As stated by the Boston Irish Reporter, "Jennifer certainly has a voice made for the concert hall". This summer, you will have the chance to enjoy that concert hall voice. Join The Jennifer Licko band for their 2016 "Celtic Summer Nights" Tour. With the release of several new albums from the band members this summer, long time fans and those new to Jennifer's music will enjoy an edgy side of Jennifer's Celtic Folk music. Audiences can expect to hear some long time favorites of Jennifer's Celtic Music repetoire, but will also enjoy many new tunes both in Scots Gaelic and English. Celtic Music Magazine is saying that "Jennifer Licko could very well be the heir-apparent to Canada’s Loreena McKennitt and Clannad’s Maire Brennan".
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
How much are tickets at the door?
Tickets at the door will be $25 + service fees of $2.37
Can I reserve my seat?
You are welcome to reserve a better seat in advance. Choose the reserve seating ticket which offers the best seats in the house. A limited number of reserved seats are available and this ticket option closes a week prior to the show.
If I buy the CD Package Seating, when do I receive my cds?
You just show your ticket at the CD/Merch table at the concert and your CDs will be waiting for you. If you are unable to attend the concert, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with an image of your ticket or your order number and I will personally mail you the cds at my expense.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No. You can either bring the printed ticket or an e-ticket from your smart phone. When you make a ticket purchase you'll receive a confirmation message by e-mail, with your ticket(s) attached. Please either print your ticket or download the event brite app to your smart phone so that your e-ticket or printed ticket can be presented at the door on the evening of the concert. (If you made a multiple-ticket purchase, be sure to print out all tickets.)
The name on the ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes, that's OK, as long as each attendee has a ticket. (Each ticket admits one person.) The name on the ticket(s) will be that of the person who made the purchase, which means that in the case of multiple-ticket purchases, all tickets will bear the name of the purchaser.