Our EntertainmentInternational and Local Stars of Celtic Music on Two Stages
All accomplished young musicians in their own right, FullSet create a stunning and unique sound that is full of energy and innovation, whilst all the time remaining true to their traditional roots.
The Capital City Men's Chorus is an all-male chorus. It is the longest, continually running men's chorus in the city. Participation by singing as well as non-singing membership is encouraged!
For the past 30 years Silver Thistle has been a competitive bagpipe band, serving the greater Austin area by performing and teaching a mix of modern and trad music.
AIDAN is an Irish music ensemble based in Austin, comprised of Jeff Moore, Christopher Buckley and Jon Milton. Together they represent decades of commitment to Irish traditional music.
An Austin based, high energy, traditional Irish music trio their performances have garnered many accolades and critical praise, culminating with the Austin Music Award for Best World Music.
A dance club composed of Central Texans who perform a uniquely American dance form that is rooted in traditional Appalachian-style clogging - but with a decidedly modern flair.
Austin's top Irish dance school will be at the Fest and it is a great opportunity to find out how you or your child can get involved in learning Irish dance!
A special St. Paddy's Day menu including Fish n Chips, Irish Po'Boys, Corned Beef &Cabbage. Irish beers will be on tap including Guinness, Harp and Smithwicks. No green beer, it'll be the color God and Arthur Guinness intended.
We are honored to have Ireland’s new Consul General to Texas making an appearance at this year's St. Patrick's Day celebration!
The Gaelic League will be offering a free intro to Irish language workshop from 5pm-6pm. Fun for all ages!
This state-of-the-art video game experience features Guitar Hero, Madden Football, Call of Duty, and more on huge plasma screens in a climate-controlled gaming utopia, from 3pm to 7:30pm.
Standing in the center of 3 steel rings that rotate inside one another, you'll go round and round and upside down without getting dizzy. From 3pm to 7:30pm.