Would you like to enjoy a fabulous evening out? The amazing musical group "Celtic Women" will be performing their 'Postcards From Ireland' songs on stage at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, June 5, 2022.

Celtic Women is an all-female Irish musical ensemble that was created in 2004, by the same people that brought Riverdance to the world. The performers in the ensemble, have sold ten million CD's and DVD's, 'making it the only all-female act to achieve multi-platinum success in the classical crossover and world music genres during the past decade.'

Postcards From Ireland, the Celtic Women, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel, NY

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As a special treat for this tour, one of the original members, Chloë Agnew, who was 15-years-old when she started on the journey that became Celtic Women. Chloe has rejoined the ensemble, as a special guest for this tour.

What type of music and performance can you expect from an evening with the Celtic Women? The ladies will perform for you, in addition to their singing, Celtic instruments, bagpipes and dancing, For more information about the performance, tickets to the event, and all of the great acts that will be performing this season at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, click here. 

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Keep scrolling to check out one of the amazing performances that you can expect from an evening with Celtic Women and Postcards from Ireland.

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