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One of the largest Irish festivals in the U.S., the North Texas Irish Festival celebrates the music, dance, and cultural talent in the beautiful, rich tradition of Irish and other Celtic influences. Tens of thousands of fans (Irish and Irish-for-a-day alike) will converge upon Fair Park to enjoy top musicians and dancers from around the world and a number of cultural presentations on 13 stages. The event is presented by the Southwest Celtic Music Association, an all-volunteer, non-profit association based in Dallas that fosters the great tradition of Irish culture in North Texas.

Music, dancing, whiskey tastings, blacksmithing demonstrations, horse displays, Celtic storytelling, animal rescue groups, Shepherd’s pie, Irish stew, dozens of activities for kids and child-friendly entertainment, and chef demonstrations will comprise a weekend of fun.

One of the largest Irish festivals in the U.S., the North Texas Irish Festival celebrates the music, dance, and cultural talent in the beautiful, rich tradition of Irish and other Celtic influences. Tens of thousands of fans (Irish and Irish-for-a-day alike) will converge upon Fair Park to enjoy top musicians and dancers from around the world and a number of cultural presentations on 13 stages. The event is presented by the Southwest Celtic Music Association, an all-volunteer, non-profit association based in Dallas that fosters the great tradition of Irish culture in North Texas.

Music, dancing, whiskey tastings, blacksmithing demonstrations, horse displays, Celtic storytelling, animal rescue groups, Shepherd’s pie, Irish stew, dozens of activities for kids and child-friendly entertainment, and chef demonstrations will comprise a weekend of fun.

One of the largest Irish festivals in the U.S., the North Texas Irish Festival celebrates the music, dance, and cultural talent in the beautiful, rich tradition of Irish and other Celtic influences. Tens of thousands of fans (Irish and Irish-for-a-day alike) will converge upon Fair Park to enjoy top musicians and dancers from around the world and a number of cultural presentations on 13 stages. The event is presented by the Southwest Celtic Music Association, an all-volunteer, non-profit association based in Dallas that fosters the great tradition of Irish culture in North Texas.

Music, dancing, whiskey tastings, blacksmithing demonstrations, horse displays, Celtic storytelling, animal rescue groups, Shepherd’s pie, Irish stew, dozens of activities for kids and child-friendly entertainment, and chef demonstrations will comprise a weekend of fun.

WHEN

WHERE

Fair Park
1121 1st Ave.
Dallas, TX 75210
http://www.ntif.org/

TICKET INFO

$10-$30; Free for children 11 and under.
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