Fáilte! To the 19th Annual Irish 2000 Music & Arts Festival

 

Photo of Emish On Stage

Save the dates - September 18 and 19

 

It’s 2015 and that means it will be the 19th Annual Irish 2000 Music and Arts Festival, the celebration that is midway to St. Patrick’s Day!

 

Be sure to save the dates -- Sept. 18 and 19 -- for two great days celebrating Irish music and culture at the Saratoga County Fairgrounds in Ballston Spa, NY. There’s plenty of great entertainment -- plus food, beverages and Celtic Vendors.

Our discounted, advance-sale tickets are now on sale on our website. And, we're proud to say we've partnered once again with Price Chopper Supermarkets. Discount tickets go on sale at their registers in on Aug 2. 

Other sponsors include WTEN/Fox 23 and iHeartMedia radio stations of Albany. Just a reminder that the not-for-profit Irish Music and Arts Festival, Inc. organizes the annual festival. The goal of the organization is, “To preserve, protect and promote Irish history and culture in the 21st century.” 

Our thanks to all who joined us for Irish 2000 through the years. We couldn’t do it without your support!

 

 T-shirts and Good Times!

Everyone loves T-shirts. And, those of us who love Irish 2000 are no exception. As a natural, then, I2K is offering T-shirts for sale for a two-fold purpose: 

  1. They’re awesome. We designed a long-sleeved, black T-shirt with multiple colors. 
  2. They’ll also help us raise some money to help us with last year’s wash.

Follow this link, booster.com/irish2000fest, and you’ll find all the details and order your shirt online.

Order your  T-shirt now, they will only be available until August 15th! The shirts will be shipped to your door in time for the19th Annual Irish 2000. Yes, postage and handling cost a few dollars. And, yes, there is the option to donate to Irish 2000 to keep it viable. But it’s all part of a good cause. Great T-shirts. Irish 2000. And, preserving Irish culture and tradition.

See you on Sept. 18 and 19 at the Saratoga County Fairgrounds -- wearing your shirt and being Irish and proud!

Slainte!