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Summer Festivals Near Burlington VT

Looking for fun things to do in the Queen City? The Burlington, Vermont area has festivals nearly every weekend in the Summer Festivals in Vermont!summer. Sometimes two or three a weekend! The decision isn't whether there's something to do, it's WHAT you're going to do! From food & fireworks to craft beers and symphonies, Vermont has something for everyone to enjoy!

Festivals in and around Burlington VT in the month of July!

  • Friendly Gathering (June 29th- July 1st)- Waitsfield, VT
    Enjoy a family- friendly music festival just forty minutes from the Burlington area at the beautiful Sugarbush Ski Resort. This festival has it all- music, food and drinks, and an awesome sense of community with people from all around the world. Not to mention the breathtaking setting- tucked in the beautiful green mountains.
     
  • Annual July 3rd Fireworks- Burlington, VT
    Celebrate Independence Day weekend with fireworks and fun on the waterfront. Extremely kid- friendly!
     
  • Vermont Symphony Orchestra Summer Festival (July 4th)- Shelburne, VT
    Sit on the green at Shelburne Farms and listen to Vermont’s own impressive World-renowned Vermont Symphony Orchestra. With views of the Adirondacks and Lake Champlain, the entire vibe is hard to beat! 
     
  • July Cheesemakers festival (July 16th)- Shelburne, VT
    With Vermont having an incredibly well-known dairy industry that specializes in fancy various cheeses, join your community to share the love of cheese while supporting local dairy farmers at beautiful Shelburne Farms.
     
  • Vermont Brewers Festival (July 21st- 22nd)- Burlington, VT
    With Vermont being home to many world-known brewing companies, why not celebrate? This festival has it all for anyone 21+. Located right on the Waterfront Park, join the ever–growing Craft Brewer’s industry for a weekend to remember. Over 30 of the top brewing companies from the area will be there!
     
  • Burlington Farmer's Market- Every Saturday from mid-May through October in Burlington's City Hall Park. Not technically a festival, but it sure feels like one with food vendors, cool drinks, local arts & crafts, face painting, live music and more! And, of course, the best local produce around from farms all over the state of Vermont!

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