The next meeting of the Celtic Heritage Society will be Sunday Oct 1, 2017
Fenian’s Pub 901 E. Fortification Street Jackson.
We’ll get rolling at 6pm following the Jackson Irish Dancers Céilí with live music from Emerald Accent. Come early and get your jig on! The céilí is from 4-6.
Open to all. Now is a great time to join us and to become part of making the next CelticFest MS a success!
Regarded by many as the world’s best traditional flute player, Kevin Crawford is best known through his work with Lúnasa, with whom he has played for the better part of 20 years. He also works extensively with Martin Hayes (The Gloaming) and John Doyle.
Kevin is joined by virtuoso fiddle player, Colin Farrell. Farrell has worked with what reads like a who’s who of Ireland music’s top traditional artists, including Flook, Gráda, Karen Casey, John Doyle, Julie Fowlis, The Michael McGoldrick Band, and Lúnasa.
Rounding out the lineup is an All-Ireland winning multi-instrumentalist, Patrick Doocey. Patrick is one of Ireland’s most in-demand session musicians who has worked with Sharon Shannon, Liz Carroll, Lúnasa, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Téada, Buille, Cathal Hayden, Karan Casey, and singer Sean Keane.
The Celtic Heritage Society is very pleased to announce that CelticFest Mississippi will be moving to the SPRING!!! The 26th Festival will take place the weekend after St. Patrick’s Day in March 2018 at the Mississippi Agriculture & Forestry Museum! The things you have loved about CelticFest in the Fall will continue including Kindred Spirits Whisky Tasting, Highland Games Demonstrations, Workshops, Vendors, Food, Dance performances, our famous Céilí and of course amazing Musicians… without all the heat! Mark your calendars NOW and please share with all your friends! ☘️
The Mostly Monthly Ceili will be Sunday, September 10, 4-6pm at Fenian’s Pub (901 E. Fortification St., Jackson MS 39202). Music by Emerald Accent; dancing by Jackson Irish Dancers and YOU…and your kids, grandma, and neighbor who you’ve been wanting to catch up with. Come one, come all! It’s family-friendly and it’s free (we pass the hat for donations).
There will be a planning meeting this Sunday, September 10, after the ceili at 6pm, also at Fenian’s Pub. We’d love to have your input as we plan for the spring festival!