DURANGO CELTIC FESTIVAL

2019 Durango Celtic Festival: March 7-10, 2019

Welcome! The 2018 Durango Celtic Festival was a great success, with Scottish headliners Old Blind Dogs and Daimh, as well as Ed Miller, the Hydes, and many more. Plans are already underway for the next festival on March 7-10, 2019. We are excited to be celebrating our 7th year as a Festival with another incredible offering of some of the best Celtic music in the world.

UPCOMING EVENT:

orange-purchase-tickets-buttonONE FOR THE FOXES: An exciting & dynamic new transatlantic trio consisting of Dave Curley (Galway, Ireland), Tadhg Ó Meachair (Dublin, Ireland) & Joanna Hyde (Denver, CO, USA), presenting a tasteful blend of Irish, American and other folk musics from around the world.

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Durango is easy to reach…

BY CAR OR AIR – Durango is easy to reach by road on two major U.S. Highways. From the west or east, visitors can arrive in Durango on U.S. Highway 160, a road once known as the Old Spanish Trail. From the north or south, visitors can arrive on U.S. Highway 550. Above Durango, U.S. […]

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And Durango is just…well…beautiful!

Nestled at the southwestern foot of the Rocky Mountains in the beautiful San Juans, Durango’s backyard is more than 2 million acres of pine forests, aspen groves, lakes, streams and spectacular views. Founded in 1881, Durango is known for its rich history. Surrounded natural beauty – the La Plata Mountains as the backdrop and the […]

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