The Dublin Irish Festival is the largest three-day Irish Festival in the world. Literally nowhere on the planet will you find a bigger, better celebration of Irish dance, food, culture, and art than right here in Central Ohio! The festival is held in Coffman Park, and fills the park from end to end with Irish culture, arts, and entertainment. There’s even a Sunday church service and breakfast to be had. This is one of our community’s most treasured events, and it honors the spirit of Dublin, Ohio as well as our Irish immigrant history here. Come join us to celebrate the Irish in all of us!
This year, the festival runs from August 3, 4 & 5, and tickets are available for pre-purchase online for a discount, and at the festival gates.
Dublin Irish Festival Tickets:
Online Discounted Advance Tickets are available through midnight August 2:
Single day general admission, $10.
Add $5 to each ticket if purchased at the gate.
Beverage tokens are available singly and in bundles of 6 for $2 each. These are for all beverages, from water to whiskey.
Re-entry is allowed WITH hand stamp.
Dublin Irish Festival VIP Packages
Check the website as they sell out long before the event.
Dublin Irish Festival Hours
Friday, August 3 open 4pm-Midnight
Saturday, Aug 4 open 11am-Midnight
Sunday Church Service and Breakfast – 9:30am, which is free admission with non-perishable food donation for the Dublin Food Pantry
Sunday, Aug 5 open 11am-9pm
Dublin Irish Festival Events
A full schedule of events is on the website, but here’s a brief overview.
Beverage tastings: In the past, all beverage tastings were $16-24 per adult with ID. Beverages are Jameson Irish Whiskey, beer, and wine. Check the website for updated information.
Wee Folk Area: Pot O- Gold Playland is available for children aged 2 to 12. Unlimited rides can be purchased online before the festival for $10 and for $12 over the weekend.
Culture: Music workshops provide instruction and entertainment, cultural workshops provide instruction on chainmail, knitting, tatting, and more, Spoken Word provides Irish folktales and poetry, and the Traditions stage offers music, history, and dance presentations.
More: It’s hard to cover all the adventure available this weekend, but there is a Dub Crawl which has Dublin merchants offering special deals and staying open late on Friday, a race and fun run on Thursday, a genealogy tent, and a kids’ play area, too.
Note: All this information was correct at the time of publication, but there are sometimes last minute changes. Please check the event website for up-to-the-moment information before making your plans. Thank you!