CELTIC TRADITIONS coming November 2nd AND 3rd, 2019


The Austin Celtic Festival offers the highest quality regional and international Celtic artists with an extraordinary lineup of talent.


The Fest showcases many varieties of Celtic Dog Breeds, Mini Horse Breeds and more. Sorry, NO pets allowed. Only Celtic Dogs registered for our parade.


From Irish Step Dancing to Scottish Highland Dancing the Austin Celtic Fest fits every groove. Watch from the sidelines or join in!


Visit the Texas Coritani in their Celtic village at the ACF or watch the exciting combat demonstrations by the Viking Invasion for a hands on Celtic experience. You can even watch the age old art of weaving.


The Austin Highland Games are a venerable part of Scottish history. You can participate or watch this exciting Heavy Games competition.


Participate as a student in the ACF School of Traditional Arts. From beginner courses to master workshops in music, lectures, scotch tastings, you can leave the ACF with new techniques, insights and experiences.




Multi-stage and programming of all things Celtic out at the beautiful Pioneer Farms in North Austin.. In its 21st year of production and one of the few remaining festivals dedicated to authentic Celtic traditions. A friendly family event, fun for all ages and opened to all. Get your tickets today. No tickets sales at the gate. Online only. Rain or Shine.

Cultural Arts
Austin Celtic Association
Celtic Cultural Center of Texas
Best of Austin 2012


This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Economic Growth & Redevelopment Services Office/Cultural Arts Division believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in Austin’s future. Visit www.nowplayingaustin.com.

The largest gathering of Celts in Central Texas returns for its 22nd Annual Celtic Fest. Internationally acclaimed as one of the few remaining festivals that celebrate the authentic music honed by the Celtic people. The Austin Celtic Festival goes beyond gimmicks to highlight traditions and achievements in a way that reminds audiences of the extraordinary craftsmanship and study that made places like Ireland & Scotland leaders in folk music and dance.