If you’re looking for some festival fun this summer season, why not choose the Colorado Irish Festival?
This unique event captures all of the beauty of Irish culture, from traditional pipe and fiddle music to authentic Gaelic dance and sports (including hurling and football).
This family-friendly celebration runs from July 13th to July 15th, 2012, and it will be held at Clement Park in Littleton, Colorado.
If you drop by on Friday between five and six p.m., you’ll enjoy free admission, so this festival will be a great way to enjoy the very best in Irish culture, without having to spend a single penny.
So why not take your family and friends and celebrate your own Gaelic heritage at this vibrant event?
Learn about your Ancestry at this Popular Colorado Festival
When you attend the festival, you’ll also be able to enjoy a thriving Cultural Village that features on-site Irish pubs and plenty of fascinating exhibits and lectures about Irish heritage.
This year’s Emerald Isle-inspired topics include, “How to Trace your Ancestor’s Roots”, “Irish Famine in America”, and “American Irish Stories”.
These talks and exhibits are led by experts who bring so much knowledge and enthusiasm to their subject matter, so be sure to treat yourself by visiting the Colorado Irish Festival’s Cultural Village Pavilion this July.
For more information about the festival, please visit the Colorado Irish Festival official website.