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The Capital isn't just a place where everyone talks about International Policies, underneath all that is a city that knows how to have fun. Festivals in Washington brings the much-needed sense of celebration to the state. From music to boat festivals, Washington DC has some of the top festivals in the country. Music festivals in Washington are something to especially watch out for, and Washington county fair isn’t just limited to the city these days, major ones happen all over the county from New York to Oregon.
Music lovers have many reasons to visit Washington DC, camping for days on end to have the best weekend ever is the motto behind The Summer Meltdown. It’s the largest of its kind in the pacific northwest area held in the Whitehorse Mountain Amphitheatre, featuring about 50 bands covering almost every genre in music.
If that isn’t enough and indie blues is your thing just head on over to Georgia, and you’ll feel right at home in the Sasquatch! Music Festival in Washington featured as one of the best Music fests in the country. Its held during the memorial day weekend over about 4 days. Not just indie blues Sasquatch! Music Festival also features EDM, hip-hop and alternative rock and some comedy acts to pass the time.
Well if country music is your thing Watershed Music Festival in Washington is the place to be. It is held at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George feature’s upcoming superstars and newcomers live over multiple stages.
The Washington DC International film festival called Filmfest DC portrays the finest in contemporary cinema to the capital with over 1000 feature and short films from over 55 countries. With an audience of over 16000, spread over 11 days, this festival features around 80 movies each year.
Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is a specter to behold, with rows and rows, over 300 acres of tulips in every color of the rainbow. The festival has over a million people coming to experience it, and you can do just that by walking, cycling, tour buses or even through a seaplane. This little piece of heaven is assured to take you home.
The much loved national blooms of japan blooms for the capital city come spring. Over 3000 cherry blossom trees gifted by the mayor of Tokyo in 1912. This symbol of honor and lasting friendship between Japan and the United States. In 2012 commemorating the 100 year anniversary, the city held a 5-week celebration which is now known as the National Cherry blossom festival. The festival is cut short to 4 weeks instead of five, but that doesn’t deter the 1.5 million people who come to pay homage to the blossoms each year. The cherry blossoms beckon Spring in Japan, and the national of watching these blossoms marks the first day of Spring. Catch all these amazing festivals in Washington and keep yourself updated with
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