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Positive Reaction

April 9, 2010

We’ve received a lot of feedback about our newest show, Celtic Fyre, and we are very pleased with the reactions we have been getting. We have read all the comments and appreciate your input.

Currently, we are still in, what we call, “previews” for the show. What does that mean? Well, we are still tweaking certain numbers to get the best possible reaction from our guests. We look at our song selection, stage presence, audience response, and general flow of the show to give you the best entertainment that we can. We are also continuing to add to our set. The show continues to get better and better.

Some other exciting news, we are currently installing a new lobby refreshment area. It will serve both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages for your pleasure. You will soon be able to grab a drink and bring it to the show. We are hoping to have it ready to go by the time we open next weekend

Make sure you come out and see the show. It truly is spectacular. For all of those who have seen the show, thank you so much for your input. Please come and see it again. If you haven’t had a chance to see it yet, make sure to come join the celebration.

Phil
Entertainment Manager at Busch Gardens

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. Marcus permalink
    April 14, 2010 11:50 am

    It’s a great show! Everytime I have seen it, it just gets better and better!

  2. Keith permalink
    April 18, 2010 4:57 pm

    I have to say the other shows “Emerald Beat and Irish Thunder” were by far so much better. i saw this show last week for the first time and thought it was very slow moving, boring,i really could not wait to get out of there to be honest. if i was to discribe this show to anyone i would just say its ” just another Theme Park show” the other shows there were so much better than any other theme show park i have ever seen before but this just ticks all the boxes of a THEME PARK SHOW ”

    It lacked excitement and most of all Great dancers. the dancing was horrible. i really does not make it IRISH most of the dancers and the performers are American, thats just distasteful. Whoever produced that show or had anything to do with it must not know anything about a great show casue this was HORRIBLE

  3. Bryan permalink
    April 18, 2010 10:34 pm

    I really enjoyed the show. I liked the singing being combined with the dancing. The “duel” scene was a bit longer than I would have liked… More group dancing would be better. The one thing lacking was the special effects and amazing lighting effects of the past 2 shows. I would rank the show #2 out of the 3 total Irish Shows. #3 is Irish Thunder and # 1 is still Emerald Beat.

  4. caryn permalink
    April 23, 2010 11:00 am

    I was really excited about the mew show opening, because, as we all know, Busch Gardens rarely disappoints. I think the singers were really good, and the dancing was good, but the story did seem to go on too long. There were lots of parts where you are watching and wondering how much longer. I would definitely not recommend this for people with young children, unless they have really good attention spans. I had 5 kids with me when I saw it ranging in age from 3 to 11. The 11 year old boy thought the girls were pretty (lol) but that was the only positive thing they had to say about it.

    The show has a good base, and I can tell you guys have been working really hard, but I would like to see more dancing and to see the story move more quickly.

    I would also like to send a shout-out to the lady singer from about 2/3 into the show. She starts on the staircase. She has an amazing voice, and I would love to hear much more from her.

  5. Jake permalink
    May 28, 2010 12:26 am

    Celtic Fyre is a fantastic show (I saw it three times in one weekend!). I visit several theme parks around the country every summer, and I’ve never seen anything like this before. Very creative idea mixing Irish dance with a broadway-style production. Celtic Fyre definitely rivals some of the shows I’ve seen at the Disney parks.

    I do have to agree with Caryn though. It was a bit slow in parts. I’d say the worst part was the No Nay Never song. Having the cast members come to the audience was interesting — however it was awkward, and it left the stage blank. Sitting near the middle of the front section, the whole song was boring to watch. But other than that, again, great job on this one Busch!

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