2020 Northern Nevada Celtic CelebrationParty with the Celts at Bartley Ranch Park
Postponed. Possible future date to be announced.
The 2020 Northern Nevada Celtic Celebration (formerly known as the Reno Celtic Celebration) is Saturday, May 16. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Northern Nevada Celtic Celebration features activities and events that originated mostly in Scotland and Ireland, such as highland athletic events, spirited music, and graceful, energetic forms of dance. The Northern Nevada Celtic Celebration also includes an assortment of food and drink savored by Celts, like the stout dark ales served in today's Irish pubs.
Northern Nevada Celtic Celebration Activities and Events
There will be bag pipe bands at the Northern Nevada Celtic Celebration. If you like bagpipe music, come out and hear the best pipe bands around. Other entertainment will include dancing and a variety of musical talents, including the Sierra Highlanders Pipe Band. The headliner in 2019 will be Tempest. Other performers include Sophie & Fiachra Trio, Dust in My Coffee, 317 and Friends, and Celtic Sessiun Musicians. Check the event schedule for details about who will be performing and when.
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No Dogs: Except for service animals such as seeing-eye dogs, pets are not allowed at the Northern Nevada Celtic Celebration unless they are part of the Celtic Critter Village. All animals must have an Animal Pass.
Tickets for the Reno Celtic Celebration
Tickets at the gate are $15, $20 if you want to park on-site. Children 12 and under free with a paid admission. Children under 12 will not be admitted unless accompanied by a parent or other responsible adult. Pre-sale tickets are available online. Tickets purchased online will be available at will call under the name of the purchaser when you arrive at the event.
Reno Celtic Celebration Location
The Reno Celtic Celebration is held at Bartley Ranch Regional Park in Reno. The park is at the south end of Lakeside Drive. It's straight south from the intersection of S. McCarran Boulevard and Lakeside Drive. This is a popular event, but there is plenty of parking at Bartley Ranch. The park is a terrific venue for the Reno Celtic Celebration, with large grass areas, shade structures, an arena for the highland athletic events, and the Hawkins Amphitheater for music and dance performances.
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