Kilt Night at the Old Blind Dogs Concert in Longs Park, Lancaster, PA

You are invited to Put On Your Kilt and attend the Kilt Night at the  FREE Old Blind Dogs Concert at Longs Park in Lancaster, PA.  August 12, 2018 at 7:30 at the Longs Park Ampitheater!  Address  US-30 & Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601

This is a Pan-Kilted event!  All Kilt wearers are invited!

If you are from Central Pennsylvania, you are probably aware of the Longs Park Concert series.  For the last couple of years they have booked a Celtic band.  This year they have the great Scottish Traditional band, The Old Blind Dogs!

Celtic Happenings is hosting a Kilt Night at the concert!  I will be getting there early and attempting to find a place near the center of the viewing area.  Look for me and introduce yourself!

This is one of my favorite Bands!  I first heard them play on the Thistle and Shamrock Radio Program.  Here is the link to the concert page.

There is food to buy at the Concerts and playgrounds for children in addition there is a lot of space for them to run. This is a family friendly event and is usually really well attended.  You will want to bring blankets or lawn chairs to sit on.

Please share this on your social media, also, more importantly tell your friends! In addition, if you have friends that are thinking of buying a kilt, or even starting to wear the kilts they have out in public, this will be a great event to bring them to.

All concerts are rain or shine!


August 12, 2018 at 7:30 at the Longs Park Ampitheater!  Address  US-30 & Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601

The phone number for the park.  (717) 735-8883

Here is a playlist of some of the Old Blind Dogs Music


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Rose and Shamrock Festival


I am very excited about the Rose and Shamrock Festival.  I went to a previous Festival of the same name in 2016.  It was a great festival, but it was very expensive.  My wife was a vendor at that festival and as such we didn’t pay the $35.00 entrance fee.  There was free beer, but since I was suffering from vertigo at the time, I didn’t drink much that day. As I said, it was an incredible festival.  The best thing was that it was in the heart of Downtown Lancaster, Pa, which is a really cool little city.  There is a lot going on downtown in Lancaster.  This Festival is one of the cool things.  This year, it is FREE!  It is going to be a great day.  There will be great bands.  I will be giving an example of  a traditional Robert Burns Supper Address to the Haggis, and then having a Robert Burns/Scottish song sing along.  There will be demonstrations of Scottish Country Dancing, which is one of the ancestors of square dancing.  There will be all sorts of tutorials, from Bodhran playing to Beginning Irish Dancing.

This Festival has been put together by Esther Pujol of the Paloma School of Irish Dance and Paloma Irish Arts Foundation.  

Here are the Bands and musicians that will be there.  I am listing them in order of appearance.

I hope that you make the time to attend this festival.  Most people think of Lancaster County as the Land of the Pennsylvania Dutch.  What most don’t know is that there is a strong Scottish, Irish, and Welsh population here from before the Pennsylvania Dutch arrived, and it still is present in the culture and traditions in the county.  bb8ff1_db85d8bb1ce64c8eb2b56a924126afb2_mv2




Celtic Concert in Douglasville, PA!

Charlie Zahm
Charlie Zahm

I am SO HAPPY to be invited to sing in this beautiful church as part of a fundraising program for the church’s youth to make a pilgrimage to Ireland! Accompanied by the great fiddler Tad Marks, this will be a great evening filled with Irish and Scottish songs—ones you can in right in! See you there!

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