Gates open at 1 p.m. for the final day of The Chicago Gaelic Park Irish Fest, which is the major suburban event in the Chicago area that celebrates Irish culture. The four-day festival ends Monday and has been ongoing for the last 20 years over the Memorial Day weekend at the 54-acre Chicago Gaelic Park (chicagogaelicpark.org) complex. It features dozens of musical acts, Irish sports activities, a petting zoo, storytelling and theater, dancing, kid’s activities and carnival rides.
Daily Admission includes ALL Stages, Events and Shows plus parking and FREE Unlimited Carnival Rides! Daily admission is $15 Adults with a discounted price of $10 for the first hour admissions only. Seniors and children ages four to twelve pay $12 while children under three are free.
Those attending can enter the annual raffle at Irish Fest that is separate from the chance to WIN two tickets to Ireland. This raffle requires you filling out the form linked below asking for your name and email address. Print this form and drop it off at the Information
Some of the scheduled acts include:
Johnny’s Touch O’Green Illusion Show, Monday, 2:00pm-2:45pm, Leprechaun Stage
Gerry Carney, Monday, May 25th, 3:30pm – 4:45, Tara Stage
Kathy Durkin Band, Monday, 3:30pm – 4:15pm, Crossroads Stage
Doug Leahy and the Next Generation Leahy, Monday,5:00pm – 6:15pm, Emerald Stage
Larkin and Moran Brothers, Monday, 6:45pm – 8:00pm, Emerald Stage
For a complete list, go to http://chicagogaelicparkirishfest.org/fest-schedule/scheduled-acts