Céad Mile Fáilte … meaning literally “A Hundred Thousand Welcomes”
Ever dreamt of going to the Emerald Isle or the Highlands of Scotland? Do you love bagpipes & fiddles? Is there step dancing in your future? Fortunately you don’t need a passport to attend the Durango Celtic Festival.
The 4th annual Durango Celtic Festival comes to town the weekend of March 10th. Some of the best contemporary Scottish & Irish musicians will perform here. Enjoy the Gaelic Supergroup Dàimh – (pronounced “Dive” ) – winners of “Folk Band of the Year” at the 2015 Scottish Traditional Music Awards and the “Best Folk Band in Europe”.
Don’t worry Ireland is well represented by Runa, back for their second visit, the members’ diverse backgrounds meld together into an acoustic Heaven. Recently recognized at the 12th Annual Independent Music Awards, Runa won Best Song in the World Traditional Category for Somewhere Along the Road or for those of you Gaelic speakers … “Amhrán Mhuighinse” in both the fan & judges ballot categories.
So grab your tartan or get your Irish on starting Thursday, March 10 and experience four days of concerts and festivities. Fun for the whole clan! See full event schedule.
Did you know that a “Ceilidh” is the gaelic word for a traditional house party. There’s always a party going on during our afternoon Happy Hour and I’ll make sure to have some Guinness on hand! I will definitely be wearing my best Kelly green and making Chocolate Stout Cupcakes for my Guests here at Antlers, after all it will almost be St Paddy’s Day. Hmmm, I wonder if my Guests would like stout pancakes for breakfast?
Book your stay at my luxurious Durango bed and breakfast and I might be talked into dancing a jig or two in honor of my Irish ancestry! I hope to see you in Durango and don’t forget … Prepare to be Pampered at Antlers on the Creek Bed & Breakfast! Slán.