Yarmouth Clam Festival 2019 on July 19-21 in Yarmouth, ME
This festival on Main Street in Yarmouth is one of Maine’s summer favorites. You don’t need to like or eat clams to come and enjoy! There will be a parade on Friday, fireworks on Saturday, live music from three stages, food, arts and crafts, and road races. The carnival on the midway offers favorite rides.
Stars and Stripes Festival & Parade on July 20-21 in in Lyndonville, VT
If you can’t get enough of July 4th-style pageantry, this is your scene. On Saturday, enjoy a huge, fun-filled parade at 10 a.m. After the parade head to Bandstand Park for a cookout, bluegrass music, and 40 vendors selling food and crafts. The Saturday parade was chosen as a Top Ten Summer Event in Vermont.
Guilford Craft Expo 2019 on July 19-21 in Guilford, CT
Craft Expo 2019 brings 180 juried and national-caliber craft artists to this outdoor show, one of the most respected craft shows in New England and the country. Other activities of the day are craft activities for children, a silent auction, and a food court. Photo: Richard-Hilgendorff
Connecticut Wine Festival 2019 on July 20-21 in in Goshen, CT
Taste the best of Connecticut’s wineries. Sample locally produced specialty foods. Enjoy live music. Browse for handicrafts. Music goes on all afternoon. There will be two wine seminars and a grape stomp on Sunday.
Shokazoba Horn Sensation — on July 20 in West Kingston, RI
Shokazoba is a nine-piece horn-driven funk powerhouse. It performs top quality, high energy music designed to move your feet, inspire the mind, and activate your soul. Come enjoy a night of brass-blown funk at this hospitable, community-run arts venue. 8 p.m.
George Thorogood and The Destroyers on July 21 in Webster, MA
George Thorogood and the Destroyers will bring their Good To Be Bad Tour to Indian Ranch. Since 1975, the band has performed classic hits that include “Who Do You Love,” “I Drink Alone,” “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer,” “Move It On Over,” and “Bad To The Bone.” Doors open noon; music at 2 p.m.