Patrick O'Flaherty at the West Virginia Renaissance Festival

Patrick O’Flaherty

Raised in Galway’s Gaeltacht on the rugged west coast of Ireland, Patrick is part of a select group of people whose native language is Gaelic. With a professional music career that has spanned over three decades, he is acknowledged as one of the truly fine practitioners of Irish mandolin and harmonica.

Sybling Ryvalrie at the West Virginia Renaissance Festival

Sybling Ryvalrie

A humorous and fast paced romp through Irish and Scottish fiddle tunes played by four siblings ages 10-16! The show features Irish dance, fiddle, mandolin, guitar and bodhran plus vocals and crazy fiddle tricks! Safe for the whole family, but don’t try this at home!

Celtic Mayhem at the West Virginia Ren Fest

Celtic Mayhem

With their remarkable three part vocal harmony, a variety of acoustic instruments and a sense of musical whimsey. the music of Celtic Mayhem has delighted audiences all over the world. These multi-talented musicians have the uncanny ability to play just about any instrument you put in front of them. Their skill and their wit will …

The Reelin' ROgues at the West Virginia Renaissance Festival

The Reelin’ Rogues

A high-energy Celtic music group consisting of Zach Dean with soaring lead vocals and acoustic guitar, Giuliana Marie on her galloping bodhrán and vocals, alongside a variety of visiting lead instruments that will ensure your toes keep on tapping.

The Wheel of DEath at the West Virginia Renaissance Festival

Wheel of Death

The world’s first and only wooden Wheel of Death is an act that is truly revolutionary! Featuring death defying feats three stories up, Ichabod Wainwright will risk his life leaping, flipping, juggling flaming hatchets, and much more for your amusement. Death-defying, daring, dangerous, and dynamic!