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Cross-posting just in case anyone's in the neighborhood -- and bring your instrument as there will be plenty of chances to play it. :-)

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When:
Saturday the 29th of September and Sunday the 30th of September.

Where:
Highland Renfaire Grounds; 955 Elm St, Eminence Ky
Admission: $10.00. Children 12 and Under are free

Featuring ....

Tommy Martin ( Uilleann Pipes) & Kevin Buckley (Fiddle)
http://www.tompipes.com/

John Skelton (Flute, Whistle, A Few Good Yarns, La Veuze, Galician
Pipes)
http://www.swangathering.org/Catalog/CL ... ml#Skelton

Beanie Odell (Fiddle) & Vincent Fogerty (Bouzouki)
www.cornerhousemusic.com/red_wellies.html

Turlach Boylan (Flute, Banjo Etc....)
http://www.chiffandfipple.com/turlachboylan.htm

A Young Busker from Kilmacthomas Co. Waterford - Eamonn Mulhern

Ren Faire Favorite Jack Salt

Lexington's Own Liam's Fancy
http://cdbaby.com/cd/liamsfancy
w/ their friend from the Coalisland - Martin McCann (Flute &
Whistle)

Balladeer Robert Tincher
www.southernartistry.org/Pale_Stout_&_Amber

Louisville's Own Cloigheann
http://www.cloigheann.com

Lorinda Jones and friends
http://www.lorindajones.com

My Darling Asleep
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fu ... d=54383537

The Musical Prodigies (of all ages!) of The Riley School Of Irish Music
(Cincinnati) http://www.rileyirishmusic.com

The Mickey Finns (NYC Celtic rock)
http://www.themickeyfinns.com/


Performance stage, a ballad stage, a session stage, vendors, arts and crafts, food, drink, and a big ol' session/bonfire Saturday night (bring your McChuds!). Camping available on the 117-acre wooded campus; several hotels within about 20 minutes' drive.



Directions:
From Lexington or Louisville: I-64 to Exit 35 (Shelbyville Exit).
Turn north towards Shelbyville. (You'll pass a Crackerbarrel) Travel
north on Hwy 55 for 10 miles or so when you will reach Eminence. In
Eminence turn right onto HWY 22 (Look for the Dairy Queen and turn
Right onto 22). Drive half a mile. Venue is on the right across from
the Southern States Feed Depot. The drive for the venue is gravel
and surrounded by fence.

From Ohio and other Yankeelands: The best Route I've Found is I-75
South to I-71S to Hwy 421E (Exit 34) to Hwy 55S through New Castle
then Left onto Hwy 22 in Eminence.
Hours: Saturday 10 a.m till 11 p.m Sunday 10 a.m till 5 p.m


closest thing to an official website ... http://www.failteimports.com/celticfest.html

:party:

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