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Gaelic Storm to strike amphitheater stage

by Molly Morris | May 26, 2022 at 4:00 a.m.

Multi-national Celtic band Gaelic Storm is set to rain on Jefferson City later this year.

Presented by Paddy Malone's Irish Pub, Gaelic Storm will take the Capital Region MU Health Care Amphitheater stage at 7 p.m. Sept. 1.

After two decades and more than 2,000 live performances, the band has perfected its sound, according to a news release announcing the performance. They attribute their success to their fanatic and diverse audience ranging from fans of country, bluegrass and Celtic music who value the band's storytelling, instrumentals and devotion to tradition.

Gaelic Storm began its career as a pub band in the 1990s before appearing in the blockbuster hit "Titanic" where they performed "Irish Party in Third Class." They eventually would top the Billboard World Chart six times and make appearances at music festivals across the country, gaining a reputation as a genre-bending Irish rock band. Their latest release is "Go Climb a Tree."

Special guest Cnamha Cu Chullain will join Gaelic Storm for the Sept. 1 performance at the amphitheater in Ellis-Porter Riverside Park.

Tickets go on sale today through www.ticketmaster.com or the Hawthorn Bank Box Office at the amphitheater, 1505 Riverside Drive. Seats range from $25-$40 depending on location.

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