Best Western PLUS Inn of Sedona
Special Lodging Rates for the Celtic Harvest Festival
Stay with us at the Best Western PLUS Inn of Sedona when you attend the Celtic Harvest Festival, September 29th, 2012 and receive a special rate! Just let us know you are attending the festival, it’s that easy!
This is only valid for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 28th, 29th and 30th. Please call the hotel directly at 928.282.3072 and ask for the “Celtic Rate” to make your reservations and get a great deal!
Celtic Harvest Festival
Discover the magic that keeps people returning to Celtic festivals year after year. Come and experience the rich traditions that Celtic folk hold dear to their hearts. Enjoy “Celtic Ways” featuring workshops on Celtic art; artisans demonstrating their craft; music and dance; food and beverage vendors. Celtic tradition always includes good food, music and libation. Enjoy a vast selection of Celtic beers, single malt Scotch, mead and wine.
Main Stage Performers
- David Brewer-Master Piper
David Brewer is a founding member of the popular west coast Celtic band, Molly’s Revenge, which was voted Best Band of 2005 at the Live Oak Music Festival in Santa Ynez, California and has performed nationally and internationally with highlight appearances at the University of Hawaii Concert Series…Read More
- Tramor (Overseas)
The new traditional music project of John Good. John is well known through out the West, South, Midwest and in his native Wales as a multi-instrumentalist, Welsh piper, singer/songwriter, composer and poet. Veteran of many Celtic festivals and concerts…Read More
- Karl Jones
A native of Dublin, Ireland, the now Sedona-based singer/songwriter has regularly appeared on Irish Television’s Late Late Show, as well as in Dublin music venues and Irish music festivals, and was a founding member of the U2-inspired rock band Mixed up World…Read More
- Mythic Crew
Liz Warren, a fourth-generation Arizonan, is a storyteller, teacher and writer. She is the director of the South Mountain Community College Storytelling Institute in Phoenix, Arizona. John Good is well known throughout the West, South, Midwest and in his native Wales as a multi-instrumentalist, Welsh piper, singer/songwriter…Read More
- The Glendale Pipe Band
The Glendale Police Pipes and Drums was started in the Spring of 2002. The band’s primary function has been to perform for functions of the Glendale, Arizona, Police Department and to be an integral part of the department’s honor guard.
- The Bracken School of Irish Dance
A native of Tullamore, County Offaly, Ireland, Thomas Bracken began Irish step-dancing at the age of four. He is a recipient of many regional, national and world medals as both a dancer and a teacher. A four-time Worlds qualifier, Alexis Hodel brings her background in kineseology, psychology, and dance to bring out the best in our students
Family Festival Activities
- Sheepdog Herding Demos with Rob Shotland and Betty Morgan
- Dr. Thomas Bopp co-discoveror of the Hale-Bopp Comet is returning as our Festival Astronomer
- Falconing with Adobe Mountain Wildlife Refuge
- Real “Scottish Tea Room” by Daughters of Scotia
- Workshops on Gaelic Celtic Phrases, Sheepdogs, Falconry/Birds of Prey
- Storytelling on Quiet Stage
- Horse & Carriage Rides
- Fairy Village & Family Photos
The Celtic Harvest Festival will take place at the Poco Diablo Resort located at 1752 State Route 179. Tickets are available in advance here. For more information please visit the Celtic Harvest Festival.