General Information


2019 Tickets

Paid admission includes a free festival guidebook, free parking, and a chance to win a door prize.

**Rates now include all fees**


**Patron Tickets On Sale Below. Scroll down now**





Kids (12 & Under)




Group Rate:
(10+ tickets)

Pre-Sale Discount- until Sept. 2nd!

Adults (13+)


Seniors/ Military/ Students


Admission (Sept. 3rd-15th)

Adults (13+)


Seniors/ Military/ Students

Discounts cannot be combined. Rules and rates are subject to change. Tickets can be refunded prior to the event, but not after 9/15 for any reason.
Senior/ Military/ Student Discount Details:
  • Valid only with I.D.
  • Seniors: 60+
  • Military: Active, Duty, Veterans
  • Students: middle, high school and college

V.I.P. Patron Packages

Become a patron and recieve wonderful benefits, including special thanks for supporting Niagara Celtic.

Squire $70

• 2 Day Passes
• 2 Beverage Tickets
• Exclusive Patron Area Access

Knight $90

• 2 Weekend Passes
• 4 Beverage Tickets
• Exclusive Patron Area Access

Laird/ Lady $170

• 4 Weekend Passes
• 8 Beverage Tickets
• Exclusive Patron Area Access

Count/ Countess $250

• 6 Weekend Passes
• 12 Beverage Tickets
• Exclusive Patron Area Access

Duke/ Duchess $470

• 4 Weekend Passes
• 2 Day Passes
• 50 Beverage Tickets
• Exclusive Patron Area Access


Package Details:

  1. All packages include entry into the VIP kick-off concert, discounts at the souvenir tent plus a thank you on our website.
  2. You will recieve an email in late summer to retrieve your festival tickets.
  3. Day passes can be used either Saturday or Sunday.
  4. Beverage Tickets will be available for pick-up on festival weekend. Each ticket is good for 1 drink at the festival's libation tents.
  5. Expiration: All packages good for 2019 festival only.

Entrance Details

  • Admission includes a free festival guidebook and a chance to win a door prize!
  • Parking is FREE
  • Handicapped Parking Available
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • ATMs are available inside festival grounds
  • Same day re-entry to the festival is available at all festival gates, just keep your wristband on.

Guest Services:

Need help while at the festival? Our friendly staff at the Front Entrance can answer your questions, give directions and even tips for enjoying your trip to the fullest. Also visit us for lost & found and emergency services.

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What Can We Bring With Us?

•Lawn chairs, chairs, jackets, sweaters and blankets are encouraged
•Dogs are permitted. See Rules Here

What is Not Allowed?

• Animals other than dogs
• Outside Alcohol
• Smoking
• Outside food & drink
• Coolers and baskets
• Bikes, rollerblades, skateboards, hoverboards, etc.
• Peddling or soliciting
• Drones

Any items brought onto the festival grounds from this list, or which are deemed a nuisance or danger to others, must be removed from the property upon request. Guests may be removed from the premises as well with no refunds.


Daily Schedules



Saturday, Sept. 14th 10am-10:30pm


Coming this Summer




Sunday, Sept. 15th 10am-6:30pm


Coming this Summer





Grounds Map

Our grounds are split into regions to help everyone find their way around our festival. New events and attractions will be added to the regions all year. A more detailed map will be ready in late summer.


A campus of culture, this region provides edification for all.

Cultural Center
Celtic Arts Theatre
Celtic College

The Great Hall

Various Vendors


Highland Park

The fairgrounds are located in a part of Lockport once called Highland Park.

Highland Athletic Field

Clan Village

Various Vendors


Fiddler's Green

Fiddler's Green is a legendary afterlife with perpetual mirth, music that never stops playing, and dancers who never tire. It's the perfect name for the region that hosts music all weekend, including our evening concerts.

Fireside Stage

Avalon Tavern

Ceremonial Fires

Various Vendors

Pipe Band Staging


The Grove

Named after the lovely grove of trees sheltering the entire region.

Clann of the Wolfe's 1745
Jacobite Rebellion

MacFarlane's Company

Pony Rides

Scottish Sheep



Madoc Yard

Legends tell of Welsh Prince Madoc (or Madog), who sailed to and settled in America around 1170. Enjoy a variety of activities in the region named after him.

Front Entrance & Guest Services

Motte & Bailey Arena

Special Events Field

Kid's Area


Various Vendors

Restroom Building


Dagda Faire

Our mini-festival earned its name from the great and powerful Celtic god Dagda. The region is a unique combination of fantasy, history and magical moments!

Dragonfly Stage

Gaelic Libations


13th Realm Museum

Sterling Invaders

Storyteller's Tree

Various Vendors