Door County Plein Air Festival | July 19 – Aug. 7
38 artists will be joining us from their homes, putting brush to canvas across the country, creating new plein air works, art inspired by Door County and more.

Lolla2020 | July 30 – Aug. 2
Performances from around the city and beyond, epic archival sets from Chicago and the festivals six international editions, never-before-seen footage from the 1990s and much more.

Minnesota Fringe Festival | July 30 – Aug. 9
Minnesota Fringe is thrilled to offer a chance to experience adventurous art and connect with adventurous artists as we present live and recorded events online.

Bix Jazz Festival | July 31 – Aug. 1
The 49th Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival will feature seven talented bands from Denver to Chicago. Each band will premiere new sets of traditional 1920s & 30s Jazz era music.

A Weekend in Norfolk | July 31 – Aug. 2
An online festival in Norfolk, Connecticut! Music, art and nature come together for three exciting days.

Musikfest | July 31 – Aug. 9
40 performances by bands airing live from the Service Electric TV studios and an on-site food and beverage experience at SteelStacks that will include at least 10 Musikfest food vendors.

Petaluma Music Festival | Aug. 1
Live-streamed performances by many of the headline artists which were a part of this year’s lineup (plus surprise guests) and performances showcasing the tremendous wealth of local music talent in Petaluma and the Bay Area.

CollaBEERation 5K & Brew Fest | Aug. 1 – 2
Whether you live in Colorado, or somewhere further away you can join in on the fun of this race! As we draw closer to race day we will have options to pick up your race gear or have it shipped.

Ocracoke Fig Festival | Aug. 1 – 8
Festival attendees on and off the island can tune in to the Ocracoke Fig Festival’s YouTube channel or Facebook page for daily videos on how to preserve, bake and cook with figs, village fig tree tours, and interviews with island fignitaries.

Twainfest | Aug. 1 – 16
A FREE celebration of Mark Twain and other writers of the 19th century. Hear works by Mark Twain, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Paul Laurence Dunbar, and others, read aloud by San Diego actors.

Kansas City Jewish Film Festival | Aug. 2 – 19
See 12-award-winning films and enjoy the flexibility of watching the films at any time within each film’s 48-hour window.

Viva Festival Latino | Aug. 3 – 9
A FREE, family-focused event, bringing national/international music acts, Ohio-based Latino dance and music, children’s activities, and more for the community to enjoy.

Southeast Arizona Birding Festival | Aug. 5 – 7
Seven virtual events including two tours highlighting birding/conservation, a session on Learning Bird Songs, a forum on Birdability and making birding more inclusive and accessible for the mobility-challenged, and three interactive socials.

Sunriver Music Festival | Aug. 6 – 12
The Festival Faire fundraiser is now an online auction, including a Beethoven birthday party that includes a video premiere, online chats and performances by scholarship recipients.

Seattle Arab Festival | Aug. 7 – 9
Highlighting the sights, sounds and tastes of 22 Arab nations with henna dying, live music, calligraphy, coffee, cooking and folk dancing reflective of the varied Arabian cultures.

Craft Lake City DIY Festival | Aug. 7 – 9
Features more than 250 local artisans, engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators.

Twins Days Festival | Aug. 8
Twins Days Mission is to provide a vehicle for celebrating the uniqueness of twins and others of multiple birth and to provide a vehicle for the celebration of the heritage of Twinsburg.

Auburntown Red Apple Days Festival | Aug. 8
We will still be holding virtual Red Apple Days Events such as the Red Apple Run and the Miss Red Apple Days Pageant. The Auburntown Volunteer Fire Department will also be hosting a drive-up spaghetti dinner.

Willamette Valley Music Festival | Aug. 8, 15 & 22
Performances will be streamed live from Oregon wine country as usual but the difference is, only the musicians (players from FearNoMusic, Oregon Symphony, and more) will be there, not the audience.

Eureka’s Street Art Festival | Aug. 10 – 15
You are invited to walk through Henderson Center throughout the week-long Festival to watch the painting in progress, or participate in the Virtual Daily Art Walks, which will be streamed on Facebook Live and available to watch on our website.

Virtual Jersey City Comedy Festival | Aug. 12 – 15
The festival features stand up, sketch, improv, roast battles, podcasts and industry parties, putting a premium on diversity and inclusion in comedy.

PEACE LOVE BEER & Music Festival | Aug. 14 – 16
A celebration of New York State craft beer and the extended community of musicians and artists. The festival will include three-days of programmed, live-streamed music taking place from breweries across New York State.

Brasilfest | Aug. 16
Uniting traditional and contemporary Brazilian drumming, dance, music, visual arts, capoeira and celebration during the week of Brazilian Folklore Day.

Lehigh Valley Pride | Aug. 16
The details of the virtual pride festival will be announced shortly but will include local and national talent, community spotlights, and more.

Green Lake Festival of Music | Aug. 20
Join us for the finale evening of the Virtual Thursday series, as we embrace an Italian flair for our fundraising gala Cabaret & Cabernet: A Celebration of Songs, Sweets & Sharing.

Boston GreenFest | Aug. 20 – 23
Our goal is to educate and empower people to create a more sustainable, healthier world. Join festivalgoers from Boston and across the globe to be better stewards of our environment and share ideas!

Andersonville at Home: A Midsommarfest Experience | Aug. 21 – 23
Will feature entertainment that was previously scheduled for the street fest, appearances by local officials and business owners and a raffle that will raise funds for the chamber.

Tibet Fest | Aug. 22 – 23
Bestowing messages of love, compassion and kindness through a fusion of ancient and new Tibetan arts and culture to engage, entertain and educate.

Bosworth Medieval Festival | Aug. 22 – 23
To commemorate the 535th anniversary of the Battle which changed English history, we are putting on a Virtual Festival over the same weekend, which will involve some of the participants of the actual event, including a rose-laying ceremony on the 22nd August.

Int’l Institutes Festival of Nations | Aug. 26 – 30
Festival of Nations is again brought to you by the International Institute of St. Louis (IISTL). For more than 100 years, IISTL has been building a more connected and productive society to benefit immigrants, their families, and the wider community.

Festival of Books | Aug. 29
As part of The San Diego Union-Tribunes Virtual Event Series, the San Diego Festival of Books is bringing three virtual events: Live Q&A Event, Book Club and Children’s Storytime for you to enjoy at home with your family.


Cedar Rapids Freedom Festival | June 22-July 4
Medallion Hunt, Balloon Glow Virtual Show, Drive-thru Pancake Breakfast, Mediacom Watch Party and KCRG Freedom Festival Flashback. These events will be fun and interactive ways that you can celebrate patriotism and community.

Essence Fest | June 25-28 & July 2-5
This year #ESSENCEFEST goes digital with two back-to-back weekends of music, entertainment, empowerment and culture.

Wawa Welcome America | June 28-July 4
With a lineup of concerts, online educational activities, behind-the-scenes experiences, cooking demonstrations, at-home crafts, virtual museum tours and more, the festival’s family-friendly programming will focus on arts, culture, education, wellness, history and performance.

Pittsburgh Virtual Festival for the Arts | Wednesdays in July
The Bicknell Family Center for the Arts has turned challenges presented by the need for social distancing into an opportunity to showcase area performers and give audiences the feel of live concerts each Wednesday evening.

Carnegie Art Festival | July 1-Aug. 1
Browse artwork, crafts and other handmade items created by hundreds of artists from the comfort of your own home.

Southport’s Fourth of July Festival | July 2-4
A series of Facebook events, contests, learning experiences and fun to enjoy. On July 4, we will enjoy parades of the past and will end with Fireworks Stories from the Past.

Lost Horizon Festival | July 3-4
A music and arts festival in virtual reality, featuring a lineup of world-famous DJs, underground acts and visual artists. The event will raise money for The Big Issue and Amnesty International.

Chosen Few Picnic & House Music Festival | July 4
This popular Chicago music festival will feature free, live-streamed performances and DJ sets from the Chosen Few DJs, and more.

Virtual Family Paint Party | July 4
Grab the kids and unleash your inner artist at the Original Paint Nite. You’ll all go from a blank canvas to a masterpiece of your own, with plenty of laughs along the way. If you’d like to purchase a supply kit, please go to

Los Angeles Fourth of July Block Party | July 4
The multi-dimensional online experience will feature newly curated content for digital enjoyment, including cooking demonstrations, comedy ensembles and music performances, plus online workshops and more.

San Diego Big Bay Boom | July 4
The public is invited to tune in to a television special to air on FOX 5 (San Diego) and KTLA (Los Angeles). The fun and exciting TV special will feature highlights of Big Bay Boom fireworks from past years, along with special interviews and content.

Aspen Music Festival and School | July 4-Aug. 23
Events include fresh, new live recitals, teaching insights, panel discussions, in-depth seminars and a triumphant live tribute to our Music Director Robert Spano.

International Folk Art Market | July 6-10
Join more than 18,000 other folk art lovers who receive exclusive content, in addition to special events, artist updates and more.

Virtual PAWmicon | July 7-8
Pet cosplay contests, panel discussions and interviews, trivia rounds, vendor shopping and an exclusive mobile Augmented Reality app and WebVR experience.

Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts | July 9-12
You can shop cool artists in the virtual Sidewalk Sale, live stream great music, do an art project with your kids and shop for artisanal foods.  Of course, we’ll have exhibitions too: Images 2020, Banners, and Street Painting.

Virtual Hydrangea Festival | July 10
Leading up to, and throughout the festival, we will post and share blogs, videos, care tips, craft activities, scavenger hunts, and photos.

Best Coast Beer Fest | July 11
Enjoy 12 summer suds from some of the West Coast’s top breweries and chat with them live about their craft.

The Kitchens, Baths, & More Virtual Tour | July 11
Tour eight functional and fabulous homes in beautiful San Diego! Meet the professional interior designers behind these home remodels in an Interactive live chat.

Virtual ChalkFest Wausau | July 11
We welcome artists to sign up if interested in submitting a chalk drawing that they plan to create on a sidewalk or driveway. Once all photos of drawings are received, we will then prepare the files for a reveal on Facebook on July 11.

MozCon | July 14-15
A journey into the deepest realms of search marketing. Connect with an incredible community of experts and uncover tactical advice from industry-leading practitioners in the vast world of SEO, mobile, conversion optimization, local search, and more.

Woody Guthrie Folk Festival | July 14-19
The celebration of the acclaimed singer, songwriter, poet and activist will commemorate Guthrie’s 108th birthday with musical performances by artists inspired & influenced by Woody as well as educational seminars.

Spirit of Grey Fox Virtual Festival | July 16-19
You’ll see and hear unique performances by our 2020 artists, photos and videos from over the years, and some of the most memorable late-night sets from the past.

Beaches Jazz Festival | July 17-26
Catch live performances, workshops and interviews on our website and YouTube, Instagram and Facebook pages.

Hagerstown Pride Festival | July 18
Live performances and interactive ways you can show off your pride through a Zoom party room. Contests & more!

Birmingham Freedom Festival | July 25
This music and empowerment festival will include thought-provoking discussions, interactive videos and interviews to shine a light on issues of equality and civic engagement.

Pokmon GO Fest | July 25-26
An all-new, completely reimagined global event in a virtual format. The adventures of Pokmon GO Fest are coming direct to trainers and neighborhoods around the world so anyone can participate from home.

The Pride of Dallas | July 25-26
While we socially distance to help promote our physical health, we gather virtually for our minds and spirits. We come together online to advance our mission inclusively with our friends, sponsors, supporters and allies.

Bix Jazz Festival | July 31-Aug. 1
The 49th annual Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival will feature seven talented bands from Denver to Chicago. Each band will premiere new sets of traditional 1920s & 30s Jazz era music.

Monterey Bay Aquarium Live Cams | Ongoing
Be delighted by the antics of our sea otters or mellow out to the hypnotic drifting of our jellies. With ten live cams to choose from, you can experience the wonder of the ocean no matter where you are.

British Museum Virtual Tour | Ongoing
The graphics on this tour are crazy; think an intergalactic guitar fretboard. Tap through a musical guide to Africa, the Americas, Asia, Oceania and Europe and play a little tune along the way.

Explore Live Cams | Ongoing
The largest live nature cam network on the planet. We bring nature to you – raw, unscripted and unedited. Enjoy the natural world as it unfolds.


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Watch astronauts read to kids from space! Astronauts on various missions read popular books while floating about. Click here for more information.

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San Diego Bird Festival | Feb. 26-Mar. 1
We’re celebrating the birds and habitats of our county, which truly offer some of the best birding in the U.S. We hope you will join us for the celebration, and well give you plenty of opportunities to look up and see the birds of San Diego. Know that your experience is giving something back to the birds: the proceeds of this festival support the education, conservation, and sanctuary programs of San Diego Audubon Society. 
Time/Place: Marina Village Conference Center: 1936 Quivira Way 
Contact: 858-273-7800 /

KuumbaFest | Feb. 28-Mar. 1
KuumbaFest is San Diego’s longest running and premier celebration of African-American expression, culture, and heritage. The three-day festival includes traditional African art and pageantry, drama, educational workshops, community leadership awards, an African marketplace, a health fair, Hip Hop Showcase, tribute to the famed Apollo Theatre Live at the Lyceum, a Gospel Concert, and guest speakers and artists. 
Time/Place: San Diego Repertory Theatre: 79 Horton Plaza 
Contact: 619-544-1000 /

TinyFest California | Feb. 29-Mar. 1
Tour tiny houses, van conversions, skoolies and more! Enjoy speakers, workshops, Simple Living Marketplace, food & music. 
Time/Place: Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds 

San Diego Comic Fest | Mar. 5-8
Indulge your love of comics, science fiction, and films, and meet an outstanding array of professional creators in a casual atmosphere and an intimate scale that allows fans to mingle directly with professionals and exhibitors. Our special theme will be a celebration of the centennials of the births of science-fiction and fantasy master Ray Bradbury and stop-motion animation legend Ray Harryhausen! 
Time/Place: Four Points by Sheraton San Diego: 8110 Aero Dr., San Diego 

Spring Home/Garden Show | Mar. 6-8
Inspiring real Garden Masters landscapes (created exclusively for the Show), hands-on demonstrations, hundreds of home-improvement products and services exhibitors, educational seminars, plant sales and face-to-face consultations with top experts – all with the convenience of one-stop shopping for everything pertaining to home and garden, inside and outside. 
Time/Place: Fri & Sun 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-6pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds 
Contact: 858-350-3738 /

Swimbait Invasion Expo | Mar. 7
Shop from a variety of vendors including swimbaits, apparel, food, and more! 
Time/Place: 11am-4pm / Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve 
Contact: 619-596-3141 /

San Diego Undy Run/Walk | Mar. 7
Participants run in underwear-themed outfits to get people talking about the often tabooed disease of colon cancer. A unique, family-friendly run/walk created by the Colon Cancer Alliance. Participants receive a pair of boxer shorts and are encouraged to run in underwear-themed outfits to get people talking about this often tabooed disease. 
Time/Place: 7am-12pm / Mission Bay Park – De Anza Cove 
Contact: https://fundraise.ccalliance.

CRSSD Festival | Mar. 7-8
A two-day electronic music festival featuring three stages and 36+ performers. In addition to the music, the festival will offer craft beer, mixed drinks, food, and more. 
Time/Place: Sat 12pm-Sun 10pm / San Diego County Waterfront Park 

Spring Busker Festival | Mar. 7-8
We bring professionals from across the country to perform their bizarre talents from sword swallowing to knife throwing to pogo stick tricks and juggling on unicycles. Throughout the two-day festival, some of the nations top performers fill the bay front village drawing visitors to shop, dine and enjoy an entire day of one-of-a-kind entertainment. 
Time/Place: 12-6pm / Seaport Village 
Contact: 619-530-0704 /

Mariachi Festival | Mar. 8
Join us to enjoy the wonderful performances of great Mariachi groups and Folkloric Dance groups throughout the day. 
Time/Place: 11am-7pm / Bayside Park, Chula Vista 
Contact: 619-477-9339 /

San Diego Latino Film Festival   Mar. 12-22
An 11 day celebration of Latino Cinema, Arts & Culture. The festival will present over 160 films from Latin America, the United States, and Spain as well as Opening Night and Closing Night Parties, the 5th Annual Sabor Latino Food, Beer & Wine Festival, Q&A sessions with visiting filmmakers and free student screenings.
Time/Place: See website for schedule. / AMC Fashion Valley 18  
Contact: 619-230-1938 /

St. Patricks Day Parade & Festival | Mar. 14
Join more than 30,000 attendees in our annual celebration featuring a parade with over 120 entries. Following the parade, an event-filled Irish Festival features live entertainment on 3 Stages. In the morning we have Irish Step Dancers and then we have a full afternoon line-up with Irish Folk singers and bands. All day there are Craft Booths, a Celtic Food Village and other Food Booths, a Beer Garden and a Kids Zone. 
Time/Place: 9am-6pm, Parade 10:30am / Balboa Park 

San Diego shamROCK | Mar. 14
Frolic through a clover field with your green beer or Irish whiskey libation as 6 blocks of the Gaslamp Quarter get covered with over 50,000 square feet of luscious emerald green astroturf! Bust out your best jig with performances by traditional Irish steppers, or shake your clovers across 3 stages of non-stop live music including nationally recognized Irish rock and Celtic bands, top DJs and more! 
Time/Place: 2pm-Midnight / Gaslamp Quarter 
Contact: 619-233-5008 /

St. Patricks Day 10K Run | Mar. 14
St. Patrick’s Day 10K Run and 2-4 Mile Run/Walk. Features: Awesome Medals to all Finishers, Domino’s Pizza and Beer at the finish, High quality tech shirt, 10K Awards to top 3 in each age division. 
Time/Place: 7:45am / Mission Bay Park 
Contact: 619-298-7400 /

Sabor Latino Food, Beer & Wine Fest | Mar. 14
Enjoy unlimited food tastings inspired by celebrated Latino chefs, as well as unlimited beer and wine tastings provided by some of the best craft breweries and wineries from San Diego and Baja California! Well also have live music w/ Kimba Light and live art showcases all day! 
Time/Place: 1-5pm / Fashion Valley Mall 
Contact: 619-230-1938 /

Rocket Con | Mar. 20-22
You will find many unique vendors selling all kinds of geeky collectibles from statues to comics and games. You can also meet some spectacular artists within our Artist Alley, introduce yourself to some professional cosplayers, or better yet, take a picture with them! 
Time/Place: 10am-5pm / Scottish Rite Event Center, San Diego 

Rough N Cut Show | Mar. 21
Rough stone, yard rock, lapidary materials, equipment, minerals, crystals, gemstones and more! 
Time/Place: 11am-4pm / Fallbrook Gem & Mineral Society
Contact: 760-728-1130 /

Best Coast Beer Fest | Mar. 21
Bringing together over 100 breweries from all across the Best Coast, the festival will allow nearly 5,000 beer lovers the opportunity to sippity, sip, sip on over 200 beers from 100 of the West Coasts best breweries. Every ticket sold goes to support Cuck Fancer and helps young adult cancer patients and survivors. 
Time/Place: 1-4pm / Embarcadero Marina Park North 

Bark in the Park | Mar. 21
Bring your family and dog for a day of fun to help raise funds for the Live Oak Dog Park! Dog walk, contest, booths and demonstrations. 
Time/Place: 10am-2pm / Live Oak Dog Park, Fallbrook 

The Julian Daffodil Show | Mar. 21-22
Visit Julian to marvel at Daffodils on display and have any questions about daffodils answered by National Daffodil Society experts. It will also feature Childrens Art – Water Colors of Daffodils. 
Time/Place: 12-5pm / Julian Town Hall 
Contact: 760-765-1857 /

Carlsbad 5000 | Mar. 21-22
The event features multiple age-group races throughout the morning leading up to the legendary pro womens and mens races. The Party by the Sea gets started as soon as the first runners cross the finish line with participants 21 and older celebrating in the Pizza Port beer garden with two complimentary craft brews and runners of all ages rocking out to live music on the streets of the Carlsbad Village. 

San Diego Cake Show | Mar. 21-22
Themed Red Carpet Cakes, this is a weekend with celebrity chef appearances, raffles, cake competitions, classes by world-renowned cake artists, shopping from the top caking vendors, and free stage demos. Features a cake design competition open to everyone, a variety of decorating classes for all skill levels, skills & decorating demonstrations, plus raffles and vendor booths featuring a wide range of decorating tools, tips, and supplies. 
Time/Place: 10am-5pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds 
Contact: 858-333-6905 /

San Diego Hot Chocolate 15K & 5K Road Race | Mar. 22
Each Hot Chocolate 15/5K race features both a 15K (9.3 miles) and 5K (3.1 miles) distance and all runners are encouraged to join the fun! It benefits Make-A-Wish, a national charity that creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. The best goodie bags in running, free instantaneous race photos and scrumptious post-race treats are just three reasons youll want to sign up. 
Time/Place: 6:45am / Petco Park, Park Boulevard 

Community Service Fair | Mar. 25
Encourage students to develop skills, make contacts, and allow them to improve the quality of their community. 
Time/Place: 11:30am-1pm / Fallbrook High School 

Veterans Appreciation Golf Tournament | Mar. 27
It will be an amazing day of fun with 18 holes, boxed lunch provided, business networking and a dinner during the awards ceremony.  
Time/Place: 11am-6pm / Carlton Oaks Golf Club, Santee 
Contact: 619-449-1515 /

Race for Autism | Mar. 28
Featuring a SUPERHERO 5K chip timed run, 5K walk or 1-mile Family Fun Walk, scenic Balboa Park course, educational resource fair, childrens activities, music, commemorative medals, and t-shirts, capes for kids, prizes, refreshments and more! Costumes and strollers welcome! Help NFAR (National Foundation for Autism Research) continue to change lives. 
Time/Place: 7am-12pm / Balboa Park 
Contact: 858-679-8800 /

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington | Mar. 28
A tribute to Fallbrooks own, Frank Capra! A idealistic man is appointed to fill a vacancy in the United States Senate. He soon finds out about political corruption. Come learn about Fallbrook History and support the Fallbrook Historical Society. 
Time/Place: 2pm & 6pm / Fallbrook Mission Theater: 231 N Main Ave. 
Contact: 760-253-8904 /

San Diego Awesome 80s Run 5K & 10K | Mar. 29
All finishers receive a Totally Awesome 80s Finishers Medal & a Circa 1980s Style T-shirt. Wacky costumes, neon shorts and leggings, wild colorful hairstyles, big glasses, headbands and scrunchies, stylish leotards, and many other ridiculous costumes will be worn on race day.  
Time/Place: 7:15-11am / Embarcadero Park South