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Celtic Woman Celebration Tour Postponed

Mar. 13, 2020

Richmond, Virginia (March 13, 2020)A message from Celtic Woman:


Unfortunately, the current Celtic Woman Celebration tour has been postponed. First and foremost, our primary concern is the safety and wellness of our audiences, cast and crew. We are carefully monitoring developments regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) and are following the recommendations from the CDC and are communicating with the local venues regarding what local authorities are saying. Tickets for the March 15 concert in Richmond will be honored at a to-be-announced rescheduled date in 2021. Rescheduled tour dates will be announced soon. For more information check celticwoman.com.



For additional information contact the Altria Theater Marketing Team:

Tim Miller, Director of Sales & Marketing, tmiller@asmrichmond.com
Samantha Sawyer, Senior Marketing Manager, ssawyer@asmrichmond.com
Elise Gibson, Digital Marketing Manager, egibson@asmrichmond.com


About Altria Theater

Originally opening its doors as a mosque in 1927, and completing a major renovation in 2014, Altria Theater was designed in Moorish Revival architectural style and is one of the best known and most striking buildings in Richmond, Virginia. It is located just west of the city’s downtown in the heart of the Virginia Commonwealth University campus, directly across from historic Monroe Park, and is the largest theater between New York and Atlanta. The 200,000 square foot theater has a seating capacity of 3,600 and hosts an enormously successful Broadway in Richmond series, the nationally acclaimed Richmond Forum, as well as countless concerts, kids shows, and comedians. In addition to the theater, the building boasts a beautiful Egyptian-styled ballroom and an abundance of functional space for corporate events, fundraisers, weddings, and private parties.