Celtic Connections returns to Mackintosh Queen’s Cross from January 18th to February 3rd 2019, bringing a variety of musical styles and stars to Mackintosh’s only built church.
Glasgow’s annual folk, roots and world music festival, Celtic Connections celebrates Celtic music and its connections to cultures across the globe. 2,100 musicians from around the world will descend on Glasgow and bring the city to life for 18 days of concerts, ceilidhs, talks, art exhibitions, workshops, and free events.
Our current list of concerts is below and all tickets can be purchased through the Celtic Connections website.
18th January – Seinn Air A ‘Phiob
19th January – The Como Mamas and May Erlewine
20th January – Judy Collins
24th January – Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita + support
25th January – Jill Jackson and Martha L. Healy
26th January – Iain MacFarlane & Ingrid Henderson with Hecla & Friend
27th January – The Outside Track with Grainne Holland
30th January – Mary Gauthier and Jaimee Harris
31st January – Coig with Twelfth Day
1st February – Miki Marshall & Caterina Lichtenberg and Assynt
2nd February – Tim O’Brien with Naomi Bedford: The Appalachian Ballads
3rd February – Ludwig Mor nan Oran – Gaelic songs for Beethoven
Please note that during this time Mackintosh Queen’s Cross will be closed during the day to the public.
For more events and tickets head to: https://www.celticconnections.com