Concerts and Events
Liam O'Maonlai has given CJAC permission to offer a public screening of a rarely seen all-access documentary of the Hothouse Flowers on tour in 2002. This documentary has never been made available for purchase - you will only see it here!
Liam Ó Maonlaí in Concert, Oct 20TICKETS
Liam Ó Maonlaí is a charismatic and soulful performer of Irish traditional music and Irish song and is best known as the singer of band Hothouse Flowers
Wails from the Cauldron: A Truly Celtic Haunting, Oct 31, Nov 2, 3
Phoenix Theatre, the Celtic Junction's resident theatre company, presents an original Halloween show. The show blends Celtic and world mythology, folklore, and history in a musical and theatrical revue. It evokes the deep roots and origins of Halloween in the Celtic festival of Samhain and its reshaping through time by Irish immigrants arriving in the nineteenth century.
The Nordic Fiddler's Bloc, Nov 9 TICKETS
The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc is a fiddle trio from Norway, Sweden and the Shetland Islands who swiftly gained a reputation for their gripping and unique blend of fiddle music since their inception in early 2009.
Nomadi in Concert, Nov 17 TICKETS
The newest Bulgarian folk band in town, Nomadi, is thrilled to announce their very FIRST concert! А special night of live Bulgarian music with the sounds of modern and traditional folk patterns. Members of this unique band are Alexandra Georgieva (vocals, gadulka, keyboard), Natalie Nowytski (vocals), Nikolay Gueorguiev (gadulka), Toli Georgiev (clarinet, bagpipe (gaida), keyboard), and Eric Ray (accordion).
Two acoustic musicians, Adam Kiesling and Scott Keever, both celebrate the release of their latest albums.
Yulefest XI, Dec 8
7:30pm. $15 admission. Annual Irish music benefit for The Food Group (formerly known as the Emergency Foodshelf Network) featuring local favorites Barra, The HiB's, Patsy O'Brien, and The Eddies. A silent auction will be held.
Celtic Christmas Hooley, Dec 14, 15, 16, 21, 22 TICKETS
Holiday fun for the whole family! Celebrate the season with a variety show of traditional folk music, Irish step dance, carols, cute kids, and Santa, hosted by comedian Joshua Will and Natalie O'Shea.
The Celtic Junction is a Twin Cities-based arts and cultural center that provides a central gathering place to educate our audiences and preserve, promote and celebrate the Celtic cultural legacy for the benefit of all ages and future generations.
Celtic Junction Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and an all ages venue located in the Creative Enterprise Zone.
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