Following his acclaimed Broadway debut, Michael Flatley will bring his U.S. tour of his Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games to the Wells Fargo Center on Sunday, February 28. Flatley himself will headline in what will mark his final onstage appearances as a performer following a remarkable 20 year run as the creator and star of the Lord of the Dance franchise. Flatley last brought Lord of the Dance to the Wells Fargo Center (then CoreStates Center) in August of 1997, resulting in five nights of sold out performances.

Tickets will go on sale on Monday, December 7 at 10 a.m. exclusively through ComcastTIX online at, by phone at 1-800-298-4200 or in person at the Wells Fargo Center box office.

“We have heard requests from our fans across the country who could not make it to New York to bring the show to them and we have decided to do a small tour of the US,” said creator and performer Michael Flatley. “I haven’t performed in America for years and we are really looking forward to ending this tour and my time on stage with a bang!

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is being presented locally by Spectra Presents, a live event touring and promotion service offered within the Venue Management division of Spectra by Comcast Spectacor. With offices in Nashville and Philadelphia, Spectra Presents promotes live entertainment throughout North America.

“We are excited to see Michael Flatley and his Lord of the Dance tour return to the Wells Fargo Center,” said Comcast Spectacor’s John Page, President of the Wells Fargo Center Complex and Spectra Presents. “Based on the success of his previous shows in Philadelphia, we know fans will be thrilled to hear that the Wells Fargo Center is part of his farewell tour.”

Trailblazing Irish dancer Michael Flatley is the creator of the internationally-recognizable brand Lord of the Dance which singlehandedly brought Irish Dance to a global audience with productions in countless countries around the world for over two decades.  Of The Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games on Broadway, The New York Times said: “Undeniably exciting… Mr. Flatley’s charisma is incomparable.

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games features a troupe of Irish Dance’s most accomplished performers, as well as Flatley protégés Morgan Comer, James Keegan and Fergal Keaney in the title role of the “Lord of the Dance.”  The show also features exciting and ground-breaking new technology, including holographs, special effects lighting, dancing robots, world champion acrobats and, of course, the greatest team of Irish Dancers in the world.  The score is composed by Gerard Fahy.