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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.
Appalachian Festival
Appalachian Festival

(513) 231-1197

6201 Kellogg Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45230   Directions Website

Welcome in the spring with the quaint and charming Appalachian Festival, a three-day music and crafts festivals on Coney Island. Begun almost a decade ago in the basement of the Cincinnati Music Hall, this annual festival has grown into the Cincinnati Junior League’s biggest event, drawing in more than 130 crafters, dozens of entertainers and nearly 50,000 people!

Bockfest
Bockfest

(513) 604-9812

1811 Vine St
Cincinnati, OH 45202   Directions Website

Beer lovers unite! Bockfest, the oldest bock beer festival in the country, celebrates not only Cincinnati’s brewing heritage but also the beginning of spring. Events kick off with a parade, led by the reigning Sausage Queen and a goat pulling a bock beer keg. Afterward, the weekend is filled with live entertainment, great food, walking tours, brewing demonstrations and lots and lots of beer.

Cincy Cinco Fiesta
Cincy Cinco Fiesta

(513) 979-6999

2637 Erie Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45208   Directions Website

Learn about Latino culture, values and traditions at the Cincy Cinco Fiesta in Fountain Square. Celebrate this Mexican holiday with educational events, live music and dance performances, and food that is muy deliciouso! The whole family can take part in activities and competitions that have made this festival known world-wide, such as creating the world’s largest piñata or the longest taco.

Oktoberfest-Zinzinnati
Oktoberfest-Zinzinnati

(513) 579-3197

5th St
Cincinnati, OH   Directions Website

You know it’s autumn when Oktoberfest-Zinzinnati rolls around. Mark the change of the seasons with some of the best German-style music, food and beer in the Midwest at this festival. The largest Oktoberfest in North America, Zinzinnati celebrates Cincy’s true party spirit with an abundance of fun for everyone—including the "World’s Largest Chicken Dance" in Fountain Square.

Taste of Cincinnati
Taste of Cincinnati

(513) 579-3111

5th St
Cincinnati, OH   Directions Website

Treat your taste buds and your tummy at the Taste of Cincinnati on Memorial Day weekend. For about $5 or less, you can sample the culinary delights from more than 40 local restaurants. Discover a new favorite eatery, stuff yourself silly and be sure to try foods from the Best of Taste winners!

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