Lincoln City Announces Second Annual Celtic Season Series of Music & Dance
Published: 09/09/2019

Lincoln City on the Oregon Coast announces its second annual Celtic Season returns to the Lincoln City Cultural Center with a series of a series of Celtic music performances by world-renowned artists, September through May.

Lincoln City Cultural Center kicks off its second annual Celtic Music Series on September 15th with High Time, a fresh new trio from the rugged west coast of Ireland. Youthful and energetic, the group blends equal measures of traditional Irish music and modern folk into bold new arrangements of song and dance. The Celtic Music Series offers nine different performances by world-renowned Celtic artists, September through May. Most shows are at 7pm. Reserved cabaret tickets are $25-$30 for adults, with discounts for seniors, students and youth. Tickets can be purchased online at: Lincoln City Cultural Center

The series continues on October 18 with DAIMH, the unchallenged champions of Highland music. This Gaelic supergroup has performed in more than 20 countries, setting audiences alight from Moscow to San Francisco.

November 10 features the heavenly harmonies of The Lasses. Sophie Janna and Margot Merah sing together like sisters and specialize in stories and songs that are as relevant today as when they were first written.

Molly's Revenge performs December 12 for the Cultural Center's beloved Winter-dance celebration. This holiday concert will include new and old Christmas songs and a compliment of Irish dancers.

January 12 features an ensemble by Irish accordionist Johnny B. Connolly and songwriter/guitarist Casey Neill performing traditional Scottish and Irish songs and instrumentals with a few originals in the mix.

The Browne Sisters & George Cavanaugh make a premiere performance on February 6. Known for their entertaining personalities, they are one of the most popular Celtic groups performing today.

Téada, a traditional band with worldwide reach, performs on March 15. Irish Music Magazine describes the band as fiercely familiar to the old ways and a cutting edge for the next generation.

Solo fiddler Kevin Burke takes the stage on April 12. Never one to be restricted by geography or genre, his decades-long career has seen several innovative collaborations with notable musicians of differing styles including such distinguished performers as Arlo Guthrie, Kate Bush, Christy Moore and the Bothy Band.

The Celtic Series concludes on May 14 with a performance by Banshee In The Kitchen. This quartet plays with eclectic skill and merry abandon, taking traditional tunes and stirring it up with trademark playfulness and musicality they term "banshee-fying."

Lincoln City Cultural Center, 540 NE Hwy 101 (541) 994-9994
Lincoln City Announces Second Annual Celtic Season Series of Music & Dance