Festivals Near Me

There are attractions and celebrations in the Boston and Chinatown, but the sand sculpture festival at the San Francisco Museum of Natural History is its own thing. Enjoy martial arts, Asian dance and crafts, artists show, artisans sell their wares, and there is an attraction and celebration of “Boston Chinatown” on the second Saturday of each month.
At Yankee Homecoming Days in Newburyport, the city celebrates the Yankees “homecoming every year. The two-day event is a mashed potato and offers a variety of food, music, dance, crafts, handicrafts and much more.
Newburyport hosts the annual Yankee Homecoming Festival every first Saturday of the month from July to August.
In addition to handicrafts, there is music and entertainment throughout the weekend. Families are invited to enjoy fun and interactive activities presented by the Arts and Crafts Department of Newburyport and local community groups. Enjoy a festival that is all about apples and butter, with food, music, crafts and fun for all ages.
This long-time favourite offers food, fun and activities for all ages, and highlights include a car show on Chestnut Street. The Salem Maritime Festival offers a variety of activities including hang gliding, sailing, fishing, kayaking, boating, canoeing and more.
Sponsored by Penn Community Bank Amphitheater, the Bensalem Fall Festival offers a variety of activities to enjoy live entertainment, eat, craft and listen to live music with the Urban Guerilla Orchestra. Tractor pulling, boat pulling, fireworks, car show and much more at the Salem Lake Festival.
Enjoy a variety of activities, food, crafts, entertainment and more in the streets of the historic city centre on October 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 from 10 am to 5 pm.
Bring your own scarecrow and enjoy old-fashioned family fun in the streets of the historic city centre on 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 October from 10am to 5pm. Enjoy the opportunity to taste imported food and bakery products at this annual Norwegian festival. Enjoy a variety of activities, food, crafts, entertainment and more at the annual festival on September 30, October 31 and October 2.
On 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 October from 10 am to 5 pm there will be live music and delicious German food. On 30 September, 31 October and 2 October, from 1 pm to 4 pm and 5 pm to 7 pm, the streets of the historic city centre offer a variety of activities, food, handicrafts, entertainment and more.
For the eleventh consecutive year, East Somerville Main Streets and SomerStreets will work together to present Carnaval at Somerville Stre Streets on June 7, 2020.
The Boston Pride Festival is a family-friendly event that welcomes families of all kinds. Enjoy the autumnal view on the banks of the River Charles and watch rowing teams from across the country compete. Weeks Footbridge on Memorial Drive in Cambridge celebrates the 50th anniversary of Boston’s first Gay Pride Festival.
Enjoy the fun, the music and all the food you can eat, as well as the family-friendly activities. If festivals are your thing, check out this handy guide to some of Boston’s most popular festivals that take place every year. Learn about the best family-friendly fairs and festivals, including the Boston Children’s Festival, Boston Family Festival and Boston Kids Festival.
Here’s a list of the best fall festivals still coming, from Boston’s most popular summer festivals to the city’s best summer events.
The Ohio Renaissance Festival opens its 30th year on Labor Day weekend, and organizers are expecting hundreds of thousands of guests at the Ohio State Fairgrounds in Columbus, Ohio, for the annual celebration of Renaissance art, music and culture.
There’s kayaking, mountain biking and rock climbing, and the weekend is full of activities for kids, such as a bike ride and the chance to win a $1,000 gift card to the Ohio State Fairgrounds for a trip to Columbus.
If the event itself is sold out, there will only be a limited number of tickets at the box office, so follow this link to register.
Every December weekend, Leesburg Zoo in Loudoun celebrates its annual Christmas. Historic houses are decorated for the season with festivals from different times and cultures. The campsite in Lake Fairfax Park is turning into a light show for a magical winter for families with a variety of activities and activities for children.