FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1😷 Your safety is our priority!
The Dublin Irish Days event was designed to allow for greater physical distancing than the traditional Dublin Irish Festival. Dublin Irish Days event organizers follow COVID-19 recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Franklin County Public Health. At this time, Franklin County has been ranked a substantial transmission area by the CDC. That means masks are recommended indoors and in crowded areas regardless of vaccination status. Franklin County Public Health has also issued a mask advisory until further notice recommending everyone wear a mask indoors and in crowded areas regardless of vaccine status to stop the spread of COVD-19 and the Delta variant. Dublin Irish Days organizers are taking extra steps to ensure the health of patrons and staff, including physically distancing our events in three locations throughout the City. You will also see additional signage promoting face coverings, vaccinations, distancing and hand-washing. Safety Recommendations Dublin Irish Days asks patrons to please consider the following recommendations to keep this a safe and healthy event:
- Vaccinated and not vaccinated patrons are strongly encouraged to wear a face covering while indoors and in crowded spaces (both indoors and outdoors).
- The City will provide masks and hand sanitizer at event venues based on supply.
- Practice physical distancing from people who do not live in your household.
- If you are sick, please stay home. Monitor your health before you attend the event.
- Wash hands frequently with soap and water or use alcohol-based sanitizer.
- Cover your coughs and sneezes.
2🎟 What events require a ticket or registration?
3⛔️ What is not permitted?
- hard-sided coolers or soft sided coolers over the standard 6-pack size (6” x 8” x 5”)
- glass bottles
- beach umbrellas
- chairs with sunshades
- peddling or soliciting and the distribution of promotional items inside grounds
Guest's bags will be subject to search upon entry.
Patrons bringing any item onto the concert grounds later deemed a nuisance or danger to others, must remove the item from the property upon request.
Rules are subject to change.
4🚐 Will there be shuttle service this year?
Shuttle service to the concerts and theater performances at Coffman Park will not be offered this year. With the reduced capacity of guests, there should be plenty of parking available within walking distance of the concerts. There will be a shuttle in Downtown Dublin for the DubCrawl event on Friday and Saturday. Please see the parking page for more information and shuttle operation times.
5🍴Can I bring food or beverages into the concerts?
Guests are permitted to bring up to two sealed non-alcoholic beverages per person (up to a total of 1 liter). Glass bottles are not permitted on concert grounds. Each guest may bring one small insulated soft-sided bag, no larger than standard 6-pack size (6” x 8” x 5”).
6🪑 What else should I bring?
Guests should bring blankets and/or chairs, as seating is not provided. Lawn seating only at this venue.
7🎟 May I exit and re-enter the concert venue later in the day?
Same day re-entry to the concert is available by showing your online ticket. Guests will be scanned in and out as needed, using their ticket.
8🔍 Where is lost and found located?
Lost items can be turned in or retrieved at either Information Tent. Guests may complete a Lost Item Form so they may be contacted if the item is found. All items are kept for one month after the concerts. To inquire about lost items after the concerts, call 614.410.4545.
9♿ Is the concert venue wheelchair accessible and are wheelchairs available?
The concert venue is wheelchair accessible. However, the event takes place in a park, so there is grassy terrain. The majority of the park is accessible via sidewalks and streets. There are also accessible restrooms located in all restroom locations. Wheelchairs are not available.
10🆘 What should I do in the event of an emergency?
In the event of an emergency, information and instructions will be announced on stage and over the outdoor warning system.
- In a suspension of operations, guests are encouraged to seek shelter in City Hall, the Dublin Community Recreation Center or the City’s Development building.
- In an evacuation, guests are required to leave the concert venue.
11🩹 First Aid Stations
A First Aid Station staffed by the Washington Township Fire Department will be on-site near the east entrance.
12ℹ️ Information Tents
For on-site questions or to learn more about Dublin Irish Days and the Dublin area, visit the Information Tents located near the North and West entrances.
13⛺️ Is camping available on or near concert grounds?
14📧 Whom may I contact with additional questions?
Feel free to contact us online by CLICKING HERE or calling 614.410.4545.
15💰Can I use my tokens?
Tokens will not be accepted this year, but may be exchanged at the 2022 Dublin Irish Festival (so hold on to any tokens you may have). We are excited to introduce a new beverage payment system. Guests can purchase beverages using all major credit cards or exchange their cash for beverage payment cards at either Information Tent.
16🏧 Will there be an ATM?
No, as a majority of the food and beverage locations will be cashless this year. Guests are encouraged to use credit/debit cards. If using cash, you can exchange it for a beverage payment card at one of the Information Tents. All major credit cards and beverage payment cards will be accepted at the Beverage Tents. Food vendors may accept cash or credit card.
17🥤Can I use a reusable mug from past years?
No, due to ongoing health concerns, draft beverages will not be served.
18🪀 Are there kids’ activities?
Children’s activities will be located at the Riverside Crossing Park’s East Plaza in Downtown Dublin. This area filled with crafts, games, vendors and entertainment presented by Wendy’s.
19⛪️ Will there be church services on Sunday morning at Dublin Irish Days?
There will be no Sunday services offered at this year’s Dublin Irish Days.