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Dublin Irish Festival Announces the 2022 Entertainment Lineup, Tickets on Sale Now

There are 147 days left until the Dublin Irish Festival returns to Coffman Park. Taking place from Aug. 5-7, the Festival will celebrate its 35th anniversary of bringing Irish culture, music, food and more to the Central Ohio area.

We Banjo 3 recently visited Coffman Park to help us announce this year’s lineup! Watch the video. Ohio is rolling out the green carpet for a phenomenal lineup of international performers and local artists, including:

Gaelic Storm Scythian
Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy Rory Makem & Dónal Clancy
We Banjo 3 Connla
Dervish Seven Nations
Red hot Chilli Pipers The Town Pants
Skerryvore The Byrne Brothers
Irish Music Masters The John Whelan All-Star Céili Band
Slide One for the Foxes
Socks in the Frying Pan Adam Agee & Jon Sousa

View the complete entertainment lineup.

“We’re excited to say the Dublin Irish Festival is coming home to Coffman Park,” Dublin’s Director of Community Events Alison LeRoy said. “It’s going to feel like a big family reunion having everyone back in the same place celebrating Irish heritage and culture once again.”

Tickets for the Dublin Irish Festival are on sale and festival goers can save a little green when they purchase their tickets now. Purchase a weekend pass online and save $10 or purchase a one-day ticket online and save $5. Children ages 10 and under are free. Seniors (60+), military and student guests can purchase a ticket online or at the Festival for $15 (I.D. required at the Festival). One-day tickets may be purchased for $15 at the Dublin Community Recreation Center (DCRC) and select Giant Eagle locations starting mid-July. For guests who want an exclusive experience, there are a limited number of VIP Experience tickets left.

On Sunday, Aug. 7, non-perishable food items and monetary donations for the Dublin Food Pantry will be collected at each festival admission gate. Guests arriving between 9:30-11 a.m. on Sunday will receive free admission.

The Festival is bringing back its mobile app, which originally launched in 2019. The app will further enhance the guest experience before, during and after the event. With more than 100,000 guests visiting the event, the app provides immediate access to frequently requested services such as food vendors, restrooms, merchandise, marketplace vendors, and more.

One unique feature in the app is the ability for guests to create and share individualized schedules and create schedule reminders so they don’t miss their favorite band or performance, ensuring that they experience all the Dublin Irish Festival has to offer.

Guests can download the app now in the App Store and Google Play.

From its humble beginnings as a small group of Irish dancers gathering together on a tennis court, the Festival has grown to become the largest three-day Irish festival on the planet that brings more than 100,000 guests each year to Dublin, Ohio, USA. Now after two years of uncertainty, the Dublin Irish Festival invites the Irish and the Irish-at-heart to celebrate together once again.

The Dublin Irish Festival is currently planned to return to its traditional setup prior to the pandemic. Seven stages, set on 38 acres in Coffman Park, provide the backdrop to one of the largest festivals of Irish music, entertainment and culture in the world. The Dublin Irish Festival will continue to monitor all current health and safety protocols from Franklin County Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

For more information about the Dublin Irish Festival, visit DublinIrishFestival.org and follow the Festival on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.

About the Dublin Irish Festival
Set on 38 rolling acres in the heart of Coffman Park in Dublin, Ohio USA, The Dublin Irish Festival is consistently referred to as one of the nation’s largest and premier Irish cultural events. More than 100,000 guests are expected to attend the Festival’s 35th anniversary on Aug. 5, 6 and 7, 2022. With seven stages, 75 acts and more than 600 performers, there is truly something for everyone. For more information and to purchase discount tickets in advance, please visit DublinIrishFestival.org.

Media Contact:
Cathy Witchey
Event Administrator
614.764.0690 – Cell
614.410.4520 – Desk