Tickets to Riverdance
See Riverdance Live on Stage
Our ticket prices for any of Riverdance dates are competitive and we're committed to getting you into the best seats to enjoy the live performance. Search through our large selection of Riverdance tickets and locate and purchase your seats for the show you want to attend. All our Broadway tickets are 100% guaranteed.
Theater-goers can find center stage tickets, front row tickets, upper and lower level tickets, box seats, VIP tickets, backstage passes, instant e-tickets or sold out tickets here. And next time you want to see Riverdance live, or any other Broadway production, shop here at ClickitTicket and find all kinds of show tickets on sale.
Learn More About Our Riverdance Ticket Prices
We work with a trusted and vetted network of event ticket suppliers. Ticket prices are set by the demand of the event. And you can rest easy because all our tickets are 100% guaranteed.
We offer a number of payment options for your convenience including Master Card, Visa, Discover, Diner's Club and American Express.
All ticket sales are final. Our tickets are unique and can't be replaced, therefore there are no exchanges or refunds. If an event is rescheduled or postponed, your tickets will be honored for the new date.
You can choose either standard or express delivery and you can specify special delivery instructions if necessary. Your tickets will be shipped to you using Federal Express.
Riverdance is stage show that draws inspiration from traditional Irish dance and music. The show’s dancing is famous for its heavy reliance on dramatic leg movements.
The Celtic influenced score was originally composed by Bill Whelan.
In October of 2015, to celebrate Riverdance’s 25th anniversary, a robust tour of the United States was launched. Riverdance tickets were collected in cities all over the U.S. including Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Antonio, and Philadelphia.
Riverdance came to life on April 30, 1994 as a seven-minute “interval performance act” for the Eurovision Song Contest. Their routine earned a standing ovation from audience.
Even though it was less than ten minutes long, Riverdance was so impressive that it was booked to participate at the Royal Varity Performance, in front of Prince Charles, on Nov. 28, 1994.
The first full-length performance of Riverdance occurred on Feb. 9, 1995 in Dublin. The show, which was produced by husband and wife team John McColgan and Moya Doherty, ran for five weeks and was a huge success.
Riverdance opened in London in June of 1995 and enjoyed a four-week run of sell outs. It returned in October of 1995 for a scheduled six-week run that turned into 19 weeks (151 sold out shows).
The success of Riverdance’s 19-week run in London was amazing when you consider that it opened without its two lead dancers: Jean Butler and Michael Flatley.
Butler was injured while Flatley was forced out by producers just 21 hours before the curtain rose.
Michael Flatley might be synonymous with Riverdance (he did choreograph the original seven-minute dance as well as many others) but left the show rather early in its history. He left due to creative differences and money issues.
Flatley and Butler are far from the show’s only famous hoofers. Other notable dancers that have appeared in Riverdance productions include Colin Dunne, Joanna Doyle, and Breandan de Gallai.
Riverdance first came to America in 1996. The show played to five consecutive sellout crowds at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Then in 2000, Riverdance played on Broadway (Gershwin Theater).
Through the years, Riverdance has embarked on several successful tours that have visited just about every corner of the world.
Initially, the show began by booking arenas and large theatres. Nowadays, it sticks to smaller and more intimate venues.
Your tickets will be shipped to you using Federal Express. And your Broadway ticket order will be processed right after you buy them using our secure server. All our tickets are always 100% guaranteed.