Celtic Fire: Irish Music and Dance with Riverdance's Michael Londra
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The last date listed for Celtic Fire was Saturday April 10, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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The show itself was very entertaining. And the performers were excellant . Truly enjoyed it. However; I was alittle disappointed in the number of dancers, I was hoping for a larger group. I think that would have added alot to the performance.
Celtic Fire is a Celtic music and Irish dance show, featuring Riverdance’s lead soloist Michael Londra, a Celtic band, and Irish dancers who perform both solo and ensemble numbers. Celtic Fire is known for its eclectic style, with songs ranging from “When Irish Eyes are Smiling” and “Danny Boy” to “Lannigan’s Ball”. The show is filled with amazing lighting and visuals.