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Privacy Policy Scope: This Privacy Policy covers the treatment of personally identifiable information that we collect when you are on our web site (“Site”). This policy does not cover the treatment of personally identifiable information that may be collected by other web sites (“Third-Party Sites”) that the Durango Celtic Festival links to or is otherwise affiliated with.Information Collection and Use: We […]

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Old Blind Dogs Band

OLD BLIND DOGS

OLD BLIND DOGS have stood on the cutting edge of Scotland’s roots revival since coming on the scene in the early 1990s. The band has developed its own trademark style with an energetic mix of songs and tunes. Dynamic percussion, polished vocals, soaring fiddle, and stirring pipes fuel the delicately phrased melodies and traditional songs. The […]

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Kitchen Jam Band

Kitchen Jam Band

The Kitchen Jam Band has been Durango’s biggest little Celtic band since 2004!  Ken Beegles (accordion); Bob Condon, (bodhran and various percussive devices), Barry Longwell (whistle and bodhran), Terry Double (guitar and mandolin); Dennon Jones (fiddle);  Hannah Howard (fiddle), and Jo Ann Beegles (piano) and Brin DeVore (vocals). Kitchen Jam Band has released three CDs – […]

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The Highland Soles Trio in Concert

We are really excited to have Ed, Neil, and Lilly Pearlman – Highland Soles – from Boston and Maine, come back to Durango. Tuesday, November 17th at 7pm. $15/person. Ed and Lilly play fiddle, Neil plays keyboard, and Neil and Lilly dance. They put on a great show of Scottish music and dance. They will […]

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2014 Sponsors & Supporters

THANK YOU! The Durango Celtic Festival Committee would like to acknowledge its deep gratitude for the following sponsors and supporters of this year’s event: The Strater Hotel Irish Embassy Pub Seasons Eulos Michelle’s 24/7 Brennan Oil CJ’s Diner Best Western Rio Grande Inn Hampton Inn Durango Rochester Hotel & Leland House Katzin Music Durango Joes […]

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An Sliabh

An Sliabh

An Sliabh (The Mountain), Durango’s cuddliest Irish Band. Easy to pronounce: say, “an slee av”, just as it’s spelled. An Sliabh (Irish for the mountain) plays a wide variety of Celtic themed music, from traditional jigs, reels, hornpipes and polkas, to folk music and songs and original compositions.Originally formed to play on St. Patrick’s Day […]

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Avourneen

The Denver-based trio may specialize in Irish music, but their musical approach pulls from a wealth of other genres and styles. Guitarist/vocalist Adam Goldstein, violinist/pianist CL Morden and flautist/drummer/saxophonist Aeryk Parker are fans of incorporating elements from their eclectic influences. Audiences are liable to hear traces of American and European folk in original tunes like “Eamonn”; they’re apt to pick up […]

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