Thu. Jul 18th, 2024

Early bird tickets are on sale now for the annual Australian Celtic Festival taking place in Glen Innes from Thursday, 2 May to Sunday, 5 May 2024. 

Those keen to get their Celt on and celebrate the festival’s Year of Ireland & The Isle of Man won’t want to miss this limited release of discounted tickets offering access to this year’s exciting action packed program. 

Entry to the festival at the Australian Standing Stones National Celtic Monument in Glen Innes includes an incredible program of events & attractions, including live music & dance performances across three stages, pipe bands & competitions, highland games & strongman events, Celtic wrestling, jousting, reenactment groups, Celtic fashion parade, Celtic dog parade & animal displays, the brand-new Celtic Kitchen marquee, the Celtic Kids marquee, Australian Standing Stones parkrun, market stalls, food trucks, and more.

The live music lineup is set to impress, with Gerry O’Connor (from Ireland), Elizabeth Davidson-Blythe  & Daniel Quayle (from The Isle of Man), Australian Celtic Women, Asleep at the Reel, MunsterBucks,  Murphy’s Pigs, The Gathering, Limerick & The Shamrock Dancers, Sionnach Rua’s Great Irish  Songbook, The Cauldron, Ian Hayden and Friends Ceili Band, Moreton Celtic Fiddle ClubThe Parsons & The Peas, Lorna and Dave, The Scotsman, Elizabeth Sutherland, Mo McMorrow, Matt  Scullion, Katy Haselwood, Hester Fraser, and Tim Scanlan set to wow the crowds. 

Festival day passes and weekend passes also include entry to the separately ticketed Fire & Feasting  events to be held at the festival site on the evenings of Friday, 3 May and Saturday, 4 May from 5pm  to 9pm, featuring music, dance, food trucks, and a bar. 

Early bird tickets will remain on sale until 11.45pm AEDT on Thursday, 29 February 2024, if not sold  out earlier. So don’t delay – Get your tickets now and start preparing to kilt up for an exciting and memorable weekend of good craic! 

Tickets can be purchased via www.australiancelticfestival.com.  

General release tickets will go on sale at 8am on Friday, 1 March 2024. 

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