Celebrate Celtic Heritage in Las Vegas this April!

There are a variety of exciting events in Las Vegas, and if you are interested in Celtic heritage, you will absolutely love attending the 2011 Las Vegas International Celtic Festival April 15th through April 17th. At the festival, you can experience a kilted golf tournament, Highland Games Tournament, and a variety of other activities like an International Tattoo exhibition. Whether you have Scottish or Irish ancestry or simply enjoy cultural activities, you are sure to have a great time at the International Celtic Festival, so get out your bagpipes and pack your kilt!

All of the spectacular shows and activities in Las Vegas will definitely work up an appetite, and you can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner at nine different restaurants with the Las Vegas Meal Ticket. This pass is available in 1, 2, 3 and 5 day increments and provides you with three meals per day at your choice of nine popular restaurants like Planet Hollywood, Lombardi’s Romagna Mia, Cheeseburger Las Vegas and Pampas Brazillian Grille. This great pass is an excellent value and is perfect for families!

Your Las Vegas vacation won’t be complete without catching a performance at one of the great shows in the city, and you can hear all of your favorite hits from years gone by at Echoes from the 60s. This impressive production features talented performers sharing their renditions of great hits from Motown, the British Invasion and Woodstock. Whether you feel nostalgic for music from the 60’s or are just discovering the decade’s impressive repertoire, you will have a great time at this fabulous show!

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