Sep 01 5:00 pm - Sep 03 11:00 pm (GMT-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
2405 Grand Blvd, Kansas City, Missouri 64108, United States
It’s no secret the Irish can tell a good story, so let us tell yours to our attendees! With over 30 bands on nine stages, heritage workshops and displays, comedy, genealogy, a massive children’s area and so much more, there is no better way to celebrate Celtic Pride in Cowtown than Kansas City Irish Fest. Whether you are looking to get your brand in front of thousands of people, or sell you art, your Irish wares, or culinary delights, Kansas City Irish Fest is the festival for you. Visit kcirishfest.com to learn more and email email@example.com with any questions!
The Kansas City Irish Festival is happy to continue their annual Art in the Park addition to their celebration of Celtic pride. Modeled after Merrion Square in Dublin, up to fifty artisans will be showcased in the beautiful tree-lined Washington Park, adjacent to Crown Center Square and in the heart of Kansas City’s burgeoning historical art district – the Crossroads.
Festival Hours: Fri 5pm – 11pm, Sat 11am – 11pm, Sun 11am – 11pm
Art in the Park Hours: Fri 5pm - 9:30pm, Sat 11am - 9:30pm, Sun 11am - 9:30pm
Set-up: Thursday afternoon Noon- 5pm, Friday 10am – 3pm (trucks have access within approx. 400 ft. from booth)
Tear down: By 12am Sunday night
Security: On-site full time security provided during festival, Friday 5:00pm - Sunday 11:00pm. But Kansas City Irish Fest is not responsible for lost or stolen items so please plan accordingly.
The Kansas City Irish Festival, the fastest growing Irish festival in America, has an outstanding reputation among participants and visitors, attracting over 80,000 people annually. We showcase two dozen world class acts on five main stages, Irish heritage exhibits, fabulous traditional food, children’s activities, and an Irish Marketplace. Two hotels on site sell out over 2000 hotel nights over the weekend. This juried festival is open to all emerging and established artists. While we are looking to add to the cultural climate of a Celtic Festival, we are not limited to Celtic themed art.