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Festivals in Washington DC - United States

Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday - Washington DC

Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday

Washingtonians honor Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday on 12 February with a Presidential wreath laying ceremony and a dramatic reading of the ‘Gettysburg” Address at noon at the Lincoln Memorial on Constitution Avenue. Concerts by military bands also form part of the celebrations. ...

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Adams Morgan Festival - Washington DC

Adams Morgan Festival

Celebrated on the 14th of September, the Adams Morgan festival has a rich and vibrant arts and cultural community which is recognized for its diversity in cultures, countries, indie businesses and neighborhood. The festival celebrates the creativity that comes from the synergy of these diverse...

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Chinese new year celebration - Washington DC

Chinese new year celebration

Chinatown is witness to the joyous celebration that takes place on Chinese New Year’s Day. The celebrations include an annual parade of marching bands, lion and  dragon dancers, clowns and other entertainers. ...

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Easter Egg Roll - Washington DC

Easter Egg Roll

One of the oldest and most unique traditions in presidential history, the annual Easter Egg Roll takes place on the Monday after Easter, hosted by the First Lady for children aged between 3 -6, at the south lawns of the White House. ...

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Independence Day - Washington DC

Independence Day

4th of July, Independence Day, of course, is a grand event that takes place annually on the fourth of July with troop’s parade, the reading of the Declaration of Independence, day long concerts and activities, an evening performance by the National Symphony Orchestra on the steps of the Capitol...

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Lighting of the National Christmas Tree - Washington DC

Lighting of the National Christmas Tree

On the Second Thursday in December, the President illuminates the national Christmas tree and lights a menorah on the Ellipse and there’s outdoor partying on New Year’s Eve at the Old Post Office. Thousands of spirited patriots turn out for the annual lighting ceremony of the National Christmas...

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Mardi Gras  - Washington DC

Mardi Gras

During the last Tuesday (Fat Tuesday) of the month, Mardi Gras is celebrated with great gusto. This festival is originally from New Orleans but celebrated with as much fervor in Washington, with all night partying and parades and special family days.  ...

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Washington DC

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

On the third Monday in January, Martin Luther King Jr. Day is observed with a wreath laying ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial where orators recite King’s “I have a dream” speech. Local choirs and military color guards are also part of the proceedings. Commemorative events take place at various...

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