- Admission to Sherwood Celtic Music Festival
- When: Single Day Admission Sept 20, 21, 27 or 28
- Where: Sherwood Forest
- General admission
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $32 for two tickets and two pint glasses (up to $56 value)
- $59 for four tickets and four pint glasses (up to $112 value)
- Click to view the performance schedule
Sherwood Celtic Music Festival
- Blaggards (September 20–21): these rockers pull inspiration from acts as diverse as Elvis and Black Sabbath, then stir in Celtic influences for a sound they call “Stout Irish Rock.”
- Saileog and Sionnach (September 20–21): Saileog may be only 14, but she’s already a veteran of the Celtic music scene. The young fiddler is a session player, and performs and teaches regularly with her dad, Sionnach.
- Sharon Knight (September 20–21): “Neofolk Romantinque”—that’s the musical style this San Francisco-based singer has created with her lilting voice and fanciful lyrics about belly dancers, pirates, and fairytales
- Ashley Davis (September 27–28): the Chieftains’ Paddy Maloney can attest to this singer’s talents—the two have collaborated on her distinct blend of Irish, Scottish, and Appalachian country music
- San Antonio Pipes & Drums (September 27–28): donned in traditional Scottish garb, these musicians have played their bagpipes and Scottish drums for the likes of the President of Mexico and the Queen of England
- The Dead Rabbits (September 27–28): this Celtic punk band fuses traditional Irish rebellion songs with a punk attitude born and bred in Texas
- Non-musical things to do: watch the Highland Games; head to the food and drink area for kettle corn, turkey legs, and beer; peruse the marketplace for jewelry, leatherwork, and pottery