€25, €32.50 & €35*
Group discounts available
Ireland’s Greatest Voices – The Three Tenors in Concert – are back with their Big Annual Mother’s Day Special.
Creating a storm around the country, Ireland’s favourite trio, Shane, Dominic, and Derek– collectively The Three Tenors Ireland - have been the only Irish trio act to perform annually for the past five years in such prestigious venues as the National Concert Hall Dublin (with important fan President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins in attendance), Cork Opera House, Dublin’s Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Castle, and recent sell-outs in Belfast Waterfront Hall, Belfast Lyric Theatre. They perform up to 100 concerts annually in major venues throughout Ireland & UK. The Irish trio has regularly appeared on both BBC and RTE.
RTE award-winners Dominic, Shane, and Derek promise a magical night to remember as they perform an exciting Celtic flavoured programme, Homes of Donegal, Spanish Lady, Caledonia, Sweet Sixteen and uplifting songs made famous by world superstars including Sinatra (My Way), The Dubliners (Wild Rover) and Pavarotti (O Sole Mio/Nessun Dorma). This thrilling concert is a classic-mix packed with a beautiful superb selection of special songs Everybody Hurts from R.E.M. Immortality from Bee Gees, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Time to say Goodbye - something for everyone!
The Three Tenors Ireland, were selected by Irish Government to headline 1916 Centenary State Reception in Dublin Castle, Easter Sunday March 2016 for 3000 special invited guests from around the world. Regarded as the friendliest Irish vocal trio, they were the headliners to perform for the sell-out European Premiere for the film Lincoln in 2013 sharing the stage with leading stars –Sinead O’Connor, Shane McGowan and Chris De Burgh. Among the attendance were Hollywood stars Daniel Day Lewis, Steven Spielberg and Sally Field (who all singled out the trio requesting to meet them after performance & are big fans).
The Three Tenors Ireland, were selected to perform a unique part for the opening of the 50th International Eucharistic Congress both in the RDS and in Croke Park Stadium Dublin June 2012 in front of an audience of up to 100,000 people.
*Tickets may be subject to a booking fee