SYMPHONY TOUR AT THE VENETIAN LAS VEGAS
featuring 49 days of Italian-inspired holiday festivities
Tickets Now On Sale
Beloved global music sensation Celtic Woman will kick off the holiday season in Las Vegas during The Venetian’s Winter In Venice celebration, with four concerts in the Venetian Theatre: Nov. 22-23 and Nov. 27-28.
The show, titled Celtic Woman: Home For Christmas – The Symphony Tour, will feature a dynamic live music experience that showcases Celtic Violinist Máiréad Nesbitt and the celestial voices of Lisa Lambe, Susan McFadden and Celtic Woman’s newest vocalist Máiread Carlin. Christmas bells will ring as Celtic Woman performs holiday favorites underscored by the stirring sound of a full symphony orchestra. This enchanting 90-minute production is filled with holiday cheer that is sure to delight the entire family.
Since Celtic Woman’s inception in 2004, the unique ensemble has emerged as a spectacular commercial success and a genuine cultural phenomenon, thanks to their evocative, uplifting music. The group’s albums and DVDs have gone multi-platinum, sold more than 8 million units worldwide (including their 2012 project BELIEVE), notched two Top 10 album debuts on the Billboard Top 200 Album chart and four Top 5 releases on the top DVD music video chart, and sold more than 2.5 million concert tickets. All seven Celtic Woman album releases have debuted at #1 on the Billboard World Music Chart.
The show Celtic Woman: Home For Christmas – The Symphony Tour will be held at 8pm at The Venetian Theatre on Nov. 22-23 and Nov. 27-28. Tickets start at $55.90 plus tax, and are available by calling The Venetian or Palazzo Box Office at (866) 641-7469 or (702) 414-9000, or online at venetian.com.
WINTER IN VENICE
The Celtic Woman show is part of Winter in Venice, the third-annual celebration of the winter holiday season on the Las Vegas Strip, dubbed “A Gift of The Venetian.” With 49 days of seasonal experiences throughout both resorts, Winter in Venice runs Nov. 18, 2013 through Jan. 5, 2014.
In 2013, a schedule of memorable Italian-inspired experiences will include a nightly winter parade, whimsical tree-lighting ceremonies, a stunning 3D light projection show, an elaborate Winter In Venice fantasy scene in The Palazzo Waterfall Gardens, and – a fan favorite – the return of the romantic skating rink above The Venetian’s romantic outdoor Grand Canal.
The best way to experience Winter in Venice is by staying overnight at The Venetian or The Palazzo, taking advantage of additional experiences available to resort guests. Packages, which combine elements of Winter in Venice, begin at $149 per night.
Overnight guests also receive Passaporto di Winter in Venice, which includes specials for skating, retail, dining, entertainment and spa, with offers valued at more than $1,000. For those who book an upgraded suite, a Premiere Passaporto di Winter in Venice will feature additional exclusive offers increasing the value to more than $1,400.