Catching one of the festivals in North America might not seem like the obvious activity to schedule into your tour, but here’s a list of why it should be! These are the top tourist picks that could well be the flavourful addition to your itinerary that you’ve been looking for.
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You’ll always find the perfect soundtrack to your visit of New Orleans at any of the local performance venues, but this is when the best of yesterday, today and tomorrow all get stage time. If you want to experience what Southern American culture is all about, this is where you do it.
Cowboy and farming are strewn into North America’s cultural fabric, and at Canada’s Calgary Stampede you can enjoy the best of it in the most entertaining of ways. There’s everything from wagon races to rodeos, pie eating contests to musical performances.
One of the popular events in North America is the Beer Festival in Montreal. If you’re visiting Canada, why not pick June, when you can enjoy the best of the country alongside experiencing its best gathering?
One of the most special festivals in North America that welcomes locals and tourists alike, for a day of parading down the streets, making merry, indulging and partying. You’ll never forget your first Mardi Gras!
On the same dates as Halloween in America, the country of Mexico celebrates the Day of the Dead — a day to honour loved ones who have passed. Though in true Mexican spirit, it’s a festival that’s full of costumes, colour and folklore — truly one of the most unique festivals celebrated in North America.