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calendar / Calendar Disclaimer
« on: August 17, 2019, 01:55:38 PM »
While we try to keep the calendar information on the forum accurate, we do not and cannot guarantee the accuracy of the dates or details of any of the events.

Please ensure that you check with the ticket seller/reseller, the venue, or any other entity you feel is appropriate to ensure you have the correct information and that the information hasn't changed before you attend the event.

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calendar / Calendar Event Formatting
« on: August 17, 2019, 01:49:32 PM »
The Calendar on the forum has two parts to it:

1. Calendar events

Those appear in the graphical Calendar that can be accessed with the Calendar button under the forum banner).
You edit the events by clicking on the little icon to the left of the event title in the graphical calendar.
The text in the Event Title field is what appears in the graphical version of the calendar.

There calendar entries are presented in a very compact space, so we've decided the topic titles should contain only the most important information (the performer, the tour name if applicable, and the city).

The event titles shouldn't include the date, since the date is represented by other properties in the calendar entry.

Additional details can be entered in calendar board entries (see below).


2. Calendar board entries

You get to those by pressing on the event in the graphical calendar or by viewing the topics in the Calendar board from the main board page.

The events themselves don't have a field where you can enter details, but the calendar entries are linked to topics in the Calendar board by default. When you create a calendar entry, the forum is configured to automatically create a topic in the Calendar board for you. You can enter details about the event in those topics.

The Subject field is what appears in the topic of the Calendar board. The Event Title and topic Subject don't have to be identical. The topics in the Calendar board don't show the dates, so we've decided on a format for putting the date in the Calendar board subjects.

The format we've chosen is a numerical representation of the date at the very beginning of the Subject field. We're going to use format YYYY-MM-DD since that will allow someone to (in theory) sort the calendar events in that board by event date (you can see the events in chronological order, regardless of when the topic was created or last modified). To sort them that way, press on the Subject heading in the Calendar board.

Here's an example of how to format the event topic and subject of a calendar event for a concert on September 15, 2019 in Dublin, Ireland (this is a hypothetical event, so don't get too excited):

Event Topic (these need to be kept short):
CW: Grand Reunion (Dublin)

Subject:
2019-09-15 - Celtic Woman: Grand Reunion Tour (Dublin, Ireland)

The Subject should probably include the performer (ie. Chloë, Mairead N, Celtic Woman) and the tour name if applicable, but there's lots of flexibility for how that can be done. The most important thing is to have a properly formatted date in YYYY-MM-DD format at the very start of the Subject so it will sort properly.

Please let us know if there are any questions.

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calendar / 2019-09-06 - Celtic Woman: Ancient Land Deluxe Album release
« on: August 16, 2019, 07:51:16 PM »
Release of the Celtic Woman: Ancient Land Deluxe digital album.

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calendar / 2020-03-07 - Chloë (Buford, GA)
« on: August 15, 2019, 09:15:58 PM »
Chloe
Buford Community Center Theatre
2200 Buford Hwy
Buford, GA

Saturday, March 7, 2020
8:00 PM

Show info: https://www.bufordcommunitycenter.com/event/chloe-agnew-live-in-concert/

Tickets: $30-35

Click here for tickets.

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calendar / 2019-12-03 - Chloë: Pops Christmas (Englewood, FL)
« on: August 15, 2019, 09:07:41 PM »
Pops Christmas
Chloë with the Atlanta Pops Orchestra
Englewood Performing Arts Series

December 3, 2019

Found the show on this site:
http://englewoodpas.org/

That currently refers people to the Atlanta Pops site for more information:

However, the Atlanta Pops site doesn't have the concert information listed yet.

This calendar entry can be updated with the venue and additional information once that information is available.

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calendar / 2020-03-27 - Chloë (Dublin)
« on: August 15, 2019, 07:21:50 PM »
Chloë Agnew Live in Concert

Theatre Dublin
Dublin, Ireland

March 27, 2020
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost: $20

https://www.visitdublinga.org/events/chloe-agnew-live-in-concert/

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calendar / 2019-09-21 - Chloë (Co Wexford, Ireland)
« on: August 15, 2019, 07:12:55 PM »
September 21, 2019
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
The Church of the Assumption, Our Lady's Island
Eardownes Great, Co Wexford, Ireland

Tickets:
10.85 - 22.20 Euros
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/original-celtic-woman-star-chloe-agnew-live-in-concert-tickets-69148752781


Caution!
There are two conflicting locations for this show:


According to Everbrite and the venue's Facebook page:

The Church of the Assumption, Our Lady's Island
Eardownes Great
Ireland

But according to Bandsintown:

The Church of the Assumption, Our Lady's Island
Newcastle Great Park
United Kingdom

Since the tickets are available on Everbrite and there's a post from the Irish venue on Facebook about it, I'm reasonably sure the Irish location is correct.

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calendar / 2020-01-24 - Lisa L: Tradfest (Dublin)
« on: August 15, 2019, 08:59:29 AM »
January 24, 2020
7:30 PM

Pepper Canister Church
Dublin, Ireland
General Admission: €21.99 incl. booking fee
Doors 19:30 | Performance starts 20:00

Click HERE for tickets.

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Chloë is one of the performers in All Star Country Spectacular, part of the Valerie's Music Festival.

Featured performers are Chloë Agnew, Foster & Allen, Matt Leavy (and probably surprise guest Nathan Carter).

Valerie's of Aughrim
Ballinasloe, Co Galway
Thursday, August 22
Doors open 8 PM
25 Euros

Site: https://www.valeriesofaughrim.com/

Click here for the flyer.

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Lynn Hilary / An Chuilfhionn / The Coolin
« on: August 07, 2019, 05:02:16 PM »
Lynn just released her new single An Chuilfhionn / The Coolin.

She has a way of making you feel every note she sings, doesn't she?

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Hayley News / Hayley's Engaged!
« on: August 07, 2019, 07:14:17 AM »
Hayley got engaged on August 7th to Chris McFarland.

They're both musicians so hopefully they will inspire each other in both work and in life.

Wishing them both the best!

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Celtic Woman / CWazy Christmas (2019)
« on: August 04, 2019, 12:32:09 AM »
I guess I didn't get my fill of flying to concerts in May, so I'm doing it again in December, in spite of the significantly increased risk of weather delays.

I have a ticket to Celtic Woman in Denver (Dec 8) and 'Tis the Season (featuring Chloe Agnew with the Atlanta pops, Dec 6) and Meet and Greet tickets to Tim Janis's show in Detroit, Dec 10 (which I suspect will feature Mairead Nesbitt and possibly Lynn as well).

But this time I'm going to delay booking because there's still a lot that could change about that weekend, as Tracie and VegasDavid well know as I've been waging a battle with myself over this for weeks.

There is a chance Alex will be performing in Toronto Dec 7. She has performed with the Upper Canada Chorus for their Christmas show once before (Orla has performed the UCC twice in that show). I have missed Alex too many times now, so if she does a show there, I'm seeing her and everything else that weekend will have to work around it. But sadly, I won't know the special guest for that show in Toronto until probably the second half of September. I can't wait that long on a slim chance that Alex might be in Toronto. If she is, I guess I'll just eat the cost of the ticket to see Chloe and see Alex instead.

But it could get crazier. I suspect that Chloë might do another show in Georgia the night after her orchestra show. It could be a solo show, which could possibly feature Lisa K. Or it could be a Lisa K show that could feature Chloe. Which of those it is could make a huge difference. If it's Chloe's show, her M+G would be the same night, so I could get to meet Lisa. If it's Lisa's show, her M+G (if any) would probably be on the Sunday morning. Since the Celtic Woman concert in Denver is in the afternoon, I'd have to take an early morning flight to Denver. So if Lisa Kelly does a show on Saturday and a M+G on Sunday, I'd have to choose between a Lisa M+G and CW for the second time this year. This time, I'd be sticking around to meet Lisa.

Sooo, here are the possibilities so far.

1) If Alex is in Toronto Dec 7, I skip Chloe's show in Roswell, GA.

Sat, Dec 7: The Wonder of Christmas (Toronto)
Sun, Dec 8: Celtic Woman: The Best of Christmas (Denver)
Tues, Dec 10: Tim Janis w/ M+G (Detroit, featuring Mairead Nesbitt and possibly Lynn)

2) If Alex is not in Toronto Dec 7 and if there's a show on Saturday in GA too, I might have to skip the CW show in Denver:

Fri, Dec 6: 'Tis the Season (Roswell, GA, featuring Chloe with Atlanta Pops)
Sat, Dec 7: Chloe and/or Lisa in Georgia
Sun, Dec 8: CW: The Best of Christmas (Denver) OR Lisa M+G (Georgia)
Tues, Dec 10: Tim Janis w/ M+G (Detroit, featuring Mairead Nesbitt and possibly Lynn)

... and just for good measure, I'm going to the Celtic Woman: Best of Christmas show in Milwaukee on Dec 21.

So now I wait and see:
- Who is the guest with the Upper Canada Chorus in Toronto?
- Is Lisa and/or Chloe doing a show in Georgia on Saturday, Dec 7? And if so, who's show is it an is there a M+G on Sunday?

There's a possibility I'll be flying to Atlanta twice in the same week if Lisa Kelly does her show on a separate weekend.

Do you have a headache after reading all that? I know I do. Celtic Woman is one of the best things that ever happened to me but sometimes I get the feeling like they're conspiring to drive me insane.

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Lisa Lambe / Happy Birthday Lisa Lambe
« on: August 01, 2019, 06:12:40 PM »
Happy Birthday Lisa!

Each day in the year ahead, may the sun be so lucky as to rise and set to the beautiful sound of your voice.

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Alex Sharpe / Sacred Lullabies
« on: August 01, 2019, 05:07:19 PM »
No, it's not Alex's EP.

But Alex does perform on Camille Nelson's upcoming album Sacred Lullabies, which is scheduled to release August 23, 2019!

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Emerald / Emerald Tour: Set List(s)
« on: July 30, 2019, 05:30:26 PM »
Emerald Tour: Set List

Here's one of the set lists that was posted from the Emerald Tour.

Recall that Lisa Lambe left the tour after a about a month (18 shows) and the set list probably changed at least when Lynn took over for her.


Act 1:

The Sky, The Dawn and The Sun  (All)
Dulaman  (Lisa)
Newgrange  (Mairead C)
The Butterfly  (Mairead N) (different arrangement)
The New Ground  (Tommy)
Orinoco Flow  (Lisa, Mairead C, Susan)
The Moon's a Harsh Mistress  (Susan)
Amazing Grace (Lisa, Mairead C, Susan)
Sí Do Mhaimeó Í  (All with choir and dancers)
Two songs with Acoustic + Dancers
Teir Abhaile Riu  (All)

Act 2:

I Know My Love  (Mairead C)
Bridge Over Troubled Water  (Lisa)
The Call  (Susan)
Ray's Bodhran solo
Nil Se'n La  (All)
Granuaile's Dance  (Mairead N)
Danny Boy  (All)
Mo Ghile Mear  (All)
You Raise Me Up  (All)
The Parting Glass  (All)
Finale  (All) (new arrangement)

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