Irish tradition visits Ormond Beach for the ninth year.
Celtic clans took over Rockefeller Gardens to celebrate their heritage for the ninth-annual Celtic Festival, held on Saturday and Sunday, April 13-14.
The festival featured games, music, parades and spread to each side of the Granada Bridge. Multiple stages featured bands playing Irish music. Presented by Ormond Beach MainStreet, the festival highlighted the six Celtic nations and their contributions to history, culture, warfare, music an family, according to a press release. Each year the festival attracts more than 8,000 locals and visitors.