Lisa Kelly to perform at The Fred Saturday night
The Fred Amphitheater and Lisa Kelly Voice Academy are joining forces to bring a special concert to Peachtree City May 10 presented by Kelly Porter Productions.
The concert will feature former Celtic Woman, Lisa Kelly, along with special guests, Chloe Agnew and Paul Byrom as they bring a bit of Ireland to Peachtree City’s 2,500 seat outdoor amphitheater.
Tickets are still available for the concert and may be purchased at either the Fred box office or online at ticketalternative.com. Reserved seats range from $40-$50 and lawn seats may be purchased for $35.
A limited number of picnic tables are available and priced at $330 for six and can be upgraded to seat eight for an additional $55 per seat.
Multi-platinum selling recording artist, singer and actor, Lisa Kelly, hails from Dublin, Ireland. Best known to audiences worldwide through her performances with Irish music phenomenon, Celtic Woman.
As a founding member of Celtic Woman, for nine years Lisa has toured the globe performing in some of the most prestigious venues, including, Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, O2 World Arenas and Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado, to name but a few.
Kelly has also performed at the White House on several occasions for the last three Presidents of the United States of America, and has frequently appeared on hit TV shows, such as, Dancing With The Stars, The Today Show, Kelly and Regis and Good Morning America.
Lisa with Celtic Woman has entertained over 5 million people world wide with their live concerts, well over a billion people through their TV concert specials and has sold more than 6 million CD’s and DVDs combined, and still holds the ground breaking record of 52 consecutive weeks at the number one spot on Billboards World Music Charts.
The Fred gates open at 6:30 p.m. for this performance with opening act James Casto performing at 7 p.m. and the Irish Ceili Band performing at 7:35 p.m. For more information about the show, call The Fred Box Office at 770-631-0630 or visit www.amphitheater.org