Festival Near Me This Weekend
Whether you’re a local, homesick ex-pat or just a hip visitor who picked up on Buffalo’s fun-loving vibe, you’ll find an abundance of festivals near me this weekend that will delight your senses and enchant your spirit. From annual traditions to family-friendly fun to food and music, these events bring together a diverse community of natives and those who’ve come to love the region for its spirit and flavor.
Experience a day of family-friendly fun at Penn’s Colony Festival, an award-winning event with authentic focus on the 1753 journey of George Washington through this area. The festival weaves history into a colonial faire, and includes activities like live music, artisan crafts and food vendors.
Get your scare on at Kennywood’s Phantom Fall Fest, a seasonal festival with a twist. Visit during the day to enjoy family-friendly festivities and classic Kennywood autumn atmosphere, then at night take screams to the next level with seven haunted houses and four scare zones.
See Pittsburgh’s best Irish international, national and local acts during the Pittsburgh Irish Festival’s 32nd annual celebration of Celtic culture. A lineup of new bands, phenomenal solo artists and well-known favorites takes over the festival’s four stages for non-stop entertainment.
Celebrate Black history, heritage and culture at the Soulful Taste of the Burgh festival. This free, family-friendly event features an array of dishes, performances and small business marketplaces highlighting the contributions of Black culinary, butchery and food businesses.
Embrace the holiday season during Sister Bay’s Jack O’ Lantern Days, an old-fashioned hometown Halloween festival in Fish Creek, Wisconsin. The festival entertains families with live music throughout the village, arts and crafts projects and children’s games. Kids can also participate in the annual pumpkin ragatta, cookie decorating, and the village parade, while parents can enjoy holiday craft beer and wine and a craft fair.
Explore the wonders of nature in Door County at the 21st annual Festival of Nature, an outdoor event that showcases all that the Ridges Sanctuary has to offer. The festival includes guided field trips, demonstrations, exhibits and presentations.
The ReelAbilities Film Festival highlights the powerful stories of people with disabilities through impactful films, and includes panel discussions, artwork and more to help attendees understand and appreciate the diversity of people around them. Guests can also attend a special daytime screening for families and children to learn about the challenges and joys of living with a disability. For more information, click here.
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