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Hangout Music Fest 2013 - May 17-19 - Gulf Shores, Alabama. Join us on Sugar White Sand for a huge Beach Party. For more information and line-up: http://ithappensinalabama.com/events for updates: http://Facebook.com/IHIA2012

Welcome to the National Cherry Festival Join us June 29 through July 6, 2013 in beautiful Traverse City, Michigan! The Grand Traverse region, known for its world-record tart cherry harvest, bursts with visitors eager to savor the flavor of cherries tucked into everything imaginable. Each day Festival goers find cherry delights along with parades, family and kids events and entertainment. In all, there are more than 150 events along the shores of Lake Michigan's Grand Traverse Bay. The…

The City of Indian Rocks Beach has long been considered a facilities-rich community as evidenced by miles of pristine beach, numerous parks and a great many recreational facilities such as tennis courts, basketball courts, a ball field, leash-free pet park, and the City's most recent addition, a state of the art skateboard park. Many recreational programs and services are also sponsored by the City such as the Beauty & the Beach Festival, Oktoberfest and many holiday events.

The Crown of the Continent Guitar Workshop & Festival is held on the shores of Flathead Lake each August and September and features workshops, as well as live musical performances.

Start Planning for Next Year's Hangout Music Festival! Early Bird Tickets go on sale soon... why not book your place to stay too! www.gulfrentals.com

Hot Air Balloon Festival Fifty brightly colored hot air balloons are the start of the festival and visitors can enjoy seeing them in the air at sunrise (6 a.m.) Saturday and Sunday morning and at sunset (7-9 p.m.) Friday and Saturday night (weather permitting). Enjoy great live music throughout the

What has become one of Cincinnati's most popular annual festivals -- The Appalachian Festival-- began decades ago in the basement of Cincinnati's Music Hall as a quaint crafts' exhibition developed by the Cincinnati Junior League. Today, the Appalachian Festival draws nearly 50,000 people over the three-day event to Coney Island on the shores of the Ohio River.