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CelticFest Schedule


2013 Stage and Workshop Schedules (PDF)

Map of Grounds

Map of
Museum Grounds

**includes new stage locations


Download the Schedule

2013 is here ---->

The online schedule is subject to change, with any corrections noted on the festival grounds. Printed schedules will be available at the festival.

CelticFest is a Rain-or-Shine event, and in "severe weather", we bring some of the outdoors in. All schedules include rain contingency plans.

Events of the Weekend
Friday Night, Sept 6
Stage Performances, 7pm 12am
Kindred Spirits Whiskey Tasting, 7-9pm sponsored by W
ine & Spirits in the Quarter and Fenian's Pub.

Saturday, Sept. 7

Céilí MórStage Performances, starting as early as 10 am
Highland Games
SCA Demonstrations
Father of Waters Pipe and Drum marches, outdoors
Saturday Night Céilí Mór, 7:30 pm to 11:30/midnight
A "Céilí" (pronounced KAY-lee) is a party featuring Celtic music and dancing, and "Céilí Mór" (KAY-lee More) means a massive céilí! The CelticFest Céilí Mór is music and audience-participation Irish dancing (for the people, by the people). No experience or innate dancing ability required. The music is live, featuring CelticFest's headliners, regional bands, and guest musicians. Éamonn de Cógáin will be calling the céilí, so be sure to stick around and get busy dancing! Or watching, if you prefer....
Evening Ballad Concerts (on the festival grounds)
Singing Sessions in the Ethnic Heritage Building
Tune Session, with any of the musicians left standing...

KirkingSunday, Sept. 8
An Celt Naofa (The Sacred Celt), 10 am. This performance of sacred Celtic music takes place in the white chapel on the festival grounds.
Stage Performances, starting as early as 11:30 am
Guinness Highland Games
Father of Waters Pipe and Drum marches,outdoors







Benefit Events for CelticFest Mississippi

Whiskey Tasting

Blasta Wine Tasting

Fion Pour

Feeling Lost?
You can read the F.A.Q., or try searching the CelticFest site here.


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