The 8th Annual St Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival 3 days of fun in Downtown St. Augustine
America’s Oldest Celtic City!
Tickets go on sale Thanksgiving Day
Friday, March 9, 2018 -Whiskey Tasting Event from 7-9 PM (limited seating, soft opening) Celtic Festival Saturday March 10 from 10 AM-10 PM AND Sunday March 11 from 10 AM-7 PM (Note: The festival will be opening 1 hour earlier than in the past.)
Highland Games begin @ 10 AM and musical performances @ noon.
Save the date to join us in 2018 to celebrate romantic St. Augustine’s Celtic heritage. Saturate your senses in the signs, sounds and tastes of our Celtic history.
FOR THE 2nd YEAR IN A ROW VOTED #1: Jacksonville’s Bold City Best Event/Concert AND Best of St. Augustine Festival/Event!
Produced by Romanza – St. Augustine, a nonprofit Arts & Culture organization.
The sounds of the ancient Celtic peoples of Scotland and Ireland are as alive today as ever in America’s Oldest CELTIC City at the St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heriage Festival, March 10 & 11, 2018 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 in the “Nation’s Oldest City” – founded in 1565 by SPANISH CELTS. Celtic Clans show their ancestral pride, Highland Games athletes demonstrate their mind-boggling strength, vendors offer up Celtic cuisine and hand-made crafts, and the St. Patrick’s Day Parade marches through the streets of the Ancient City’s Historic District.
But the hands-down favorite of the St. Augustine Celtic Festival is the music.
The Festival has been praised as “Arguably the finest collaboration of Celtic artists assembled in the United States!” Bands from Scotland, Ireland, Canada and around the U.S. play both traditional tunes and Celtic rock throughout the two-day festival. We’re talking Scots-born Albannach and Ireland’s Dublin City Ramblers just to name a few, attracting fans from throughout Florida and Georgia, all over the US, and from Canada to Scotland.
The founders of St Augustine, 800 colonists and soldiers led by Don Pedro Menendez, were from the Celtic region of Northern Spain. MORE on the remarkable CELTIC HISTORY of ST.AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA: Tour of St. Augustine’s CELTIC Landmarks