to develop the... Read more
Tickets for the upcoming Fleetwood Mac tour as well as tickets for upcoming concerts from Celtic Women are on sale throughout the weekend ending December 15 as compiled by TicketNews. The weekend onsales start off today with tickets to catch alternative rockers M. Ward in concert in New York... Read more
The newest players in the Celtic cultural phenomenon, vocal group Celtic Woman has announced plans for an extensive tour of North America in 2009. The 72-city Isle of Hope Tour will span 20 weeks, from the February 13 opening show at the Theatre at Xcel in St. Paul, MN,... Read more