A family friendly event celebrating New York City's great Irish-American heritage and culture on the Coney Island Boardwalk.
The Irish American Building Society is pleased to announce that it will host its 37th Annual Great Irish Fair on Saturday, September 22nd at The Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk in Brooklyn, New York.
The Great Irish Fair is a family friendly event celebrating New York City's great Irish-American heritage and culture that attracts thousands of New Yorkers to Coney Island each year.
From 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM fair goers will enjoy traditional and contemporary Irish music, goods, foods and beverages available for sale from many participating vendors. The packed schedule kicks off with a mass celebration and awards ceremony, followed by exciting performances from local and international bands including Shilelagh Law, The Canny Brothers Band, Andy Cooney, The Narrowback, Unforgettable Fire and more.
The Great Irish Fair will honor distinguished guests with awards reflective of the rich Irish traditions and the outstanding achievements of each individual. In partnership with other sponsors, the Great Irish Fair is underwritten and organized by the Irish American Building Society Charities, Inc. (IABSC) whose mission is to carry on the great Irish American tradition of giving. 100% of all net proceeds derived from the GIF will be donated to a charitable fund for the benefit of Brooklyn and Queens Diocesan Catholic Elementary Schools.
About Irish American Building Society
The Irish American Building Society (IABS) is an organization dedicated to developing and fostering business, cultural, educational and charitable activities for its members. IABS strives towards a setting that promotes friendship, encourages cooperation and mutual development on both a personal and professional level, and fosters education through our scholarship program. For more information, please visit www.iabsny.com.
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