DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Celtic Fest, one of Dayton’s largest free festivals, will return downtown in two weeks.
The free festival takes over the Riverscape area for three days beginning Friday, July 28.
Several streets will be closed for the festival including Monument Avenue, Patterson Boulevard, Harries Street and N. St. Clair Street.
The event includes four stages and live music throughout the festival.
In addition to the music and food, there are many events planned as well. A children’s area will provide games, picture boards and Celtic crafts and tattoos.
You can find a full list of events and a schedule here.
A list of headline acts can be found here.