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Detroit Irish Fest by Dine Drink Detroit

DESCRIPTION DETROIT IRISH FEST IRISH DRINK - IRISH DANCE - IRISH FUN Saturday March 17th, 2018 Doors at 9am • Event info: (855) 536.5433 • WEBSITE: www.DetroitrishFest Join us at Detroit's St Patrick's Day Celebration downtown. Enjoy all the festivitites the event has to offer all day and night at this premier location right across the street from the Athenium Hotel. Irish beer, Whiskey and much more will be flowing in the outdoor party areas and the heated party tents with all kinds of local to Detroit entertainment. • Giant Heated Tents & Outdoor Party • DJs / Bands & Entertainers • Beer Tents, Full Bar, Food, Music, Games & Much More! LOCATED AT: GREEKTOWN FESTIVAL GROUNDS 700 Randolph Street (City block of Brush and Lafayette) Detroit, MI 48226 HOSTED BY: Craig Jelinek – Jody Haddad – Brian Jeffries – Andrus McDonald -Scott Rutterbush DJs + LIVE BANDS PARKING: We recommend first the surface lot on site at the festival grounds. The on site parking is limited to first come first parked. After on site parking is full we recommend the several parking garages surrounding the grounds all within a few minute walk to our gates. Parking fills up very fast downtown on St Patrick's Day so arrive early and carpool if possible. PRODUCED BY: JEM Events Detroit, Vital Productions, 3Fifty Terrace, & Dine Drink Detroit SPONSORED BY: The Annex Detroit, Stayin Alive, Legends, Motor City Showgirls *Party details subject to change - All ticket sales are final AGE RESTRICTION: 21+ WEBSITE:

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