Latest News 2017-09-18T06:49:01+00:00

Latest News


2018 Performer EOI applications will close on Monday 25th September 2017 and announce on Monday 9th October.

Download Nomination Form

Triquetra Award – Nominations Now Open

The Annual Triquetra Awards have been recognising significant contributions to the broad Celtic Community and particularly to the Australian Celtic Festival for ten years.

Now, in their eleventh year, the Selection Criteria have been upgraded to further enhance the importance of the main Triquetra Award.

With the advent of The Australian Celtic Music Awards and the Australian Celtic Roll of Honour in recent years it is appropriate to develop the ‘Triquetra Award’ and to broaden its value to the Australian Celtic Community. Nominees may be a volunteer, a paid individual or a group whose contribution to the Celtic Community is considered to be above and beyond the general expectation of their role.

A Nominee’s endeavours may be in any field, including performance, Celtic art [any medium], fashion, linguistics, education, history, event development, marketing and administration.

Please nominate the person you consider has made an important contribution in their field by downloading and submitting the application form.

Download Nomination Form

Thank all so much for your amazing 2017 25th Anniversary Australian Celtic Festival support, contribution and assistance.

We are indeed extremely appreciative and hope that you like so many others enjoyed the many Festival spectacles and successes. I have noted some information below for you and welcome especially the completed feedback forms. We hope to welcome you all to Glen Innes again very soon and the 2018 Festival May 3rd-6th celebrating Brittany, Galicia and Asturias.

We truly loved having you with us during the 2017 Festival and delighted with the attendance, artists, community & stakeholder support & weather, but most importantly the obvious joy the 2017 25th Anniversary Festival provided you all.

Year of Brittany Galicia & Asturias
Flags of the Celtic Nations