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Step Dancing?
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Thank You!

Thank you

Go Raibh Maith Agaibh

 

    • Volunteers
    • Sponsors
    • Entertainers
    • Partners
    • Vendors
    • And especially our attendees
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Mark your calendars for the 2015 Festival September 18- 20!

Recent News

    Volunteer Registration Now Open

    Planning for the 2015 Indy Irish Fest is in full swing!  This is the Fest’s 20th year and will take place September 17-20.  We will again be having our Thursday evening pub night.  Including great bands, a craft beer tasting … Continued

    Irish Fest Partnership Program

    The Irish Partner Program is a great way for businesses and individuals to support one of Indianapolis’ most popular cultural event, be recognized as a Festival sponsor to an upscale audience and have an opportunity to enjoy the Indy Irish Festival.  … Continued

    Socks in the Frying Pan @ 20th Indy Irish Fest

    The band comprises two brothers, Shane and Fiachra Hayes on accordion and fiddle/banjo and accompanied by Aodán Coyne on guitar and vocals. This young trad trio from Country Clare blend Irish traditional melodies with and innovative rhythmic and melodic garnish. … Continued

    Moxie Strings @ 20th Indy Irish Fest

    The Moxie Strings is the electrifying combination of fiddler, Diana Ladio, and cellist, Alison Lynn. With their feel-good melodies and foot-stomping, rock-influenced rhythms, this duo has put a fresh, enticing spin on Celtic and Americana music. Diana and Alison often … Continued

    Pogey Duo @ 20th Indy Irish Fest

    Roots/Celtic from Nova Scotia Since 2009, POGEY has been showcasing their unique take on Roots/Celtic music at the biggest Irish/Celtic festivals across the US. The band has mastered how to captivate audiences with their crowd participation skills, catchy original songs and remarkable … Continued

    Makem & Spain @ 20th Indy Irish Fest

    Every generation has a few acts that define where a musical genre is going, performers so confident in their chosen field that they are able to completely embrace the genre and yet introduce something new to it. In Irish folk … Continued