IrishFest Atlanta

irishfestThe 3rd annual IrishFest Atlanta returns with fun for everyone!

WHEN
November 4th & 5th, 2016
Friday | 7:00 p.m.
Saturday | 10:00 a.m.

WHERE
Holiday Inn Atlanta – Perimeter Dunwoody
4386 Chamblee-Dunwoody Rd.
Atlanta | 30341

The festival kicks off on Friday evening with a special reception and live performances. Liz Carroll and John Williams take the stage at 8:30 p.m. to perform live traditional Irish music at a concert you’ll never forget!

Saturday will be filled with opportunities for all ages and backgrounds to learn more about the Irish culture, music, and dance. The day will feature:

  • Silent Auctions
  • MasterClasses
  • Cultural Presentations
  • Irish Instruments, Songs, and Dance
  • Workshops
  • Live Concerts
  • And More!

The variety of workshops will teach guests a variety of crafts from learning how to pour the perfect pint and cup of Irish coffee, to musical instruction. The options for family fun are endless!

TICKETS

  • Weekend Pass
    $100
    All Friday and Saturday events, including unlimited workshops; Alcohol experience events & hotel registration separate.
  • Friday Evening Concert
    $25 Advance | $30 Door
  • Saturday All-Day Pass
    $75
  • Saturday Concert Pass
    $20
    No workshops.
  • Saturday Evening Concert Pass
    $25 Advance | $30 Door
    Includes: The Yanks, The Burke-Connolly Academy of Irish Dance, Atlanta Irish Music School Céilí Band & Pride of New York.
  • Irish Whiskey Tasting
    $20
    Learn about Irish Whiskey and taste through a flight. Must be over 21.
  • VIP Special
    $100
    After selecting your concert/workshop ticket upgrade your experience at IrishFest Atlanta with VIP seating for all concerts, access to the hospitality suite and a special drink coupon or t-shirt.
  • Youth 13 and Under
    FREE

Proceeds from IrishFest Atlanta will benefit Irish Traditions Atlanta, a branch of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann, which promotes traditional Irish music and culture around the world.  Irish Traditions Atlanta are a not-for-profit 501c3 organization, working toward the restoration of Irish Culture.

More about 2016 IrishFest Atlanta.