Riverdance, the iconic celebration of Irish dance, music, and culture, will be in the lovely town of Killarney, County Kerry from September 18 - 22 at the INEC.
Entertaining both locals and international visitors, the Riverdance dancers danced their way through the vibrant town of Killarney and the surrounding dramatic landscape of the Gap of Dunloe, Torc Waterfall, Ross Castle, and Killarney National Park ahead of the shows return to the INEC, Killarney this September.
Riverdanceing across the Irish landscape
Entertaining both locals and international visitors, the Riverdance dancers danced their way through the vibrant town of Killarney and the surrounding dramatic landscape of the Gap of Dunloe, Torc Waterfall, Ross castle and Killarney National Park ahead of the show’s return to the INEC, Killarney this SeptemberPubliée par IrishCentral.com sur Lundi 29 juillet 2019
Riverdance dates back to April 30, 1994, when a worldwide audience of over 300 million saw the birth of Riverdance as the interval act of the Eurovision Song Contest. The seven-minute performance earned a standing ovation from the 4,000-strong audience. This ahead-of-its-time dance piece was then developed into a full stage show by producer Moya Doherty, composer Bill Whelan, and Director John McColgan.
With its fusion of Irish and International music and dance, Riverdance broke all box office records during its world premières in Dublin, London, and New York and continued to set new records in packed theatres and arenas throughout the world.
For over two decades, nothing has carried the energy, the sensuality and the spectacle of Riverdance the international Irish Dancing phenomenon. Having played over 11,500 performances to over 25 million people throughout 47 countries, the stage spectacular stays true to its roots with a return to Killarney for a limited run September 18 – 22.
This rejuvenated show at Killarney's INEC will feature the unbelievable talent of the Riverdance Lead Dancers, the Riverdance Irish Dance Troupe, the live Riverdance Band and International artists from Russia, Spain and the USA the show is guaranteed to mesmerize audiences of all ages and cultures.
Going to be in Ireland on September 18? Enter below for your chance to win 1 night B&B in a superior double room at Killarney's Gleneagle for two people on Wednesday, September 18, two tickets to the opening night of Riverdance at the INEC Killarney, plus pre-show dinner for two in the Flesk Restaurant.