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Milwaukee Irish Fest, the world's largest Irish music festival, announced tonight that the event was canceled for this summer.
Irish Fest is gearing up for its 40th annual festival at the Milwaukee lakefront and it has announced the lineup of entertainers on tap for that event, which takes place Aug. 13-16 at the Henry Maier Festival Park.
Every March, Gilles' Frozen Custard - the longest-running frozen custard stand in the area, dating to 1938 - at 7515 W. Bluemound Rd. brings back its popular Jameson Irish Whiskey custard in honor of St. Patrick's Day.
Ed Ward, the driving force behind the founding of Milwaukee Irish Fest, the John J. Ward Irish Music Archives, the respected band Blarney and the Irish Fest Foundation, has died. Ward, who was 74, passed away on Sunday, Oct. 13 after a long battle with cancer.
Contrary to popular belief, summer is almost here! Here's OnMilwaukee's Milwaukee summer festivals guide for a glimpse of what the summer will bring.
Drum roll, please. Milwaukee Irish Fest, the world's largest celebration of Irish and Celtic music and culture, has announced its star-studded 2019 entertainment lineup.
We Banjo 3 vocalist and guitarist David Howley spoke with OnMilwaukee about the band's amazing journey and its affection for the city that launched its popularity in America.
The Wisconsin State Fair on Tuesday announced its partner promotions for the 2018 festival, including a few favorites from years past. These promotions offer a variety of local deals, allowing visitors affordable options for attending the 2018 Wisconsin State Fair, Aug. 2-12.
The hopefully final snowfall has melted away (*knocks on wood*), which means we can finally start looking ahead to summer festival season - including Milwaukee Irish Fest, which today announced its lineup of musical entertainment.
Milwaukee may be a long way from We Banjo 3's native Galway - only a casual 3,510 miles - but, for the popular Irish band of brothers, it feels like home.
Fresh off a sold out, three-week Japan tour, Milwaukee's Trinity Irish Dance Company will make a special, evening Irish Fest appearance, their first in nearly 20 years.
For generations, outdoor festivals have served as mating grounds for randy and romantic hopefuls. However, if you're not sure how to break the ice with someone who's rocking your festival world, OnMilwaukee offers pick-up lines that might be worth a try.
There's plenty to love about Irishmen Duncan and Richard Blair, owners of the Blairs Inn in Blarney, Ireland - including the fact that they seem to love it in Milwaukee.
As the 35th anniversary of Irish Fest approaches, one icon that is hard to escape in Milwaukee - and in many ways nationally - is its official logo: the smiling leprechaun known today as Paddy McFest. But Paddy's development, like other symbols of the Fest, did not come easily, since within the Irish community - and certainly within Ireland - there has long been debate on the way the country and its culture are presented to the world at large.