|Spring Lake New Jersey's
Irish Festival Saturday:
June 15, 2019 (12P-5P)
This year the Irish Festival will feature many family friendly events perfect for a Spring-time stroll through downtown Spring Lake. Expect live music, dancing, food, kids activities and shopping.
Spring Lake is known as the Jersey Shore’s Irish Riviera! Come celebrate Irish hospitality with us!
Vendors accepted by calling the Chamber office at: 732-449-0577 or email@example.com
We will update the festival page in spring as we confirm acts and vendors. Scroll down to see why this festival is the most popular celebration of Irish heritage in central New Jersey!
||2018 IRISH FESTIVAL
SAT, JUNE 9, 2018
3rd Place $25 SL Chamber Gift Certificate
No age restrictions.
Judges may not enter.
Entry Deadline: Entries must be dropped off between the hours of 10:00am – 12:00pm, June 9, 2018. No pre-registration is necessary. Please do not bring in your good china. Disposable platters are requested. Drop off @:
KATE & COMPANY
1100 THIRD AVENUE, SL
Registration Process: When contestants arrive, they will complete an entry form for each loaf entered. The loaf will be marked by Festival staff with an entry #.
Judging: Final judging will take place at 4pm on Morris Avenue at the Chamber of Commerce Booth.
Winner Announcement: Contestants not need be present to win. All winners will be announced after the 4pm judging. Winners will be notified if not present.
Prizes: Prizes will be awarded as follows:
1st Place $100 SL Chamber Gift Certificate
2nd Place $ 50 SL Chamber Gift Certificate
Click here for soda bread entry form
Want to be a vendor for June 15, 2019?
Contact the Chamber @ 732-449-0577
2017 IRISH FESTIVAL RECAP:
The 2017 Spring Lake Irish Festival was held on Saturday, May 20th from noon till 5:00 p.m. on Morris Avenue, which was closed to traffic from Third Avenue to Fourth Avenue. There will also be activities, a photo booth, and buskers performing on Third Avenue. There will be music featuring Six Mile Cross (12 – 2:00) and The Snakes (3:00 – 5:00) throughout the afternoon from the stage on Morris Avenue behind the centennial clock.
The Food Court served Irish favorites as well as typical festival choices throughout the afternoon from Chamber member restaurants like St. Stephen’s Green, On Third Café, Ray’s Café and Spring Lake Tap House to name a few. We featured our Beer & Wine Garden where you can enjoy a Guinness, a Bud or a Coors Light or a glass of wine with your lunch in the garden area.
SEE: Irish Festival Archive