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While many city tourists and locals visit places to admire the big city or the beautiful parks, the festivals in America are a big part of what makes the country grand and the event worth attending. Each city brings its own cultural and historical heritage that are celebrated through various festivals and events. Some cities have similar types of festivals or events, and others have unique annual celebrations.

See how many festivals you can fit on your itinerary! These celebrations are going to give you memories of a lifetime as they reflect the art, culture, heritage and the music of each city in the most exciting way. Show up and have fun with your friends, make memories and celebrate the love of food, wine, music, art, history, culture, traditions, and more at these gatherings.
Art in the Park
Art in the Park

(208) 345-8330

670 Julia Dr
Boise, ID 83702   Directions Website

Over 236 talented artists converge at Boise's Art in the Park, held in Julia Davis Park. The free sidewalk festival turns the downtown park into an open-air art museum where you can discover colorful original art, live music entertainment, and lots of fun, kid-friendly activities.

Boise Basque Festival
Boise Basque Festival

(208) 342-9983

601 Grove St
Boise, ID 83702   Directions Website

Celebrate a different culture from your own at the Boise Basque Festival, held at the downtown Boise Basque Center. The city has long been a central location where Basque immigrants first settled after coming to the US from the Spanish Basque Region. Taste Basque foods and dance to Basque music for a day as you experience a unique culture.

Boise Music Festival
Boise Music Festival

(208) 344-6363

5610 N Glenwood
Garden City, ID 83714   Directions Website

The hottest music ticket belongs to the Boise Music Festival. Meet your friends at Ann Morrison Park and experience five stages hosting performances by bands in the ranks with artists like Macy Gray, Bret Michaels of Poison, and the Backstreet Boys. While you're there, pick a BBQ contest winner, eat BBQ, drink beer and shop craft vendor booths for unique goods.

Hyde Park Street Fair
Hyde Park Street Fair

(208) 384-4422

Boise, ID


Hurry to Hyde Park Street Fair, billed as the largest neighborhood picnic. Mingle with 30,000 attendees at the weekend event and enjoy a grand opening parade, shopping for artisan wares, hand-made crafts and live music. Come be a part of the biggest neighborhood picnic in the state.


(208) 387-2001

233 S Capitol Blvd
Boise, ID 83702   Directions Website

A wild time is on tap at the Oktoberfest in downtown Boise, held at the Century Link Arena. You'll guzzle bottomless ice cold beers; discover great traditional German music while eating great traditional German foods. Don't forget to dress the part for a chance to enter and win the Oktoberfest Costume Contest!

The Farmstead Corn Maze & Pumpkin Festival
The Farmstead Corn Maze & Pumpkin Festival

(208) 922-5678

1020 S Rackham Way
Meridian, ID 83642   Directions Website

Ah shucks! The Farmstead Corn Maze & Pumpkin Festival welcomes festival goers to wander through an original Idaho corn maze that covers acres of farm land, and take a trip through thousands of pumpkins, gourds and Indian corn at the pumpkin patch. Kids love the antique tractor-driven hayride, cow train, HUGE jumping pillow and so much more!

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