05 Oct Why Scottish People (really) Love Celtic Connections Music Festival
January is often a month where the short days and long nights emphasise what already maybe post-Christmas blues that we are acutely feeling. Glasgow and the organisers of the biggest and most successful Celtic Music Festival in Scotland are here to entice you to come out, get those feet tapping and connect with your Celtic soul.
The Celtic Connections Music Festival 2024 takes place from 18th January – 4 February 2024, and is a celebration of music, culture, and community that has captured the hearts of Scots and music enthusiasts from around the world for years. Glaswegians love to welcome fellow Celts (regardless of whether they are performers or music fans) from all over the globe, to enjoy a now cherished tradition.
A Shared Culture.
Scotland/Ireland/Wales and Brittany (France) have a rich musical heritage, and this festival provides a platform for traditional Scottish and Celtic music to shine. You’ll be mesmerised by the lilting melodies of the bagpipes or the foot-stomping rhythms of Celtic folk bands. During this festival you can deep dive into the genre of music that connects us all, Celtic Music.
A Diverse Lineup
Although the lineup for 2024 has not been fully announced, we would encourage you to go online and visit www.celticconnections.com where you’ll find lots of important information including the calendar of events, genres of music to expect and some information on workshops, where you can connect with liked minded music fans.
Hotel Rooms get booked up fast for this festival.
The key to getting the best from any festival is pre planning and knowing that your hotel room has been reserved for the dates of your stay. If you want to find out why the ‘Celtic Connections Music Festival’ continues to be a beloved event in our cultural calendar, you’ll have to come and experience it for yourself. The Ambassador hotel is an award-winning three star hotel located in the West end of Glasgow and ideally located for access to venues used during the festival. We hope to see you there.