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Ohio Celtic Festival Entertainment Information

Check back for updates to our list of Entertainers including bands and singers, bagpipe bands, Irish dancers.

2018 Entertainers

We have a number of new entertainers this year. Please check back soon for additional details, bios and web links.

Off Kilter Celtic Rock BandOff Kilter
Florida  |  web site

The musical talent coupled with outrageous stage antics makes Off Kilter a must see band. The band recently ended an 18 year run as one of the most popular bands at Walt Disney World in Florida.

American Rogues BandAmerican Rogues
Ontario  |  web site

Drawing favourable comparisons to Wolfstone, Afro Celt Sound System, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, symphonies, and Japanese taiko groups, this American/Canadian group has electrified audiences on three continents for many years.

The FeniansThe Fenians
California  |  web site

For over twenty five years, The Fenians have delivered their potent mix of traditional Irish folk and good old rock n roll all across the USA and Ireland. These five lads put on a live show that is second to none.

 
The Narrowbacks will join us at the Ohio Celtic FestThe Narrowbacks
New York  |  web site

The Narrowbacks are a fresh voice for songs and stories old and new. After some late night sing songs, a couple whiskeys and a few lost jobs we came up with a young punk attitude that found itself running through the veins of an old time folk band.

The Gothard Sisters will perform at the Ohio Celtic Festival this summerGothard Sisters
Washington  |  web site

Three sisters provide high energy musical entertainment steeped in Celtic roots, classical violin chops, champion Irish step-dancing and lots of fun for audiences of all ages.

Next Generation LeahyNext Generation Leahy
Canada  |  web site

Building on over three generations of Leahy musicianship, Doug Leahy, together with his wife Jennifer and their children, are keeping those traditions alive through music, song, and dance...

     
The Byrne BrothersThe Byrne Brothers
Ireland  |  web site

The Byrne Brothers and Dad Tommy are Ireland's biggest band on social media! Their Show combines explosive foot stomping Jigs & Reels with world class Irish Dancing and they sing too.

Emmett O'Hanlon will sing at the Ohio Celtic FestEmmett O'Hanlon
New York |  web site

Young, energetic and extremely talented, Emmett is looking forward to his next adventure and to touring with Celtic Thunder...

Ciaran Sheeha will sing at the Ohio Celtic FestivalCiaran Sheehan
Ireland  |  web site

Dublin born Ciarán Sheehan is an acclaimed actor, singer, voice healer whose performances have been said to warm the heart and touch the soul. There is an amazing quality to his voice and his ability to capture an audience is nothing short of remarkable.

     
The New Barley CornNew Barleycorn
Cleveland  |  web site

The New Barleycorn present their live Irish show with vitality, passion and a touch of humor, singing and playing both contemporary folk and traditional Celtic songs and music, which they have...

Brigid's Cross will sing at the Ohio Celtic FestBrigid's Cross
Cleveland  |  web site

Formed in 1996, Paul Baker, Peggy Goonan-Baker and Richie Reece (since 2002) bring an eclectic collection of music to the stage. From true-to-heritage traditional music to contemporary pieces...

Mary's LaneMarys Lane
Cleveland  |  web site

The band Marys Lane is rock, and reel, but most of all, the good times roll. Their Cleveland Rock roots are evident. Everyone comes, everyone joins in, one way or another, and everyone leaves wishing the night would never end.

     
Cleveland's Crawley and Hopper will perform at the Ohio Celtic Festival this Summer Crawley and Hopper
Cleveland  |  web site

Michael Crawley and Brent Hopper, members of Marys Lane, perform duo gigs with a wide range of music, from old school country to Grateful Irish jams.

Mossy MoranMossy Moran
Cleveland  |  web site

"You just can't believe that he is just one voice and a guitar!" is often heard by audiences on hearing Mossy perform for their first time. His deep baritone voice coupled with a thundering velvet hand on his guitars cause people to stop and listen.

Cleveland's No Strangers Here will perform at the Ohio Celtic Festival this Summer No Strangers Here
Cleveland  |  web site

Pat Hoynes along with three others started a group in 2002 called Wasted at the Wake. Bob Crawford joined the band in 2004 and Larry Bachtel who plays the bag pipes plus many other instruments joined.

 
Mad MacsMad Macs
Cleveland  |  web site

Mad Macs are an Irish/Celtic band from Cleveland. A great blend of modern and traditional Irish and Celtic music for your listening enjoyment.

Cleveland's LochErie will perform at the Ohio Celtic Festival this SummerLochErie
Cleveland  |  web site

LochErie is a Celtic folk band playing the best of the best when it comes to contemporary Celtic folk music, traditional Irish music, and Maritime music.

2018 Irish Dancers


See Irish Dancers at Ohio's best Irish Fest
Murphy Irish Dancers
Cleveland  |  web site
Irish dancing at the Ohio Celtic Fest
Leneghan Irish Dancers
Cleveland  |  web site
Irish dancers at the Ohio Celtic Festival Brady Cambell
School of Irish Dance
Cleveland  |  web site
     
See Irish Dancers from Burke School of Irish Dance at Ohio's best Irish Fest Burke School of Irish Dance
Cleveland  |  web site
   


2018 Bagpipe Bands

See The Black Sheep Pipes and Drums at Ohio's best Irish Fest Jack McDonough
Fife & Drum Corp.
Cleveland
West Side Irish American Club Pipes and DrumsWest Side Irish American Club Pipes and Drums
Cleveland, Ohio  |  web site
Irish American Club East Side Pipe Band at the Ohio Celtic FestivalIrish American Club East Side
Pipes and Drums
Cleveland  |  web site
   
See The Black Sheep Pipes and Drums at the Ohio Celtic Fest The Black Sheep Pipes and Drums
Cleveland, Ohio  |  web site








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