A Festival of Irish Dance & Music featuring Leahy - March 26th




March 26, Portsmouth. The Music Hall has announced that the performance by Trinity Irish Dance will be replaced by the Festival of Irish Dance & Music featuring Leahy. Show date, time and ticket prices remain the same. Unfortunately, Trinity Irish Dance suspended its national tour, which is beyond The Music Hall’s control. Music Hall patrons are big fans of Leahy, the powerhouse Canadian band of fiddlers and step dancers who have brought their infectious Irish spirit to The Music Hall stage. Ticketholders to Trinity Irish Dance do not need to do anything, as those tickets will be honored for the Leahy performance and the seats will remain the same. Ticketholders who prefer a refund need to return their tickets to the Box Office no later than March 12 for a refund or credit. March 26 Portsmouth 7:30 p.m. $20-$48 The Music Hall 28 Chestnut St. (603) 436-2400 www.themusichall.org Photo courtesy of the Music Hall The performance is at 7:30 on Thursday, March 26 at the Music Hall on 28 Chestnut Street in Portsmouth. Tickets are $20-$48. For more information, call (603) 436- 2400 or visit www.themusichall.org
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