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Manhattan Irish Fest 4 – 5 March 2011
The Manhattan Irish Fest is a family oriented music and cultural based event. Adults and children can enjoy a parade, live Irish music from all over the world, bagpipers, Irish dancers, children’s games, rugby matches, raffle prizes, author visits, a large shopping area, food and beverages and much more.
York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade - Saturday, March 17, 2012
The parade steps off at 1pm from Market and Penn Streets and proceeds east on Market to the block between Duke and Queen Streets, with several related activities planned for before and after the parade – organized by York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade Committee, a not-for-profit volunteer organization.
Toledo Hibernian Irish Festival 12 – 13 August 2011
Downtown Toledo on Huron Street between The Blarney & Pizza Papalis
Irish Vendors, Baked Goods, Irish Music & Dancers.
There will be drinking and dancing in the street!!!!!!
Rocky Mountain Irish Festival 25 – 28 August 2011
Come see America’s oldest & largest, the NYPD Pipe and Drums Band, also the John F Kennedy Presidential Exhibit along with all the fabulous musicians, authors, artists, dancers, storytellers and all you would hope to see at an Irish Festival! Visit our website & Facebook for current information.
Hooley on the Hudson – 4 September, 2011
Sunday Labor Day Weekend - A family-oriented festival with three stages of entertainment, one of which is a Spoken Word tent featuring professional storytellers. The other stages feature great Irish music. Crowd estimates have gone from 8,000 to over 20,000 people and has grown significantly over the years.
Cork Folk Festival - 29th Sept – 3rd Oct 2011
Cork Folk Festival is a five day celebration of world class Folk Music, Traditional Music, Set Dancing and open-air events held in Cork City, Ireland. The 32nd annual Festival will take place from 29th Sept-3 October 2011. Programme details will be released in May – watch this space for details.
The Irish Festival of Oulu – 29 Sept – 2 Oct 2011
The most Northern Irish festival in the world celebrates the richness of Irish culture with a packed programme of events, including music, dance, film, poetry, storytelling and much more. The friendly atmosphere and cosy surroundings attract music lovers from near and afar. Join us and we promise: you won’t be disappointed!
Smithville Irish Festival – 8 October 2011 11am – 6pm
Free admission - The Ancient Order of Hibernians, All Irish Martyrs of Cape May County hosts its 4th Annual Irish Festival at Historic Smithville on Village Green – at corner of Route 9 and Moss Mill road in Historic Smithville, Galloway N.J. Bands include the BogSide Rogues, Jamie & the Quiet man, Amadaun and the Barley Boys. Shamrock & Thistle Bagpipers. Also an international Step Dancing competition. Authentic Irish craft vendors and food vendors. A play area for the Wee Ones, with Marshall Steve’s Pony rides, sand art, face painting. For information, visit the website or call Patrick Jockel (732) 886-0842