Melbourne’s historic Mission to Seafarers complex will burst to life with Celtic rock and traditional music live-streamed to your home all over the world.
Melbourne Celtic Festival is a family-friendly event, with all ticket proceeds (every cent) will be directed to Mental Health initiatives and support through Rotary Health, focusing on communities affected by drought and bushfires, exacerbated by the global pandemic.
Melbourne Celtic Festival, 2021 Dates, Artist Lineup, Schedule & Times
There is also a special guest appearance by Northern Ireland Opera. So join some of Northern Ireland’s best-known opera singers as they take you to their home county or city and perform a selection of Irish songs. ‘Northern Songs’ showcases this beautiful Country’s stunning locations, landscapes and historical monuments.
Getting to the event by public transport is encouraged. The venue is a 10-minute walk from Southern Cross Station or catch the 96 Tram to Batman Park Stop 124. From Flinders Street Station, catch 70 or 75 Tram to Goods Shed Stop D5.
There is cheap fixed-rate parking available behind, and next door to the Mission to Seafarers before 9am and after 4pm. There is also disabled access to the venue.
The Melbourne Celtic Festival is an inclusive community event, so if you are unable to afford the ticket price, please email the organisers at [email protected].