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Dublin Irish Festival Expecting 100,000 to Attend

Updated: Friday, August 1 2014, 10:08 AM EDT
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DUBLIN (Adam Slinger) – It’s bigger than ever before.

The Dublin Irish Festival has grown from 27 acres last year to nearly 40 acres this year. Organizers are expecting 100,000 people to attend the three day festival at Coffman Park.

More than 50 bands from around the world will take over seven stages alongside some of the best Irish and local food vendors. For those who’ve had too much to drink, $10 taxi vouchers from Central Ohio Safe Ride will be offered.

The festival opens at 4pm on Friday and ends at 9pm on Sunday.Dublin Irish Festival Expecting 100,000 to Attend
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