Festivals
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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.
Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF)
Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF)

(314) 289-4150

3547 Olive St Ste 250
St Louis, MO 63103   Directions Website

Catch a flick from overseas (or from across the street) at the Stella Artois St. Louis International Film Festival, one of the largest film festivals in the Midwest. More than 300 international and independent films are screened during this festival, many of which simultaneously make their first and final Missouri theatrical appearances.

Festival of Nations
Festival of Nations

(314) 773-9090

2853 S Grand
St Louis, MO 63118   Directions Website

Enjoy free multicultural entertainment at the Festival of Nations at Tower Grove Park. Four stage areas feature traditional music, dancing, storytelling, and puppetry from different countries. Test your own dancing skills at the Village Green with free, informal lessons.

Grant's Farm
Grant's Farm

(314) 843-1700

10501 Gravois Rd
St Louis, MO 63123   Directions Website

Once Ulysses S. Grant's personal farm, Grant's Farm now belongs to the Busch family and houses 100 different species of animals, among many other attractions. Ride a tram to see these animals in their natural habitat, and meet a few in the petting areas.

Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras

(314) 771-5110

2200 Dolman
St Louis, MO 63104   Directions Website

No state celebrates Mardi Gras harder than Missouri, and the St. Louis Mardi Gras is second only to New Orleans. The party begins on Twelfth Night in January and continues daily (and nightly) until the festivities culminate on Fat Tuesday.

Renaissance Festival
Renaissance Festival

(636) 639-5173

2577 W Meyer Rd
Wentzville, MO 63385   Directions Website

Dust off your armor, don your eye patch, and come out to the St. Louis Renaissance Faire and Pirate Festival! It's a real Midsummer Night's Dream come true for fans of either Shakespeare or swashbuckling.

Soulard Oktoberfest
Soulard Oktoberfest

(314) 589-6640

Website

Pull up your lederhosen and brace yourself for a weekend of food, music, dancing, contests, and lots of beer at the Soulard Oktoberfest in Lyon Park, right across from Anheuser-Busch. Listed as one of the top ten Oktoberfests in the USA by AOL, this festival is not one you want to miss.

St Louis African Arts Festival
St Louis African Arts Festival

(314) 325-2291

8816 Manchester Rd Ste 411
St Louis, MO 63112   Directions Website

Watch performing artists, shop, and learn through cultural demonstrations at the St. Louis African Arts Festival, held in Forest Park during the last four days of May. There is even a Children's Village, full of fun and educational activities for the young and young at heart.

St Louis Boat & Sportshow
St Louis Boat & Sportshow

(612) 332-8330

St Louis, MO 63101
Website

If you love the water, come to the St. Louis Boat Show and check out every type of boat you can imagine. Powerboats, sailboats, jet boats, pedal boats, canoes, inflatable boats, and the list goes on and on. Don't forget to sign up for the contests and giveaways while you're there!

St Patrick's Day Parade
St Patrick's Day Parade

(314) 241-7287

St Louis, MO 63101
Website

Whether you're celebrating your heritage or just there for the green beer, the St. Patrick's Day Parade has something for everyone. One of the longest-running St. Patrick's Day parades in the country, this St. Louis festival offers marching bands and floats to celebrate this favorite Irish holiday.

St. Louis Earth Day Festival
St. Louis Earth Day Festival

(314) 282-7533

4125 Humphrey St
St Louis, MO 63116   Directions Website

St. Louis is home to numerous beautiful parks and nature habitats, so the St. Louis Earth Day Festival tends to draw in hoards of nature lovers with its eco-friendly entertainment. Show your green side and have some fun!

St. Louis Storytelling Festival
St. Louis Storytelling Festival

(314) 994-3300

Website

Fans of stories don't want to miss out on the Storytelling Festival, an annual event in St. Louis for over 30 years. Over 40 regional storytellers spread throughout the city for this festival, taking their tales to audiences.

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