Tickets & Entrance Information

Tickets Entrance Details Grounds Map

2022 Ticket Information coming soon! 


2021 Tickets

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

Ticket Sales Open in Spring 

**Rates include all fees**





Kids (12 & Under)




Group Rate:
(10+ tickets)

Online Tickets through Sept. 19

Adults (13+)


Seniors/ Military/ Students


Gate Admission   (Sept. 18 & 19) - CASH ONLY
 ** Save money & buy online! **

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 9/19 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

Hop on Board the Discover Niagara Shuttle

Park at the Erie Canal Discovery Center and ride the Discover Niagara Shuttle free to Niagara Celtic! It circles Lockport tourist sites, and riders will be dropped off right at the festival gate. The shuttle will run Sat. 12:30-9pm, and Sunday 9am-5pm & an express route between the festival and the center from 5:30-9pm. Learn More

Patron Packages
We sincerely thank all our supporting patrons who have purchased our tiered packages in years past. We're taking a break for now, although they may return in the future with improved offerings. Please take advantage of early bird discounts and pre-sale tickets, they are the best way to save money & support Niagara Celtic!

Entrance Details

  • Admission includes a free festival guidebook and a chance to win a door prize!
  • 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 Ticket Entrance can answer your questions, give directions and tips for enjoying your trip to the fullest. Also visit us for lost & found and emergency services.

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What COVID safety measures are you planning?

Per CDC guidance at this time, non-vaccinated attendees must wear a face mask and maintain proper social distancing of 6 feet. We are asking our attendees to exercise personal responsibility. 

We will be offering more hand sanitizing stations throughout the grounds, and regularly cleaning and disinfecting all areas. 

Masks are welcomed for anyone choosing to wear theirs.

Want to help make sure Niagara Celtic returns this fall? Want to ensure the safety of our community and encourage less regulations? Get the COVID-19 vaccine today.

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, vehicles 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.

2021 Grounds Map

Our grounds are split into regions to help everyone find their way around our festival (see more below map). More updates coming all year.

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

Culture Center
Celtic Arts Theatre
Celtic College
Slainte Bar w/ beer and wine
Culture Center Café
Restrooms, ATM, Water Fountain

The Great Hall

Various Vendors


Highland Park

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

Athletic Field w/ Highland Games

Clan Village


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

Fireside Pub w/ ATM

Ceremonial Fires


Various Vendors

Restroom Building


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.

Ticket Entrance & Guest Services w/ ATM

Motte & Bailey Arena

Wee Folk Shire


Storyteller's Tree

Various Vendors


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

Dragonfly Pub


Fantasy & History Groups

Various Vendors