St. Augustine Celtic Music and Heritage Festival Returns
02.14.14 08:37 PM
The sounds of the ancient Celtic peoples of Scotland and Ireland are as alive today as ever at the St. Augustine Celtic Music Festival, March 7, 8 & 9, 2014 at Francis Field on Castillo Drive. Find the Celt in you as you take in the sights, sounds and tastes of centuries of European history. Celtic clans from around the world show their ancestral pride, Highland games athletes demonstrate their mind-boggling strength, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade marches through the streets of the Oldest City’s Historic District, and vendors offer up Celtic cuisine and hand-made crafts.
But the hands-down favorite of the St. Augustine Celtic Festival is the music. Scottish and Irish bands playing both traditional tunes and modernized renditions of the ancient Celtic music appear live on stage throughout the two-day festival - arguably the best collaboration of Celtic artists assembled in the United States. We’re talking Scots-born Albannach and Ireland’s Dublin City Ramblers just to name a few, attracting fans from throughout Florida and Georgia, Savannah to St. Augustine, Orlando and The Villages. Did you know that Celtic music had a profound impact on American bluegrass and country? Aye, so if you’re thinking about missing this one, yer talking oot yer fanny flaps.
The St. Augustine Celtic Festival takes place just around the corner from the Agustin Inn making our bed and breakfast the ideal location! Each year popularity increases for this cultural event. Mark it on your calendars and be sure to reserve your room ahead while availability still exists and find yourself in the heart of all the action!
Check the Celtic Festival’s website for parade route, event schedule, and tickets at http://www.celticstaugustine.com/