As a rule, we all have tons of plans and events arranged for the beginning of the summer, while the last month of this season is often not as bright as the first two. If you are wondering what to do in August and the beginning of the autumn in the USA, here is a list of the brightest and most exciting upcoming events that shouldn’t be missed!
Take a look at the top five events and choose the best option for yourself!
August 5-7 2017
This music festival was first held in 1991 by the vocalist of the band Jane’s Addiction. It was the last tour of this band, but fans liked the idea of the fest so much that it became one of the most popular and bright music festivals in the USA!
August 28 – September 4, 2017
Once a year in the middle of the Black Rock desert in the United States, dreamers, and music lovers gather together for eight days, turning lifeless sands into a world of an ephemeral, unpredictable future! This festival definitely has to be included in everyone’s “must visit” list because the unique atmosphere and excellent organization of this event will not leave indifferent even the most demanding people!
September 8, 2017
Fashion week in New-York
Famous brands, popular designers, and world’s leading top models – this is what attracts the attention of New Yorkers and numerous tourists every second week of February and September of each year. Fashion Week in New York is one of the four major events in the world of fashion, which has a long history and should be attended by everyone at least once in their lives!
October 3-5 2017
Beer Festival in Denver
For quite a long time Denver has been considered a kind of western Munich, and this big and popular festival only confirms this title. The Great Beer Festival of the United States was born in 1982 and has been held annually since then, and it always takes place from October 3rd to October 5th in Denver, Colorado.
October 11, 2017
Zombie festival in New-York
The term “zombie” in popular culture refers to a walking dead man, who was brought to life by someone’s evil whim, who does not have his own will and only executes orders. As a rule, during this unusual festival, a crowd of people dressed up like zombies runs through the town and has fun pretending these monsters.