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Orpheum Concert: Irish Christmas in America

Nov 29
  • Thu / November 29, 2018
  • 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • First Baptist Church, 700 E. Olive St., Marshalltown

Now in its 14th year, the Irish Christmas in America show features special guest musicians and dancers from Ireland performing a spectacular Christmas program. The hugely popular holiday show is a fascinating combination of music, song, dance and stories of seasonal Irish traditions rich in humor and boundless energy. The 2018 tour features special guest singer Niamh Farrell, a Sligo vocalist who has toured with UK singer/songwriting star David Gray. Niamh teams up with legendary West Kerry singer Séamus Begley, famous for his charming wit and stunning voice.

a Blues Hall of Famer, and has combined with The Limestoners to continue entertaining audiences around the Midwest. Between the two groups, you’ll enjoy master blues at its best!

This presentation is supported by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of Arts Midwest that is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional contributions from the Iowa Arts Council, the Crane Group, and the Martha-Ellen Tye Foundation. Irish Christmas in America is also doing a half-hour “mini-concert” at the Iowa Veterans Home earlier in the day, thanks to support from the Arts Midwest Touring Fund.

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Ticket information

We anticipate that tickets will be available for purchase at the door on Nov. 29, but seating is limited to the FBC sanctuary, and there’s lots of interest in this performance. To be assured that you have a seat, call Bob or Tammy ahead of time and reserve tickets in your name. You get get your tickets at Will Call and pay when you arrive.

Directions to the venue

Please note that this concert is at First Baptist Church, 700 E. Olive St., just four blocks east of Marshalltown High School. Ample parking is available.

Cost

  • $25/ticket

Contact

  • Bob Untiedt
  • 641-844-5920
  • Email

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