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August 2018 Events and Festivals

1. Schuylkill County Fair

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Schuylkill County Fair

Learn about the agricultural industry and its impact on our daily lives at the Schuylkill County Fair, a weeklong event filled with agricultural products, crafts, art, truck and tractor pulls, daily entertainment, and exhibits.

When: Jul. 30-Aug. 4

Where: Summit Station

Cost: $5, Free for children (ages 12 and under)

2. Lake Erie Cyclefest Weekend

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Lake Erie Cyclefest Weekend

Take in breathtaking views as you experience the beauty of the Great Lakes during the Lake Erie Cyclefest Weekend. Join hundreds of other cyclists on a unique collection of weekend cycle tours from fast flat lake-plains to the rolling countryside that forms the gateway to the Appalachian Mountains. This event welcomes bicycling enthusiasts of all skill levels.

When: Aug. 2-5

Where: Erie

Cost: Costs vary

3. AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival

AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival
AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival

From bluegrass and jazz to rock ‘n’ roll and polka, the AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival in Johnstown is set to offer more than 75 hours of nonstopentertainment from more than 20 national and regional acts. Gather your enthusiastic music fans friends for three days of live sounds across three stages.

When: Aug. 3-4

Where: Johnstown

Cost: Costs vary

4. Blues & Jazz Festival

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Blues & Jazz Festival

For three days and three nights, Erie’s Frontier Park comes alive with what has proven itself to be the region’s most dynamic musical event. The Blues & Jazz Festival attracts more than 20,000 visitors, featuring musicians that range from regional favorites to international superstars in a beautiful outdoor, family-friendly setting.

When: Aug. 3-5

Where: Erie

Cost: Free

5. Rib & Wing Festival

ribs and wings at festival
Rib & Wing Festival

The saucy Rib & Wing Festival in Erie is the ultimate backyard barbecue. Dig into mouth-watering ribs and wings cooked upfresh by award-winning ribbers from all over the country, rock out to live musical entertainment, cool off at the beer garden, play some games in the Kids’ Zone, and browse handmade crafts. Plus, at Seven Springs, you can ampupthe fun with heart-racing zipline adventures, a guaranteed blast at sporting clays, breathtaking views of a mountain-topgolf course, delicious dining, and relaxing spa treatments.

When: Aug. 3-5

Where: Erie

Cost: $7, Free for children (ages 11 and under)

6. Musikfest

guitar
Musikfest

Come out for the nation’s largest free, non-gated music festival: Musikfest. The 10-day Lehigh Valley extravaganza showcases more than 450 performances on 14 indoor and outdoor stages. Discover sultry salsa dancers, impromptu jam sessions, and singer-songwriters.

When: Aug. 2-12

Where: Bethlehem

Cost: Free

7. Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire

Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire
Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire

Participate in the mesmerizing re-creation of a 16th century country festival celebrating a visit from Queen Elizabeth I. The Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire in Lancaster County features more than 75 shows, including a "Final Joust."

When: Aug. 4-Oct. 28

Where: Manheim

Cost: Costs vary for adults, Free for children (ages 4 and under)

8. Mifflin County Youth Fair

youth county fair
Mifflin County Youth Fair

Meet family and friends at the Mifflin County Youth Fair for event livestock exhibits, tractor pulls, horse shows, nightly entertainment, and rides.

When: Aug. 5-11

Where: Reedsville

Cost: Free

9. Greene County Fair

kids at Greene County Fair
Greene County Fair

Traditional fair attractions of livestock, home and garden, and 4-H competitions are at the heart of the annual Greene County Fair. Add the traditional entertainment of tractor pulls, demolition derby, monster truck rides, chainsaw carvings, and yummy treats.

When: Aug. 5-11

Where: Waynesburg

Cost: $8

10. Butler Farm Show

Butler Farm Show
Butler Farm Show

Celebrate the farming community with a visit to the 70th season of the Butler Farm Show. The event features a variety of exhibits, tractor pulls, crafts, rides, food, and demonstrations. Be sure to say hello to the farm animals.

When: Aug. 6-11

Where: Butler

Cost: $7

11. Cochranton Community Fair

horses at Cochranton Community Fair
Cochranton Community Fair

There is no shortage of family fun at the Cochranton Community Fair. Now in its 90th year, the six-day spree of fun, food, and farm animals concludes with a fireworks display.

When: Aug. 6-11

Where: Cochranton

Cost: N/A

12. Lithuanian Days

Lithuanian Days
Lithuanian Days

Mark your calendars for the longest consecutive ethnic festival in the nation. The 104th Lithuanian Days in Schuylkill County is a time to share, spread, and remember Lithuanian heritage through history, crafts, cuisine, song, and dance.

When: Aug. 11-12

Where: Frackville

Cost: Free

13. Lawrence County Fair

girl riding horse
Lawrence County Fair

The week-long Lawrence County Fair is a great agricultural showcase of livestock exhibits, farm products, machinery and allied equipment, and sustainable living and homemaking educational activities. There’s also entertainment for all tastes, including concerts, truck and tractor pulls, rodeo, and demolition derby.

When: Aug. 13-18

Where: New Castle

Cost: $10

14. Pittston Tomato Festival

Pittston Tomato Festival
Pittston Tomato Festival

We say tomato, you say tom-ah-to! More than 50,000 visitors will attend the Pittston Tomato Festival, a tasty local tradition that has been touted as one of the best festivals in northeastern PA. Delicious food, a variety of live entertainment, a parade, 5K run, games, rides, arts and crafts, bingo and of course home-grown Pittston tomatoes keepbringing an enthusiastic crowd to the festival year after year.

When: Aug. 16-19

Where: Pittston

Cost: Free

15. Celebrate Erie

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Celebrate Erie

Where’s that Erie pride? Show it off at Celebrate Erie, an extravaganza showcasing the local food and drink, art, culture, music, and people that make Erie a great place to live, work and play — and a perfect place to visit.

When: Aug. 16-19

Where: Erie

Cost: Free

16. Philadelphia Folk Festival

Philadelphia Folk Festival
Philadelphia Folk Festival

The Philadelphia Folk Festival is a perfect four-day family event. The festival welcomes music fans, campers, puppeteers, jugglers, aerialists, and storytellers, in an all-encompassing experience of a uniquely American art form.

When: Aug. 16-19

Where: Schwenksville

Cost: Costs vary

17. Bloomfield Little Italy Days

pasta eating competition Bloomfield Little Italy Days
Bloomfield Little Italy Days

Bring your appetite to the region's largest heritage festival. The Bloomfield Little Italy Days is the perfect opportunity to learn more about Italian heritage, eat authentic Italian cuisine, and watch Italian-themed entertainment.

When: Aug. 16-19

Where: Pittsburgh

Cost: Free

18. Centre County Grange Encampment and Fair

Centre County Grange Encampment and Fair
Centre County Grange Encampment and Fair

Back for its 144th year, the “Grange Fair” is the only remaining tenting fair in the nation. Reunite with family and friends as you move into Grange Park to live for more than a week, developing lasting relationships with campsite neighbors. Experience livestock competitions and horse shows, enjoy daily motorsports, and munch on delicious fair food.

When: Aug. 17-25

Where: Centre Hall

Cost: $20 for the week, $7 for a day, Free for children (ages 11 and under)

19. Crawford County Fair

Crawford County Fair
Crawford County Fair

Make some time with family and friends to visit the Crawford County Fair. Known as the largest agricultural fair in the state, it boasts amusement rides, truck and tractor pulls, demolition derbies, and agricultural and livestock entries.

When: Aug. 18-25

Where: Meadville

Cost: $8, Free for children (ages 5 and under)

20. Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival

Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival
Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival

Take a magical journey back to the old days with the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival. As you walk about the fairgrounds, hundreds of authentically dressed merrymakers create the illusion of a 16th century festival. Watch and be amazed as chivalrous knights compete in a joust or learn from artisans who have perfected their craft. And don’t forget about the food! From turkey legs to baked goods, you’ll be feasting like royalty.

When: Aug. 18-19 & 25-26

Where: Pittsburgh

Cost: $22 for adults, $11 for children (ages 5-12), Free for children (ages 5 and under)

21. Pittsburgh Comedy Festival

Pittsburg Comedy Festival
Pittsburgh Comedy Festival

Laugh your socks off at the Pittsburgh Comedy Festival, a four-day celebration designed to bring standupcomedians and improvisers together. The festival offers informative workshops, programming for comedians and comedy fans young and old, and best of all, fantastic shows guaranteed to keepyou falling off your seat.

When: Aug. 22-26

Where: Pittsburgh

Cost: N/A

22. Butler Italian Festival

Italian pizza
Butler Italian Festival

Buongiorno! The Butler County Italian Festival, a four-day celebration of all things “molto Italiano,” debuts this year. From music and food to friends, family, and fine wine, get a true taste of Italy in all the red, white, and green trimmings that make Mediterranean merriment a splendor all its own.

When: Aug. 24-26

Where: Butler

Cost: Free

23. Shippensburg Corn Festival

Shippensburg Corn Festival
Shippensburg Corn Festival

The 38th annual Shippensburg Corn Festival returns to town with juried crafts, an antique car show, entertainment, food booths, and children’s activities all centered around a food staple: corn. This street and craft fair hosts more than 250 crafts and antique vendors and was rated the best one-day festival in Pennsylvania by the Pennsylvania Festivals Association.

When: Aug. 25

Where: Shippensburg

Cost: Free

24. Heritage Day and Parade of Nations

Heritage Day and Parade of Nations
Heritage Day and Parade of Nations

Celebrate diversity with the 20th annual Heritage Day and the 19th annual Parade of Nations. Throughout the parade admire ethnic representatives in native costumes, then continue the festivities with ethnic foods, crafts, live entertainment, and games all along the Main Street in Schuylkill County.

When: Aug. 25

Where: Shenandoah

Cost: Free

25. Fonthill Castle Beer Fest

group of friends drinking beer at Fonthill Castle Beer Fest
Fonthill Castle Beer Fest

Drink like royalty at Fonthill Castle Beer Fest, a daytime beer extravaganza set against Bucks County’s beautiful outdoor countryside. Sample high-quality drafts from home brewers, local and regional breweries, and other breweries across the country and pair them with locally grown and prepared foods. Proceeds benefit the historic attraction’s educational programs.

When: Aug. 25

Where: Doylestown

Cost: Costs vary for participants, Free for designated drivers

26. Mason-Dixon Frontier Festival

Mason Dixon historical park
Mason-Dixon Frontier Festival

Celebrate history and culture at the 36th annual Mason-Dixon Frontier Festival. Explore a display of antique and classic cars, discover the ever-popular steam engines and antique tractors, learn how our frontier ancestors caught lunch with trapping techniques, and enjoy a diverse selection of musical entertainments on the cabin stage. When you are hungry after a day of exploring, try a famous Mason-Dixon Dog.

When: Aug. 25-26

Where: Mt. Morris

Cost: Free

27. Indiana County Fair

people riding gaint wheel Indiana County Fair
Indiana County Fair

If you’ve got a competitive spirit, then the Indiana County Fair is just for you. Throughout the week, local farmers and 4H members show off their livestock, crafts, and baked goods in numerous competitions. Additional fair highlights include tractor pulls, demolition derbies, live entertainment, carnival rides, and food.

When: Aug. 25-Sept. 1

Where: Indiana

Cost: $8, Free for children (ages 2 and under) and on Sunday

28. Wattsburg Agricultural Society Erie County Fair

Wattsburg Agricultural Society Erie County Fair
Wattsburg Agricultural Society Erie County Fair

Come out to enjoy the annual Wattsburg Agricultural Society Erie County Fair, the oldest and largest fair in the county. From thrilling amusement rides to truck and tractor pulls, there’s excitement for family members of all ages.

When: Aug. 27-Sept. 1

Where: Wattsburg

Cost: $8

29. Great Allentown Fair

Great Allentown Fair
Great Allentown Fair

The Great Allentown Fair offers a fun and educational experience for all in the family. Dedicated to supporting the achievements of farmers, gardeners, and homemakers, the fair invites guests to learn about agriculture while spending an exciting time riding rides, playing games, and seeing shows.

When: Aug. 28-Sept. 3

Where: Allentown

Cost: $8 for adults, Free for children (ages 12 and under)

July 2018 Events and Festivals in Pennsylvania

1. Kutztown Folk Festival and America’s Largest Quilt Sale

The Kutztown Festival and America’s Largest Quilt Sale
69th Annual Kutztown Folk Festival

Learn about and celebrate authentic Pennsylvania Dutch culture when you visit the annual Kutztown Folk Festival. Known as America’s largest quilt sale, the event features more than 2,500 locally handmade quilts, along with traditional crafts, food demonstrations, tastings, and live music.

When: Jun. 30-Jul. 8

Where: Kutztown

Cost: $14 for adults, $13 for seniors, $5 for students (ages 13-17), Free for children (ages 12 and under), $24 for a weekly pass

2. Punxsutawney Groundhog Festival

Barclary Square Groundhog Festival
Punxsutawney Groundhog Festival

Our furry friend Punxsutawney Phil predicted a longer winter, but the snow has melted and we’re ready to spend our days outside. Bring a lawn chair to enjoy the Punxsutawney Groundhog Festival, a weeklong celebration featuring children’s rides, craft and merchandise vendors, and live shows nightly.

When: Jul. 1-7

Where: Punxsutawney

Cost: Free

3. Remington Ryde Bluegrass Festival

Remington Ryde Bluegrass Festival
Remington Ryde Bluegrass Festival

The family-friendly Remington Ryde Bluegrass Festival in Centre County is a great opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy the fresh air. There’ll be sounds from more than 20 touring bluegrass bands, so bring your camping equipment or RVs to avoid missing a single note.

When: Jul. 4-8

Where: Centre Hall

Cost: Costs vary

4. Briggs Farm Blues Festival

Briggs Farm Blues Festival
Briggs Farm Blues Festival

Check out the Briggs Farm Blues Festival, a small festival taking place in a family-friendly setting against the rolling hills in Nescopeck. Whether it's your first year, 21st year, or anywhere in-between, you’ll be happy you made the tripto hear the best blues music on the 250-year-old Briggs Farm.

When: Jul. 5-8

Where: Nescopeck

Cost: Costs vary

5. French Creek Music Festival

French Creek Music Festival
French Creek Music Festival

Stop, drop, and hang out at the annual French Creek Music Festival in Venango, a community event designed to raise money to help the local volunteer fire department continue their reach and efforts in keeping the area safe. Over three days, enjoy festival fare, sip local craft beers, and peruse handmade goods.

When: Jul. 6-8

Where: Venango

Cost: Free

6. North East Fireman’s Cherry Festival

Birds eye view of North east Firemans Cherry festival at night time
North East Fireman’s Cherry Festival

Bring your sweet tooth to the 73rd annual North East Cherry Festival to indulge in all the cherries, cherry pie, sausage sandwiches, curly fries, and cotton candy your stomach can handle. To keep things varied and exciting, attendees will be treated to a game of Bingo, a parade in honor of the firemen and women, and the crowning of the Cherry Queen.

When: Jul. 10-14

Where: North East

Cost: Free

7. Band Jam

Band performing at Band Jam
Band Jam

Whether you’re jamming for a day or rocking out the entire weekend, the sixth annual Band Jam in Slippery Rock will keepyou grooving. Perfect for music lovers of all genres, this weekend music festival showcases local artists in a natural outdoor amphitheater setting. Don’t forget your lawn chair or blanket.

When: Jul. 13-14

Where: Slippery Rock

Cost: $20 for adults, Free for children (ages 17 and under)

8. Slovenefest

Slovenefest
Slovenefest

Put on your dancing shoes, because it’s time to polka and waltz Slovenian-style at the 37th annual Slovenefest. Learn more about Slovenia and its culture from traditional clothing, crafts and household items displays, dancing, and live music at this Lawrence County favorite.

When: Jul. 13-15

Where: Enon Valley

Cost: Costs vary for adults, Free for children (ages 16 and under)

9. Panegyri Greek Festival

Panegyri Greek Festival
Panegyri Greek Festival

Take a quick tripto Greece with new experiences at Erie’s 30th annual Panegyri Greek Festival. Taste delicious authentic cuisine, satisfy your sweet tooth with pastries, and learn how to folk dance.

When: Jul. 13-15

Where: Erie

Cost: N/A

10. Good Vibes Beer Fest

Good Vibes Beer Fest
Good Vibes Beer Fest

Join your fellow craft beer lovers for a day of laid back music, delicious local food, and the best line up of craft breweries in the nation at the Good Vibes Beer Fest. Come thirsty, and don't forget to bring those “good vibes” with you to Crawford County.

When: Jul. 14

Where: Meadville

Cost: N/A

11. Bluegrass & Blueberries Festival

Bluegrass and Blueberries Festival
Bluegrass & Blueberries Festival

Celebrate National Blueberry Month with everything blue in charming New Hope. Come hungry and ready for a weekend brimming with locally grown blueberries, blueberry treats, and a line up of the best bluegrass music in the region at the Peddler’s Village Bluegrass & Blueberries Festival.

When: Jul. 14-15

Where: New Hope

Cost: Free

12. Oktoberfest in July

couples dancing at oktoberfest in July
Oktoberfest in July

Salute Polish and German heritage in the Pocono Mountains at the Oktoberfest in July. Listen to live music on two different stages, catch costumed dance performances, and participate in the "Bier Stein Olympics". Kids will enjoy the rubber duck races, riding down an inflatable Bavarian slide, and watching Bavarian juggling and Stefan the Polish magician.

When: Jul. 14-15

Where: East Stroudsburg

Cost: $12.50 for adults, $8.50 for children (ages 5-12), Free for children (ages 4 and under)

13. Harley-Davidson of Erie Bikefest

couple on a harley davidson bike at erie bikefest
Harley-Davidson of Erie Bikefest

Vroom, vroom! That’s the sound of the “Harley-Davidson” lifestyle you’ll experience at Harley Davidson of Erie Bikefest. Motorcycle enthusiasts will unite for nine days of motorcycle-related activities that include rides throughout the scenic countryside of northwest PA, food and beverages, live entertainment, motorcycle industry vendors, music, and contests.

When: Jul. 14-22

Where: Erie

Cost: Free

14. Peach Music Festival

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Peach Music Festival

Show your ap-PEACH-iation for live music and grab your tickets for Scranton’s 7th annual Peach Music Festival. Each year, music lovers congregate for four days of jamming, dancing, and camping out.

When: Jul. 19-22

Where: Scranton

Cost: Costs vary

15. “In-Harmony” Heritage Music Festival

group performing at Heritage music festival
“In-Harmony” Heritage Music Festival

Hear guitars, fiddles, and vocals ringing from the rafters during the “In-Harmony” Heritage Music Festival, featuring performances in two history venues — an 1805 barn and an 1825 Mennonite Meeting House. Returning for its second year, the festival showcases old-time heritage music played or inspired by Harmonists and other 19th century groups that settled in western PA.

When: Jul. 20-21

Where: Harmony

Cost: Costs Vary

16. PicklesBURGH

kids holding dummy pickles at PicklesBURGH
PicklesBURGH

What’s the big dill? Find out at Picklesburgh, a two-day event around all things pickled. Additionally, the culinary celebration goes beyond the dill pickle to include international dishes and artisan cocktails made with pickled ingredients. Take part in informative how-to demos and check out merchandise such as pickled goods, books, and DIY products to fulfil your own picked curiosities.

When: Jul. 20-22

Where: Pittsburgh

Cost: Free

17. Gettysburg National 19th Century Baseball Festival

man holding a baseball bat at 19th century baseball festival gettysburg
Gettysburg National 19th Century Baseball Festival

While baseball is America’s pastime, some elements of the game have changed since its invention in 1839. Come see how the game was played in the 19th century at the Gettysburg National 19th Century Baseball Festival. Players will recreate a baseball game 1830s-style, wearing authentic uniforms and playing with era-appropriate equipment. After spectating, get out on the field and try your hand at pitching.

When: Jul. 21-22

Where: Gettysburg

Cost: Free

18. Blueberry Festival

Blueberry Festival
Blueberry Festival

Turn your tongue blue at the 32nd annual Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites Blueberry Festival. Dubbed the sweetest festival of the summer, the family-friendly event is full of live music, children’s games and activities, colonial demonstrations, pie-eating contests, and a pet parade.

When: Jul. 21-22

Where: Bethlehem

Cost: $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 4-17)

19. Fayette County Fair

Fayette County Fair
Fayette County Fair

With more than 30 carnival rides and a total attendance of nearly 100,000 people, the Fayette County Fair ranks as one of the largest fairs in Pennsylvania. Come on down with a healthy appetite for treats and thrills.

When: Jul. 26-Aug. 4

Where: Dunbar

Cost: $13

20. Beer on the Bay

Beer on the Bay
Beer on the Bay

Cheers! Beer on the Bay, the region’s largest craft beer festival held on the picturesque Erie Bayfront, returns for its 11th year. Grab your tickets for the opportunity to taste fabulously brewed creations from local breweries. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The A.N.N.A. Shelter, a local animal rescue.

When: Jul. 28

Where: Erie

Cost: Costs vary

21. Celebrate the Bloom

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Celebrate the Bloom

Enjoy yourself as you celebrate the state’s only protected prairie and its featured flower “the blazing star” at Celebrate the Bloom in Butler. The one-day festival includes nature explorations, engaging demonstrations, local artisans, and live entertainment.

When: Jul. 28

Where: Butler

Cost: Free

22. Adams County Winery Culinary Fest

Girls Dining at Adams County Winery Culinary Fest
Adams County Winery Culinary Fest

Discover all the culinary joys in south central PA and learn about suggested wine pairings during the Adams County Winery Culinary Fest. Complete the afternoon rendezvous with live music from Jayplayers, food trucks, and food vendors.

When: Jul. 28

Where: Orrtanna

Cost: Free

23. Susquehanna Folk Fest

Susquehanna Folk Fest
Susquehanna Folk Fest

Enjoy music from legendary David Bromber and four-time Grammy Award winner David Holt for the annual Susquehanna Folk Fest. In addition to great music on several stages, enjoy family-oriented crafts, workshops, jamming, dancing, and storytelling. Food will be available, along with a selection of craft beer and wine from local wineries.

When: Jul. 28-29

Where: Lewisberry

Cost: Costs vary, Free for children (ages 12 and under)

24. Rain Day Festival

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Rain Day Festival

Rain Day is the only holiday anywhere in the world that is not a success unless it rains. Miss Rain Day with mascot, Wayne Drop, reign over the annual Waynesburg festivities of live entertainment, craft vendors, games, and fireworks. 2018 marks the celebration of 115 out of 144 years of rain.

When: Jul. 29

Where: Waynesburg

Cost: Free

25. Schuylkill County Fair

kid riding a toy tractor at Schuylkill County Fair
Schuylkill County Fair

Learn about the agricultural industry and its impact on our daily lives at the Schuylkill County Fair, a weeklong event filled with agricultural products, crafts, art, truck and tractor pulls, daily entertainment, and exhibits.

When: Jul. 30-Aug. 4

Where: Summit Station

Cost: $5, Free for children (ages 12 and under)

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