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Experience Celtic Fyre Like Never Before

June 9, 2010

Celtic Fyre, the new Broadway style show, is getting rave reviews at Busch Gardens. With a cast as talented as this one, it’s bound to happen. I got a chance to sit down with some of them to talk about the show, and about themselves. It was actually quite interesting.

Not only are our dancers from across the country but some are from the other side of the world. Lead dancer Eanna from Ireland has been dancing for more than 20 years. His years of experience definitely assist with taking this show to the new level. It’s fun to talk with him about where he is from, and listen to his thick Irish accent. Meeting the cast and relating to them on a more personal level helps you to appreciate the show more and makes it more enjoyable.

Want a chance to meet our amazing dancers and singers yourself? Come out and take part in the Celtic Fyre Insider tour. It’s a great opportunity to experience the show closer than you’ve ever thought possible.

From the moment you walk into the Celtic Fyre Inn, you get a warm sensation even amongst the soothing air conditioning. As you are escorted to your reserved seating at the very front of the theatre you notice a fire is roaring to the right as the warm lights flicker over the bar on stage. You can’t help but feel like you are in an authentic Irish pub in the heart of Dublin.

Your reserved seating is better than front row. They are tables that actually extend from the stage. You are literally feet away from the action and see the show from a whole new perspective.

As the performers take the stage, you are amazed at the level of talent from the singers and dancers and are taken aback by this whole new view. You notice more and feel more involved as the music from the live performance engulfs you. One of the most interesting aspects of the reserved seating is that the performers actually come out and perform Irish dance right on your table. These moves will be sure to add to the level of excitement as you watch in awe. But watch your fingers, their feet are fast.

The show concludes and the guests leave Abbey Stone Theatre, but not you. Have questions about the show? Your tour guide is there to answer them. Learn about the production from start to finish and more. Want to meet some of the cast?. Three main characters of the show come out on stage to join you. You’ve never been this close to Celtic Fyre before.

Ask all your questions and take all the pictures you want. Get to know some of the cast on a more personal level, like I did. Learn about how they got where they are today, or maybe ask them for some dancing tips. It’s the ultimate experience for someone with the love of theater.

Want more information about the tour? Find it on our website, http://www.buschgardens.com/bgw/CP/?page=BehindScenes. This is one experience you won’t want to miss.

Rob
Park Operations Manager at Busch Gardens

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. June 9, 2010 10:46 am

    The 25 or so minute show is top quality from the start till the end. I do wish it was longer, but what a show. This is broadway quality! Do not miss it. We sat at those tables once and its great fun being up that close. You feel like part of the show. Thank you Busch Gardens for producing a show like this. I do hope to see much more live entertainment next year. What you have is great but the park needs more like in its past.
    Anyway when you visit Busch Gardens do not miss Celtic Fyre, in my view it is the highlight of the park!

  2. Brian permalink
    June 9, 2010 7:31 pm

    you obviously did not see Emerald Beat.Celtic fyre sucks big time and in my opinion its a waste of 25 min that i will never get back in my life ugh

    But i have heard rumours about emerald beat coming abck i wonder if they are true ??

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