Calling all wild rovers

by DGO Web Administrator

It’s a dirty old town and someone’s gotta sing about it. The Durango Celtic Fest is back Thursday, March 9 to 12. Get your St. Patrick’s Day pre-game on with four days of concerts, workshops, and whiskey. Bands like Solas, Colcannon, Goitse, and Barrule will play at the Henry Strater Theatre, 699 Main Ave., and the Irish Embassy Pub, 900 Main Ave.

Workshops include how to handle a button accordion, Gaelic singing, Irish dance, bodhrán (an Irish frame drum), and more.

You can buy a whole festival pass that includes all performances and workshops for $85. There are also options for only-workshops, single-show passes, and VIP seating. To see details through the foggy dew, visit


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