What is a Celtic festival meaning? Celtic festivals celebrate Celtic culture, which in modern times may be via dance, Celtic music, food, Celtic art, or other mediums. Ancient Celtic festivals included religious and seasonal events such as bonfires, harvest festivals, storytelling and music festivals, and dance festivals.
What are the ancient Celtic festivals? In ancient Ireland, the Celtic Year was dominated by the four key festivals of Samhain, Beltane, Imbolg and Lughnasadh. The winter half of the year began with the feast of Samhain (see here for more information), which was on 01 November and marked the end of harvest – it was a forerunner of Halloween.
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How many Celtic festivals are there? There are four Celtic seasonal festivals — like the four seasons of the year. They are called Samhain, Imbolc, Bealtaine and Lughnasa.