Festivals

Kutztown Folk Festival

The Kutztown Folk Festival packs in over a week of live entertainment, history, food, and family fun. Watch as history unfolds before your eyes with folklife, farming, spinning, weaving, country cooks, blacksmiths and more. One of the best parts of any festival is always the mouthwatering food that’s served up fresh to order. At the […]

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Odunde Festival

Come celebrate the African American new years at the annual Odunde festival. This Philadelphia festival is one of the largest community-based street festivals held in the USA, and it attracts over 600,000 people annually. Walk the streets of Philadelphia and meet vendors from not only America, but from Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, and Guinea. Enjoy this […]

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Kennett Square Mushroom Festival

The 25th Annual Mushroom Festival takes place over two days in historic Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. Come celebrate all of the nutritious and delicious benefits of the mushroom.  Kennett Square Mushroom Festival includes more than just mushrooms. Come celebrate the beauty, history, and excitement of Southern Chester County. Enjoy music, children’s ride, and a variety of […]

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Feria del Barrio

Feria del Barrio is one of Philadelphia’s largest celebrations of Latino music and culture. This Latin Festival comes annually to Philadelphia and brings together thousands of residents and visitors to the greater Philadelphia region. This free Philadelphia festival features some of the world’s most renowned musical artists. Walk the streets as they fill with latin […]

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Caribbean Festival

Enjoy a day in the Caribbean at the 25th annual Caribbean Festival at Penn’s Landing Great Plaza. This free festival features Caribbean traditions, music, and food from over 14 different Caribbean Islands. Bask in the Philadelphia sun and feel as though you have been immersed in paradise. From the Delaware River waterfront, sounds will fill […]

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West Oak Lane Jazz Festival

West Oak Lane Jazz Festival is one of the most prized FREE jazz festivals on the east coast. This Philadelphia jazz festival features 40 jazz bands that will light up two stages through the three day festival. Each year thousands of jazz fans gather from around the nation to enjoy three days of non-stop music, […]

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Labor Day Weekend Jazz Festival

Chaddsford Winery hosts four annual music festivals each year. Each of these Philadelphia festivals draw in crowds from around the nation where visitors are eager to try the enticing wines and listen to lively music. Chaddsford Winery is located in the scenic countryside of bucolic Chester County, and provides the perfect location for you to […]

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Brandywine River Blues Festival

Chaddsford Winery hosts four annual music festivals each year. Each of these Philadelphia festivals draw in crowds from around the nation where visitors are eager to try the enticing wines and listen to lively music. Chaddsford Winery is located in the scenic countryside of bucolic Chester County, and provides the perfect location for you to […]

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9th Street Italian Market Festival

Bon Appétit Philadelphia! Come hungry and leave happy when you visit Philadelphia’s  9th Street Italian Market Festival. This annual festival takes place at the nation’s oldest outdoor market – Philadelphia’s 9th Street Italian Market. Come enjoy being Italian for the day, and revel in free fun, food, and entertainment. This Philadelphia is a celebration for […]

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Rittenhouse Row Festival

Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival celebrates some of Philadelphia’s best food, music, fashion, arts and entertainment. This Philadelphia festival occurs on only one Saturday in May and attracts over 65,000 visitors annually. Come walk the streets of Rittenhouse Square and enjoy a day of fun, food, and festivities. Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival previews Philadelphia’s up and […]

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Cherry Blossom Festival

The Cherry Blossom Festival of Philadelphia celebrates the culture, crafts and cuisine of Japan. This Philadelphia Festival continues a tradition that came about in 1926 when the Japanese government donated cherry trees to Philadelphia in honor of the Sesquicentennial of American Independence. With a backdrop of over 1,000 tree blossoms, this festival enlivens the streets […]

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