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Celtic Festival - Barbados 2013

Come out and enjoy the music!
By Kathy-Dawn Burke on Tuesday, May 21, 2013

COME AND JOIN IN THE FUN....


From little events in tiny rum shops, to grand outdoor concerts, from piping along the South Coast Boardwalk at sundown, to ceilidhs in the sun, Bajan buffet lunches with a Celtic theme to the dishes...you will hear the tunes of the pipes, some beautiful folk music and song celebrating our cultural heritage and connections, see some ancient step dances...

Celtic Festival Barbados celebrates a somewhat turbulent 300-year history of the Celts in the Caribbean. Many were sent here by Cromwell as indentured servants to work the sugar plantations and today, their descendants have Celtic blood. Some of them were knicknamed the Redlegs. There is a Scotland District in Barbados, and a St Andrews Parish and the Redleg Descendants of the Scots.

The line of entertainment is excellent and we'd be happy to arrange tickets and reservations as required through our Conceirge Can specialist here at Blue Sky Luxury.  This link has a flyer with more detials on how you can enjoy the Celtic Festival Barbados 2013 between May 23rd - 29th.

Celtic Festival Line Up

The 2013 MUSICAL line up includes piping quartet SEUDAN from Scotland -who play the Scottish pipes in the old pre military step dance style - Angus MacKenzie, Angus Nicolson, Fin Moore and Allan MacDonald. Rising stars and award winning singers JEANA LESLIE and SIOBHAN MILLER with guitarist AARON JONES. BIG RORY'S unique brand of street theatre, with the stilt walking piper and his dog, ALAN KELLY and his GANG from IRELAND. Alan is ranked as Irelands foremost accordian player. AND for the first time CAPE BRETONERS The MacKenzie brothers Kenneth and Calum - raised in a Gaelic speaking household and immersed in traditional and Gaelic music from a young age.

The Celtic flavours will be added to food dishes across a number of events by award winning Scottish Chef Paul Wedgwood.

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