Don't miss the Thanksgiving Weekend Black Friday VIP ticket sale for the 7th Annual St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage, voted the Best Festival in St. Augustine and the 2016 winner of Jacksonville's Bold City Best Concert/Event. The annual event Festival is set for March 10-12, 2017 at Francis Field in downtown St. Augustine.
Tickets will be available starting Nov. 24. Special Black Friday discounts are offered from Nov. 24-28 only at CelticStAugustine.com. Festival tickets may also be purchased at Ann O'Malley's 23 Orange St., downtown St. Augustine. From Nov. 24 through Nov. 28 ONLY! get 2 VIP All Weekend Tickets for only $85 (a $120 value). Go to CelticStAugustine.com to purchase tickets.
The VIP All Weekend Ticket Package Includes:
Two Day Admission to the Festival on Saturday & Sunday, March 11-12
FREE 2017 Festival Tee Shirt
Two FREE Beers or Wine
Separate VIP Seating, Bar & Restrooms
(Children 12 and under, Retired and active duty military with current ID are admitted FREE)
The festival features eight premier Celtic bands, including: Albannach, Dublin City Ramblers, Emish, Emmet Cahill, Jig to a Milestone, Seven Nations, The Real McKenzies, and Whiskey of the Damned. Each of these bands often headlines other festivals on their own. "That's why our St. Augustine Celtic Music and Heritage Festival has gained national and international attention," said Albert Syeles, President of Romanza St. Augustine, the organization that produces the event each year.
The three-day St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is arguably the finest Celtic event in the United States, according to the international bands who perform here. The festival is set for March 10-12 in downtown St. Augustine, featuring internationally acclaimed Celtic bands, a pre-festival Whiskey Tasting, Highland games, Celtic shopping and food, live music, two stages, and a variety of entertainment - and the ONLY St. Patrick's Day Parade in Northeast Florida begins at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 11.
The St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is funded in part by St. Johns County Tourist Development Council, by State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, and Florida Council on Arts and Culture, and by Visit Florida.