Special Event will open St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival at Memorial Presbyterian Church in downtown St. Augustine
St. Augustine, FL - Dublin's Irish Tenors and The Celtic Ladies will perform one-night only in downtown St. Augustine. This headlining concert for the St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 11 in Memorial Presbyterian Church, 32 Sevilla St., downtown St. Augustine.
Seating is limited for this event. Tickets are sold separately from the Celtic Festival
passes. Tickets are $25 to $60. Purchase tickets at www.celticstaugustine.com/special-friday-night-event/
The 6th Annual St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is set for March 11-13, 2016, when Celtic heritage and music takes over the Ancient City.
In addition to the St. Patrick's Day Parade on March 12 in downtown St. Augustine, the weekend event is filled with live entertainment, Highland games, clans from Ireland and Scotland, whisky tasting, and other Celtic activities - all at Francis Field, 29 W. Castillo Drive, in downtown St. Augustine across from the parking garage.
DUBLIN'S IRISH TENORS & THE CELTIC LADIES
With beautiful harmonies and lilting melodies, their unique blend of timeless traditional folk ballads with adult contemporary and classical songs will appeal to all ages. Their welcoming Irish charm and polished performances will win your heart and whisk you away to the Emerald Isle!
The music ranges from opera to pop, swing to Irish classics, and their repertoire includes a wide range of songs like Hey Jude, Nessun Dorma, You Raise Me Up, Rolling in the Deep, and the beautiful and timeless, Danny Boy. You'll be enchanted by their Irish charm, their exceptional harmonies, and skillfully choreographed dancing.
Find the CELT in YOU in America's Oldest Celtic City
The three-day St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is arguably the finest Celtic event in the Southeast U.S. The festival is set for March 11-13 in downtown St. Augustine, featuring internationally acclaimed Celtic bands, a pre-festival Whiskey Tasting on Friday evening, March 11, 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 12.
Festival tickets may also be purchased at Ann O'Malley's 23 Orange St., or at Barley Republic Irish Pub, 48 Spanish St., downtown St. Augustine.