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Schenectady, NY - International megastars Celtic Thunder are revved up to storm the Mainstage at Proctors arts and entertainment complex on Tuesday, Sept. 18 with Voyage, a brand new show that explores the diversity of traditional and contemporary Celtic music-that broad group of musical genres that evolved out of the folk musical traditions of the Celtic people of Western Europe. The ensemble performances in this thrilling evening highlight the diversity of Irish music and song, from the powerful rendition of Dulaman to the love song Maid of Culmore. The solo performances are equally wonderful and showcase the musical talent of each member. Voyage depicts the journey of musical development that each soloist has undertaken since the beginning of Celtic Thunder four years ago. Voyage is also the first Celtic Thunder show where we see the vocalists pick up various instruments. Recently hailed as Billboard's Top World Music Artist, Celtic Thunder continues to pay homage to the musical culture and traditions of Ireland. See for Yourself https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZXOgPQxSmo&feature=player_embedded Tickets Available Now! Ticket prices for Celtic Thunder - Voyage at Proctors on Tues., Sept. 18, are: $20, $35, $50, $65 & $75 and available at Proctors Box Office (518-346-6204) or online at proctors.org. Running Time for Celtic Thunder - Voyage is 120 minutes, which includes an intermission. Free parking for Celtic Thunder - Voyage at Proctors on Tues., Sept. 18, is available in the Broadway Garage. Celtic Thunder - Voyage at Proctors is sponsored by Hill, Gosdeck & McGraw and Specialized Audio Visual Inc. Celtic Thunder - Voyage at Proctors on Tues., Sept. 18 at Proctors is made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, celebrating 50 years of building strong, creative communities in New York State's 62 counties. ABOUT PROCTORS Proctors in Downtown Schenectady, NY, offers more than 1,700 events a year to close to 600,000 visitors and residents of New York State's Capital Region. As a charitable, cultural and educational non-profit organization, Proctors depends on membership, donations and grants to bring exciting shows and excellent educational and community events to the Capital Region. Income from ticket sales pays for only 67 percent of the cost of running Proctors.