Atlanta Celtic Festival 2007

This year's info coming soon.

The Atlanta Celtic Festival celebrates Georgia’s Celtic heritage and culture. Conducted annually by the non-profit Atlanta Celtic Festival, Inc., the festival features traditional and contemporary live music.

Also featured are local performers including Highland and Irish dancers; pipers and harpers; language workshops; blacksmithing, military and cooking demonstrations; Celtic crafts; and a display of Celtic antiquities from the Celtic Collection, the largest collection of Celtic antiquities in North America. Ethnic foods and beverages will be for sale.  The festival includes many new children’s activities with Celtic themes.

Missed the show last year or didn't get to pick up a CD from your favorite group

Official Atlanta Celtic Festival Web Site

Festival 2006

Festival 2005

Georgia Celtic Day 2004

Celtic Festival 2003

"RATHKELTAÍR LIVE" was recorded in concert at various east coast locations between February and April, 2004. Since its release in July, 2004, it has become a top seller on the Celtic festival circuit in North America. GCM-RK001-01 $15

"Everybody", Rathkeltair's first studio album, released on March 17, 2006, features original songs by Trevor Tanner and Neil Anderson, incredible Celtic Rock in Rathkeltair's dynamic energy. GCM-RK002-01 $15

The BorderCollies finished up the tracks for their new CD released March 5th, 2006. Titled "Sticks and Stones", the CD features new compositions by the Collies and a mix of traditional and contemporary Irish, Scottish songs and tunes. GCM-BC010-01 $15.00 Yours for $14

Duncan’s solo CD “The Road To Destiny”. An album of contemporary and Celtic flavored folk songs and tunes composed and performed by a multi-instrumental Scottish artist with a wealth of musical talent and experience. This excellent album of original songs and tunes sensitively tells shamelessly real stories of fate, humor, love, life, heritage, beauty, and a search for peace in our time. GCM-DM001-01 $13.50