• Celtic at Metropolitan 36-42 Courtney St North Melbourne
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    Koroit Irish Festival - April

    With events spread across many of the town’s venues, this 3 day festival of music, song and dance occurs in one of Australia’s most complete examples of an early Irish settlement. Events also include a street parade, kids entertainment, and a Danny Boy competition.

    Celtic Club – March

    Located at 42 Courtney St Nth Melbourne & trading as Celtic at Metropolitan, the Celtic Club continues to play a major part in Melbourne’s St Patrick’s Day celebrations while its CBD location is being redeveloped. St Patrick’s Day is a massive day of craic and entertainment at the Club with live music and meals available.

    St Patrick Festivals – March

    Melbourne – Sunday before St. Patrick’s Day.

    The  Melbourne  Irish Family Festival Day at Edinburg Gardens, Fitzroy is open to all and celebrates our Irish heritage and culture and its contribution to the fabric of our Australian society today.

    National Celtic Festival – June

    Held over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend this festival in beautiful Portarlington on the Bellarine Peninsula is considered as Australia’s largest and most diverse celebration of Celtic culture- both traditional and contemporary. The festival  boast of a high standard of local, national and international entertainers.

    Beechworth Celtic Festival - 2nd week in November

    Centred on the historic Gold Mining town of Beechworth in NE Victoria, this 3 day festival celebrates the culture of our Celtic past, present and future with dance and music, concerts, parades, workshops, theatre and exhibitions.

    Echuca - Moama Celtic Festival – March

    Located on both sides of the Murray River this festival includes Celtic music, song , dance , workshops, concerts, a Gathering of the Clans, pipe bands, street parade and presentations by local Aboriginal performers.

    Eureka Commemorations – December 3rd

    Eureka commemorations and celebrations are based on the Eureka events that occurred in Ballarat around  December 3rd 1854 when Peter Lalor, an Irishman, led the diggers in taking a stand under the flag of the Southern Cross at the Eureka Stockade - to defend their rights and liberties and their ideals of democracy.

    Port Fairy Folk Festival - January

    Originally an Irish festival, this festival is now a world renowned and award winning folk festival that attracts over 25,000 people nationally and internationally to the beautiful and historic coastal town of Port Fairy that is rich in Celtic traditions.

    Lake School of Celtic Music, Song and Dance – January

    Held in the first week of January at Koroit and St. Brigid’s at Crossley, overlooking Tower Hill, this weekly event is fashioned on the famous Willy Clancy Week in County Clare Ireland. The Lake School program of music, song and dance includes performances, concerts, theatre, poetry and tuition schools for all ages and all levels of artists and beginners. Workshops all day, sessions and concerts at night.

    Kilmore Celtic Festival – June

    Kilmore – which means “Big Church” owes its name to one of its great entrepreneurs, William Rutledge who was born in Kilmore, Co. Clare, Ireland. The festival presents a weekend of music, dance and song with good old fashioned country hospitality including a Poet’s breakfast and a fabulous Celtic Banquet.

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