Saturday, March 18, 2023
|HERITAGE STAGE||ATRIUM STAGE
|9:30 am||Doors open||Doors open|
|10 am||Workshop from Laura MacKenzie: "The Outlander Series & Traditional Scottish Music"|
|11 am||11:15 am: McDonald School of Irish
and International Dance
|Laura MacKenzie performs "A Celtic Breeze: Music from Ireland, Scotland, Cape Breton, Brittany and Galicia on traditional wind instruments and voice"|
|12 pm||12:15 pm: Clairseach||Dick Hensold|
|1 pm||1:15 pm: Authentic Irish tunes from
Annie O'Flynn & Tucker'd Out
|Laura MacKenzie performs "A Red, Red Rose: Music from the Lowlands of Scotland"|
|2 pm||2:15 pm: Heather & Thistle
Pipes & Drums
Enjoy the intriguing history, arts and traditions of Brittany, Cornwall, Isle of Man, Galicia, Ireland, Scotland and Wales at the annual Celtic Festival. Experience two performance stages, workshops to kick off the Festival, heritage presentations, interactive booths, shopping, and starting at 11 am, feast on traditional Celtic cuisine!
Admission: $5/person; 10 and under are free!
Make parking a breeze and take advantage of LinkFM's event route from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. Park and wait near one of LinkFM's 14 downtown FM bus stops, wave to the LinkFM driver when you see the bus coming and board for free. The bus will make continuous trips on the route, generally arriving at each stop every 15 minutes. Read more about LinkFM at matbus.com/services-partners/linkfm
Thank you to all who attended the 2022 Celtic Festival!
It was a fantastic turnout with more than 2,000 visitors through the doors of the Hjemkomst Center on event day.
Thank you to our partners
who help support the Celtic Festival!
Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County
Lake Region Arts Council: This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Lake Region Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.