CELTIC FEST briefs
Celtic Cultural Alliance’s Celtic Classic event is in downtown historic Bethlehem, Conestoga, Spring, Main and Lehigh streets areas. Hours are 4 to 10 p.m. Sept. 23; 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sept. 24; and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 25.
The five stages feature international, national and regional artists; Celtic Classic Invitational Pipe Band Competition; U.S. National Highland Athletic Championships; “Showing of the Tartan” Parade; haggis and fiddle competitions; Celtic merchandise and collectibles and a cultural children’s activity area.
For information, schedules, directions, volunteer opportunities, visit Twitter (@CelticClassic); Facebook (facebook.com/CelticClassic); www.celticfest.org/2021-celtic-classic-festival-information/ and www.celticfest.org/important-celtic-classic-information/
Celtic Fest advises no animals except animals that are specifically trained to aid a disabled person defined under the American Disabilities Act should be kept at home. Noise, crowds and hot pavements might be too much for them. Visit https://www.celticfest.org/
The Celtic Classic grounds are wheelchair-accessible. Due to the large size and natural terrain, it can be difficult to navigate the grounds with a wheelchair. You must have a state-issued placard to park in the limited street handicapped reserved parking spaces. Handicapped parking is available on Conestoga and Lehigh Streets. For more information, visit www.celticfest.org/festival-directions-shuttle-and-parking/
Visit www.celticfest.org/2021-celtic-classic-map/ (marked 2021 but is for 2022).
First aid localtions
Grand Courtyard on Spring St. (see map). First Aid only. If additional treatment is necessary, an ambulance will transport you to the hospital. Charges will be made by the appropriate hospital and ambulance service. First Aid stations sponsored by Lehigh Valley Network, Bethlehem.
There are three ATM machines on-site in the Grand Marketplace.