Dublin the Fun Partner Promotions Make Milwaukee Irish Fest Even More Affordable

July 28, 2016

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (July 27, 2016) – Milwaukee Irish Fest now offers even more “Dublin the Fun” partner promotions for the 2016 festival. The advanced ticket packages, available online, include both a ticket to Milwaukee Irish Fest as well as admission to one of several fun and diverse events Milwaukee has to offer. This year’s festival runs Aug. 18 through Aug. 21 along Milwaukee’s lakefront.

2016 Dublin the Fun ticket packages include:
• Fair & Fest Deal: $18.00
o Includes one admission ticket to the Wisconsin State Fair, valid Aug. 4 through Aug. 14, and one general admission ticket to Milwaukee Irish Fest. This deal is available until August 14.
• Milwaukee Journal Sentinel a la carte at the Zoo presented by Meijer: $20.00
o Includes one Zoo a la Carte admission ticket, valid Aug. 18 through Aug. 21, and one Milwaukee Irish Fest general admission ticket. There are a limited number of tickets on sale until July 31.
• The Milwaukee Theatre Celtic Thunder Legacy Tour Show: $45.00
o Includes one admission ticket to the Celtic Thunder Legacy show at the Milwaukee Theatre on Sept. 25, 2016 at 7 p.m. as well as one general admission ticket to Milwaukee Irish Fest. There are a limited number of tickets on sale until Aug. 15.
• Shepherd Express’ Art Turns 30 event: $30.00
o Includes one ticket to Shepherd Express’ Art Turns 30 event at Lakefront Brewery on July 28, 2016 and one general admission ticket to Milwaukee Irish Fest. The first 75 individuals to purchase this package will receive a mini bottle of Jameson Whiskey. Tickets are on sale through July 28. Purchasers must be 21 years of age or older.
• Milwaukee Bucks: $30.00
o Includes one Milwaukee Bucks t-shirt, one ticket to select home Milwaukee Bucks games and one general admission ticket to Milwaukee Irish Fest. Tickets are on sale July 27 through Aug. 14.

To purchase ticket packages, learn more about other discounts or find a complete schedule for Milwaukee Irish Fest, visit IrishFest.com.

About Milwaukee Irish Fest
Milwaukee Irish Fest is the world’s largest celebration of Celtic music and culture. The four-day festival showcases more than 100 entertainment acts on 17 stages at Henry W. Maier Festival Park on Milwaukee’s lakefront. The annual festival occurs every third weekend in August. The 36th annual Milwaukee Irish Fest takes place August 18 to 21, 2016.

Milwaukee Irish Fest is proudly presented by CelticMKE, a non-profit organization dedicated to igniting a love of Celtic culture in all people. With the help of more than 4,000 volunteers, CelticMKE and Milwaukee Irish Fest promote Celtic music, dance, drama, sports, culture, children’s activities and genealogy through the annual festival, as well as year-round programming. For more information, visit www.IrishFest.com.

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