>>>Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy: A Celtic Family Christmas
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Show Times:

November 29, 2017 • 7:30 pm

Merrill Auditorium, Portland

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Sock & Glove Drive
Win a chance for an Exclusive Meet and Greet with Natalie and Donnell!

Join Portland Ovations in a holiday sock and glove drive to benefit Preble Street. Bring a NEW pair or package of socks or gloves (for adult men or women) to the performance and be entered in a raffle to win a chance to meet Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy.

Preble Street provides services to empower people experiencing problems with homelessness, housing, hunger, and poverty, and advocates for solutions to these problems.

 

 


Natalie MacMaster returns to the Merrill stage, and this time she’s bringing the whole family with her. Cape Breton’s favorite fiddling phenom is joined by husband Donnell Leahy—an award-winning fiddle virtuoso in his own right—and an incredible array of talented musicians (including their children) for this special holiday concert. Ushering in the Yuletide spirit with a lineup of holiday favorites intermingled with classic Celtic songs and dance, A Celtic Family Christmas is a joyous celebration that welcomes audiences in as part of the MacMaster-Leahy clan.

…will raise you up and leave you misty-eyed.”
— THE GUARDIAN

Venue

Merrill Auditorium, Portland
20 Myrtle Street
Portland, ME 04101 United States
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Phone:
207.842.0800
Website:
http://portlandmaine.gov/574/Merrill-Auditorium

A beautifully restored 1,900-seat performance venue, this majestic hall is one of the gems of Portland’s downtown Arts District and is located near many excellent restaurants.

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Parking: Parking is available for a nominal fee at “Central Parking Services” on the corner of Congress and Pearl Streets (this lot offers some accessible parking spaces) and at the “Top of the Old Port” on Pearl Street (off of Congress).