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  • Where is Michigan Celtic Fest held?
    Michigan Celtic is held at the Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds just north of Saline, MI. The largest event center in Washtenaw County, it gives us plenty of room to expand the festival! 5055 Ann Arbor Saline Road Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
  • Where do I park?
    Free parking is available at on site!! (Can you believe it?? We're really excited about this, too!) Accessible parking is the first row, closest to the Festival entrance.
  • What are the local accommodations for overnight stay?
    There are a number of hotels in Ann Arbor, just minutes away from the festival. We recommend looking in the vicinity of Briarwood Mall (Ann Arbor) - those hotels are a direct drive to the Festival. There is also plenty of room in the on-site parking area to boondock an RV or camper.
  • What can I bring to the Festival?
    Firearms are prohibited on the Festival grounds and no outside alcohol is allowed. Small coolers and lawn chairs are allowed.
  • Should I bring a lawn chair?
    The Festival provides tables, folding chairs, benches and bleachers throughout the facility. However, if you'd like to bring your own comfy lawn chair, you are welcome to do so.
  • What if I lose something at the Festival?
    Lost & Found is located at the Festival Merchandise Store in Building C. At the close of each day valuable items (keys, cell phones, cameras, etc.) will be locked up - email us at and we can let you know if your item was found and coordinate getting it back to you. On July 17th: - Valuable items (keys, cell phones, cameras, etc.) will be turned over to the Saline Police Department (100 North Harris St., Saline, MI 48176) - All other items will be donated to a local non-profit resale shop.
  • What if it rains?
    The Saline Celtic Festival happens rain or shine! Our new location offers lots of cover in 6 buildings filled with festival activities!
  • Are dogs allowed at the Festival?
    YES, BUT… All dogs must be on a leash at all times, dog leashes cannot exceed 5 feet Owners must clean up after their dogs (bring your own doodoo bags) Only one dog per owner will be allowed Dog owners must report any incidents to festival management immediately YOUR DOG WILL NOT BE ALLOWED INSIDE THE GATES IF...​ Your dog appears to be ill or excessively dirty Your dog shows an aggressive or dangerous personality YOUR DOG WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO REMAIN INSIDE THE GATES IF… At the sole discretion of any representative of the Saline Celtic Festival or the Washtenaw Farm Council it is determined that your dog poses any risk to the health and safety of others. Your entry fee will not be refunded.
  • Are there bathrooms at the Festival?
    Yes! The Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds has a number of comfortable restrooms onsite, with running water/flush toilets, all accessible.
  • What kind of food is available at the Festival?
    Several food vendors are set up at the Festival: classic Irish fare including fish & chips and shepherd’s pie; turkey legs, corned beef sandwiches and pulled pork; pizza, deli sandwiches, lemonade, corn dogs, chicken on a stick and ice cream; kettle corn and cotton candy to name a few. And don't miss out on the beer - lots of locally brewed beer options!
  • Can I wear a costume to the Festival?
    Of course! What would a festival be without costumes? We love to see folks in cosplay!
  • Is the Wee Folks area a baby-sitting service?
    No. Parents are required to stay with their children while they are at the Wee Folks area. There is no charge to participate in the activities provided at the Wee Folk area with the exception of the Ducky Race which costs $1 per ducky (or six ducks for five bucks) with winners receiving small kid-friendly prizes. Proceeds of the Ducky Race help to finance the Wee Folk area.
  • COVID-19 Concerns
    The Celtic Festival will follow all current local, state or federal mandates. As of June 6, 2023 - there are no mandates in place. We have plenty of outdoor space and room for social distancing. We ask that you be courteous of individual space and to not concern yourself with what other people are (or are not) wearing on their face.
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