Enchanting audiences with their angelic voices and powerful performances, Celtic Woman has become a world renowned powerhouse. Since their 2005 American debut, this unique, all-female ensemble has gone on to tour all over the world and achieved an amazing level of success. At this time they have sold over 6 million CDs/DVDs worldwide, have had two Top 10 album debuts on the Billboard Top 200, 3 albums have gone Gold and Platinum and have sold over 1.7 million concert tickets. Needless to say, the women of Celtic Woman knows how to reach audiences and put on a show.
Fort Wayne will be lucky enough to once again have the opportunity to listen to the sweet sounds of Celtic Woman. They will be bringing their North American Tour to the Embassy Theatre on April 7!
Under the distinct musical direction of Emmy-nominated music producer, David Downes, the women will perform traditional Irish songs, timeless pop anthems and inspirational music beloved by fans. Some fan favorites often performed include; “You Raise Me Up”, “Orinoco Flow” and “Danny Boy”, all with the twist of the Celtic Woman sound.
Take advantage of this chance to see Celtic Woman live, and as you’ve never seen them before! It’s a definitely a show you do not want to miss!
Tickets are still available and range from $42 - $102. You can purchase tickets through Ticketmaster until the day of the show, but seats are going fast!
You can find out more information through the Embassy Theatre or our website.
Katie Robinson was born and raised in the Summit City, and has been an advocate for it her whole life. After graduating from Ball State University with a degree in Public Relations in May of 2013, Katie moved back and planted permanent roots in her hometown. A former Visit Fort Wayner, Katie currently works for the Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority as Marketing Specialist. She is actively involved with the groups Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana (YLNI) and the Emerging Leaders Alliance (ELA), working to play an active role in shaping and telling Fort Wayne, and Northeast Indiana's, story. In her spare time, you can find Katie spending time with her little family made up of her husband, Joe, daughter, Honora, and their dog, Gidget. She also loves to read (if she ever has the time), write, bake, and explore her city!