Celtic Song and Dance to Hit the Stage at Lincoln Amphitheatre

A Celtic concert featuring the Louisville-based four-piece Celtic band Guilderoy Byrne along with the McTeggart Irish Dancers will take the stage at Lincoln Amphitheatre for one performance on Sunday, August 17.
A Celtic concert featuring the Louisville-based four-piece Celtic band Guilderoy Byrne along with the McTeggart Irish Dancers will take the stage at Lincoln Amphitheatre for one performance on Sunday, August 17.

Dubbed Celtic Song and Dance!, this concert featuring live music and Irish dancing is back for a second year due to the overwhelming positive response from guests.

“This will be a great Sunday afternoon concert for families. It will be a lively performance of Irish and folk music that might even require the audience to sing and clap along. We encourage everyone to come out and join us for some good food and great music at the Lincoln Amphitheatre,” Executive Director Dan Wilkinson said.

Ticket prices for Celtic Song and Dance! are $15 for guests ages seven and older and $6 for children ages six and under. Guests save $3 per person (excludes children pricing) if they make reservations over the phone or purchase tickets online at least two hours prior to show time.

An optional pork chop meal catered by The Chateau Restaurant is available at an additional cost to individuals who purchase Celtic Song and Dance! tickets at least three days in advance.

For more information about Lincoln Amphitheatre’s 2014 season, visit www.LincolnAmphitheatre.org or call 800-264-4ABE.
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