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The 22nd Annual Ohio Celtic Festival

It is with a heavy heart to announce that we are officially canceling the 2020 Ohio Celtic Festival, Sept. 25-27. The health and safety of everyone concerned was the top priority in making this very painful decision.

On behalf of the Ohio Celtic Festival family, I would like to thank all for your continuous support through the years.

Great appreciation goes to all our volunteers, committee members, our sponsors, entertainers, vendors and you, our attendees and followers.

Last, but not the least, huge thank you to the Lake County Visitors Bureau and the City of Mentor for the trust and support for the Ohio Celtic festival!

We'll be back with a big celebration September 24 -26, 2021! Keep in touch, be safe and may God bless us all!

Pat Coyne

Want to become a Sponsor?

We are excited about our move to the Mentor Civic Center and the new amphitheater to showcase our Ohio Celtic Festival. We welcome sponsors to help us with this move and join us on September 20-22 for three days of Celtic music song and dance.

For information please contact Annie Bowen at (216) 870-0268 or email sponsor@ohiocelticfest.com.

Want to Volunteer?

Lots of fun (and perks!) if you volunteer at the event. Email volunteer@ohiocelticfest.com for more information.

Want to be a Vendor at the Ohio Celtic Festival?

The Food, Drink and Special Products made available by our select group of vendors help make Ohio Celtic Festival a must-visit event for the entire family. We can't wait to eat, drink and go shopping! Contact email for merchandise vendors: vendors-merchandise@ohiocelticfest.com and for food vendors contact: vendors-food@ohiocelticfest.com.

Want to Entertain the Ohio Celtic Festival?

Musicians from Ireland, Canada and points across the U.S. as well as local musicians will perform Irish dance and performances of traditional, folk and Irish rock music. Irish bagpipe bands, ceili dance bands, set dancing and ceili dance workshops will all be part of the fun. We would love to have you join us. Please contact us for specific information about performing and entertaining at our festival. Email entertainment@ohiocelticfest.com
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Entertainment


  • American Rogues Band
    American Rogues
    Canada  |  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 Logues band from Ireland
    The Logues

    Ireland  |  web site
    It has been described as 'psycho ceilidh', 'whiskey-soaked folk' and just plain old 'partying music' – whatever it is, The Logues have made the genre their own and have become one of Ireland's most sought-after live bands.

  • Next Generation Leahy
    Next 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 Brothers
    The 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.

  • Sharon Shannon
    Sharon Shannon
    Ireland  |  web site

    Accordionist Sharon Shannon has achieved legendary status throughout the world. She is enowned for her collaborations, not just in Irish traditional music, but also in Hip-Hop, Cajun, Country, Classical and Rap.

  • Magnolia Sisters
    Magnolia Sisters
    Louisiana  |  web site

    The members of the group are Ann Savoy, Jane Vidrine, Anya Burgess, and Lisa Trahan. Each brings to the ensemble her own rich individual experience as a Louisiana musician, mother, and woman in the real world.

  • Gaelic Brew
    Gaelic Brew
    Ireland  |  web site

    Ireland's Most Popular Traditional Irish Ballad Band with a lively Rock Sensability from Cork Ireland.

  • Damian McGinty
    Damian McGinty
    Ireland  |  web site

    In less than a decade, Damian McGinty has gone from a virtually unknown singer in his local church choir, to an internationally adored singer and actor.

  • Seamus Kelleher
    Seamus Kelleher
    Philadelphia  |  web site

    Originally from Galway, Ireland, Seamus combines flamboyant blues and Celtic-style guitar with hilarious and inspirational anecdotes in an engaging and interactive experience.

  • Chelsea High School Choirs
    Chelsea High School Choirs
    Michigan  |  web site

    With a tagline of "Excellence through artistry, community and spirit", this high school choir is sure to entertain.

  • The New Barley Corn
    New 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...

  • Mary's Lane
    Marys 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.

  • Brigid's Cross will sing at the Ohio Celtic Fest
    Brigid'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...

  • Andrew McManus
    Andrew McManus
    Ireland  |  web site

    Singer-songwriter and Celtic artist from Armagh, Northern Ireland now living, creating and performing around Cleveland, Ohio.

  • 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 Macs
    Mad Macs
    Cleveland  |  web site

    A fun and folksy, experienced band with talented musicians that sing and play all the great Irish and Celtic tunes from the past to present.


  • 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 Academy of Irish Dance
    Cleveland  |  web site



  • Irish dancers at the Ohio Celtic Festival
    Brady Cambell Irish Dancers
    Cleveland  |  web site


  • Bagpipe Bands


  • Irish American Club East Side Pipe Band at the Ohio Celtic Festival
    Irish American Club East Side Pipes and Drums
    Cleveland  |  web site

  • West Side Irish American Club Pipes and Drums
    West Side Irish American Club Pipes and Drums
    Cleveland, Ohio  |  web site

  • See The Jack McDonough Fife and Drum Corp at Ohio's best Irish Fest
    Jack McDonough Fife & Drum Corp.
    Cleveland

  • See The Red Hackle Pipes and Drums at Ohio's best Irish Fest
    Red Hackle Pipes and Drums
    Cleveland, Ohio  |  web site

  • Children's Area


  • Come join us for crafts, inflatables and much more!








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