Are you a fan of Celtic music? Then you’re in luck! The 11th Annual Boston Celtic Music Festival begins on Friday, January 10 at Cambridge’s Club Passim. This all-ages, family-friendly festival celebrates Irish, Scottish, Cape Breton, and other Celtic and Celtic-inspired song and dance. From the boston.com event page:
The festival is held in the heart of Harvard Square, starting with the Friday night “Roots and Branches” concert at Club Passim, and the Boston Urban Ceilidh, BCMFest’s always-popular Celtic dance party, just around the corner at The Atrium, 50 Church Street. BCMFest’s Saturday “Dayfest” begins in the morning with children’s and family entertainment at Club Passim, and continues through the afternoon with a full slate of concerts and other events at Club Passim and nearby First Church, Cambridge, at 3 Church Street. The festival concludes Saturday evening with the “BCMFest Nightcap” finale concert in First Church.
Ticket prices range from $15 – $28. The full festival lineup can be found here.