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Zeltik festival celebrates Celtic culture
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Zeltik festival celebrates Celtic culture

13.03.2014 From our online archive
On Saturday, Dudelange will turn its sports hall into a concert venue for the annual Zeltik festival, which celebrates Celtic song and dance.

(HeP) On Saturday, Dudelange will turn its sports hall into a concert venue for the annual Zeltik festival, which celebrates Celtic song and dance.

From 6.30pm until 2am, performances will include bands, Irish dancing, folk rock, bagpipes and a DJ.

The Red Hot Chilli Pipers, Celtic Legends, Skerryvore and Cara will make their appearance on the main stage. Meanwhile, the Luxembourg Pipe Band and Schëppe Siwen will be entertaining the audience along with a DJ at the pub stage.

Come along to the Annexe Alliance of the Hall Sportif Lycée Nic Biever Dudelange (LNBD) in Rue Reiteschkopp on March 15 to dance the night away.

A Celtic Celebration ticket will also grant you free entry to the Celtic Prelude at Eglise St Martin, Dudelange, on Friday March 14 at 8pm, where tenor Aaron Cawley and organist David O'Shea will be performing.

Tickets are on pre-sale online.