The Jarrah Celts is a collection of Western Australian Celtic musicians based in Roleystone, in the Jarrah Forrests of the Perth hills, Western Australia.
Their music is Celtic Irish or Scottish – both modern and traditional. Get swept away with lively dancing jigs and reels, or sing along with us to rowdy pub ballads. Tunes from the Dubliners, Wolftones, Flogging Molley, Pogues, Mumford & Sons – as well as a few of our their tunes.
The Jarrah Kelts play with passion and we play live with acoustic instruments such as Wooden flutes, Fiddle, Uilleann pipes (Irish pipes), Bodhran (celtic drum), Guitars, Banjo, Citern, Double bass, Mandolin and Accordion.
All up there are 12 players, but the band size will vary depending on the occasion – often in lineups of 4. They have players that are best at Weddings, players that are good at Festivals, and players that are good at Pubs.
They can often be seen playing live at local pubs and festivals throughout WA. You may have seen them at the Balingup Medieval Carnival, Romancing the Stone Gardens, Armadale Twlight Markets, the Toodyay Moondyne Festival – or pubs such as JB’ORiellys, Fenians or Paddys Bush Bar.