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Masters Concert

Masters of Scottish Arts Concert at Pantages Theater


 We thank the Tacoma News Tribune for their support of the 2014 Masters of Scottish Arts Concert!


February 7, 2014, 7:30 pm at Pantages Theater, Tacoma, WA, This concert presents world class performers in a world class venue! The Pantages Theater, part of the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts, comes to life at the sound of pipes and drums during this evening of colorful and exciting music and dance. In this historic venue, you’ll hear piping, drumming and fiddling in a way that you just can’t imagine. Flying fingers and tunes being played with unbelievable precision – the Scottish people have a reputation for fun and celebration – and this concert is exactly that. Whether you have just arrived in Tacoma from Glasgow, or aren’t the least bit Scottish and have never heard a bagpipe before, this performance has something for everyone!

Beginning October 1, 2013, single General Admission tickets may be purchased directly from the Broadway Center (Pantages Theatre) ticket page and are $45 each; balcony seats are available for $30 (plus convenience fees). Celtic Arts Foundation members, and groups of 4 or more, receive a $10.00 discount on each ticket, when they provide the necessary discount code when purchasing ticekts! If you are a member, or part of a group, and would like to purchase discounted tickets for this event, go to our ticketing page for further instruction. To become a member, visit our membership page.

Flying Scotsman Bus to Pantages Theater

We’re very pleased to once again offer a roundtrip bus transportation option for those Celtic Arts Foundation members and friends traveling from the North to Tacoma for the Masters of Scottish Arts Concert at Pantages Theater on February 7th. Tickets for transportation may be purchased on our Flying Scotsman Ticketing page.

Community Treasure

This historic facility, which opened in 1918, was designed after a theater at Versailles. To find out more, visit the Pantages Theater website.