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Irish & Celtic Music Festival

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Irish and Celtic Music Festival

On the weekend of 15 -17 September 2023 Yass Valley will come alive in a celebration of Irish and Celtic Music. Includes many genres from Australian thru to Celtic traditions, Folk & Blues. The opportunity is provided for youth to access free lessons in the Celtic Arts, especially music & dance, known as the Junior Fleadh. Lessons provided to all levels of skill by experienced tutors.

Various workshops are available in dance, poetry and spoken word. Musical instruments and Irish Language. 

Join the Craic In Yass!

Yass is the ideal location for a music festival, set in a delightful rural valley, with a heritage rich in Irish and Celtic beginnings. A mostly walking precinct sets the scene in town for music, poetry, dance, Celtic markets and good CRAIC, in unique venues, many serving an excellent variety of food, great coffee and liquid refreshments to suit all. Historical buildings will surround you, with beautiful parks to enjoy. As the third oldest town in NSW, it has lots to offer, especially the wonderful community.

The Irish & Celtic Music Festival committee is run by local volunteers from the Yass Valley. During the festival we are supported by volunteers from across the country.

Ticket and Festival attendance conditions.

Please read this information, together with Humanatix booking terms.

You must bring your e-ticket with you to the Festival office where it will be exchanged for a wrist band which you must wear at all times during the festival to gain access to ticketed venues. Or tickets can be purchased at the office during the festival.

Each person must go to the Festival Office to have their wristband fitted. Wristbands cannot be collected for other ticket holders, family members or groups.

We must be able to verify your ticket purchase at the Festival Office.

The Festival Office will be located in the rear of the Memorial Hall on Comur Street. (Opposite the Post Office) It will be clearly sign posted.

Your ticket is not transferrable.

All children must wear a wristband with their parents/guardians contact number clearly marked in permanent marker.

Managers of ticketed venues reserve the right to refuse entry to any person without the appropriate wristband.

Once issued wristbands are NOT to be removed or tampered with and are NOT transferrable.  Wristbands lost or tampered with, will not be replaced.

The festival will be held in any weather conditions. The organisers reserve the right to change the program as required by circumstances.

We will endeavour to note all changes to the program on the whiteboard in the Festival Office.

With respect, and for the enjoyment of our patrons, unacceptable behaviour may result in persons being removed from the venue. Poor behaviour could lead to the person forfeiting their ticket.

All ticketed venues are smoke free.

Registered companion animals will be permitted in venues.

Please always be respectful of all volunteers.

Concessions – Must hold an Australian Pension Card, Centrelink Health Care Card, Department of Veterans Affairs Pension Card (or a Full Time Student Card).

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