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Main Festival Events on Francis Field

29 W Castillo Dr. St. Augustine, Florida 32084


The City of St. Augustine will provide FREE PARKING SHUTTLE SERVICE for the CELTIC FESTIVAL on SATURDAY MARCH 14 ONLY from 8:00 AM – 11:00 PM.

Shuttle PICK UP every 20 minutes from two parking lots north of the City:

The shuttle will bring you to the Visitor Information Center and Visitor Parking Facility at 10 S. Castillo Drive, just across the street from the Celtic Festival.


  • Visitors Parking Garage across the street from the Festival. All day parking or short term, but fills up quickly.

    •Street parking is free or metered at various street locations within a 10-minute walk

    •Public Lots – paid parking within a 10-minute walk.

    •Private Lots – paid parking within 10-minute walk.

    Parking for RV/Buses/Campers available next to the Festival in the Riberia Street lot-first come, first served. No camping allowed.

(Close-in parking fills up early)

Other parking alternatives:



Find out what traffic is like by calling 511 toll free, visiting, or checking the free Florida 511 mobile app. You also can get traffic updates on Twitter by following @FL511_NORTHEAST.

Camping & RV Parking

Here is a link to St. Johns County RV and camp grounds:

Directions to Event Field

From the North (Jacksonville & North):
Take I-95 South to exit 318 (St Augustine/Green Cove Springs)
Turn left onto SR-16 E.
Turn right onto N Ponce de Leon Blvd/US-1 S.
Turn left onto W Castillo Dr.

From the South (Daytona/Palm Coast and South)
Take I-95 North
Take the US-1 exit, EXIT 298, toward St Augustine.
Take the exit toward St Augustine/Faver Dykes State Pk/Fort Matanzas
Turn right onto US-1 North
Follow US-1 for about 16 miles.
Turn right onto W Castillo Dr.

Where To Stay in

St. Augustine


Casa de Solana B&B

Please join us and celebrate romantic St. Augustine’s Celtic heritage. Saturate your senses in the sights, sounds, and tastes of our Celtic history.

Fact: The founder of St Augustine, Pedro Menendez, was from the Celtic region of Spain.

Sights: Celtic musicians, Highland Games, Clans & Celtic Vendors

Sounds: Arguably the best collaboration of Celtic artists assembled in the US.

Tastes: Savor both Celtic food and local offerings.