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Tyler Celtic Fest returns this month

TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

The second annual Tyler Celtic Festival returns on Saturday May 20.

The event will be held at the Goodman LeGrand Museum, located at 624 N. Broadway, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Tyler, TX.

This family friendly event is free to attend and will feature many live performances of traditional Irish and Scottish music, story telling, and presentations of history and lore. In addition there will be live battle demonstrations and an interactive mystery game throughout the day.

The grounds will be filled with vendors that offer both traditional and non-traditional wares ranging from jewelry to pottery to artwork. Also, East Texas Brewing Company will be on hand to provide locally brewed beverages and Ted Kamel will provide lots of tasty food to satisfy Celtic cravings. Stay as long as you like and see it all!

The full itinerary is located on www.toursoftyler.com along with a detailed list of performers and vendors. Email Jericho_co_productions@yahoo.com or call Tours of Tyler at 214-621-6071 for further information or to request vendor applications.

Of Particular interest:

“The Jig Is UP” – A foot stomping, dance along with, Irish band out of Houston that will definitely get you up on your feet!

“Jeff Stewart” of the Scy-Fy Channel’s “Finding Bigfoot” fame will make a presentation on Celtic Lore and Legend.

“Buffy Clary” – famed psychic will host a “Gypsy Psychic Gallery” immediately following the festival from 6PM to 8PM in the Goodman House. A fee of $20 is required as seating is limited.

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