In the U.S., summer is usually the season for festivals, water sports, cookouts, and other activities. June kicks off this season, and the weather merged with the holidays that take place, make it a popular period for travel.
Remember, the season will last just a few months, so it’s best you begin crossing off your bucket list sooner. Summer is here and it’s the appropriate time to sample food, art, and music festivities around the U.S. It’s also the suitable time to enjoy these events.
Taste of Chicago
Chicago is famously, a foodie’s city. From savory street food to Michelin-star restaurants, there’s no end to the delectable assortment of Chicago’s best dishes. There’s no better way to sample the foodstuffs than at one of the largest and best food festivals worldwide.
Music and thrilling activities for the family will accompany the delicious range of food at this festival, which is set to take place from July 11-15 2018 at Grant Park.
American Folk Festival
The large-scale three-day event takes place annually towards the end of August. The festival takes place in downtown Bangor and presents dance and music. Bangor offers the ideal backdrop for this festival, which celebrates cultures from across the world and country.
Dance, music, storytelling, and performing arts make up the fabric of the event through which you can learn about and enjoy a diverse range of traditions, food, and handmade crafts.
Maine Lobster Festival
Maine is virtually synonymous with the delectable crustacean. You’ll have an opportunity to enjoy five days of feasts and fun at Harbor Park where you’ll enjoy a lot of entertainment, including live music. You can also enjoy tapas while you are at it.
The event is set for August 1-5 2018. What began as an idea for a local festival has become a globally recognized celebration of local seafood. The event attracts visitors from near to far countries throughout Asia and Europe.
Summer is the best time to enjoy the beautiful weather as well as these events.