UPDATE: Celtic Festival 11/2/2019 – 11/3/2019

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Looking for a Fun Celtic Event in Austin? Check out “Event” November 2nd, 2019 – Sunday, November 3rd, 2019 12 PM – 7 PM both days @ 10621 Pioneer Farms Drive, Austin, Texas 78754. We are ready for the Austin Celtic Festival. Come and get Celtic Pattern Capes & Cloaks, Celtic Accessories and Costumes. We have more Scottish, Welsh & Irish Celtic Outfits in one place than you would believe. We are committed to bring you all the areas Best Costume Event Listings, Details and Costumes. We have excellent Austin Celtic Fest Costume Ideas, Tartan Skirts & Over Skirts, Dresses, Quality Corsets, Wigs, Jewelry, Hair Adornments, Weapons, Sword Belts, Pouches & Satchels and Celtic Accessories that you have never imagined. For all your Celtic needs come see us. We are worth the drive.

Celtic Festival

Find Austin Celtic Fest Dates and Times: November 2nd, 2019 – Sunday, November 3rd, 2019 12 PM – 7 PM both days

Austin Celtic Fest 2019 Location: 10621 Pioneer Farms Drive, Austin, Texas 78754

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Austin Celtic Festival Tickets: $18 – $28

Get Information at Austin Celtic Festival 2019 Official Website

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Quote from Austin Celtic Fest Organizer, Austin Celtic Festival:

“Texas celebrates all the roots of its residents. Therefore it features a Celtic Festival as well, an annual event where you can learn Irish Step Dancing or Scottish Country Dancing. The Austin Highland Games attract those who want to show their strength and like to challenge​ themselves. The competition includes men’s, women’s, and children’s categories. One of the most popular competitions is the Caber Toss. The aim of the game is to throw the Caber as high and far as you can, and it has to make one turn in the air. A Caber is a tree that has been cut and trimmed down with one end wider than the other. It varies in length from 4.5 to 7 m and weights between 45 and 80 kg. The event is also a place to watch the Celtic Dog Parades with traditional breeds being featured. Everyone can have a look at Mini Horses and sheepdog herding demos. The historical area showcases the life of Celtic villages and exciting fighting demonstrations by Vik​ings. There are lots of workshops where you can learn some new craft techniques and enjoy a fascinating experience.”

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