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15 Festivals In America That You Need To Attend In 2022

USa festival list 2022

The United States of America has 50 states and a diverse population made up of many different ethnicities, cultures, and nations. These cultures are all honoured through a variety of festivals and events. Even while many visitors come to the United States of America to gaze upon its bustling cities or breathtaking parks, the country’s festivals are a huge part of what makes it so great and are undoubtedly worth going to. Therefore, if you are considering travelling to the US and want to experience the culture of the nation but are unsure how to do so, don’t worry since we are here to assist you! These festivals will provide you with memories that will last a lifetime and more because they showcase the nation’s art, culture, heritage, and music in the most thrilling manner. Attend the events, celebrate the love of music and art, and have a good time with your friends. You Check all the 15 Festivals In America That You Need To Attend In 2022

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Holidays and Observances in United States in 2022

Date Name Type Details
1 Jan Saturday New Year’s Day State Holiday MAMSNYTXWI
1 Jan Saturday New Year’s Day Federal Holiday
1 Jan Saturday New Year’s Day State Holiday All except MAMSNYTXWI
3 Jan Monday New Year’s Day (substitute) State Holiday Georgia, Rhode Island
6 Jan Thursday Epiphany Christian
7 Jan Friday Orthodox Christmas Day Orthodox
7 Jan Friday Estelle Reel Day State Observance Wyoming
8 Jan Saturday Battle of New Orleans State Legal Holiday Louisiana
13 Jan Thursday Stephen Foster Memorial Day Observance
14 Jan Friday Orthodox New Year Orthodox
17 Jan Monday Tu Bishvat/Tu B’Shevat Jewish holiday
17 Jan Monday Martin Luther King Jr. Day State Holiday All
17 Jan Monday Martin Luther King Jr. Day Federal Holiday
17 Jan Monday Robert E. Lee’s Birthday State Holiday Alabama, Mississippi
17 Jan Monday Idaho Human Rights Day State Holiday Idaho
17 Jan Monday Civil Rights Day State Holiday Arizona, New Hampshire
19 Jan Wednesday Robert E. Lee’s Birthday State Legal Holiday Florida
19 Jan Wednesday State Holiday State Observance Georgia
19 Jan Wednesday Confederate Heroes’ Day State Holiday Texas
29 Jan Saturday Kansas Day State Observance Kansas
1 Feb Tuesday National Freedom Day Observance
1 Feb Tuesday Lunar New Year Observance
1 Feb Tuesday First Day of Black History Month Annual Monthly Observance
2 Feb Wednesday Groundhog Day Observance
2 Feb Wednesday National Girls and Women in Sports Day Observance
4 Feb Friday Rosa Parks Day State Observance New York
4 Feb Friday Rosa Parks Day Local observance California, Missouri
4 Feb Friday National Wear Red Day Observance
6 Feb Sunday Ronald Reagan Day State Observance California
11 Feb Friday Lincoln’s Birthday observed State Holiday CTILMONY
12 Feb Saturday Lincoln’s Birthday State Holiday CTILMONY
12 Feb Saturday Lincoln’s Birthday State Legal Holiday Florida
12 Feb Saturday Georgia Day State Observance Georgia
13 Feb Sunday Super Bowl Sporting event
14 Feb Monday Valentine’s Day Observance
14 Feb Monday Statehood Day Local observance Arizona
15 Feb Tuesday Susan B. Anthony’s Birthday State Observance COFLNYWI
16 Feb Wednesday Elizabeth Peratrovich Day State Observance Alaska
21 Feb Monday Presidents’ Day Federal Holiday
21 Feb Monday Presidents’ Day State Holiday All except DEFLGAIAKSKYLANCRIWI
21 Feb Monday Presidents’ Day State Legal Holiday KSKYLANCRIWI
21 Feb Monday Daisy Gatson Bates Day State Holiday Arkansas
25 Feb Friday African-American Scientist and Inventor Day State Observance Virginia
25 Feb Friday George Rogers Clark Day State Observance Indiana
28 Feb Monday Maha Shivaratri Hindu Holiday
28 Feb Monday Linus Pauling Day Local observance Oregon
1 Mar Tuesday Isra and Mi’raj Muslim
1 Mar Tuesday Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras State Holiday AL**FL*LAMS*
1 Mar Tuesday Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras Observance, Christian
1 Mar Tuesday St. David’s Day Observance, Christian
1 Mar Tuesday Town Meeting Day State Holiday Vermont
1 Mar Tuesday First Day of Women’s History Month Annual Monthly Observance
1 Mar Tuesday First Day of Irish American Heritage Month Annual Monthly Observance
2 Mar Wednesday Ash Wednesday Christian
2 Mar Wednesday Texas Independence Day State Holiday Texas
2 Mar Wednesday Read Across America Day Observance
4 Mar Friday Casimir Pulaski Day State Observance Wisconsin
4 Mar Friday Employee Appreciation Day Observance
7 Mar Monday Casimir Pulaski Day State Observance Illinois, Indiana
13 Mar Sunday Daylight Saving Time starts Clock change/Daylight Saving Time
17 Mar Thursday Purim Jewish holiday
17 Mar Thursday St. Patrick’s Day Observance, Christian
17 Mar Thursday Evacuation Day State Holiday Massachusetts**
18 Mar Friday Holi Hindu Holiday
20 Mar Sunday March Equinox Season
25 Mar Friday Maryland Day Local observance Maryland
25 Mar Friday Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day observed State Holiday Hawaii
26 Mar Saturday Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day State Holiday Hawaii
28 Mar Monday Seward’s Day State Holiday Alaska
29 Mar Tuesday National Vietnam War Veterans Day Observance
30 Mar Wednesday Wyoming Veterans Welcome Home Day State Observance Wyoming
30 Mar Wednesday Doctors’ Day Observance
30 Mar Wednesday Vietnam Veterans Day State Observance Delaware, West Virginia
31 Mar Thursday César Chávez Day State Holiday AZ**CACO***MI**NM**NV**TX***UT**WA**WI**
1 Apr Friday Pascua Florida Day observed Local observance Florida
2 Apr Saturday Pascua Florida Day Local observance Florida
3 Apr Sunday Ramadan Starts Muslim
6 Apr Wednesday National Tartan Day Observance
10 Apr Sunday Palm Sunday Christian
12 Apr Tuesday National Library Workers’ Day Observance
13 Apr Wednesday Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday Observance
14 Apr Thursday Maundy Thursday Christian
15 Apr Friday Passover Eve Jewish holiday
15 Apr Friday Good Friday State Holiday CTDEHIINKYLANCNDNJTNTX***
15 Apr Friday Father Damien Day Local observance Hawaii
15 Apr Friday Emancipation Day observed State Holiday DC
15 Apr Friday Arbor Day State Observance Colorado
15 Apr Friday State Holiday State Holiday Georgia
16 Apr Saturday Holy Saturday Christian
16 Apr Saturday Passover (first day) Jewish holiday
16 Apr Saturday Emancipation Day State Holiday DC
17 Apr Sunday Easter Sunday Observance, Christian
18 Apr Monday Easter Monday Observance, Christian
18 Apr Monday Tax Day Observance
18 Apr Monday Patriots’ Day State Holiday Maine, Massachusetts
18 Apr Monday Boston Marathon Sporting event
21 Apr Thursday San Jacinto Day State Holiday Texas
22 Apr Friday Orthodox Good Friday Orthodox
22 Apr Friday Oklahoma Day Local observance Oklahoma
23 Apr Saturday Last Day of Passover Jewish holiday
23 Apr Saturday Orthodox Holy Saturday Orthodox
24 Apr Sunday Orthodox Easter Orthodox
25 Apr Monday Orthodox Easter Monday Orthodox
25 Apr Monday Arbor Day State Observance Wyoming
25 Apr Monday Confederate Memorial Day State Holiday Mississippi
25 Apr Monday Confederate Memorial Day State Holiday Alabama
25 Apr Monday State Holiday State Observance Georgia
26 Apr Tuesday Confederate Heroes’ Day Local observance Florida
27 Apr Wednesday Administrative Professionals Day Observance
28 Apr Thursday Yom HaShoah Jewish commemoration
28 Apr Thursday Lailat al-Qadr Muslim
28 Apr Thursday Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day Observance
29 Apr Friday Arbor Day State Holiday Nebraska
29 Apr Friday Arbor Day State Observance Delaware
1 May Sunday Law Day Observance
1 May Sunday Loyalty Day Observance
1 May Sunday Lei Day Local observance Hawaii
1 May Sunday First Day of Military Appreciation Month Annual Monthly Observance
1 May Sunday First Day of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Annual Monthly Observance
1 May Sunday First Day of Jewish American Heritage Month Annual Monthly Observance
2 May Monday Eid al-Fitr Muslim
3 May Tuesday National Teacher Appreciation Day Observance
4 May Wednesday Kent State Shootings Remembrance Local observance Ohio
4 May Wednesday Rhode Island Independence Day Local observance Rhode Island
5 May Thursday Yom Ha’atzmaut Jewish holiday
5 May Thursday Cinco de Mayo Observance
5 May Thursday National Day of Prayer Observance
5 May Thursday West Virginia Day of Prayer State Observance West Virginia
6 May Friday Kentucky Oaks Sporting event
6 May Friday National Nurses Day Observance
6 May Friday Military Spouse Appreciation Day State Observance Delaware
6 May Friday Military Spouse Appreciation Day Observance
7 May Saturday Kentucky Derby Sporting event
7 May Saturday National Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Day Observance
8 May Sunday Mother’s Day Observance
8 May Sunday Mother’s Day State Holiday Arizona
8 May Sunday Truman Day State Holiday Missouri
8 May Sunday Victory in Europe Day Observance
9 May Monday Truman Day observed State Holiday Missouri
10 May Tuesday Confederate Memorial Day Local observance North Carolina
10 May Tuesday Confederate Memorial Day State Holiday South Carolina
10 May Tuesday Primary Election Day State Holiday West Virginia
13 May Friday Native American Day State Observance Wyoming
15 May Sunday Peace Officers Memorial Day Observance
19 May Thursday Lag BaOmer Jewish holiday
20 May Friday National Defense Transportation Day Observance
21 May Saturday Public Lands Day State Observance Colorado
21 May Saturday Armed Forces Day Observance
21 May Saturday Preakness Stakes Sporting event
22 May Sunday National Maritime Day Observance
22 May Sunday Harvey Milk Day Local observance California
25 May Wednesday Emergency Medical Services for Children Day Observance
25 May Wednesday National Missing Children’s Day Observance
26 May Thursday Ascension Day Christian
30 May Monday Memorial Day Federal Holiday
30 May Monday Decoration Day State Holiday AKALARAZCA
30 May Monday Jefferson Davis’ Birthday Local observance Mississippi
1 Jun Wednesday First Day of Pride Month Annual Monthly Observance
1 Jun Wednesday First Day of Caribbean-American Heritage Month Annual Monthly Observance
1 Jun Wednesday Statehood Day Local observance Kentucky, Tennessee
3 Jun Friday Jefferson Davis’ Birthday Local observance Florida
5 Jun Sunday Pentecost Christian
5 Jun Sunday Shavuot Jewish holiday
5 Jun Sunday Native American Day State Holiday Arizona
6 Jun Monday Whit Monday Christian
6 Jun Monday Jefferson Davis’ Birthday State Holiday Alabama
6 Jun Monday D-Day Observance
10 Jun Friday Kamehameha Day observed State Holiday Hawaii
11 Jun Saturday Kamehameha Day State Holiday Hawaii
11 Jun Saturday Belmont Stakes Sporting event
12 Jun Sunday Trinity Sunday Christian
12 Jun Sunday Loving Day Observance
14 Jun Tuesday Army Birthday Observance
14 Jun Tuesday Flag Day Observance
16 Jun Thursday Corpus Christi Christian
17 Jun Friday Bunker Hill Day Local holiday Massachusetts**
17 Jun Friday Juneteenth State Holiday Louisiana
17 Jun Friday Juneteenth Day State Holiday New Jersey
17 Jun Friday Juneteenth (substitute) State Holiday West Virginia
18 Jun Saturday Juneteenth Day State Observance AKARCACTLAMNMTOKVT
19 Jun Sunday Father’s Day State Holiday Arizona
19 Jun Sunday Father’s Day Observance
19 Jun Sunday Juneteenth Federal Holiday
19 Jun Sunday Juneteenth National Freedom Day State Observance 15 states
19 Jun Sunday Juneteenth State Holiday 21 states
19 Jun Sunday Juneteenth National Freedom Day State Holiday Illinois, North Carolina
19 Jun Sunday Juneteenth Independence Day Observance Rhode Island
19 Jun Sunday Emancipation Day State Holiday Texas
20 Jun Monday Juneteenth (substitute) Federal Holiday
20 Jun Monday Juneteenth (substitute) State Holiday 20 states
20 Jun Monday West Virginia Day State Holiday West Virginia
20 Jun Monday American Eagle Day Observance
21 Jun Tuesday June Solstice Season
28 Jun Tuesday Carolina Day State Observance South Carolina
4 Jul Monday Independence Day State Holiday AKALARAZCA
4 Jul Monday Independence Day Federal Holiday
9 Jul Saturday Eid al-Adha Muslim
13 Jul Wednesday Nathan Bedford Forrest Day Local observance Tennessee
14 Jul Thursday Bastille Day Observance
16 Jul Saturday Rural Transit Day Observance
24 Jul Sunday Pioneer Day State Holiday Utah
24 Jul Sunday Parents’ Day Observance
25 Jul Monday Pioneer Day observed State Holiday Utah
27 Jul Wednesday Korean War Veteran Recognition Day State Observance West Virginia
27 Jul Wednesday National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day Observance
30 Jul Saturday Muharram Muslim
1 Aug Monday Colorado Day State Observance Colorado
4 Aug Thursday Coast Guard Birthday Observance
4 Aug Thursday Barack Obama Day Observance Illinois
7 Aug Sunday Tisha B’Av Jewish holiday
7 Aug Sunday American Family Day State Holiday Arizona
7 Aug Sunday Purple Heart Day State Observance West Virginia, Wyoming
7 Aug Sunday Purple Heart Day Observance
8 Aug Monday Ashura (Tentative Date) Muslim
8 Aug Monday Victory Day State Holiday Rhode Island
11 Aug Thursday Raksha Bandhan Hindu Holiday
14 Aug Sunday National Navajo Code Talkers Day State Holiday Arizona
15 Aug Monday Assumption of Mary Christian
16 Aug Tuesday Bennington Battle Day State Holiday Vermont
19 Aug Friday Hawaii Statehood Day State Holiday Hawaii
19 Aug Friday National Aviation Day Observance
21 Aug Sunday National Senior Citizens Day Observance
26 Aug Friday Susan B. Anthony Day State Observance Massachusetts
26 Aug Friday Women’s Equality Day Observance
27 Aug Saturday Lyndon Baines Johnson Day State Holiday Texas
30 Aug Tuesday Ganesh Chaturthi Hindu Holiday
5 Sep Monday Labor Day Federal Holiday
5 Sep Monday Labor Day State Holiday All
9 Sep Friday California Admission Day State Holiday California**
10 Sep Saturday Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day Observance
10 Sep Saturday Native American Day State Observance Delaware
11 Sep Sunday First Responders Day State Observance North Carolina
11 Sep Sunday Patriot Day Observance
11 Sep Sunday Patriot Day State Observance Alaska
11 Sep Sunday National Grandparents Day Observance
11 Sep Sunday Constitution Commemoration Day State Holiday Arizona
15 Sep Thursday First Day of National Hispanic Heritage Month Annual Monthly Observance
16 Sep Friday Constitution Day and Citizenship Day observed Observance
16 Sep Friday National POW/MIA Recognition Day Observance
17 Sep Saturday Constitution Day and Citizenship Day Observance
17 Sep Saturday National CleanUp Day Observance
18 Sep Sunday Air Force Birthday Observance
22 Sep Thursday Emancipation Day Local observance Ohio
22 Sep Thursday September Equinox Season
23 Sep Friday Native American Day State Observance California, Nevada
23 Sep Friday Michigan Indian Day State Observance Michigan
24 Sep Saturday Public Lands Day State Observance Wyoming
24 Sep Saturday National Public Lands Day Observance
25 Sep Sunday Gold Star Mother’s Day Observance
26 Sep Monday Navratri Hindu Holiday
26 Sep Monday Rosh Hashana Jewish holiday
26 Sep Monday American Indian Day State Observance Tennessee
26 Sep Monday Rosh Hashana State Holiday Texas***
30 Sep Friday American Indian Heritage Day State Observance Montana, Texas
3 Oct Monday Frances Xavier Cabrini Day State Holiday Colorado
3 Oct Monday Child Health Day Observance
4 Oct Tuesday Feast of St Francis of Assisi Christian
4 Oct Tuesday Dussehra Hindu Holiday
5 Oct Wednesday Yom Kippur Jewish holiday
5 Oct Wednesday Yom Kippur State Holiday Texas***
6 Oct Thursday German American Day Observance
8 Oct Saturday The Prophet’s Birthday Muslim
8 Oct Saturday Robert E. Lee’s Birthday State Observance Arkansas
9 Oct Sunday Leif Erikson Day Local observance Colorado
9 Oct Sunday Leif Erikson Day Observance
9 Oct Sunday Chicago Marathon Sporting event
10 Oct Monday First Day of Sukkot Jewish holiday
10 Oct Monday Columbus Day State Legal Holiday Tennessee
10 Oct Monday Columbus Day State Holiday 22 states
10 Oct Monday Columbus Day Federal Holiday
10 Oct Monday Fraternal Day State Holiday Alabama
10 Oct Monday Yorktown Victory Day State Holiday Virginia
10 Oct Monday Discoverers’ Day State Observance Hawaii
10 Oct Monday Native American Day State Observance Oklahoma
10 Oct Monday Native American Day State Holiday South Dakota
10 Oct Monday Indigenous People’s Day (Tentative Date) State Observance Michigan, Minnesota
10 Oct Monday Indigenous People’s Day State Observance 28 states
10 Oct Monday Indigenous People’s Day State Holiday DCMENENM
10 Oct Monday American Indian Heritage Day State Holiday Alabama
11 Oct Tuesday Casimir Pulaski Day State Observance MAMIRI
13 Oct Thursday Navy Birthday Observance
15 Oct Saturday White Cane Safety Day Observance
15 Oct Saturday Sweetest Day Observance 13 states
16 Oct Sunday Last Day of Sukkot Jewish holiday
17 Oct Monday Shmini Atzeret Jewish holiday
17 Oct Monday Boss’s Day Observance
18 Oct Tuesday Simchat Torah Jewish holiday
18 Oct Tuesday Alaska Day State Holiday Alaska
24 Oct Monday Diwali/Deepavali Hindu Holiday
28 Oct Friday Nevada Day State Holiday Nevada
31 Oct Monday Halloween Observance
1 Nov Tuesday All Saints’ Day Christian
1 Nov Tuesday First Day of Native American Heritage Month Annual Monthly Observance
2 Nov Wednesday All Souls’ Day Christian
6 Nov Sunday New York City Marathon Sporting event
6 Nov Sunday Daylight Saving Time ends Clock change/Daylight Saving Time
8 Nov Tuesday Election Day Observance
8 Nov Tuesday Election Day State Holiday 12 states
8 Nov Tuesday Susan B. Anthony Day State Observance West Virginia
10 Nov Thursday Marine Corps Birthday Observance
10 Nov Thursday Return Day State Holiday Delaware**
11 Nov Friday Veterans Day Federal Holiday
11 Nov Friday Veterans Day State Holiday All except MAWY
14 Nov Monday Barack Obama Day Local observance Alabama*
19 Nov Saturday George Rogers Clark Day State Observance Ohio
24 Nov Thursday Thanksgiving Day State Holiday All
24 Nov Thursday Thanksgiving Day Federal Holiday
25 Nov Friday State Holiday State Holiday Georgia
25 Nov Friday Presidents’ Day State Holiday New Mexico
25 Nov Friday Lincoln’s Birthday/Lincoln’s Day State Holiday Indiana
25 Nov Friday Day After Thanksgiving State Holiday 22 states
25 Nov Friday Black Friday Observance
25 Nov Friday American Indian Heritage Day State Holiday Maryland
25 Nov Friday Native American Heritage Day Observance
25 Nov Friday Native American Heritage Day State Holiday Washington
27 Nov Sunday First Sunday of Advent Christian
28 Nov Monday Cyber Monday Observance
29 Nov Tuesday Nellie Tayloe Ross’s Birthday State Observance Wyoming
29 Nov Tuesday Giving Tuesday Observance
1 Dec Thursday Rosa Parks Day Local observance Ohio
1 Dec Thursday Rosa Parks Day State Observance Alabama
6 Dec Tuesday St Nicholas Day Observance
7 Dec Wednesday Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Observance
7 Dec Wednesday Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day State Observance Alaska, Wyoming
7 Dec Wednesday Delaware Day State Observance Delaware
8 Dec Thursday Feast of the Immaculate Conception Christian
10 Dec Saturday Wyoming Day State Observance Wyoming
12 Dec Monday Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe Christian
13 Dec Tuesday National Guard Birthday Observance
15 Dec Thursday Bill of Rights Day Observance
17 Dec Saturday Pan American Aviation Day Observance
17 Dec Saturday Wright Brothers Day Observance
19 Dec Monday Chanukah/Hanukkah (first day) Jewish holiday
21 Dec Wednesday December Solstice Season
23 Dec Friday Christmas Eve observed State Holiday ARKS**KYMINCNDOKSCTXVA**WI
24 Dec Saturday Christmas Eve State Holiday ARKS**KYMINCNDOKSCTXVA**WI
24 Dec Saturday Christmas Eve Observance, Christian
25 Dec Sunday Christmas Day State Holiday All except TX
25 Dec Sunday Christmas Day State Holiday Texas
25 Dec Sunday Christmas Day Federal Holiday
26 Dec Monday Last Day of Chanukah Jewish holiday
26 Dec Monday Kwanzaa (first day) Observance
26 Dec Monday Christmas Day (substitute) State Holiday All except TX
26 Dec Monday Christmas Day (substitute) Federal Holiday
26 Dec Monday Day After Christmas Day State Holiday KSNCSCTX
30 Dec Friday New Year’s Eve observed State Holiday LAMIWI
31 Dec Saturday New Year’s Eve State Holiday LAMIWI
31 Dec Saturday New Year’s Eve Observance

15 Vibrant Festivals In America One Must Attend

We’ve picked together the best ten American festivals and holidays that you should put on your calendar while you’re in the country, including cultural festivals, music festivals, folk festivals, and art festivals.

15 Vibrant Festivals In America One Must Attend

While you are in the states, from cultural festivals, music festivals, folk festivals and art festivals, we’ve rounded up the top ten American festivals and holidays that deserve a place on your itinerary during your visit to the United States of America.

  • Kutztown Folk Festival
  • New Orleans Mardi Gras
  • Jazz And Heritage Festival
  • Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta
  • Burning Man Festival
  • Aloha Festival
  • Fantasy Fest
  • Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival
  • Groundhog Day
  • Boston Seafood Festival
  • Electric Zoo Festival
  • Lollapalooza
  • South By SouthWest (SXSW)
  • Austin City Limits Music Festival
  • Afropunk Fest Brooklyn

1. Kutztown Folk Festival

The Kutztown festival, which began in the 1950s when three local academics chose to honour the nation’s Pennsylvanian German population, is one of the most worthwhile festivals to visit in the US. The largest festival in America is this one! It has now been around for more than 60 years and receives tens of thousands of tourists each year. As you enter the festival grounds and are surrounded by locals wearing their traditional attire with traditional music playing in the background, the cultural mood envelops you. This is an excellent chance to gain knowledge of Pennsylvanian German culture and take part in the workshops of one of the most renowned folk festivals in American culture.

Additional Info: Their fresh bread and pastries are a must try
Location: Kutztown, Pennsylvania
Festival Dates 2022: 2nd July – 10th July, 2022
Famous For: Artists and craftsmen

2. New Orleans Mardi Gras

The Mardi Gras festival, which is characterised by several parades and festivities around the city, is the most vibrant and exciting holiday observed in America. The social clubs in the city organise the New Orleans Mardi Gras, which features a procession of individuals dressed in vibrant costumes as well as the transportation of enormous floats across the city. The dress code for this event is the colours gold, purple, and green, which stand for power, justice, and faith. Festival goers throw colourful party cups and other light objects in the air to celebrate the festival. One of the top events in the US, according to many.

Additional Info: The festival is celebrated till Ash Wednesday
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
Festival Dates 2022: 6th Jan – 1st Mar 2022
Famous For: Variety of parades and festivities

3. Festival of Jazz and Heritage

It makes sense that many of the American festivals are held in New Orleans because it is renowned as the party capital of the country. Even while the city has numerous parties and partying scenes throughout the year, you rarely get to see the local talent and the heritage side of the people perform their art in public. You get to witness a side of New Orleans that is not commercial and much more connected to the culture of the locals, including music performances, art exhibitions, and much more. Additionally, this is among the top American destinations for family travel.

Additional Info : The festival is mostly music oriented
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
Festival Dates 2022: 29th April – 8th May, 2022
Famous For: Music Festival

4. Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

We can assure you that this event will be unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. Imagine a sky covered with hundreds of hot air balloons of various colours drifting in the air. This fantasy might become a reality if you go to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, which takes place every year in northern Mexico. There, you can see more than 500 hot air balloons fly over your head and experience an almost surreal environment. One of the best festivals in the US offers you the chance to ride up in a hot air balloon in addition to just observing.

Additional Info: The hot air balloon rides are charged, and you can inquire about the prices at the venue.
Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Festival Dates 2022: 1st October – 9th October , 2022
Famous For: Hot air balloon festival

5. Burning Man Festival

You should absolutely block off a day on your schedule for this festival. The genuine spirit of the festival, which is sometimes mistaken for a hippy gathering, resides in the group of people that get together to build the entire event from scratch. Participate in the American festivities, which feature wild art installations, lovely musical performances, and just the wonderful spirit of the attendees to this annual event. This is one of the best American festivals to visit if you want to experience something authentic and real rather than the conventional tourist attractions in America.

Location: Black Rock Desert, Nevada
Festival Dates 2022: 29th August – 5th September, 2022
Famous For: Burning of a wooden effigy

6. Aloha Festival

The Aloha festival, which honours Hawaiian culture, is the proper event if you’re looking for some enjoyable festival celebrations in American culture that are suitable for all types of travellers, including families with children. This festival, which is held on a single island to preserve Hawaiian tradition and culture, has street performances, music performances, cuisine tastings, and workshops to teach people about the Hawaiian way of life. You and your family will have a fantastic adventure thanks to this festival!

Additional Info: The festival is free
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
Festival Dates 2022: Yet to be announced
Famous For: Music Festival

7. Fantasy Fest

This is for all of you who adore dressing up in costumes and missed the Halloween festivities! This festival, which takes place every year, draws a sizable crowd of attendees, including both tourists and locals. Participants dress up as famous figures or cover themselves in body paint—a popular activity in this city—and parade through the streets, stopping frequently at the numerous bars and clubs that dot the city. This enormous crowd of individuals has gathered for the same reason that Mardi Gras attendees did: to have fun!

Additional Info: There are a lot of beautiful beaches to visit nearby
Location: Key West, Florida
Festival Dates 2022: 21st October – 30th October 2022
Famous For: Key West festival

8. Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival

The Coachella festival, an enormous yearly music festival that attracts visitors from all over the world and brings together many of the world’s top musicians from all genres for a weeklong celebration of music, must be included on any list of the most well-known festivals in the nation. Hollywood celebrities frequently wander the festival grounds like everyday attendees since they too come to enjoy the fantastic music and mouthwatering food vendors! So get ready for a tonne of fun at this American music festival and don your best beachwear.

Additional Info: Make sure to purchase your tickets way in advance online, as they run out quick
Location: Indio, California
Festival Dates 2022: 15th April – 24th April, 2022
Famous For: Music Festival

9. Groundhog Day

You could get an idea of what this festival is all about if you’ve seen the Bill Murray movie. This is a fun event for the whole family, and in case you haven’t seen the movie, a groundhog predicts the weather. People go from near and far to take part in this centuries-old custom, which features this thrilling spectacle. The GHC Headquarters, Phil’s Burrow, and the gobbler’s Knob Tail are just a few of the nearby sights. One of the popular destinations in America to visit in September is this one! This festival is for you if you wish to take part in some of the distinctive US celebrations.

Location: Pennsylvania
Festival Dates 2022: 2nd February, 2022
Famous For: Pennsylvania’s Mardi Gras

10. Boston Seafood Festival

Last but not least in our list of the best festivals in America is a celebration of Boston’s long-standing relationship with seafood and what it means to the city’s residents in terms of both their nutrition and revenue. At these classes, savour delicious seafood meals while learning how it’s prepared in classic Boston manner. The best thing is that the food is diet-friendly, so you don’t have to worry if you’re worried about your weight any longer! It would undoubtedly be a festival in the United States in 2022.

Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Famous For: Seaport Party

11. Electric Zoo Festival

This event, which brings the electronic music theme to New York City, is held at Randall’s Island Park and is one of the biggest music festivals in the USA you’ll ever see! Knowing that it was produced by the team behind notable events like Tomorrow Land and more will make you eager to attend! So, remember to include this on your bucket list. There is no better time to get your rock on if you intend to visit festivals in the USA!

Location: Randall’s island, New York
Festival Dates 2022: 2nd September – 4th September, 2022
Famous For: International DJs and live acts

12. Lollapalooza

Prepare yourself for an increased dosage of music, dance, comedy, and good times with your friends at this festival, which allows you the chance to experience a variety of musical genres while also giving non-profit artists a stage to perform on. This music festival ranks among the top festivals in America in the world festival hall of fame. It is one of the best festivals in Chicago and attracts well-known performers with explosive intensity, like Childish Gambino and Ariana Grande. It is held in the city’s centre.

Location: Grant Park, Chicago
Festival dates 2022: 28th July – 31th July , 2022
Famous For: Music Festival

13. South By SouthWest (SXSW)

This festival, which combines music, movie screenings, and thrilling performances, is the upcoming big thing for fans of music and media. It is held in Austin, Texas, and draws a sizable number of people who come together for the love of music and movies as well as to see their favourite actors and musicians perform live in front of them. This one is setting trends for music lovers and could help advance your profession as well. This is one of the top American festivals that you really must go to.

Location: Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas
Festival Dates 2022: 11th March – 20th March, 2022
Famous For: Conference and festival

14. Austin City Limits Music Festival

We’re inviting all music lovers to our two-weekend event that celebrates music, art, food, and drink. Eight stages are put up at the festival to commemorate the love of music. The festival is a terrific destination for food and music enthusiasts with peaceful atmosphere and an Indie music lineup, and it was inspired by a concert series of the same name.

Location: Zilker Metropolitan Park, Austin, Texas
Festival Dates 2022: 7th -9th October and 14th -16th October, 2022
Famous For: Annual music festival

15. Afropunk Fest Brooklyn

The festival has grown in popularity since it made its debut in 2005 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, attracting musicians and artists from all over the world. The festival features a variety of black artists’ works in the fields of music, fashion, and film. Afropunk festival shines some light on the black community because it was founded by black punks who came together to create one of the most renowned art festivals in the entire world as a result of feeling alienated. With its origins in Brooklyn, it is now a global event that takes place in various cities. At one of the best festivals in America, celebrate black culture while riding the wave of creative radical energy.

Location: Commodore Barry Park, Brooklyn, New York
Festival Dates 2022: Yet to be announced
Famous For: Music Festival

Are you already eager to immerse yourself in the fun of American festivals? If you answered “yes,” then don’t waste any time, pack your bags, and plan one of the greatest USA holiday vacations with TravelTriangle to learn more about the history of these festivals!

Frequently Asked Questions About Festivals In America

In light of the continuing pandemic, is it safe to travel to the US?

Since there aren’t many cases there, it is quite safe to visit these locations. But don’t take our word for it; before you leave, research the most recent travel advice, Covid-19 precautions, and the frequency of cases. It is safer to travel alone or in a small group to a location that is not currently excessively crowded.

What are the biggest festivals in the US?

Summerfest, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and many other events rank among the biggest festivals in the US.

What holidays are only celebrated in America?

Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Independence Day, and Veterans Day are the five holidays observed in America.

What is the best music festival in America?

The best music festivals may be found in America at a variety of different venues. Here are the first five of them: Coachella Valley Music Festival, for starters Essence Festival, second 3. Hangout Festival of Music 4. Festival of Underwater Music Lollapalooza 5.

How many music festivals are there in the US?

In the United States, there are currently more than 800 music festivals.

What does admission to the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta cost?
Tickets for general admission are only about Rs. 700 per person in advance. Per vehicle, general parking costs about Rs. 1000.

When was the first Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque?

On April 8, 1972, Albuquerque hosted its first Balloon Fiesta.

How does Groundhog Day work?

The groundhog is said to be scared of its shadow on February 2 and will retreat into its burrow, which signifies that there will be six more weeks of winter. Spring will arrive if it does not see its shadow.

How much are tickets to the Coachella Valley Music Festival?

Coachella Valley Music Festival for Weekend 2: GA Pass is ₹29825.77

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