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Rolling Celtic Thunder

07:01 AM Thursday 2/12/09 | |

The talented men of Celtic Thunder are bringing their live show back to North America for a 30-date trek that will kick off March 21 at the Landmark Theatre in Syracuse, N.Y.

The tour will hit theatres, performing arts centers and auditoriums across the U.S. and Canada until it wraps up at UBC Thunderbird Arena in Vancouver, B.C., May 7.

Singers Paul Byrom, George Donaldson, Keith Harkin, Ryan Kelly and Damian McGinty, ages 16 to 40, made a splash on PBS in March with their special featuring a repertoire of Irish, Scottish, traditional and contemporary music.

Tickets for the tour, produced by AEG Live, go on sale Feb. 13 in the U.S. and Feb. 20 in Canada.

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