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Denise Marciniak from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
I was blown away by this amazing performance. I am now a fan for life! Their voices and the show were breathtaking!
Helenamarie McCarthy from Boston, Massachusetts
I first saw them perform on UTube and felt the stage in Lynn was too small. Would have preferred more Irish songs rather than Christmas carols. Loved the efficiency of everything. No time wasted. Would definitely recommend seeing them. Didn't like the fact that we could not take a photo.
Ann Marie Lundstrom from Chicago, Illinois
Excellent ! It was the second time for me seeing Celtic Thunder! They put on a great show
from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Too many great charismatic moments. I wanted to go back the next night! Showmanship is wonderful. Humor. Definitely should be on your pot of gold bucket list
Higgins Anne Ryan from Chicago, Illinois
NEW BOY BAND?
Watching Celtic Thunder X. What’s with all the pop songs? Celebrate? I’m a Believer? I do love “On the Street Where you Live” and Harry Nilsson’s “ I Can’t Live”. Not Irish songs but I’ll keep loving you guys. I so miss George and Keith! I know George is irreplaceable 😓. You all look the same, too! I can’t tell you boys apart now!
R Foster from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
GREAT VOICES OVERSHADOWED BY SHOW
1) Their voices are amazing! 2) They harmonize well. 3) With that said, I have seen them before in another city & tour; unfortunately for this show, one of the members had to fly back home for a family emergency and the loss of his voice was noticeable in a few songs. They did their best and provided a few more solo pieces than they might have otherwise. As others have said, only a few Celtic songs, a few "favorites," and then the 2nd half all Christmas Carols. Not what i was expecting...if I really wanted to hear American Christmas Carols, I would have gone to a collegiate all- male choir performance. 4) Tech issues...a) PSO is a world-class orchestra, but they were way overmic'd in second half and drowned out the singing; really hard to hear harmonies from the group; and b) light show was not on its A-game...alot of missed light cues, questionable lighting, inc. having the trombones sit so close to the curtain, their stand lights washed out the curtain behind them. Maybe another time
Jackie from Chicago, Illinois
NOT MANY IRISH SONGS
The concert in Milaukee, Wis. was my fourth concert, but this was not my favorite concert. There were not many Irish songs which I love to hear them sings, plus one of the members was not there. My friend and I usually get our tickets through Channel 11 in Chicago and always good seats. Since we decided to go to the Milwaukee concert instead of Chicago (we live in Chicago), my friend purchased tickets online. There was a problem after my friend received the tickets and we were really far away from the stage. For the price that we paid for the tickets, it was not worth it this time.
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