Can't quit the Celts 


7:30 p.m., Robinson Center Music Hall. $40-$120.


The Celtic onslaught on Central Arkansas continues. In the last year, we've seen the Boys of the Lough, Celtic Woman and about this time last year, Celtic Thunder. Our Scots-Irish roots must run deep. Famous for its PBS specials and within Ireland and Scotland and Celtic music circles as being the male answer to Celtic Woman, Celtic Thunder returns with a multi-generational take on traditional Celtic music. The five-man vocal group, which spans in age from 17 to somewhere in middle age, is famous for adding regional flair to contemporary songs like “Every Breathe You Take.” Look out for elaborate choreography, visual effects and bagpipes.



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