Celtic Woman Tickets

Buy your Celtic Woman tickets today! The Celtic folk band regularly tours around the world and will soon be on the 2015 “Home for Christmas" tour in the United States. In 2016, Celtic Woman will return to North America for the “Destiny Tour.” Don't miss your chance to see the group! See below for upcoming dates and Celtic Woman tickets.

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Wednesday
Jun 29, 2016
7:00PM
Celtic WomanProvidence, RI
Providence Performing Arts Center
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Thursday
Jun 30, 2016
8:00PM
Celtic WomanNewark, NJ
New Jersey Performing Arts Center - Prudential Hall
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Friday
Jul 01, 2016
7:30PM
Celtic WomanRed Bank, NJ
Count Basie Theatre
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Jul 02, 2016
7:30PM
Celtic WomanRed Bank, NJ
Count Basie Theatre
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Celtic Woman

Current Tour: “Home for Christmas” 2015, “Destiny Tour” 2016
Discography:Celtic Woman (2005)
Celtic Woman: A Christmas Celebration (2006)
Celtic Woman: A New Journey (2007)
Celtic Woman: A Celtic Family Christmas (2008)
Celtic Woman: The Greatest Journey (2008)
Celtic Woman: Lullaby (2011)
Celtic Woman: Believe (2011)
Celtic Woman: An Irish Journey (2011)
Celtic Woman: A Celtic Christmas (2011)
Celtic Woman: Believe (2012)
Celtic Woman: Home for Christmas (2012)
Celtic Woman: Silent Night (2012)
Celtic Woman: Emerald - Music Gems (2014)
Celtic Woman: O Christmas Tree (2014)
Celtic Woman: Destiny (2015)

Celtic Woman - ”Home for Christmas” Tour

Celtic Woman will be kicking off their holiday tour “Home for Christmas” this December. The tour will make 12 stops across the Eastern United States, as well as one show in Windsor, Ontario. Shows are set to take place at venues such as Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh, and Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall in Fort Myers.

Celtic Woman will perform music from their holiday albums, including A Christmas Celebration and Home for Christmas, meaning concertgoers should expect to hear timeless classics such as “Silent Night,” “I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” and “Joy To The World.” Fans looking to hear live Christmas music this holiday season should buy their cheap Celtic Woman tickets today!

Celtic Woman - “Destiny Tour”

On the heels of their 2015 album Destiny, Celtic Woman have announced the “Destiny Tour,” to take place in the album’s support. The long trek will launch on March 4, 2016 at Andrew Jackson Hall in Nashville, TN and will stop at cities across North America before finally wrapping up on June 28 at Lowell Memorial Auditorium in Lowell, MA.

According to Celtic Woman’s Facebook page, the tour will feature “entirely new production” and will include “timeless Irish traditional and contemporary standards wrapped in the group’s celebrated style.” This is one tour you don’t want to miss so make sure to get your Celtic Woman tickets soon to see the group on “The Destiny Tour!”

Celtic Woman Biography

In 2004, composer David Downes created Celtic Woman to celebrate the legacy of Irish music. Today, Celtic Woman gives concerts around the world. The group is comprised of fiddle player Mairead Nesbitt, along with singers Susan McFadden, Eabha McMahon, and Mairead Carlin. David Downes, who also worked on Riverdance, acts as musical director of the group.

The ensemble's 2005 debut album, Celtic Woman, was a phenomenal success and led to sales of discount Celtic Woman tickets. Number one on Billboard’s World Music Chart for 68 weeks, the album included the songs "Orinoco Flow" and "She Moved Thru' the Fair." In 2006, the artists recorded A New Journey at Slane Castle in County Meath, Ireland, with soprano Hayley Westenra. Other Celtic Woman albums include A Christmas Celebration and The Greatest Journey: Essential Collection.

The members of Celtic Woman have changed several times. One of the original soloists, Méav Ní Mhaolchatha, left the group in 2007 to work on solo concerts. In 2006, Hayley Westenra sang with Celtic Woman. Music is an important part of Irish heritage, and Celtic Woman sings a mixture of traditional Irish songs, such as "Danny Boy" and "Isle of Inisfree," and new Celtic Woman songs.

Celtic Woman's success inspired other musicians such as the Irish ballad group, The High Kings, and Celtic Thunder, a male Celtic music group.