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First Annual Celtic Street Fair planned for May 12th

From the USA Kilts website

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Who Is Going to be There?
We’ll have LOTS of entertainment at this all day family friendly event! The bands for the outside daytime shows are still being signed, but one thing is definite: Enter The Haggis will have an evening concert at the historic Colonial Theatre at 7:30 PM! Please note that while ALL daytime activities are FREE, the evening concert is $22*.

The event will ALSO include: 2 stages featuring Celtic Rock bands (stage at Gay street end of block) and Traditional Celtic bands (stage at Main street end of block), Highland and Irish Step Dancers, 15 to 20 vendors selling Celtic wares and food, children’s events in the Colonial theatre during the day, the Brian Boru Bagpipe Band, Fraternal Organizations and Clan Tents, lots of local stores (including USA Kilts) and much, much more!

The BIG news is the Evening Concert with Enter the Haggis ! The tickets will be $22* and are available through USA Kilts by calling 610.935.3444. The concert starts at 7:30. After the concert, there will be an “after party” with the band at a local pub where you will be able to hang out with the band and get autographs!

*$2 of every ticket sold will go to an organization to help in the revitalization of the historic downtown district of Phoenixville.

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Should be a fun time.

Source: USAKilts.com.

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