Greetings from the Fringe Festival Hello everyone! We’re getting excited as we draw nearer to the 2021 Australian Celtic Fringe Festival (ACFF) celebrating the Year of Ireland & Isle of Man. Last month the new-look website was launched, and the feedback we’ve received on social media has been positive. We are very pleased to have been able to […]
Greetings from the Fringe Festival Earlier this month we launched our new-look website and announced the upcoming 2021 Australian Celtic Fringe Festival (ACFF), celebrating Ireland & Isle of Man. Yes, this year our annual festival is a little different and to mark this difference a special name is needed. Welcome to the first Australian Celtic […]
The Announcement It’s with great pleasure that Glen Innes Severn Council can announce that this year’s Australian Celtic Fringe Festival will be held Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd May at the Australian Standing Stones, Glen Innes. A lot of planning and consideration has gone into this year’s event. With COVID-19 restrictions impacting the normal operations of the […]
It’s that time of the year again when we update our ticket prices. The good news is 2020 Festival ticket prices are simpler and everyone will now get the opportunity to obtain discounted tickets through our Early-bird promotion. **Please note that tickets prices may change following a Glen Innes Severn Council’s public exhibition of revised […]
This month’s newsletter features all the updates you need on the 2020 Festival – Year of Ireland and Isle of Man, along with some interesting articles from our guest writer from the Australian Standing Stones Management Board and the Caledonian Society based here in Glen Innes Highlands. And don’t forget to read this month’s Celtic News […]
This month’s newsletter features all the updates you need on the 2020 Festival – Year of Ireland and Isle of Man, along with some interesting articles from our guest writer from the Australian Standing Stones Management Board and the Caledonia Society based here in Glen Innes Highlands. And don’t forget to read this month’s Celtic news […]
Nominations for the Triquetra Award are now open. Click here to download the nomination form.
Request for Expressions of Interest – Australian Celtic Dance Championships Judge
The Festival Office would like to announce our Honoured Guest for the 2020 ACF, celebrating Ireland and the Isle of Man.
Alastair Kneale was born and brought up in the Isle of Man (Manx: Mannin). He has also worked in London for a number of years and now splits his time between both places.
The Triquetra Award is an annual, perpetual award to recognise and honour an individual or group who has contributed to the Australian Celtic Festival and the understanding of Celtic culture.