It wouldn’t officially be March without the largest Celtic gathering in the South: The North Texas Irish Festival. Held in Fair Park for over 30 years, the NTIF is held Friday March 1 to Sunday March 3 with everything from Scottish Clans to a Celtic Village, Deloreans to chalk artists.
Presented by the Southwest Celtic Music Association, the weekend’s performers include world famous bands and performers like Grand Dérangement, Patrick Ball, FullSet, The Elders, Arvel Bird, and many more true Irish and Celtic performs. Other stages will feature traditional Irish Step dancing from groups like The Fèis while professional chefs serve up traditional Irish cuisine as well as some familiar dishes with a new twist. Bring on the bangers and mash!
Craft beer and whiskey tasting, Gaelic sports, Irish storytellers, and The Spirit of the Celtic Horse complete the authentic Celtic experience.
So get out your best kilt, prepare yourself for the very finest in Irish and Celtic entertainment, and get your tickets to the 31st annual North Texas Irish Festival. Want to get a feel for this feisty festival before you go? Watch our video!
Caitlin Clark is the Arts & Entertainment and Style Writer and Social Media Director for YouPlusDallas. Follow her on Twitter at @caitlinclark
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