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American Festivals 2017 - 2018 Calendar

Seattle Center Winterfest Seattle, WA
South Street Headhouse District Vintage Americana Carnival Philadelphia, PA
Sabbathday Lake Shaker Christmas Fair New Cloucester, ME
Austin Asian American Film Festival Austin, TX
BREC Creole Christmas Baton Rouge, LA
Trenton Patriots Week Trenton, NJ
Hayti Kwanzaa Celebration Durham, NC
The Big One San Francisco San Francisco, CA
Goe Harley-Davidson New Years Eve Warm Up Party Angleton, TX
Resolution Seattle Seattle, WA
POPNYE San Francisco, CA
Lights All Night Dallas, TX
SnowGlobe Music Festival South Lake Tahoe, CA
Soul Legacy Entertainment New Year's Eve Funk Fest Elk Grove, CA
Infinity NYE San Diego, CA

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Cary Kwanzaa Celebration Cary, NC
The Ball Drop Greenfield, MA
Party Birdys Masquerade Ball NYE Rohnert Park, CA
Decadence New Year's Eve Denver, CO
Together As One New Year's Eve Los Angeles, CA
Audiosonic NYE Duluth, GA
OMFG NYE San Diego, CA
Decadence New Year's Eve Chandler, AZ
1337 Pittsburgh New Year's Eve West Mifflin, PA
Insomniac Countdown New Year's Eve San Bernardino, CA
University Plaza New Year's Eve Stockton, CA
Crowne Plaza Baton Rouge New Year's Eve Celebration Baton Rouge, LA
America's Party Las Vegas, NV
Boston First Night First Day Boston, MA
First Night Tacoma Tacoma, WA
Bay Area Rocking New Year's Eve Berkeley, CA
First Night Portsmouth Portsmouth, NH
Lights All Night El Paso, TX
New Year's Eve Niagara Falls Niagara Falls, ON
Church Street New Year's Eve Party Orlando, FL
Yorktown Countdown Mount Pleasant, SC
First Night Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA
Decadence New Year's Eve Magna, UT
Oklahoma City Opening Night Oklahoma City, OK
Times Square New Year's Eve New York, NY
New Year's Eve Block Party on Mill Avenue Tempe, AZ
Virginia Beach Last Night on the Town Virginia Beach, VA
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The American Festival Scene

Yes, anyone living from the top of North America to the bottom of South America can be considered American. As for this bunch of American festivals (scroll up to see them), they’re celebrating United States history and culture—which technically, is a mish mash of cultures. Therefore, many of the cultures living across those two continents are also part of the U.S. melting pot. Now back to the festivals—they can be firework-laden Fourth of July celebrations in honor of U.S. Independence Day. They’re patriotic, red, white and blue, and take place in cities across the country, from the multi-day Philly 4th of July Jam in Philadelphia, to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Fourth of July Celebration in L.A. You might find a Juneteenth festival celebrating African-American history, or a festival celebrating Latino or Native American heritage. American festivals are as diverse as America.

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