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First timer to the CT concert. Amazed at the true following the band has which reminded me of Grateful Dead tours. That was a long time ago and CT is now with an energized performance. This was an entertaining concert with Irish music only. No Freebird played here! Everyone seemed to enjoy and were encouraged to sing along on many songs. Forget anything you have seen on PBS as this is a live show with smaller production.They enhance the music with videos playing in the background. There is a live 7 plus member band .
Overall the small intimate setting in an older theater added to the experience. There was a festive atmosphere outside the theater as nightlife was going on everywhere. Seemed safe enough for family outing as there was good lighting, a lot of moving traffic and some police presence.
Jackie from Chicago, Illinois
NOT MANY IRISH SONGS
The concert in Milaukee, Wis. was my fourth concert, but this was not my favorite concert. There were not many Irish songs which I love to hear them sings, plus one of the members was not there. My friend and I usually get our tickets through Channel 11 in Chicago and always good seats. Since we decided to go to the Milwaukee concert instead of Chicago (we live in Chicago), my friend purchased tickets online. There was a problem after my friend received the tickets and we were really far away from the stage. For the price that we paid for the tickets, it was not worth it this time.
Jim Stachowski from Minneapolis, Minnesota
A LITTLE DISAPPOINTED
The music was fine with a few standout performances, but It was mostly American songs and Christmas
music. Only three Celtic songs. It is their Irish music that makes this group a favourite of mine. Another five
Celtic hits would have made for a much more satisfying experience. I am sure it gets boring doing the same
songs repeatedly, but that is their signature success story. The symphony sounded great and the State
Theater is a standout venue.
LyndaFT@aol.com from Raleigh, North Carolina
CELTIC THUNDER - RALEIGH, N.C. SHOW
Several years ago, I saw Celtic Thunder perform at DPAC and thought it one of the best
shows that I have ever seen. Last night was a completely different experience and
disappointing. I wanted to see Celtic Thunder for their Celtic music and polished
showmanship - not for the music which comprised a portion of this show. They need to
get back to the music that made them so special.
John Doe from San Antonio, Texas
EXPECTED CELTIC MUSIC
Sang a Monkee’s song, The Devil
went down to Georgia, Seasons in the
Sun, a 50’s song. Small band
positioned too far back from stage.
Sound from violin was not well
A good performance but not a wow
performance that we have been used
to with such performers as Celtic
Women, Gordon Lightfoot, Ten
Tenors, and Willy Nelson
IrishND from Minneapolis, Minnesota
"WHERE'S THE CELTIC?" 12/09/17
My mother who does not like to travel
decided she wanted to see Celtic Thunder in
Minneapolis MN, which was the closest
location to us from Fargo, ND.
8 hours of pto, two gas fill ups and two night
stay was not worth this concert. It should be
titled, "Where's the Celtic?"
My husband and I are being lenient in saying
there were three Celtic songs. Everything
else was American songs and freaking
christmas music. Nowhere and I mean
NOWHERE did it say this was a holiday
special of American songs.
False advertising. Don't recommend seeing
in concert- I'll stick to Pandora where
listening to their Celtic music is free.
Pat from Raleigh, North Carolina
CELTIC THUNDER HAS LOST ITS WAY
saw the show last night — great seats, great venue, great voices, high
energy but oh so very disappointing. The group forgot why they were
famous — they did garage band style covers, Broadway numbers and
very little of what I came to see.
Didn’t even play All Gods Creatures Have a place in the choir — one of
my favourite of theirs.
The fiddle player was outstanding and she stole the show
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