Celtic Thunder will stop in the town of Westbury, N.Y., on Dec. 7 to perform at the NYCB Theatre. The all-male Irish singing outfit is known for presenting traditional songs from its home country in addition to covering modern songs, both individually and as a group. This concert at 7 p.m. EST will be the group's second and final performance at this New York venue on Sunday.
NYCB Theatre at Westbury Seating Information
The stage inside the NYCB Theatre is surrounded by seating on all sides. Celtic Thunder will perform at the center of the venue with an Orchestra Level (Sections A-H) close to the stage. For seating further from the performers, the theater offers four seating areas (Sections A, D, E, and H) in the Mezzanine Level.
NYCB Theatre at Westbury General Information
Guests can bring small bags to this Sunday night performance, but outside beverages and food, backpacks, signs, and banners will not be allowed. Cameras and recording devices cannot be used to photograph or record the Celtic Thunder concert. Tickets are required for attendees of all ages.
NYCB Theatre at Westbury Parking Information
The theater is not easily accessible by public transportation, so driving is the easiest means of arriving for this 7 p.m. Celtic Thunder show. The venue generally allows free parking in its designated lots, but it is best to arrive early on Dec. 7 in order to ensure that you can secure a parking space. There may also be VIP parking options available for a fee on a first-come, first-served basis.
NYCB Theatre at Westbury Gate Times
NYCB Theatre doors are scheduled to open at 6 p.m. local time. Keep in mind that Celtic Thunder has an earlier show at this theater on Dec. 7, so it's possible there could be a slight delay in allowing guests access to the auditorium.
NYCB Theatre at Westbury Accessibility
If you will require the use of one of NYCB Theatre's assisted listening devices during the Celtic Thunder concert, you should choose seats in Sections C or D only. The theater staff can assist with wheelchair transportation on site on Dec. 7, but wheelchairs cannot be kept at your seat during the performance.