Ceilidh Performance Time:  6:00 pm

Highland Games Performance Time:  1:00 pm

Ironwood is a Celtic folk, husband & wife duo from Troy MI, featuring fiddle, mandolin, guitar, electric bass and more. They are mainly dedicated to creating a repertoire of original tunes, heavily inspired by the Celtic genre. They play fast fiddle tunes, slow love songs, hoppin’ Folk, traditional Celtic songs, and more. Ironwood’s lively music will have you on your feet!

Ironwood has performed at a variety of venues such as the Chicago Irish American Heritage Center, The A.O.H. in Redford, and Toledo Irish American Club and more. They have also played some festival events such as Motor City Irish Fest, Michigan Renaissance Festival, and Arts Beats & Eats Festival of Royal Oak.

The joy of performing and making music is at the very root of this Celtic Folk band. After seven years performing strictly traditional Celtic tunes, Mark Pierce, and Anna Dorsey began investing in their own song-writing in 2019. Heavily influenced by the Celtic genre, as well as progressive Folk, Ironwood band was born.

Ironwood has performed at a variety of venues such as the Chicago Irish American Heritage Center, The A.O.H. in Redford, and Toledo Irish American Club and more. They have also played some festival events such as Motor City Irish Fest, Michigan Renaissance Festival, and Arts Beats & Eats Festival of Royal Oak.

“Growing up, I thought Rock n’ Roll & Metal were all that music had to offer a long-haired weirdo like myself. That was until I heard many great bands like We Banjo 3, Sarah Jarosz, and Millish. After that, there was no turning back.” – Mark

“Music is such a big part of me. I started piano when I was five, but that didn’t give me what I was craving musically. When I was introduced to fiddle music I started to beg my parents for violin lessons. Now this is the highlight of my life, playing music with Mark. I’ve finally found my sound, along with my soul-mate.” – Anna

Married in 2016, Mark and Anna have been united by music through every step of their relationship. Getting engaged on the main stage at the Michigan Irish Music Festival, in Muskegon MI, was one of the most memorable moments of their early career.

Ironwood is dedicated to creating a large repertoire of original tunes, as well as paying homage to traditional Celtic and Folk songs. Putting their own spin on the music they love is what this band is all about.


Ceilidh Performance Time:  7:00 pm

Highland Games Performance Time:  2:00 pm

From a casual jam session, to becoming a festival favorite across the Midwest, and their music heard and played around the world,
CrossBow has been humbled and excited by
every turn on their musical journey. CrossBow delivers a distinct, eclectic vibe that still 
remains true to their Celtic roots, appealing to audiences of all ages.

From the moment
they hit the stage, these high-energy musicians naturally feed off of one another, creating a toe tapping, shenanigan-
filled, dynamic, wholly unique performance that shouldn’t be missed!


Ceilidh Performance Time:  8:00 pm

Highland Games Performance Time:  3:00 pm

Pictus has been thrilling audiences all over the country with their unique take on primal drums & bagpipes. You can feel the thunder of the war drums and hear the call of the great Highland bagpipes and let the music lift your spirits, stir your soul and speak to the voice of your ancestors.

 But Pictus is not simply a “bagpipe and drum band” for there are stories, tales and jokes to be told by Oengus Mac Og, the drummer & voice of Pictus. There is Irish and Scottish Highland dance provided by the energetic and beautiful Ceilidh Shillelagh.  there are Irish pennywhistle and original compositions by Tallisyn. So stand up, sound your barbaric YAWP! and be transported by Pictus! 

With nationally acclaimed, award winning bagpiper John “Tallisyn” Holland, the years of drumming and stage experience of Brad “Oengus” Sprauer, and the years of drumming & Irish dance performance of Lauren “Céilidh Shillelagh” Berry, PICTUS is a unique, powerful show that’s not to be missed!

Stone Clover

Ceilidh Performance Time:  9:00 pm

Highland Games Performance Time:  4:00 pm; Encore 4:45 pm

Stone Clover are the rock band born in an Irish pub that your parents warned you about. Upbeat high energy takes on traditional songs peppered in with their infectious original songs are sure to get the crowd moving and singing along. The band has been combining different genres with Irish traditional instruments and rock and roll tones to create a style they have dubbed “Paddy Slag”.


Friday Night, August 4th – Ceilidh Performance Only!

Cèilidh Performance Time: 10:00 pm, Encore 10:45 pm

 Always entertaining and definitely unique, The Mudmen are a blast of Celtic energy whose members are known to be characters both on and off the stage. First discovered in 1993 as “The Campbell Brothers”, the Brothers signed a record deal with EMI Records and changed their name to “Mudmen”.

Established in 1998 Mudmen are celebrating their 25th Anniversary this year in 2023. Mudmen’s music has been featured on Xbox and PlayStation games, NBC’s television show  “The Black Donnelly’s”, WWE Wrestling, 6 Don Cherry’s Rock’ em Sock’ em hockey videos, The Mackenzie Brothers TWO-FOUR Anniversary Special on CBC, HBO’S Shameless, HNIC Coach’s Corner( special tribute to Dale Hunter), 6 music videos on Much Music/MTV, reaching the top 20  countdown on 102.1 The Edge radio (Toronto). In 2008 the Campbell Brothers were asked to perform on the new “Hockey Night in Canada” theme song produced by the iconic Canadian music producer, Bob Rock, where Ron MacLean said to the nation.. “Mudmen we love em!!”  This led to many opportunities including a 3 month tour with Johnny Reid where the Campbell Brothers were featured on a PBS special/DVD, and a performance at the Canadian Country Music awards.

The Mudmen/Campbell Brothers have appeared twice on the nationally televised Canada Day celebrations from Capital Hill, where they performed and shook hands with the Queen! They have also performed at the Edmonton Oilers & Calgary Flames home opening game ceremonies on CBC, and performed at The 1984 Oilers Stanley Cup Gala Reunion with Wayne Gretzky and the whole team present along with  Sarah McLaughlin and Red Ryder on the card.

With over 3000 shows to date, The Mudmen: Robby & Sandy Campbell, Colin Amey, Jordon Brosseau, Andy Gingerich and Alex Showdra believe that nice guys can finish first, while enjoying life & what you do translates to all audiences. The Mudmen are building a legion of fans from young to old with career highlights such as 12 Canada Walk of Fame Ceremonies, a Leaf & Bruins Game at The Air Canada Centre, opening for legends like ZZ Top & The Guess Who, 7 Grey Cup parties,  2 televised Special Olympic ceremonies, 3 Brier Curling events, 3 IPA plowing matches, Men’s IHHF World Hockey tournament, 3 Memorial Cups, 6 Molson Canadian Snowjams, over 40 cross headlining Canadian tours, festival’s across Canada, America & Europe including a very special performance at TSN’s “For the Love of The Game” Canadian gold ring presentation with Sidney Crosby present.

It has been said to describe Canada’s Celtic Rock Warriors in one word – one would say fun!