USA Tour
Special Guest Appearance Michael Flatley
4 weeks, 17 cities Feb 19th - Mar 17th

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  • May God bless all affected by the Tainan earthquake. My cast and crew had just left the city. We pray at this time for those less fortunate
  • Very sad news about Sir Terry Wogan. What a legend. May he rest in peace. #SirTerryWogan
  • US tour is coming soon. Don't miss it! Tickets available at

  • Our U.S. tour starts in 3 weeks! This is your last chance to see Michael live on stage! Get your tickets here
  • US fans can own Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games on Digital HD 2/16 Blu-ray & DVD on 3/1:
  • Thanks to everyone at the Playhouse Theatre and the Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games cast for a successful run. After the final show today the cast prepare for the World Tour 2016 beginning in Taiwan. I'll join them in the US for my final tour.

  • Congratulations on 18 months of sell out shows on London's West End. I'm so proud of my cast. Ready for the world tour now!

  • RT @irishtv: Thank you @MichaelFlatley for the kind words it was wonderful to see you!
  • Telling jokes on a recent photoshoot! Steady on!
  • Michael recently helped launch Down Syndrome Ireland’s annual charity motorcycle challenge ‘Revup4DSI’. Motorcyclists across Ireland are preparing to take to the open road for the DSI event which takes place 30th April – 2nd May Photo: Gerard McCarthy

  • Almost time to leave the ghost lamp on permanently. Michael's final shows in the US coming soon.

  • Here's a behind the scenes look at Michael's entrance for Planet Ireland. Click here for tickets!

  • Time to take a rest before the US tour, after a busy year gone by. Hope to see you soon!

  • Saddened to hear of David Bowie's passing. He was a one off a kind creative genius. May he rest in peace. #DavidBowie

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  • To Michael flatley I have seen you in concert several times with my dad. His grandad was all Ireland dancer an amazing show man. Peolle uzed to travel miles see him dance We were know in 1940 as the dancer lanigan. Our family are so proud of you . my daughter is learning to do Irish dancing and aspire to dance on stage. My nephew also learning . I just wanted y to know that it RUns in the family down generation. Well done. No need to reply I know how busy you are . I brining my 6 year old daughter to your show. The gril who daneces in your show was trained by my daughter dance teacher so it a small world all the best well done . Florence lanigan

    Feb 04, 2016
  • Dear Michael Flately, you are the reason I fell in love 20 years ago with Ireland, the culture, music and dancing. You are pure magic on stage and it is mesmerizing. You truly are blessed with a wonderful talent. I will finally be able to see you live in Las Vegas March 17th at Ceasars Palace. I would love the opportunity to meet you in person. God bless you and thank you for being an inspiration and for bringing the music to life.


    Feb 02, 2016
  • Hi Mr Michael Flatley. It was a honor and a great pleasure to see you on Broadway right after Christmas 2015'. I was greatly surprised with the Christmas gift I received from my Children Debbie and Hubby Wayne, 3 of my Grandchildren Thomas, Tara, and Tina, and my son Steven. I cried then, and 2 days later when family sat me in my seat in the Broadway Show, I was still crying. By the time I finally saw you come out and dance, I was Hysterical. After the show we waited for you at the stage door. When we met, you held my hand and was hugging me, while my granddaughter took pictures. You are the nicest, and sweetest person that I have ever known. I did forget to tell you that when I was a child, I took Irish step dancing lessons for about 5 yrs growing up in the Bronx NY. I am a 76 yr. old senior, and as long as I left in my lifetime I will always remember meeting you Mr. Flatley. May God bless you and keep you well...,<3...

    Feb 01, 2016
  • I and my daughters love Lord of the dance my daughters watch the VHS all the time wore it out. I just want to say thank you inspired them to things they would never try or do.

    Feb 01, 2016
  • Michael,

    I am so excited to finally have the opportunity to see you dance live. I am a TCRG in west Michigan and your role in Riverdance is quite literally the reason I started dancing – and not just because Riverdance was a great show. As the story goes, my aunt, Clare Brennan, had a friend named Beata Flatley who worked with her at Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills, California back in the mid 1990s. Beata knew that Clare was from Ireland, and one day she gave her a pre-release copy of a show called Riverdance , saying that her husband Michael had starred in it and that she thought Clare’s young nieces might enjoy it. I was six at the time. I almost wore that VHS copy of Riverdance to bits – and Irish dancing became my life. At my first dancing competition at the Irish Heritage Center in San Francisco, Dennis Dennehy gave me my first medals in the Light Jig and the Reel – and now, more than 20 years later, I am a teacher with my very own school in Grand Rapids Michigan called Scoil Rince Ni Bhraonain, just a few miles up the road from Chicago where you started your own journey. We followed the opening of your show in New York while cheering on Cian Smith, the son of Michael Smith, who was one of my teachers growing up – and now you’re coming to Michigan! I’m bringing some of my students to your March 1st show in Auburn Hills, Michigan, and since this will be the only time I get to see you dance live, I want to take this chance to thank you for everything. Michael, it would be an honor to meet you & I know my students would love it, but of course, I understand what tour life must be like and seeing you dance will be enough a gift in itself. Thank you for bringing so much life to the world of Irish dancing. Yes, people now refer to our art form as 'riverdancing' and I for one know exactly what part you played in that. Best of luck on your tour and I'll see you on the stage in Michigan.

    -Elizabeth Brennan

    Jan 31, 2016
  • Can not wait, so excited I got the tickets for Christmas and bringing 3 of my friends. I have been to see you several times, never a disappointment, except that you will retire soon, wow

    Jan 29, 2016
  • I have loved the Lord of the Dance ever since I was about 8 or 9 years old when I first saw it on VHS and I'm 25 now. I remember watching it and thinking this is incredible, I still get that very same feeling when I watch it. I saw the show live for the first time a few years ago and I can't wait until next year when it's Birmingham again, I have just brought my tickets, I just know it will be amazing

    Jan 26, 2016
  • Wow amazing I went to see the show (dangerous games) at London PlayHouse theatre wow it blow my mind it was so good I watch it again and again it was so go. Love Lord of the dance

    Jan 25, 2016
  • I've loved Michael for years! I had Riverdance and Lord of the Dance on VHS and my brother burned them on to DVDs for me. The quality just isn't as good so I've recently been buying them on DVD. I can't find Riverdance as originally done by him, just a compilation DVD. I'm THRILLED however to have been able to buy Lord of the Dance, Feet of Flames and only recently bought and watched Michael Flatley Gold. That is GREAT! Next I'm saving to buy Celtic Tiger on DVD! I can hardly wait! I've loved Michael for years and now my niece whose in her thirties is totally hooked as well. We'll love and enjoy you always Michael, even after you've retired. Thank you for the joy and the smiles!

    Jan 22, 2016
  • good evening sig.M Michael Flatley I introduce are the Dancing Master Louis Francis Carriero live in Milan and I am a great admirer of his, and for this or decided to learn to dance the Irish dance. I would love if you could get a book where I find all the basics to learn this wonderful dance thank you Luigi Francesco Carriero soon.

    Jan 22, 2016
  • Maybe a show in Seattle?? Cried when I first saw riverdance. Saw Lord of the dance in have made we Irish proud!!

    Jan 22, 2016
  • Throughly enjoyed the show at London Play House tonight we could sit and watch it all again. Thank you

    Jan 20, 2016
  • Dear Mr Michael Flatley,

    I was first introduced to your Lord of The Dance by my Grandmum, she wanted me to see what my scottish and irish heritage was, she said this is called irish dancing. I was amazed and happy to see such beautiful storytelling with dance. I was hooked, my grandmum bought me all your dvds but I cant wait to purchase the dvd Lord of the Dance Dangerous Games. I am huge fan and so very proud of my heritage. THANK YOU MR FLATLEY for all the positively outstanding dance and never quitting. I miss seeing you and your wonderful team dance. ENJOY YOUR RETIREMENT.

    Jan 19, 2016
  • Dear Michael – your video clip „Almost time to leave the ghost lamp on …” touches me to tears. I look forward to see you again in March and I also pray that our Heavenly Father fills your heart to the fullest with deep joy and comfort about His good plan He has for you and I definitely stay tuned to what He will do.

    every day in prayer for you,

    Eva Schwarz (from Germany)

    Jan 18, 2016
  • Hello

    I remember the dancing in the interval of the 1994 - Eurovision song contest & Riverdance, plus the Lord of the Dance. I have actually danced Flamenco here in Worcester and gone to a class plus some performances.

    Underneath I understand the hard work, and energy you all must have. Best Wishes for the future. I expect I may write again.

    Penny Clarke


    Jan 18, 2016
  • Oh, the memories of just one concert! In Ohio, the outdoor ampatheater, the show was a dream! My little girl was 3 years old and I filled hear mind with your dance and love for Ireland. She starts an internship in Dublin this July. My family has always loved you. My daughter is in love with a young man from Wicklow. When I asked my daughters special friend if he knew who you were he did'nt have a clue. I could'nt understand this, really. I wrote you a letter Micheal, I could only hope you read it. I filled it with love for your dance and admiration for your relationship between you and your father. I hope someday to meet you and have a pint or as Irishman "Simon"( daughters special friend) says "Feck it and have the crack". Mr Flatley, thank you thank you thank you! Hoping to see you dance one more time, Ted Love, from Nappanee, Indiana USA.

    Jan 17, 2016

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