Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, Colorado
Need a change of scenery and fancy seeing something exciting? Why not come to Red Rocks Amphitheater on Sunday 26th May 2019 to see the incredible Celtic Woman! A truly unforgettable evening, Celtic Woman have a dedicated fan base and will leave you wanting more with their out of this world live displays… Tickets are out and available now – what are you waiting for?!
THE NORTH AMERICAN TOUR IS HERE! This spring season Celtic Woman are back in the US with their groundbreaking performances that will leave each and every person in the audience blown away. They sure know how to pull out all of the stops to give their fans a night to remember!
The all female group, crafted by David Kavanagh, Sharon Browne and David Downes, has become a worldwide success and has proven to be unstoppable! First starting all the way back in 2004, the three of them put their previous experience together and wanted to form what would become "Celtic Woman" – after finding the never met before vocalists; Chloë Agnew, Órla Fallon, Lisa Kelly and Méav Ní Mhaolchatha, and fiddler Máiréad Nesbitt, the band was quickly realised to be the perfect combination of talent. Together they perform a wide range of music from traditional songs to modern hits.
Come and experience it all for yourself at Red Rocks in concert – tickets will no doubt fly away for such an exciting event!
"Celtic Woman is an extravaganza of Irish singers, dancers, drummers, and bagpipers. The lights and costuming are a feast for the eyes, the women so beautifully flawless with their gorgeous voices and their gorgeous gowns … unreal."
"I was never a big fan of Irish music…until I visited Ireland. I quickly learned that their music was an integral part of their history and culture, an expression of their love for their beautiful land and sea, and their passion for life. Celtic Woman-Voices of Angels brought that passion last week with a blockbuster show that featured three beautiful voices, dancing, storytelling and musical instruments (including bagpipes, harp, fiddle and drums) that represented their country. "