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Got Questions? We have answers!

 

If there are any questions that you cannot find the answer to here, please send us an email and we will get the answer to you as soon as possible!

01

Where is the event held?

 

The festival is being held at the Old Spanish Trail Arena which is located a few minutes south of Moab. The address is 3641 South Highway 191, Moab, UT 84532. You can also check out our About Us page to see a map! 

02

How much does it cost?

 

Tickets are $10-$25. You can purchase single day tickets or a ticket for the entire weekend! The weekend ticket includes the Tattoo on Friday night, and all the competitions and entertainment on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets can be purchased at the event gate or online. Children 10 and under enter for free. Competitors will receive their tickets with their registration.

03

What time does it start?

 

The Tattoo on Friday starts at 7:00p. Saturday morning events start at 9:00a and the opening ceremony starts at 12:00p. Sunday events start at 9:00a and the closing ceremony is at 4:00p. We will be posting a full event schedule once we get closer to the event! *Please note, these times are subject to change.*

04

Where should I STAY while at the event?

 

If you are wondering where to stay while attending our event, check out our STAY page to see great deals offered exclusively to people coming for our event. Make sure you mention you are with "Scots on the Rocks"!

05

What will the weather be like at the event?

 

Have you ever wondered what the weather is like in Moab? While it is warm during the day, it can get quite cold as soon as the sun sets! Make sure to check out the forecast to make sure you are prepared for your stay. You can also check out The Weather Channel for more forecasts!

06

Are dogs allowed at the event?

 

Dogs are allowed at the festival, but must be on a leash. Be prepared to clean up after your dog . We look forward to seeing you and your furry friend at the festival! 

07

Is the venue wheelchair accessible?

 

While there are ramps to allow for wheelchairs, the main part of the festival is on a grassy field. Additionally, the main road and parking lot is gravel and may cause some difficulty. The Friday night concert, held inside the arena, has space available for wheelchairs at the top of the seating. The Saturday and Sunday entertainment stage, under the pavilion, is on a concrete floor.  

08

Should I bring my own chairs?

 

Some areas of the event have seating, such as inside the arena. This is where the Friday night Tattoo is held and where the Dance Competition is held on Saturday. However, most areas of the festival do not have seating, so you may want to bring seating of some kind, like camp chairs, so you have a place to sit. 

09

Should I bring my own food?

 

You are able to bring you own food and non-alcoholic drinks into the event if you would like. However, there will be vendors there selling a variety of food and drinks! You can see what vendors will be there on our VENDOR page. 

10

What is the Tattoo on Friday night?

 

We have a Tattoo and a Ceilidh on Friday night to kick off our festival. This includes bagpipes, music, dancing, and fun! 

11

Are only the Scots invited?

 

The Moab Celtic Festival is a celebration of all Celts. This is not limited to Scots, but also extends to Irish, Welsh and other Celtic nations. Additionally, we invite all, whether Celtic or not, to come to our event. As part of our event, we want to spread our Celtic roots, but also share and educate others of our heritage. People from all backgrounds are welcome and encouraged to attend.