Milwaukee Irish Fest Bluegrass Showcase Ticket Giveaway
By Mandolin Cafe
June 11, 2012 - 11:30 am
Milwaukee Irish Fest Bluegrass Showcase - August 16-19, 2012
Milwaukee, Wis. — The Milwaukee Irish Fest is combining efforts with the Mandolin Cafe to give away eight tickets (four winners, each winner receives two tickets) to their Irish Fest Bluegrass Showcase, August 16-19 at Henry Maier Festival Park along the beautiful shore of Lake Michigan.
The tickets are also good for general admission on any day of the festival and have a face value of $15 per ticket.
Registration for a chance to win will commence on the Mandolin Cafe web site Monday, June 18. The four winning entries will be chosen and contacted on June 25. Tickets will be delivered by mail in July.
No purchase is necessary to participate and registration will be open to all visitors, regardless of location.
This year's Irish Fest Bluegrass Showcase will include performances by:
Del McCoury Band
Tim O'Brien & Bryan Sutton
High Roads & Railroads
Brock McGuire Band
... and many more!
The Bluegrass Showcase will include more than 30 bluegrass performances over the 4-day festival.
About the Milwaukee Irish Fest
The mission of the Milwaukee Irish Fest is to promote and celebrate all aspects of Irish Culture and to instill in future generations an appreciation of Irish Heritage. What originated as the seed of an idea for an event to celebrate and promote Irish heritage, Irish Festivals Inc. has emerged into a thriving organization that celebrates the music, culture and history of Ireland during its four-day festival as well as several outreach initiatives throughout the year.
Milwaukee Irish Fest
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If I wasn't getting in free all four days, I'd try my luck at getting tickets1