Above / It’s been tradition to kick off Irish Fest with ceremonial sounds of music. Let the fun and frolicking begin at 3PM Fri., Sept. 22, in Central Park.
The Third Annual Naperville Irish Fest, a two-day family-friendly festival, is set to begin at 3PM today, Fri., Sept. 22, 2023. Organizers say “the fun continues Friday until 10PM and begins again at noon on Sat., Sept. 23, until 10PM.”
This year’s festival will be held in Central Park, “just steps behind Quigley’s Irish Pub.”
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Discover the enchanting world of Irish music, as talented performers take the stage, filling the air with captivating melodies that will make every heart dance, organizers say. Experience the rhythmic beauty of Irish dancing, showcasing the skill and grace of talented performers.
When it comes to Irish sports, watch for hurling and football demo’s. Learn the basics of one of the world’s ancient sports. All ages and abilities will be welcomed to give it a try.
Leprechaun Landing at Irish Fest
Young festival-goers will discover an array of delightful children’s activities that promise endless smiles and laughter. Delightful children’s activities from face painting to exciting games, there’s something for every little adventurer.
Finnegan’s Fare Eats and Drinks at Irish Fest
No Irish Fest would be complete without savoring the delicious flavors of Irish cuisine. The selection of traditional Irish dishes will be reminiscent of the cozy kitchens of Ireland.
Irish Village at Irish Fest
The Irish Village will provide opportunities to explore a variety of Irish offerings. Meet an Irish author, learn about Irish Community Services, sample award-winning Irish soda bread, view authentic Irish jewelry and gifts and inhale the heady scent of homemade soaps. The marketplace will provide a sampling of Irish items that just might inspire visitors to book a trip to the Emerald Isle.
For the complete schedule of entertainment, visit the Irish Fest on the West Suburban Irish website at wsirish.org.
Note! WSI Quiz Night returns / 7PM Tues., Oct. 3, at Quigley’s Irish Pub