Celtic Festival

Year of Scotland
4 - 7 May, 2023
Music. Dance. Art. Culture. Celebration.
Australian Standing Stones
Glen Innes, NSW
Ngoorabul Country

About the Festival

In 2022 ACF celebrated its 30th anniversary, welcoming a full program of activity to celebrate this momentous achievement. Highlighting the Celtic nations of Brittany, Cornwall and Wales the program featured the return of the Street Parade, Highland Games, Re-enactment village, Celtic Markets, Local and National Celtic music and dance performances, Medieval Long Table Dinner, King Arthur and the Legends of the round table Camelot Kids Marquee and more all in the one big precinct at The Australian Standing Stones, national monument.

The 2023 festival will be held from 4-7 May in Glen Innes, NSW. We invite you to come and experience this unique Festival in the spectacularly colourful autumn that is a highlight of our cool New England climate.



We’d like to thank all our visitors who attended the 2022 Australian Celtic Festival in Glen Innes. What a weekend it was, filled with endless,

June 7, 2022



The Australian Celtic Festival would not be possible without its valued Sponsors and Festival partners. Sponsoring the Festival provides a unique opportunity for brands and businesses to promote their products or service to new audiences. This year’s Festival will attract loyal Festival goers as well as day trippers to our region, families, younger groups and the local community with its vibrant music sessions and free market event with plenty of interest for all ages.

By sponsoring the Festival, you can increase your brand reach to our Festival visitors, the local community and participants and increase your brand awareness into new markets through leveraging ACF marketing channels with national reach throughout the promotion of the Festival.

Acknowledgement to Country

The Australian Celtic Festival is held in Glen Innes Highlands, Ngoorabul Country.
Glen Innes Severn Council would like to acknowledge and pay respect to the Ngoorabul (Ngarabul) people as the traditional custodians of this land, their elders past, present and emerging and to Torres Strait Islander people and all First Nations people.