About us

Sparta Celtic Heritage Festival

A new tradition with old world style.  We are honored to bring you the Celtic Heritage Festival, located in Roger’s Park in Sparta Michigan.  Our FREE, FAMILY FRIENDLY Festival features Music from the Celtic Traditions of Scotland and Ireland.  Bagpipes, drums, songs and more.  And what is a music festival without a drinking song or two, so visit our adult entertainment tent for some Irish cider and beer.

The annual festival is always on the second Saturday in August, and will feature 2 stages this year for double the entertainment.  Our Main stage will have music starting at 10 am, and our second indoor stage starting at noon.

Roger’s Park

72 N. Union Sparta Mi 49345

7 responses to “About us

  1. would be nice to have a layout map as to where the shows are and other things in the park as a lot of people have never been there, including myself ,and don’t know where the main stage and other two event places are that have entertainment

  2. I am new to coming to the Celtic Festival and was wondering if you need to bring lawn chairs or is there seating to watch the shows at all 3 band stages? Could not find any information on that and if there is a cost to get in to the festival. Also parking for handicap as I will be bringing my mom who is in wheelchair ??

    • Kathy,

      The Park is handicap friendly with the addition of a new ramp installed last year. It would be a great idea to bring lawn chairs to get close to the main stage and dance stage, (side by side!) The pub is also handicap friendly. Look forward to seeing you!

  3. Thank you for emailing back and answering my questions Looking forward to the festival as I have heard so many good things about it

  4. Keith Callis

    Is there any FOOD? And, are dogs allowed? We would assume they would not be allowed in the main area, but are they allowed in the park?

    • Keith, thanks for your question. There will be food available for purchase in the Pub stage and near the main stage areas. Dogs are welcome, and if you dress your pup up in an kilt you might get alot of oooos and aaaaahhhs

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