If you’ll be in Michigan in mid-September of this year, you may want to attend the annual Michigan Irish Fest, which runs from September 14th to 16th, 2012.
This lively festival showcases everything that is beautiful and unique about Gaelic culture, including traditional Irish music, dance and storytelling.
This family-friendly event also offer fun activities for little ones, so it’s a perfect outing for kids of all ages.
This large and popular festival is jam-packed with exciting entertainment and the very best in Irish talent.
On the festival’s three main stages, a variety of world-class musicians will perform irresistible tunes that range from classic folk music to modern Celtic rock.
The on-site Irish pub will be a perfect watering hole for adult festival-goers, while the Wee Ones area will provide diverting playtime options for children.
Grab a tasty and traditional Irish meal or snack at the festival’s Celtic kitchen, then wander through the Cultural Village, Dance Tent, and Irish Market to experience the perfect blend of education, entertainment and retail therapy.
Be sure to pick up a few authentic Celtic crafts to take home as souvenirs of the Michigan Irish Fest.
If you’re musically inclined, feel free to participate in a free-form Irish jam session, which will be held in the Session Tent.
You may also want to attend the festival’s Catholic Mass, which is scheduled for Sunday at nine a.m. You may enjoy a tasty Irish breakfast after Mass.
Now that you know everything that this affordable festival (tickets are fifteen dollars on Friday and Sunday, and twenty dollars on Saturday) has to offer, why not treat yourself to a real Irish festival that puts you up close and personal with your own Irish heritage?
To find out more, visit the official Michigan Irish Fest website.