The Dublin Irish Festival Will Be Spreading Out Through The City Of Dublin This Year

The City of Dublin has announced some big changes for the Dublin Irish Festival this year.

Instead of holding the full festival in Coffman Park this summer, there will be a city-wide celebration during Dublin Irish Days. Held from August 5-8, Dublin Irish Days will celebrate all of the traditions you’ve come to know and love from the festival, while keeping everyone as safe and healthy as possible.

The Dublin Irish Festival 5K and Dub Crawl will kick the festivities off on Thursday, August 5 in downtown Dublin. Throughout the weekend, Coffman Park will host live concerts featuring Irish musicians and the ticketed play “The Irish and How They Got That Way”.

In Downtown Dublin, visitors will find a variety of Irish activities throughout the weekend, including a Darby Street Marketplace full of merchandise vendors. There will be festival musicians and dancers popping up around town and various shops and restaurants will be offering Irish specials.

Dublin Irish Days will be a hybrid event that offers both in-person and virtual experiences. More details about the music lineup and tickets will be announced in the coming months, and tickets will be available online only.

For more information about the Dublin Irish Days, please visit DublinIrishFestival.org. You can also follow the Dublin Irish Festival for the latest event news on Facebook, on Twitter and Instagram.

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