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Celtic Thunder: Mythology


Sep 29, 2013
07:30 PM


The men of Celtic Thunder are returning to their roots with their new Mythology tour that tells the story of the Celtic People, their legends, and their culture. All six Celtic Thunder singers are featured in this tour, performing haunting solo numbers such as “Carrickfergus,” “The Isle of Inisfree,” "Scarlet Ribbons," "Katie," "Carolina Rua" and “Now We are Free” to rousing ensembles like “The Boys are Back in Town,” “The Star of the County Down” and “The Rocky Road to Dublin." There are also great original tracks that were written especially for the Mythology tour, such as the opening number "Voices."


$88, $68 and $48


View map Capitol Center for the Arts
44 S. Main Street
Concord, NH

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Cambridge Trust Company of NH


(603) 225-1111 ext 111

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