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Dublin Irish Festival is August 2-4.

42615080_10155817310170835_7418430718113480704_nThe Dublin Irish Festival dances its way into the heat of August this weekend. The Festival runs from Friday, August 2 to Sunday, August 4. You can find a complete schedule of events online: Dublin Irish Festival

Tickets are $15 for adults at the gate. But if you purchase your tickets online until August 1, they are only $10. $10 discount tickets are also on sale now at select Giant Eagle locations and at the Dublin Community Recreation Center from July 22 – August 1. Children 12 and under are FREE.

To buy online tickets, go HERE.

The Festival gets underway unofficially on Thursday, August 1 with the IGS Energy/Dublin Irish Festival 5K and Kids Dash. You can resister and find out more about the race by going HERE.

New this year is the Dedication Walkway. If you would like to donate for a paver stone that you can have engraved, find out more HERE.

Additionally, if you enjoy traditional (and sometimes not so traditional) Irish music, there are always a ton of wonderful artists performing on various stages throughout the Festival. For a full list of groups that will be playing, please go HERE.

Looking for a kilt, Celtic artwork, or some lovely crystal? Now is the time to find it without crossing the pond. The Festival has a huge number of vendors selling anything and everything Irish. To see a complete list of marketplace vendors and what they sell, go HERE.

There will also be tons of food vendors, a Wee Folk Area, Celtic Canines, Celtic Sports, Beverage Tastings (of course!!), and even Sunday Mass Services (the Celts like to party, but they also give thanks for all God’s blessings).

May the sun shine warmly on your back this festive weekend (and it undoubtably will-so pick up some sun block at the pharmacy before you head to Dublin).

LIKE the Dublin Irish Festival on Facebook HERE.

For a festival map, go HERE.

For the complete information on the show, which is also downloadable to your phone, go HERE.

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