Festivals and Events

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Upcoming Events

August 21

World Heritage Festival and Festival of Kites, Leesburg, VA: Take this opportunity to have good festive fun and enjoy kites too. There will be ethnic food vendors, cultural performances, and 80 art vendors displaying everything from wall art to jewelry. It’s good family fun on Saturday, August 21 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Ida Lee Recreation Center in Leesburg, VA. For more details, visit their Facebook Page.

August 21, 2021
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Tacos N Taps Festival, Baltimore MD: The festival will take place at Harbor Point Central Plaza in Baltimore, MD. feature over 15 Taco Trucks, Taquerias, and Mexican Restaurants with over 30 different types of tacos. Each taco vendor will offer a wide variety of tacos and Mexican inspired dishes available. ALL will feature at least one taco option for $3. Find out more about the Taco N Taps Festival.

September 25 – September 26, 2021
National Harbor in Maryland (Photo Credit: Duane Lempke Photography, Wikipedia(

National Harbor Wine & Food Festival, National Harbor, MD: The 12th Annual National Wine and Food Festival brings together world-renowned chefs, artisanal craftsmen, and culinary pioneers with thousands of Metro DC and surrounding area foodies. The festival will take place on Sept. 25 – Sept 26, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily on the waterfront at South Pointe. For more information visit the event website.

October 28 – Nov 1, 2021

Salon du Chocolate, Paris France: It all started in 1994, and we say thank you very much to whoever was the brainchild behind the world’s largest event dedicated to chocolate and cocoa. We’re talking the kind of big that includes 60 countries from 5 continents big! And the biggest names in chocolate big! And top that off here are some of the big activities planned for the big five day stretch:

  • A demo stage with a line-up of top chefs
  • The Chocolate Fashion Show
  • Prestigious competitions
  • Exhibits and chocolate sculptures
  • Live performances by cocoa-producing countries
  • A children’s area
  • Pastry workshops
  • Talks and tastings
  • Book signings

The event will take place at Porte de Versaille in Paris. For more information, visit the Salon du Chocolat and check out the video below from the 2019 event.

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