Ticket Giveaway: 38 pairs of tickets for Celtic Woman and The Chieftains!

St. Augustine, FL — The St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is partnering with the Celtic Woman tour, The Chieftains tour, and the Jacksonville Symphony to make March 10-19 a VERY CELTIC WEEK!

THIRTY-EIGHT PAIRS of Tickets will be given away FREE by March 1.

EIGHT of those winners will each receive PAIRs of FREE TICKETS to the March 10 Celtic Woman performance at The Times Union Center in Jacksonville!

Grammy nominated sensation, Celtic Woman are returning to celebrate their album’s release with a brand new live show ‘Voices Of Angels’. The phenomenal Celtic Woman is this year celebrating 12 years of success, with over 10 million albums and 3 million tickets sold worldwide.

“The show is a joyful fusion of all things Celtic – from bagpipes and bouzouki to Irish dances. But it’s also so much more than that. It’s a universal celebration of life. It’s traditional. It’s contemporary. It’s yesterday, today and tomorrow.”

The Chieftains

THIRTY more winners will each receive a PAIR of FREE TICKETS to The Chieftains performances March 17 or 18 in at the Jacoby Symphony hall in Jacksonville, or March 19 at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre!

Now on their 55th Anniversary Tour, The Chieftains are six time Grammy winners – recognized for bringing traditional Irish music to the world’s attention. They have uncovered the wealth of traditional Irish music that has accumulated over the centuries, making the music their own with a style that is as exhilarating as it is definitive.3 night limited engagement.

The 38 free ticket-pair winners will be drawn from advance-ticket sales for the March 11-12 St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival, as well as from volunteers who have signed up for two or more shifts at the Celtic Festival.

To qualify, Celtic Festival tickets must be purchased, or volunteers must register by February 28. Winners will be notified by email on March 1 and must confirm by March 5. Celtic festival tickets are available at CelticStAugustine.com and discounts are available also through Feb. 28.

In case you don’t win free tickets, the Jacksonville Symphony will also distribute discount coupons right at the Celtic Festival, for the upcoming Chieftains concerts.


The St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is voted 2016’s Best Festival in St. Augustine and is also the 2016 winner of Jacksonville’s Bold City Best Concert/Event.

The event also features headliners The Real McKenzies, appearing in St. Augustine for the first time, and Emmet Cahill; international favorites Albannach and the Dublin City Ramblers; national bands Emish, Seven Nations, and Whiskey of the Damned; and regional band Jig to a Milestone.

Find the CELT in YOU in America’s Oldest Celtic City

The three-day St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is “arguably the finest collaboration of Celtic performers in the United States”, according to the international bands who perform here. The festival is set for March 10-12 in downtown St. Augustine, featuring internationally acclaimed Celtic bands, Highland games, Celtic shopping and food, live music, two stages, and a variety of entertainment — and the ONLY St. Patrick’s Day parade in Northeast Florida begins at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 11. There is also a “soft opening” pre-festival Whiskey Tasting on Friday March 10.

Festival tickets are available at CelticStAugustine.com. Festival tickets may also be purchased at Ann O’Malley’s Irish Pub located at 23 Orange Street, Prince of Wales Restaurant at 54 Cuna Street, and Aunt Matilda’s Steampunk Trunk at 106 St. George Street, downtown St. Augustine.

Celtic Woman tickets may be purchase at celticwoman.eventticketscenter.com & use discount

code: IRISH

The Chieftains at JSO tickets: http://www.jaxsymphony.org/concerts-tickets/2016-2017-season/the-chieftains/

The Chieftains at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre: staugamphitheatre.com
The St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is produced by Romanza – St. Augustine and is funded in part by St. Johns County Tourist Development Council, the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, Florida Council on Arts and Culture, and by Visit Florida.

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