CANCELLED Music City Irish Fest
Please note, this event has expired.
King Hospitality Group, along with local representatives, have made the decision to cancel this weekend’s Music City Irish Fest. Damage from last week’s tornado in and around the Bicentennial Mall has highlighted crowd safety issues and security concerns. “Power grid outages, structural damage to nearby buildings and storm debris are not conducive to a safe and fun festival ground,” states event organizer Michael King. All purchased tickets are in the process of being refunded, and there are no plans in place to reschedule this year.
Irish Fest merchandise along with #TN Strong bracelets are now on sale HERE with proceeds going to Middle Tennessee Disaster Relief.
The journey of Celtic music and culture to America has long been recognized in the creation of a unique heritage and the birth of the world-famous bluegrass and country music for which Nashville is known. The roots are undeniably found in the musical wealth of Irish and Scots-Irish music and Nashville is proud to embrace this beautiful inheritance.
Come and be a part of a living history that welcomes all to share in its rich and evolving journey, from the shores of Ireland and Scotland to the buzzing streets of Nashville.
With the recent tornado hitting middle Tennessee a couple of days ago, Music City Irish Fest will be offering tornado relief. The event is being held at Bicentennial Capitol Mall, which is right near where a lot of the damage in Germantown happened. What you may not know is that Music City Irish Fest is headquartered in Germantown. By now you’ve seen the destruction that hit the neighborhood and other areas in Davidson, Putnam, and Wilson counties.