It drizzled, it rained, it poured.
A lot like the weather in Scotland and Ireland, come to think about it. But a bit of moisture from the skies did little to dampen the enthusiasm of festival-goers along Phoenixville’s main drag on Saturday.
It pretty much had everything.
There was great music, to start… Barleyjuice, Oliver McElhone, Charlie Zahm, The Brigade, Ted the Fiddler Band.
Irish Thunder Pipes & Drums performed throughout the day, as did the Pride of Erin dancers.
Vendors sold everything from Celtic jewelry to Guinness baseball caps to fish and chips.
One last thing … props to the bride and groom who stopped their limo and jumped out to share a quick dance in front of the stage. Every marriage should get off to such a good start.