Live Music, Crepes and Cider at the Britanny Inter-Celtic Festival May 17

Live Music, Crepes and Cider at the Britanny Inter-Celtic Festival May 17
May 06, 2014 By

The annual Brittany festival brings together artists from Brittany, Ireland and Scotland in a celebration of Celtic culture that is guaranteed to get you dancing.

The event will take place in the courtyard of the French school just off Sanlitun Bar Street, and will feature guest bands all the way from Europe, each representing a different aspect of Celtic culture. Eostigin ar Stangala from Brittany, Davey Bain from Scotland and Irish band Blackwater will be playing traditional dance music all day.

As if that’s not enough, there will be traditional Brittany food, sausages, crepes, and of course the wine and cider will be flowing.

When: May 17 15:00-02:00
Where: French School Sanlitun
13, Sanlitun Dongsijie, Chaoyang District, Beijing
How much: 20 RMB (adults) 10 RMB (children)
Getting there: Take line 10 to Tuanjiehu

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Great event! I'm from Britanny! However, usually they also have a britanny party a day before or after in Qingdao. I did the one in Qingdao once.

May 07, 2014 03:15 Report Abuse