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North Texas Irish Festival 2021

In the name of performance and study of Celtic music and dance in the Southwest


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Being incepted in March of 1983 in Dallas, TX and existing under Irish and other Celtic influences, The North Texas Irish Festival (NTIF) in Fair Park is known as the second oldest Irish festival in the country. Being one of the most significant events in the United States, it boasts performances from the local pipe and drum bands, as well as music from numerous artists from Texas and near-by states. The fest showcases craft demonstrations, workshops, games, traditional Irish foods and drinks, vendor areas, a children’s area, and much more.

The annual three-day NTIF features professional crafts and arts vendors with a Celtic or handcrafted theme, as well as general merchandise businesses that offer quality products.

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