The Celtic night will last three days again at Zralok

The Celtic night will last three days again at Zralok
The Celtic night will last three days again at Zralok

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If you are already thinking and planning which summer music festival you will visit during this season, don’t forget to go to the Žralok campsite in Plumlov in July. Already a traditional international music festival, which certainly does not need a long introduction, Celtic Night Plumlov, will start its 21st year on Thursday, July 18 at 1 p.m.

This year too, the festival will last three days, the organizers have prepared a rich program for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. In addition to the favorite regulars of the domestic and foreign music scene, such as Tomáš Kočko and the orchestra, Hakka Muggies, Cisal Pipers from Italy, Wolfarian, Celtica Pipes Rock and others, the Irish Sliotar from Dublin cannot be missed at Plumlov this year either, for the twentieth time . Fans of the band České srdce will certainly be happy, because they will be able to enjoy their concert on Friday, July 19, from 5:00 p.m. In the program you will also find several performers that we will welcome to Celtic Night for the first time this year: The Groggy Dogs from Spain, Loes Van Schaijk band (NL, IRL, CZ) and Irish Elements The Show (UK, IRL, SK).

Of course, there will also be a rich accompanying program: a Celtic camp with craft demonstrations, a Celtic forge, various lectures and workshops. And excellent food and drink are already an inherent part of this festival.

Another important news is that this year you can buy tickets online now. Advance sales have been in effect since December, so the organizers complied with the requests of fans who wanted to give their loved ones a ticket to this festival under the tree. (red)

The article is in Czech


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