Amazing Festivals & Events Of 2018

2018 has just started, and we can’t wait to attend some of the world’s most celebrated festivals and events here in America. Do you have any particular festival you would love to visit? Or have you already picked a festival to have a lovely time in? If no, then here are a few choices to choose from. Spend quality time with your friends and loved ones as you enjoy America’s finest festivals and events this 2018

 

Made in America

The venue for this music festival is the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. A distinct feature of this concert is that it is held on each Labor Day weekend. If you plan to attend this festival, have it in mind that you will be enjoying not just the music but also plenty of food and drinks with amusement rides too. There are whole lots of interactive activities to enjoy at the made in America festival. As the name implies, this music festival is a perfect blend of the American culture. This festival is set to hold in September 2018 and is organized by Jay-Z and lasts for 2days! It is a must attend.

Coachella

This is a widely accepted music festival with a record of one of the most attended music festival in America. Coachella 2018 will hold in Indio California and would run in two batches; April 13th to15th and April 20th to 22nd. Significant headliners for this music festival are Beyoncé, Eminem and The Weekend. Coachella is a two-weekend festival so perhaps you miss the first weekend, you can still meet up with the second weekend. Other artists lined up for this exceptional festival is the fast-rising rapper, Cardi B, Migos and Post Malone. Ever since its inception in 1999, Coachella has always been a thrilling event to attend in California. You sure don’t want to miss this.

The Governor’s Ball

Just as the name implies, the Governor’s Ball music festival is power packed with elegance and style. The lineup for this festival is massive and exciting. This festival runs for three days and is set to take place on Friday, June 1 through Sunday, June 3. Gracing the event is Eminem, Travis Scott, Jack White, among others. The name governor’s ball is gotten from the original location on Governor’s island but returns to Randall’s Park this year.

Houston’s Shakespeare Festival.

Apart from being ranked the top 5 in museums, Houston is home to one of Americas most beautiful drama festival; the Houston Shakespeare Festival. This annual festival is held at the University of Houston and is organized by the Miller Theatre Advisory Board. An exciting feature of this festival is that it is FREE! Since 1975 the Houston Shakespeare Festival has been a source of entertainment for almost half a million theatre lovers. The festival which holds at the Hermann Park’s Miller Outdoor Theatre comprises of two Shakespeare plays annually. Last year the crowd was thrilled with performances of two very astonishing Shakespeare play; Twelfth Night and Richard III. This year the festival has been scheduled to hold from July 27 through August 5. You wouldn’t want to miss this year’s edition of the Houston Shakespeare Festival like last year and every other year in the past has proved to be something out of the extraordinaire.

 

The National Book Festival and National Cherry Bloom Festival in Washington DC.

If you are a lover of knowledge, then you don’t want to miss the National Book festival that holds in Washington DC every year. This festival is organized by the Library of Congress and has been in existence for over 18 years and will be held near at the Washington Convention Center which is located near the Mount Vernon square metro subway station on the yellow/green lines. Don’t let the name fool you, although it centers mostly on books, there a lot of side attractions to enjoy in this festival. It offers a wide array of social and friendly activities for festival attendees of all ages. One spectacular thing about this festival is that you stand the chance of meeting with the authors of most of the books displayed, to get a signing too. So whether you love reading fiction, sci-fi, tech, or romance, the National Book Festival got you covered. This year, the festival will hold on Saturday, September 1st. Security is guaranteed! The National Cherry Bloom Festival is just days away! Staring on the 17th of March, this Festival is held in spring every year to commemorate the 3000 cherry trees given to Washington Dc by Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo in 1912.