FESTIVAL FIRST ARTISTS ANNOUNCED

Posted 7 March 2019

NATIONAL CELTIC FESTIVAL FIRST ARTISTS ANNOUNCED

A diverse range of art forms, with many interpretations of Celtic and Folk culture within the picturesque Australian setting. 

Showcasing national and international artists who attract over 16 000 local and interstate visitors to the region. The reputation that grows each and every year, this is Australia’s largest and most diverse Celtic gathering.

From emerging to veteran artists, bagpipes to bodhrans, there’s something for everyone in 2019!

The first announcement of talent is here. See the list below!

Sourced; National Celtic Festival Website

Inyal (Scotland)
Duncan Chisholm (Scotland)
The Lumber Jills (Canada)
Tim Scanlan Trio (Japan)
Maggie Carty and Mairtin Staunton (Ireland)
Angela Usher (Ireland)
Eileen O’Brien (Ireland)
Mary McNamara (Ireland)
Austral
Colin Lilllie
Fiona Ross and Shane O’Mara
Caledonian Castaways
Bush Gothic
Sasta
Jimmy O’Hare
Out of Hand
The McKinnon Sisters
Rooyla Booyla
Bhan Tree
Rich Davies and the Low Road
Gerry and Mary McKeague
Bella The Bookworm
Celtic Piping Band
Melbourne Comhaltas
St Joseph’s College Celtic Group

Inyal (Scotland) International Artist –

Innovative fusion of mercurial tunes, ethereal songs and intricate electronics, INYAL have crafted a sound that owes as much to their traditional roots as it does to the rhythms of modern Scotland.

For more information.

 

 

Head to http://www.nationalcelticfestival.com for further information and to book tickets.

Early bird tickets are on sale now until 1st April.

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