In addition to HonFest, Artscape and the Maryland Film Festival, Baltimore's summer festival season includes some smaller ethnic festivals. Celebrate the city's diversity, as you taste the food, hear the music and play the games of the many cultures that make up Baltimore's communities.
Here's the schedule for this year's ethnic festivals:
May 29-31 at Patterson Park
Admission: $2-$5, Kids under 12: Free with paying adult
St. Nicholas Greek Folk Festival
June 11-14 at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church
June 27-28 at Patterson Park
Admission: $5, Kids under 12: Free
African American Heritage Festival
July 3-5 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Caribbean Carnival Festival
July 10-12 at Druid Hill Park
PowWow Native American Festival
July 17-19 at Maryland State Fairgrounds
Admission: Adults: $6, Kids 6-12: $4; Kids 5 and under: Free
Aug. 1-2 in Poly/Western High School parking lot
Aug. 8-9 at Patterson Park
Admission: Donations welcome.
Sept. 12-13 at Patterson Park
Sept. 12 at War Memorial Plaza
Oct. 16-18 at Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church
Maryland Irish Festival
Nov. 13-15 at Maryland State Fairgrounds
Admission: Adults: $10; Seniors: $7; Ages 12-17: $5; Active military with ID: $5; Kids under 12: Free
*Baltimoresun.com intern Lauren Veneziani updated this article.
Ethnic festivals celebrate cultures of Baltimore communities
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