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On the Road: Japan Tour 

The Gothard Sisters have returned home to the NW after 5 amazing weeks in Japan. On the tour we visited 22 cities and performed 23 concerts. It was completely amazing and delightful. We're so grateful! 

The tour in Japan was put together by Min-On Concert Organization in Tokyo. The organization's mission is to promote cross-cultural understanding through music by inviting artists from around the world to perform in Japan. From beautiful concert halls in every major Japanese city to small towns in the more remote regions, we were given a warm welcome by every audience. They laughed, cried, and sang along with us during each performance, which shows how music can truly connect people from across the globe. 

Solana learned several songs in Japanese for the tour - and it was the most amazing feeling to be singing in a different language and hear a thousand audience members singing along with us. Definitely something all three of us will remember forever!

Watch the tour vlog below to get a better sense of what this tour was like:

Concerts and Tours: St Augustine 

We've been to St. Augustine before, but never to perform. When we heard they had a Celtic festival, we thought eventually one day it would happen and we'd end up there. And sure enough, the festival reached out and booked us for the festivities so we were excited to return to this beautiful city for their wonderful festival.

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Concerts and Tours: Arizona 2019 

We just got back from two weeks performing in Arizona. It was our first time performing in this beautiful state, and it was great! Special thanks go to TAD Management for organizing this tour and to everyone working hard behind the scenes at the venues. See lots of pictures on Instagram here.

And of course thanks to all the audiences and everyone who came out to the concerts! 🌵🏜🌞 

Up next: St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival ! 

See all tour dates here: http://www.gothardsisters.com/shows

 

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