The Durango Celtic Festival is back and we are celebrating our 10th Anniversary! This year we

will feature a number of multi-award bands from across the pond, including The Jeremiahs,

One For The Foxes, SuperTrad, and Heron Valley, along with many other Celtic musicians.

Get ready for three full days of memorable performances along with workshops, ceilidh dancing,

and late-night sessions. This is a family friendly event. Bring in the Spring with the Fox!

This year’s Full Festival Ticket includes tickets to all concerts, workshops, ceilidhs, and late-

night sessions, and gives you the same reserved seats for all concerts. Day Passes will be

available starting mid January, 2024. Individual & Combined Concert Passes will be available

starting early February, 2024.
FULL FESTIVAL PASS (includes all concerts, workshops, and events for the entire weekend) 

Orchestra: $120 / Plaza: $140 / Child Orchestra (Age 12 and under) – $50

FRIDAY PASS: $80 (includes all concerts, workshops, and events on Friday, March 29th) 

Kitchen Jam Band & Ga Greine; Dave Curley; Joanna Hyde & Tadhg Ó Meachair; Heron Valley

SATURDAY PASS: $80 (includes all concerts, workshops, and events on Saturday, March 30th) 

Truckely Howe; The Bowmaneers; Tom Ward’s Downfall; One For the Foxes; SuperTrad

SUNDAY PASS: $60 (includes all concerts, and events on Sunday, March 31st) The Jeremiahs;

Patrick Crossing; and The Stramash (featuring all headline musicians together)


Friday Afternoon (1:00-3:00 pm): $25 / Ga Greine / Kitchen Jam Band

Friday Evening (3:45-6:00 pm): $35 / Joanna Hyde & Tadhg Ó Meachair / Dave Curley

Friday Night: (7:30 pm): $35 / Heron Valley

Saturday Afternoon (12:00-3:00 pm): $25 / Truckely Howe / The Bowmaneers / Tom Ward’s


Saturday Evening (4:00-5:30 pm): $35 / One For the Foxes

Saturday Night (7:30 pm): $35 SuperTrad

Sunday Morning (FREE) (10:30 am-12:00 pm): Patrick Crossing Church

Sunday Afternoon (1:30-6:00 pm): $60 / Patrick Crossing Band / The Jeremiahs / The Stramash

Post courtesy of Durango.com.


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