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Calendar Alert

The SCMA has released a Calendar Alert that may be used to prepare advanced calendars in upcoming publications.

Press Kits

Press kits for 2015 will be available after Thanksgiving. For additional information, photographs and schedule updates, please contact our Press Office.

Promotional Media

The following photographs are copyright © SCMA, and are used with the expressed permission of the SCMA Photographs. They may be reproduced and used for promotional purposes only, with the condition that credit is given to the Southwest Celtic Music Association, Inc and the respective photographers noted under the captions. Additional photographs of specific bands or locations are available on request.

NTIF Volunteer Managers at the January orientation meeting.
Bud Mallar

Managers signing in at the January orientation meeting.
Bud Mallar

Setup crew volunteers building stage decorations.
Bud Mallar

Tables and chairs waiting for volunteers to put them in place.
Bud Mallar

Volunteer crew working on setting out tables and chairs.
Bud Mallar

Setup crew volunteers working on stage decorations.
Bud Mallar

NTIF is about traditional Irish dance.
Bud Mallar

NTIF is about traditional Irish music.
Bud Mallar

NTIF is about traditional Irish storytelling.
Dennis Fritsche

A junior Celt in the Urchin Street activity area.
Bud Mallar

A traditional country blacksmith demonstrates his craft.
Larry Peterborg

A local chef demonstrates how to prepare a traditional Irish dish.
Bud Mallar

Threadneedle Street from Fort Worth playing traditional Irish tunes.
Larry Peterborg

The TIMES session players enjoying some traditional Irish music.
Loyd Jones

Volunteers selling festival t-shirts and caps.
Loyd Jones

An Irish Wolfhound enjoying a day out at NTIF.
Loyd Jones

One of many dogs dressed for the occasion.
Bud Mallar

NTIF has over 30 dog and cat rescue groups each year.
Loyd Jones

Vintage Wildflowers from Tulsa, OK performing on the SCMA stage at NTIF.
Dennis Fritsche

Traditional Irish dancers performing on the Emerald stage at NTIF.
Bud Mallar

The North Texas School of Irish Music perform on the Harkness Stage.
Bud Mallar

Threadneedle Street from Fort Worth playing traditional Irish tunes.
Larry Peterborg

Pipers from the North Texas Caledonian Pipes and Drums tuning up before a performance.
Bud Mallar

Festival-goers hear how On The Wing Again rehabilitates birds of prey.
Bud Mallar

NTIF festival-goers enjoying a day out by the fountains in Fair Park
Bud Mallar

A young visitor is taught the ancient sport of archery in the NTIF Celtic Village.
Bud Mallar

NTIF festival-goers in the food court outside the Hall of State in Fair Park.
Bud Mallar

Click on any of the above thumbnails to download a high resolution full-size image. Note that these are very large files, between 6 and 16 MBytes in size and may take some time to download depending on the speed of your network access.

Logos

The Southwest Celtic Music Association, Inc., is the 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation that produces the North Texas Irish Festival. Both the organization and the festival have registered logos that can be downloaded here, and may be used without modification in any media publication. Any reduction in size must retain the same aspect ratio as the original.

No other graphical image, including those found on this web site may be used.

We apologize for the relatively low resolution of these logos, but they were scanned from old hand drawn images over 25 years old.

SCMA Logo
NTIF Logo

Select thumbnail to download full-sized tif image.

Media Contacts

Mail  - Media passes, press releases and sponsorship.

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