Lord Of The Dance - Tournee 2024

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Lord Of The Dance - Tournee 2024

It is the most successful touring show in the history of the entertainment industry and it enjoys an excellent international reputation: since its premiere, "Lord of the Dance" has visited more than 1,000 venues around the world

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More than 60 million people in 60 countries on all continents were thrilled. The breathtaking, thrilling, magical show became one of the most successful dance productions in the world within a very short time. In 2022, nearly 100,000 spectators attended the grand anniversary tour of "Lord of the Dance." In 2024, "Lord of the Dance" returns to the big stages of Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

The adventurous journey to "Lord of the Dance" began with Michael Flatley's dream of putting on the greatest Irish dance show in the world. With great determination, courage, unconditional belief in himself, ambition, hard work and, of course, incredible talent, the exceptional American dancer with Irish roots achieved something that took the world's breath away: with his spectacular intermission performance at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994, he caused a standing ovation with an overwhelming performance that even eclipsed the actual event. The rest is history and impressive proof of Flatley's belief that "nothing is impossible. Follow your dreams."

The extent of the phenomenal success of "Lord of the Dance" is still immense and unbroken today - almost 30 years later: Michael Flatley hit an international audience of millions around the globe right at the heart, received countless awards, broke theater records worldwide and helped the art of traditional Irish dance to world fame and unprecedented global recognition. The unique combination of energetic dance at the highest artistic level, amazing aerial acrobatics, original Celtic music, clever yet entertaining storytelling, and a subtle sensuality has captivated audiences around the world. An audience that is equally captivated regardless of age, gender or cultural background. With its timeless, universal appeal, "Lord of the Dance" has become a modern wonder of the world and embodies the myth of a living legend.

In the spring of 2024, the famous "clack" will finally be heard again on the stages. With some sensational innovations and original advancements, Michael Flatley will not simply revive the original concept of "Lord of the Dance," but rather translate it into today's world, enchanting entirely new generations of fans. Described by the Los Angeles Times as a "showpiece extravaganza," the show will transport audiences to a time and place of myth and fantasy with more than 150,000 taps per performance, and will literally take audiences by storm with an explosive mix of thrilling performances, an artfully staged lightshow and spectacular pyrotechnics. Fans can look forward to a fantastic journey with sophisticated costumes and sensational choreography as well as state-of-the-art technology, lighting effects and numerous moments of surprise: 40 of the world's most outstanding young dancers, directed by Michael Flatley and featuring new music by composer Gerard Fahy, will present a show that combines the best of tradition, entertainment, music and dance.

Runtime: Wed, 03/04/2024 to Sat, 11/05/2024

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