Rhythm of the Dance
March 24th, 25th & 26th
March 25th & 26th
Festival of the Wild Geese presents the Rhythm of the Dance and the Shamrock Tenors all the way from Ireland for a 3 day Irish Music Festival!
Rhythm of the Dance
THE RHYTHM OF DANCE
Thursday March 24th, Friday March 25th, and Saturday March 26th, at the Hanesbrands Theatre
The Rhythm of the Dance
This incredible live show creates a new era in Irish entertainment, containing a wealth of Irish talent, featuring World and Irish champion dancers, some of the finest Traditional musicians and singers who are a big hit everywhere. Combining traditional dance and music with the most up to date stage technology, this two-hour dance and music extravaganza takes the audiences on an exhilarating and exciting, energy-packed time trip through the ages. It’s internationally rated as one of the most popular and busiest Irish step dance shows in the world making it such a success with critics and audiences worldwide. Be sure to share the experience when it comes to a venue near you. You’ll be very glad you did. It really is out of this world as seen by 7 million people in 50 countries.
Friday March 25th, and Saturday March 26th, at The Roar Theater
The Shamrock Tenors are Northern Ireland’s newest and most electric five-piece harmony and multi-instrumental group, combining traditional Celtic melodies and exciting modern-day vocals. Hailing from Ulster, this cross-community group features some of the country’s most exciting new musical talent who have not only featured in West End shows such as Les Misérables but won Irish dance championships across the world.
Formed in 2018, the group have performed to audiences in over four continents in the last two years alone. Their debut single, a cover of the iconic song “Grace’’, went to number 1 on the iTunes World Music Charts in June of 2020 and their videos online have amassed over one million views in the last year alone. Their recent Ulster Hall concert, filmed during lockdown, has been picked up by major streaming sites across the world. The boys are on a mission to bring their favorite traditional Irish songs to a modern and worldwide audience.