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Old 06-25-2015, 07:43 AM
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Evacuation Day in Boston/Suffolk County. Its also St. Pattys Day so maybe that's why its so big.
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Old 06-28-2015, 04:50 AM
Location: Albuquerque, NM
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Fiestas de Santa Fe are pretty amazing, but a lot of Spanish-rooted cities have Fiesta. So I'll go with a quirkier event . . .


The Burning of Will Shuster's Zozobra
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Old 06-28-2015, 09:08 AM
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Phuzz Fest : Winston-Salem's premier music festival; more than 60 national and local acts on multiple stages around downtown
The National Black Theater Festival : one of a kind, held in Winston-Salem, celebrating and uniting black theater companies across America; attracts 60,000 visitors; originally supported by Maya Angelou and has celebrity hosts each year.
RiverRun International Film Festival: feature length and short films from all genres sponsored by UNCSA; qualifying festival for the Academy Awards; held annually in Winston-Salem.
MerleFest: annual music festival formerly hosted by Doc Watson until his death; blues, bluegrass, Americana, folk, jazz, rock, and other genres represented; has drawn performers like Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Allyson Krause, the Doobie Brothers, Elvis Costello, Linda Ronstadt, and a long list of others.
Winston-Salem Pride: the city's annual Pride celebration, drawing thousands to a parade and outdoor party downtown.
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Old 06-28-2015, 09:57 AM
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Atlanta Dogwood Festival: the city's premier arts festival for over 80 years...held in Piedmont Park when dogwoods are in bloom and draws hundreds of thousands.
TomorrowWorld: international electronic music festival that draws 150,000 held in Atlanta; nominated for Best Music Event in 2014.
Dragon Con: science fiction/fantasy/comic book/fan culture festival held in downtown Atlanta drawing 50,000 to 100,000.
Music Midtown: 2-day music festival in Atlanta drawing national acts and hundreds of thousands of fans.
Peachtree Road Race: world's largest 10 km race and festival with 60,000 runners, both professional and amateur.
Atlanta Jewish Film Festival: the 23-day festival is the largest Jewish film festival in the world with 40,000 attendees.
Atlanta Pride: one of the oldest and largest Pride celebrations in the U.S.
Atlanta Jazz Festival: the nation's largest FREE Jazz festival, featuring legends and up-and-coming artists during the entire month of May in venues across the city.
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Old 06-28-2015, 10:07 AM
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Antique Tractor Show - Tractors are the main attraction, with antique models, antique toy tractor pedal models, an antique tractor "sled pull" and a tractor parade. Water pumping, wheat threshing, corn grinding, rope making, and antique tool exhibits demonstrate activities of days gone by.

Flights of Our Father Fly-In - is held each September in association with the No. 1 British Flying Training School Museum. It Includes a salute to veterans of all branches of the services, recognizing the honor and valor of our fallen service men and women, and the ultimate sacrifice of five young men.
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Old 06-28-2015, 08:59 PM
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Default Kurentovanje

Kurentovanje, a Slovenian winter festival in Cleveland, featuring Kurent monsters.

Cleveland Kurentovanje winter festival luring visitors to St. Clair-Superior area with Slovenian food, drink and scary monsters | cleveland.com

One of Greater Cleveland's great events is a big draw for geneticists from around the world, and a time and place where singletons will feel overwhelmed.



Annually, Cleveland has an event which features its world-class orchestra, typically at the foot of the Terminal Tower, one of the world's most historic skyscrapers (the tallest in the world outside of NYC for two decades and featured in many movies, such as the 2012 "The Avengers"). Usually the event takes place before July 4th (the orchestra's musicians open the Blossom Music Festival at Blossom Music Center on July 4th weekend each year). Early attendees can stake out positions for free to hear one of the world's top orchestras from 50-feet, accompanied by a computerized LED-light show on the Terminal Tower.


The Burning River Fest is a Cleveland eco-festival that commemorates the famed day in 1969 when the Cuyahoga River caught on fire, helping inspire the federal Clean River Act.



Does anyone else celebrate the summer solstice? I would think this would be common, but it's become a big social event in Cleveland in a very short number of years.


Dyngus Day is another new celebration rapidly growing in popularity in Cleveland.


I know Dyngus Day is celebrated in Chicago and Buffalo, but anywhere else?

Do other cities have an Ingenuity Festival?


Cleveland's University Circle is one of the nation's great cultural districts and is the focus of several great festivals.


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Old 06-28-2015, 10:32 PM
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This should be the last link in the Cleveland listings.

Holiday CircleFest | University Circle | Cleveland Ohio | Arts & Culture, Education & Medical District
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Old 06-29-2015, 08:26 AM
Location: Asheville, NC
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Fall for Greenville:

Festival Guide | Fall for Greenville 2015 : Fall for Greenville
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Old 06-30-2015, 01:26 AM
Location: West Coast - Best Coast!
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Here in Seattle we celebrate the summer solstice with the Fremont Solstice Fair, known for its kooky parade featuring naked, body-painted bicyclists and arts-&-craftsy "floats" celebrating whatever art or message the group chooses to promote (only rule: no motorized floats allowed). Fremont Solstice Fair ? June 19-21, 2015
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Old 06-30-2015, 07:48 PM
Location: Baghdad by the Bay (San Francisco, California)
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Folsom Street Fair is an anual bondage/domination/sadomasochism festival with live sex acts and humiliation, spanking, nudity, etc. out on the street that is mostly gay/leather in its focus.

Up Your Alley is a similar, smaller, but dirtier and gayer version of Folsom.

The How Weird Street Fair is more of a costume/art/music festival on Howard St.

Bay to Breakers is a costumed (and sometimes nude) fun run across San Francisco, with multiple parties and bar stops along the way. The seven mile "run" takes 10-12 hours for some to finish.

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass is a totally free music festival in the park that gets an interesting mix of acts and audiences.

SantaCon, our most reviled holiday export, started here but has spread worldwide. Apologies for that one.

Neil Young does his anual Bridge School Benefit festival here, which is really more like a family jam session. It is intimate like no music festival you've ever seen, despite showcasing some of the biggest names in rock.

Burning Man is a San Francisco invention, even though it now happens well east of here I the desert.

There are, of course, also countless street/neighborhood/ethnic events throughout the summer months that attract tens of thousands of people. They're unique because the neighborhoods they celebrate have uniquely San Francisco characteristics, but there are several analogues in other cities.
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