Friday, August 4, 2017
Historic Greenmead Park
Greenmead, Livonia, MI
5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
A Ceilidh (pronounced “Kay-lee”, emphasis on 1st syllable) is many things. It derives from the Gaelic word meaning a visit and originally meant just that (and still does in Gaelic). It can also mean a house party, a concert or more usually an evening of informal Scottish traditional dancing to informal music. Ceilidhs in the lowlands tend to be dances, in the highlands they tend to be concerts. Ceilidhs are extremely popular indeed with young people and often attract from a few dozen people to several hundred.
St. Andrew’s Society of Detroit’s Ceilidh is Metro Detroit’s premier Scottish concert. It is a kick-off party/concert to our Annual Highland Games and is held the night before the Games on the Games field.
Will be announced soon!
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Can be purchased at: the entertainment tents, food vendors and water tents. Available: Soft Drinks, Bottled Water, Newcastle, Murphy’s, Strongbow, Amstel Light, a fine selection of Single Malts, Smirnoff Ice and Wine.
Must have Drivers License Proof to purchase Alcoholic Beverages.
No coolers or dogs allowed at the Ceilidh.
There is no admission to the tent before 5:00 pm.
Questions about the Ceilidh
Contact: Ceilidh Chair firstname.lastname@example.org