Dublin Irish Festival

It is with deep disappointment that The City of Dublin announces the cancellation of the 33rd annual Dublin Irish Festival set for July 31, Aug. 1-2, 2020.

The safety of our guests, volunteers, staff and participants is our top priority. The challenges of adhering to social-distancing guidelines, assuring fiscal responsibility and maintaining the highest quality entertainment experience also factored heavily into the decision.

While we will not be able to gather together this summer, we are developing creative and innovative ways to celebrate and keep connected. We will keep you informed as plans are finalized.

The Dublin Irish Festival is an international, award-winning event that attracts more than 100,000 guests annually and produces an estimated annual economic impact of $8.5 million. The City of Dublin funds the Festival through the City’s Hotel/Motel Tax fund and revenues generated by the event.

Ticket buyers will have the option to receive a refund or transfer their tickets for use at the 2021 Festival.

The 2020 campaign theme, “Sláinte,” Irish for “Cheers, to Your Health,” is more meaningful now than ever and will continue into the 2021 Festival, Aug. 6 – 8. We will miss seeing everyone this year, but look forward to celebrating with you in 2021.

For more information, visit Dublinirishfestival.org

 

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Join us for the 2021 Dublin Irish Festival!

 

We hope you'll come share in the spirit of the unforgettable annual Dublin, Ohio Irish Festival, the largest three-day Irish festival on the planet! Mark your calendar for August 6 - 8 for an Irish experience like no other.

 

Entertainment:

Set on 38 rolling acres, the event features 65 musical acts with over 535 performers from the U.S. and Ireland on seven stages with a range of genres from Celtic rock to traditional ballads.

Watch Irish dancers compete in the Columbus Feis -- a competition that attracts 1,500 of the nation's best Ceili dancers or tap your toe while enjoying the sounds the of pipe and drum groups from around the state. View the full 2019 entertainment line-up here.

Shop & Eat:

Shop the Emerald Isle and Marketplace at the Dublin Irish Festival where you'll meet nearly 100 vendors selling everything from kilts and crowns to art and jewelry to replica weapons and handmade instruments. See the full list of shopping vendors here.

Don't leave without satisfying your Irish appetite! The Dublin Irish Festival offers a wide range of food options from the traditional Irish fish and chips or lamb stew to different varieties including American festival favorites, food trucks, pizza and more. Find a full list of food vendors here.

For more information on the Dublin Irish Festival and to purchase your tickets visit www.dublinirishfestival.org.

Mobile App:

Download the NEW Dublin Irish Festival app to build your own custom entertainment schedule, map out your day, get festival updates and more. Click here to download.

Location:

Coffman Park

5600 Post Rd. Dublin, OH 43017

Daily Hours:

Friday, August 6: 4 p.m.- Midnight

Saturday, August 7: 11 a.m.- Midnight

Sunday, August 8: 11 a.m.- 8 p.m.

Admission:

One Day: $10 before August 2. $15 day of.

Seniors (60+), Military and Students with valid ID at gate: $12

Children (12 and under) are FREE.

3-Day: Online only, $25

Group: (30 or more), $7 each

Free admission Sunday before 11 a.m. with the donation of a non-perishable food item for the Dublin Food Pantry.

Parking:

Download map of all Festival parking and shuttles here.

Amenities:

  • Wheelchairs
  • Shuttle service
  • ATM
  • Lost child I.D.
  • First Aid