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New Celtic festival to launch at the Mission

26 Feb 2020

A new festival dedicated to Celtic music and culture launching at the Mission to Seafarers Victoria (MtSV) on Saint Patrick’s Day will donate all ticket proceeds to the Mission and Rotary Bushfire Disaster Fund.

The Melbourne Celtic Festival will bring the Mission’s Spanish architecture to life with Australia’s top Celtic musicians.

The family-friendly event will include children’s activities, storytelling and face-painting, special seniors entertainment, pipes and singing workshops, writing workshops, Irish dancing, musical drama, sessions and food.

Aussie premiere Celtic rock band Claymore will headline on the main stage and a host of female performers include Wendy Stapleton’s Australian Women’s Choir, Emma-Kate Tobia, Maria Forde, Claire Patti, Kathryn Clements, Cora Browne and Bhan Tre.

For more information:

eventbrite.com.au/e/melbourne-celtic-festival-86772764675

 

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