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Voices of Angels Tour
Tour by Celtic Woman
Associated albumVoices of Angels
Start date2 March 2017 (2017-03-02)
End date16 February 2018 (2018-02-16)
Legs4
No. of shows84 in North America
10 in Europe
3 in Asia
6 in Oceania
103 in total
Celtic Woman concert chronology
  • Destiny World Tour: Celtic Woman
    (2016)
  • Voices of Angels World Tour
    (2017)
  • Celtic Woman Homecoming: Tour
    (2018)

Listen to this concert Voices of Angels World Tour or buy cd/DVDs of this concert on amazon Voices of Angels Tour was a concert tour by Irish female group Celtic Woman touring in support of the new album Voices of Angels (2016). The tour is the first not to have any performers from the original show as cast members. The tour began on 2 March 2017, in Lakeland, Florida and concluded on 16 February 2018 in Perth, Australia.

Background[edit]

The tour was announced on 26 September 2016 with presales beginning that day followed by all tickets going on sale on 5 October 2016.[1] From 18 November to 9 December 2016, fans received a digital copy of Voices of Angels with their tickets.

Set list[edit]

[2]

  1. "Mo Ghile Mear"
  2. "My Heart Will Go On"
  3. "Dúlamán" – Mairead
  4. "Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears" – Eabha
  5. "Amazing Grace"
  6. "Across the World" – Tara on violin
  7. "She Moved Through the Fair" – Susan
  8. "Tír na nÓg"
  9. "The Kesh Inn" – band
  10. "Danny Boy"
  11. "Nil Se'n La" – All

Intermission

  1. "Teir Abhaile Riu" – All
  2. "You Raise Me Up" – All
  3. "Ave Maria" – Mairead
  4. "For the Love of a Princess" – Tara
  5. "Westering Home" – All
  6. "Dance Number" – Ray Fean on percussion and Dancers
  7. "Óró sé do bheatha abhaile" – All
  8. "Sean-nós song" – Eabha
  9. "The Voice" – Susan
  10. "Walk Beside Me" – All
  11. "Orinoco Flow" – All
  12. "Time to Say Goodbye" – All with Tara on harp
  13. "The Parting Glass" – All

Playoff: "When You Go"

  • PBS Special Taping- 2 September 2017

[3]

  1. "Mo Ghile Mear"*
  2. "My Heart Will Go On"
  3. "Across the World"
  4. "Walk Beside Me"
  5. "Dulaman"
  6. "She Moved Through the Fair"
  7. "Isle of Hope Isle of Tears"
  8. "Danny Boy"*
  9. "Fields of Gold" (Annabel Sweeney- competition winner age 16)*
  10. "Westering Home"*
  11. "Nil Se'n La"

Intermission

  1. "Amazing Grace"
  2. "For the love of a Princess"
  3. "Ave Maria"
  4. Water Under the Bridge"
  5. "Ard Ti Chuain/Sadhbh Ni Bhrumeiaigh"
  6. "The Voice"
  7. "Time To Say Goodbye"
  8. "You Raise Me Up"
  9. "Teir Abhaile Riu"
  10. "The Parting Glas"
  11. "Finale"
  12. "All the Rays
  13. "The Kesh Inn"

Retakes

  1. "Mo Ghile Mear"
  2. "Danny Boy"
  3. "Fields of Gold"
  4. "Westering Home"
  5. "Finale"(Alternate Version)
  • Audio and lighting issues
Notes
  • After Florida "Tír na nÓg" was not played. Starting from the Mayo Civic Center, "Across the World" and "Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears" were switched around.
  • The 2 September 2017 show was a little bit longer in run time and done a little differently than others because it was being filmed for broadcast in Holiday season 2017

Cast and musicians[edit]

  • Máiréad Carlin-Vocals, Accordion
  • Susan McFadden-Vocals, Spoons
  • Éabha McMahon-Vocals, Penny whistle
  • Tara McNeill-Violin
  • Ray Fean-Drums
  • Catriona Frost-Percussion
  • Tommy Buckley-Guitars and Mandolin
  • Darragh Murphy-Bagpipes/Uilleann pipes/Whistles
  • Brian Hughes-Piano/Keyboard/Flute
  • Anthony Byrne- Small Pipes/Djembe/Bagpipes
  • The Celtic Woman Choir: Ronan Scolard, Glenn Murphy, Carl Maguire, Alan McGrath

Broadcasts and recordings[edit]

On 20 April 2017 Celtic Woman announced the only show in Ireland for the tour to be held on 2 September 2017 at 3Arena. Later on 20 July 2017 it was confirmed this show would be recorded for PBS broadcast in Holiday 2017. The show was recorded and filmed as Celtic Woman: Homecoming Ireland which premiered on 25 November 2017 and will be released as a CD/DVD on 26 January 2018.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
2 March 2017 Lakeland United States Youkey Theatre
3 March 2017 Orlando Bob Carr Theater
4 March 2017 West Palm Beach Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. Concert Hall
Two shows
5 March 2017 Tampa Carol Morsani Hall
7 March 2017 Fort Myers Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
8 March 2017 Melbourne Maxwell C. King Center
9 March 2017 Gainesville Curtis M. Phillips Center
10 March 2017 Jacksonville Moran Theater
11 March 2017 Charleston Gaillard Center
12 March 2017 Atlanta John A. Williams Theatre
14 March 2017 Savannah Johnny Mercer Theater
16 March 2017 Columbus Bill Heard Theatre
17 March 2017 Greenville Peace Concert Hall
18 March 2017 Augusta Bell Auditorium
19 March 2017 Charlotte Belk Theater
22 March 2017 Asheville U.S. Cellular Center
23 March 2017 Durham Durham Performing Arts Center
24 March 2017 Baltimore Hippodrome Theatre
26 March 2017 Newport News Diamonstein Concert Hall
30 March 2017 Indiana Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex
2 April 2017 Binghamton Forum Theatre
4 April 2017 Kitchener Canada Raffi Armenian Theatre
5 April 2017 Albany United States Palace Theatre
6 April 2017 Providence Providence Performing Arts Center
7 April 2017 Hartford Mortensen Hall
8 April 2017 Brookville Tilles Center
9 April 2017 Portland Merrill Auditorium
11 April 2017 Worcester Hanover Theatre
12 April 2017 Bangor Collins Center for the Arts
13 April 2017 Manchester SNHU Arena
14 April 2017 Philadelphia Academy of Music
15 April 2017 Rochester Kodak Hall
18 April 2017 Buffalo Shea's Performing Arts Center
19 April 2017 Erie Warner Theatre
20 April 2017 Cincinnati Procter & Gamble Hall
21 April 2017 Dayton Mead Theatre
22 April 2017 Columbus Palace Theatre
23 April 2017 Cleveland State Theatre
25 April 2017 Toledo Stranahan Theater
28 April 2017 Rockford Coronado Theatre
29 April 2017 Dubuque Five Flags Center
30 April 2017 Peoria Peoria Civic Center Theater
2 May 2017 Topeka Topeka Performing Arts Center
3 May 2017 Tulsa Mabee Center
4 May 2017 Memphis Orpheum Theatre
5 May 2017 Cape Girardeau Show Me Center
6 May 2017 Richmond EKU Center for the Arts
7 May 2017 Louisville The Louisville Palace
9 May 2017 Huntsville Smith Concert Hall
11 May 2017 Pensacola Saenger Theatre
12 May 2017 Montgomery Montgomery Performing Arts Center
13 May 2017 Bossier City Riverdome
14 May 2017 Biloxi Mississippi Coast Coliseum
16 May 2017 Longview Belcher Center
17 May 2017 Little Rock Robinson Center Music Hall
18 May 2017 Lake Charles Rosa Hart Theatre
19 May 2017 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
20 May 2017 Sugar Land Smart Financial Centre
21 May 2017 San Antonio Majestic Theatre
23 May 2017 Mesa Ikeda Theater
24 May 2017 San Bernardino California Theatre
25 May 2017 San Diego San Diego Civic Theatre
26 May 2017 Costa Mesa Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall
27 May 2017 Thousand Oaks Kavli Theatre
30 May 2017 Fresno William Saroyan Theatre
31 May 2017 San Jose San Jose Center for the Performing Arts
1 June 2017 Sacramento Community Center Theater
2 June 2017 Reno Reno Events Center
3 June 2017 Boise Morrison Center
6 June 2017 Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre
9 June 2017 Des Moines Civic Center of Greater Des Moines
10 June 2017 Green Bay Weidner Center
11 June 2017[lower-alpha 1] Rochester Mayo Civic Center
13 June 2017 Minneapolis Orpheum Theatre
14 June 2017 Kansas City Muriel Kauffman Theatre
15 June 2017 Springfield Hammons Hall
16 June 2017 St. Louis Fox Theatre
17 June 2017 Springfield Sangamon Auditorium
18 June 2017 Lansing Wharton Center for Performing Arts
21 June 2017 Syracuse Crouse Hinds Theater
23 June 2017 Elmira Powers Theater
24 June 2017 Springfield MassMutual Center
25 June 2017 Lynn Lynn Memorial Auditorium
Europe & Asia[4]
2 September 2017 Dublin Ireland 3Arena
12 September 2017 Tokyo Japan Bunkamura Orchard Hall
13 September 2017
15 September 2017 Osaka NHK Osaka Hall
Europe
27 October 2017 London England London Palladium
28 October 2017 Liverpool BT Convention Centre
29 October 2017 Gateshead Sage Gateshead
30 October 2017 Birmingham Symphony Hall
31 October 2017 Manchester Bridgewater Hall
1 November 2017 Nottingham Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
2 November 2017 Glasgow Scotland Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
13 November 2017 Amsterdam Netherlands Carré Theatre
14 November 2017 Antwerp Belgium Koningin Elisabethzaal
Oceania
7 February 2018 Brisbane Australia BCEC Great Hall
9 February 2018 Sydney ICC Sydney Theatre
11 February 2018 Newcastle Newcastle Civic Theatre
12 February 2018 Melbourne Margaret Court Arena
13 February 2018 Adelaide AEC Theatre
16 February 2018 Perth Riverside Theatre

References[edit]

  1. 5pm start time
  1. "Celtic Woman Announces 2017 North American Tour & New Album 'Voices of Angels'". broadwayworld.com. 26 September 2016. Retrieved 24 February 2017.
  2. " ". celticwomanforum. March 4, 2017. Retrieved March 5, 2017.[dead link]
  3. "Homecoming special / DVD". celticwomanforum. September 3, 2017. Retrieved September 22, 2017.
  4. Jon Stickler (15 March 2017). "Celtic Woman Announce Autumn UK Tour". Stereoboard. Retrieved 16 March 2017.


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