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If you're looking for a cultural event in downtown Indy that offers a myriad of activities in one weekend, Indy Irish Fest is the place you want to be. The festivities kick off this Thursday (Sept. 11) with a Pub Night Preview Concert, and continue until Sunday at Military Park (601 W. New York St.). Highlights include:

Green is not required, but it is encouraged.  - TOM STRATTMAN
  • Tom Strattman
  • Green is not required, but it is encouraged.

Advance sale tickets for the three-day event, now in its 19th year, are $10 for a day pass and can be purchased at Indy-area O'Malia's stores, Marsh Supermarkets, Claddagh Irish Pubs, and The Golden Ace Inn. (See the festival website for pricing information for children, students, and military.) Tickets at the gate are $15 a day for adults.

For more information, visit the Indy Irish Fest website, Facebook or Twitter. Visit YouTube for a short video that offers a snapshot of past years' festivals.

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