Celtic Celebration Sponsors Hold Fundraising Events For The Festival in March

Two of the sponsors that are supporting Northern Nevada Celtic Celebration are hosting fundraising events in March.  Proceeds from these events will benefit startup costs for the May 21, 2022 festival next year after a two year hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Tour de Brews

Black Rabbit Meads and neighboring East Fourth Street bars and taverns in what is known as Reno’s Brewery District will hold their “Tour De Brew” St. Patrick’s Day Edition on Thursday, March 17 featuring drinks and live Irish Music.

Tour de Brews gets ticket holders exclusive deals on handcrafted drinks from 17+ businesses that call the Brewery District home! The cost is $12 for a passport to all of these deals and you may purchase by following this link.

Black Rabbit Meads is located at 401 E. Fourth Street near the corner of Valley Road. Participating bars and taverns are within a short walk of this intersection.

Celtic Woman Tickets Raffle

Nevada Sunset Winery is hosting a raffle to win a pair of tickets to the 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 11 Performance of Celtic Woman at the SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center, in Sacramento, CA

You may register for the drawing with $5 for one ticket and $20 for five tickets during normal business hours of the winery.

Raffle drawing will be at noon, Saturday, March 26 at the winery, located at 415B E. Fourth St. Tickets are non-transferable, and for the show only. COVID restrictions will be enforced. The tickets were donated by Celtic Life Magazine

Other Ways To Donate

The Northern Nevada Celtic Celebration has launched a fundraising campaign through Go Fund Me to cover $6,000 in overhead costs to sustain the festival’s survival. To donate, click on this link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/celtic-celebration-survival 

We appreciate donations of any amount in ensuring the survival of this festival, which has entertained the community for nearly three decades. All donations are tax deductible. 

As the vaccinations roll out and gathering restrictions are lifted, the governing board of the Celtic Celebration feels confident it will be able to hold a festival in mid May of 2022. This fundraising campaign will cover such overhead costs as park rental fee, insurance and operating costs.