Irish Festival 2013 in Littleton Colorado

Colorado Irish Festival 2013 in Littleton Colorado

Dates: July 12-14, 2013

Where: Littleton, Colorado

our Irish weekend EVERY YEAR since 1994.

This premier 3-day community event always has something for everyone. You don’t have to be Irish to experience fun ~ The Irish Way! Enjoy Irish culture, music, dancing, food, kids activities, entertainment and refreshing beverages for one and all!

NEW FOR 2013!

The Paddy ‘O! A private, members only area that anyone 21 years of age and older can join.

The Paddy ‘O is a fun, raucous place for you and your friends to relax away from the crowds. You will enjoy no lines for drinks, tickets, or the privy! Relax in a private tent providing shade, your own private viewing area of the main stage, food for purchase, and a private bar!

Must be 21 yrs. or older. Tickets Limited!!

Paddy ‘O Benefits Include:

Festival Admission (advance purchase only)

Paddy ‘O Beverage Tokens

Private Bar


Private Privy

Shade Tent

Private Viewing Area of Main Stage

Special Band Appearance between sets

Special Paddy ‘O Member gift

Opportunity to win giveaways

Opportunity to purchase more food & bev tickets

Come join us at the Paddy ‘O to celebrate our inaugural year!

The Craic will be mighty! Tickets limited. Be a Paddy ‘O Member!

Killian’s Irish Stout

will be back again in 2013!

The Colorado Irish Festival is proud to continue serving Killian’s Irish Stout at this year’s event!!!

Killian’s Irish Stout was brand new in 2011, and we were the first event in the country to debut it! Slainte!!!

Coors is a local company, employing over 3,000 people in Colorado and thousands more across the country. Killian’s Irish Red has a history very similar to many of us who live here in Colorado, and claim Irish roots. Killian’s recipe was born from George Killian in Enniscorthy, Ireland. Just as many of our families have found their way to beautiful Colorado, so too has Killian’s Irish Red. In fact, Killian’s is brewed right here in Golden, Colorado!

Join us in raising a glass of this finely brewed beer. When you do, we hope you will not only think of its history, but the many Colorado jobs and families it supports.

Read more about beer at the festival.



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