The Rochester Irish Festival is a wonderful time of year to throw on your favorite green garb and get ready to party like the Irish do. Those that attend the festival can expect to enjoy authentic Irish dancing, great entertainment for children, and plenty of tradition Irish food and drink that will fill your belly and make you happy.
The Rochester Irish Festival has a history of having delicious food, no matter what your palate desires. You can expect to find plenty of booths that offer potatoes, breads, meats, seafood and more. (more…)
August 3rd, 2013 admin
The annual Rochester Irish Festival features good food and a variety of family activities. The week-long event celebrates the city’s Irish heritage. You will find live performances of the local Irish dance troops. The festival started in 1994 and is held each year in September in Rochester, New York. You will find booths that feature traditional Irish dance costumes. Learn about the Irish dance culture by attending one of the live dance shows. Festivals are a great way to spend the weekend with the entire family. (more…)
May 30th, 2013 admin
Held annually during the month of September, the Rochester Irish Festival began in 1994.
In the early 90′s, the population of Rochester, New York was looking for a way to celebrate their Irish heritage. The city set up a committee to research the possibility of having an annual festival that featured Irish foods, arts & crafts, and entertainment.
Rochester Irish Festival, Inc. was founded in 1994 and began holding annual weekend-long festivals in September. Each festival features a variety of entertainment, a children’s area, arts & crafts and food. The festival is held at Durand Eastman (more…)
March 27th, 2013 admin
The Rochester Irish Festival is an annual event that began in 1994. Held at Camp Eastman in Inrondequoit, New York, this yearly celebration of Irish culture is organized and maintained solely by volunteer efforts. Family-friendly, authentic and vibrant, the Rochester Irish Festival provides world class Irish entertainment, cuisine, apparel, dancing and art with a focus on celebrating the Irish heritage of residents of Rochester and its surrounding area. Attendees are expected to be respectful and courteous at (more…)
December 1st, 2012 admin
Established in year of 1994, the Rochester Irish Festival offers a great community of people who come each and every year to the exhibition to share an authentic Irish heritage and culture among others. The people who founded the organization are proudly committed to having such an event where the environment is great and is full of smiling children dancing all around. For we must say that the entertainment is to die for, and offers a very delightful and memorable experience that one shall never forget. (more…)
September 14th, 2011 admin
September 9, 10, and 11, 2011 will mark the 17th Annual Rochester Irish Festival held at Camp Eastman, Irondequoit, N.Y. This celebration began in 1994 staffed solely by volunteers anxious to provide wholesome entertainment in celebration of the Irish heritage of the people of Rochester and the surrounding area.The rule is still that attendees will be courteous and not interfere with the enjoyment of others but be ladies and gentlemen.
This festival is dear to the hearts of those around the area. A long and (more…)
September 12th, 2011 admin
Rochester Irish festival lets people celebrate the heritage of the Emerald Isles. It does not matter whether a person actually comes from Irish stock or not. Many Americans have some Irish heritage, whether or not their last name reflects this fact. Even people who do not have Irish heritage can attend the festival to enjoy new music or learn about a new culture.
Visitors do not pay much to attend the festival. An adult ticket is around 12. People who get inside can wonder around and display the booths. Tourists who want to use their time effectively need to make (more…)
September 8th, 2011 admin
The 17th Annual Rochester Irish Festival at Camp Eastman, Irondequoit, New York offers an exciting schedule of entertainment this year. The Festival will be held September 9th through the 11, gates opening Friday at 3:00pm and closing at 11:00pm. Opening ceremonies begin at 6:30pm Friday. On Saturday gates open at 12:00pm and close at 11:00pm. Sunday 12:00pm until 6:00pm. There will be a Catholic Mass Sunday morning at 10:00am. Friday at 4:30pm Francis Academy followed by the Dave North Trio at 5:00pm. Friday evening at 7:00 (more…)
September 6th, 2011 admin