An Irish Night at the Museum
- Community & Culture
- Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee WI
The Willis Clan is a family of amazing musicians, dancers, athletes, writers, and artists. Living in middle Tennessee, they merge their Irish roots with other music and dance genres to create a unique blend of the old and new.
Details on The Event:
Doors Open at 7 PM with music starting at 8 PM.
Parking is available in the Saint Bernard's parking lot located directly south of the Milwaukee Irish Fest Center.
Milwaukee Irish Fest is North America’s largest celebration of Irish, Irish American and Celtic music and culture. The four-day festival showcases more than 100 entertainment acts on 16-stages at Henry W. Maier Festival Park on Milwaukee’s lakefront. The annual festival occurs every third weekend in August. The 2015 festival takes place August 13 to 16.
More than just a festival, the Milwaukee Irish Fest organization is passionately committed to igniting a love of Irish, Irish American and Celtic culture in all people. With the help of more than 4,000 volunteers, Milwaukee Irish Fest shares Irish and Celtic music, dance, drama, sports, culture, children’s activities and genealogy through year-round programming.
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