Check out the roundup below for some of our not-to-be-missed client events happening this fall!


Fall Into Savings – 4th Night Free: Wild Dunes Resort – September 1 – December 24

Visitors can enjoy Charleston this fall with a stay in one of Wild Dunes Resort’s vacation homes or condos. At Wild Dunes Resort, fall comes with gentle ocean breezes, warm sunshine and pleasant temperatures. Receive all the amenities of the resort but enjoy the privacy of your own home away from home. Guests who book between September 1 and December 24 get their 4th night free! Call 833.563.5014 or book online at



Opera in the Park: Norfolk, Virginia – September 7

Town Point Park in Norfolk, Virginia will host Opera in the Park featuring Opera ballads and Broadway melodies under the stars. Bring the entire family to this free event and be sure to bring a lawn chair, blanket and picnic basket. There will also be food and beverage vendors on site. For more information, visit


AQS Fall Paducah QuiltWeek Show: Paducah, KY – September 11-14

Paducah welcomes fiber artists from around the world to experience the American Quilter’s Society’s renowned Fall QuiltWeek Show. This event will feature more than 400 of the most exquisite quilts being created today, workshops with some of the best instructors in the world and a vendor mall with booths featuring the latest supplies and quilting products. For more information, visit


The Prince of Providence: Providence, Rhode Island – September 12 – October 20

Providence’s Trinity Rep theater company presents ‘The Prince of Providence.’ Based on the New York Times Bestseller of the same name, this show tells the story of Buddy Cianci, one of the most tragicomic figures in modern politics and the city he transformed. For more information, visit


Heaven Hill Farm’s Great Pumpkin Festival: Vernon, New Jersey – September 14 – November 3

This fall, Heaven Hill Farm will host the annual Great Pumpkin Festival in Vernon, New Jersey. Festival admission includes over 30 fun-filled family activities like pumpkin picking, hayrides, carnival rides, a corn maze and more. The event will take place every weekend between September 14 – November 3. For more information, visit


Bourbon and Beyond: Louisville, Kentucky – September 20–22

Over 45 bands will take the stage throughout this three-day festival in Louisville to celebrate the spirit and music culture of the Bluegrass State. Headliners include the Foo Fighters, Robert Plant, Zac Brown Band, ZZ Top and many more, but this festival goes beyond just music. A lineup of one of a kind experiences will take place throughout the weekend including the Unexpected Supper Club, featuring award-winning chef Edward Lee going out of his element to helm the pastry station, butcher babe Loreal Gavin trying out her pizzaiola skills and HiCotton Hospitality’s Andrew McCabe trading his pizza peel for a bamboo sushi rolling mat. For more information, visit



Reapers Revenge: Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania – September 20 – November 3

This haunted attraction is four haunts in one, combining a haunted hayride, dark forest walkthrough, pitch-black indoor walkthrough and zombie maze. This 60-acre scream park features more than 90 minutes of scare time! For more information and to purchase tickets, visit


17th Annual Alexandria King Street Art Festival: Alexandria, Virginia – September 21-22

As a city that is submerged in history, art and culture, Alexandria will host the King Street Art Festival this coming fall. The festival welcomes over 200 artists from all over the world to line the streets and sell their work to an audience looking for something one-of-a-kind. For more information, visit


Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta: Santa Fe, New Mexico – September 22-29

This jam-packed annual event boasts 90 national wineries as well as 75 of Santa Fe’s best restaurants. The five-day weekend brings attendees ample opportunities to enjoy food, observe cooking demos, attend wine seminars, as well as winery luncheons and dinners. To close the event, the Santa Fe Opera hosts a “Grand Tasting” where all participating restaurants and wineries serve samples of their best dishes and wine. Those under 21 will not be admitted to any of the events, including infants. For more information, visit


Inaugural AQS Charleston QuiltWeek Show: Charleston, South Carolina – September 25-27

The American Quilter’s Society will host its first QuiltWeek Show in Charleston, SC welcoming fiber artists from around the world. This event will feature workshops by renowned instructors, 530 fine art quilts on display, contests and a Merchant Mall. AQS Certified Quilt Appraisers will be on hand to appraise new and vintage quilts for insurance documentation or fair market values. For more information, visit Images:



Barbeque on the River: Paducah, Kentucky – September 26-28

Head to Paducah, KY for the 25th annual Barbeque on the River Festival. Every fall 40,000 people gather in Paducah on the banks of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers to enjoy great BBQ, lively entertainment, exquisite crafts, a charming downtown and a great time. More than 35 BBQ teams from Western Kentucky and beyond cook up over 80,000 pounds of pork and chicken in hopes of taking home the coveted Grand Champions trophy. This family-friendly event is the perfect time to enjoy the city’s picturesque autumn leaves and its idyllic riverside charm. For more information, visit


The Flamenco Arts Festival: Santa Barbara, California – September 26-29

As tribute to Spain’s art form and its influence on Santa Barbara, the city will host a variety of world-class performances and workshops to celebrate flamenco. Opening night will feature a concert with some of Spain’s most famous flamenco performers and there will be many activities and concerts to follow. For more information, visit


Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival Opening Night Gala: Sonoma County, California – September 27

Celebrate Sonoma Valley’s culture and strong sense of community, while sampling delicious food and wine and participating in a variety of activities. The festival begins with an Opening Gala, where participants can dance under the night sky, as they sample some of Sonoma County’s finest food and wine. For more information, visit


Louder Than Life: Louisville, Kentucky – September 27–29

Bringing rock and roll to the heart of Louisville with legends like Slipknot, Guns N’ Roses, Disturbed and Rob Zombie, Louder Than Life is turning up the volume on Louisville’s music scene. For budding musicians in the crowd, The Music Experience will be an interactive exhibit featuring guitars, basses, amps, drums, keyboards and electric gear to make everyone feel like a rock star – and maybe perform for one of their heroes! For more information, visit


California Brew and BBQ Festival: Santa Barbara, California – September 28

Taking place on the Santa Barbara waterfront, festival goers can enjoy samples from over 50 breweries, cideries and wineries. Doug Scheiding, recognized for his award-winning BBQ, will be judging Santa Barbara’s restaurants competing for the best BBQ. For more information, visit



Fall Wine Festival at Montage Mountain: Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania – September 28

Grab your corkscrews! The Fall Wine Festival at Montage Mountain is presented by Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar. Featuring 15 Pennsylvania wineries and offering over 100 samples, festival goers can imbibe in dry wine, sweet wine, sangria, wine slushies and everything in between. Food pairing tickets will also be available. The festival will feature live music and shopping all afternoon. For more information, visit


Kentucky’s Edge: Kentucky – October 4-5

This new festival will feature a campus of venues throughout both Newport and Covington, Kentucky and offer an immersive weekend of great music, bourbon, food, shopping and conversation. Highly anticipated as the next big bourbon event, this festival invites Cincinnati residents to cross the river for some homegrown Kentucky hospitality. For more information, visit


Panama City Beach Oktoberfest: Panama City Beach, Florida – October 4-6

Locals and visitors alike will raise a glass and don their lederhosen for this annual celebration of German heritage. Authentic German beer and brats are the star of the show, while this year’s festivities will feature stein hosting competitions, live music and plenty of activities for the kids. For more information, visit


Harvest Festival at Landmark Vineyards: Sonoma County, California – October 5

Hosted by Landmark Vineyards, this festival celebrates the bounty of harvest, while attendees enjoy live music, delicious BBQ, and Landmark Vineyard’s Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs. For more information, visit


Historical Attucks Jazz Club Hosts Fall Performances: Norfolk, Virginia – October 5 & November 2

Presented by the Virginia Arts Festival, the Attucks Jazz Club will be hosting some of the genre’s most talented performers this fall. The venue is nostalgically designed to bring attendees back to the 1920s when jazz was at its peak. The series is curated by pianist John Toomey, a legend among local jazz fans, whose namesake trio performs with the featured artist in each Attucks Jazz Club show. Attendees can enjoy performances by Mark Shim on tenor sax (October 5) and Bobby Watson on saxophone (November 2). For more information, visit Images:


Pirates of the High Seas Fest: Panama City Beach, Florida – October 11-13

Columbus Day weekend will bring a treasure trove of fun-filled adventures to Panama City Beach with the Pirates of the High Seas Fest. Taking place throughout the Grand Lagoon and in Pier Park, the festival will include an ensemble of parades and sword-swinging showdowns, a pirate invasion, a treasure drop and fireworks display. For more information, visit


Santa Barbara Harbor & Seafood Festival: Santa Barbara, California – October 12

Celebrating local fisheries, this festival pays tribute to the 100 fisherman and 10 million pounds of seafood that come into Santa Barbara’s working harbor each year. During this event, participants can enjoy delicious seafood, including fresh lobster and barbequed albacore. There will also be marine-related information and demonstrations. For more information, visit


UP200 Dryland Dash: Marquette, Michigan – October 12-13

It’s sled dog racing without the snow and cold! At the UP200 Dryland Dash, teams will race over two days on the Negaunee Park ski trail system. Different team sizes will use bicycles, scooters, wheeled rigs or run behind the dogs (canicross). The event is managed by the Wisconsin Trailblazers Sled Dog Club and the Upper Peninsula Sled Dog Association and it will also benefit the local UPAWS. For more information, visit


Lobster Festival & Tournament: Panama City Beach, Florida – October 14-20

This week-long celebration welcomes lobster lovers from near and far for the biggest lobster tournament and festival in the area. Attendees can expect live music, contests and lots of delicious Florida Lobster! Held at Schooners Last Local Beach Club, this event is a must for foodies of all ages! For more information, visit


Fresh Coast Film Festival: Marquette, Michigan – October 17-20

The Fresh Coast Film Festival is the first of its kind: a documentary film festival celebrating the outdoor lifestyle, water-rich environment and resilient spirit of the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest. The festival will gather the best in environmental and cultural filmmaking from around the world while creating a venue for, and building a culture of, Great Lakes storytelling. For more information, visit



Natchez Balloon Festival: Natchez, Mississippi – October 18-20

The 34th annual Natchez Balloon Festival and Balloon Race is returning to Mississippi this fall. Attendees will enjoy the Rosalie Mansion grounds, on-site attractions including a bier-garten, local vendors, carnival games and an NFL/NCAA tent. For more information, visit


Boo at the Zoo: Santa Barbara, California – October 18-20

This year’s Boo at the Zoo at the Santa Barbara Zoo will include trick-or-treating, haunted houses, scary stories and spooky train rides. There will be fun for the whole family at this three-night event. For more information, visit


Bonfire Festival at the Scranton Iron Furnaces: Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania – October 19

Warm up at the 9th annual Bonfire Festival at the historic Scranton Iron Furnaces this fall. Lackawanna County celebrates its rich cultural diversity, driven by the iron industry, while also diving into the history of Halloween in the Celtic culture. Enjoy live music, face painting, tarot card readings, live theater, food and drink and the ceremonial lighting of the bonfire as Lackawanna County celebrates fall in style. For more information, visit


Italian Festival: Landisville, New Jersey – October 19-20

This October, Bellview Winery in Landisville, New Jersey will celebrate Italian culture at the annual Italian Festival. Participants will experience traditional Italian music and delicious food and wine from numerous vendors. For more information, visit



Town Point Virginia Fall Wine Festival: Norfolk, Virginia – October 19-20

Showcasing more than 30 wineries with over 200 of the Commonwealth’s finest wine varieties, guests of the Town Point Virginia Fall Wine Festival will enjoy the company of friends and family along the Elizabeth River on the Downton Norfolk Waterfront during one of Hampton Roads’ most anticipated events of the fall season. Prospective sommeliers and everyday enthusiasts can sample and purchase wine and enjoy live musical performances, gourmet foods and specialty wares. For more information, visit


Thomas Jefferson, Architect: Palladian Models, Democratic Principles, and the Conflict of Ideals at the Chrysler Museum: Norfolk, Virginia – October 19, 2019 – January 19, 2020

Thomas Jefferson was the most important architectural thinker of the young American republic, conveying ideals of liberty and democracy in his designs. He was also a slave owner, and this new exhibition coordinated by the Chrysler Museum explores this divergence. Visitors will see models of both Jeffersonian designs and those that inspired him, most notably works by Andrea Palladio along with paintings, sketches, books and artifacts. The exhibition also includes a door and nails now credited to the enslaved craftsmen who made them. For more information, visit Images:



Naples Stone Crab Festival: Paradise Coast, Florida – October 26-28

A Naples tradition, the 9th annual Stone Crab Festival will take place this October as people from all over travel down south to enjoy a weekend of seafood and fun. In addition to all the great seafood available, there will be live entertainment from a host of local bands and groups, discounted cruises aboard the Naples Princess and even great prices at Extreme Rentals. The festival is a great opportunity for anyone looking to indulge in fresh seafood and entertainment. For more information, visit


18th Century Field Day: National Park, New Jersey – October 27

Taking place at the Red Bank Battlefield Park, festival attendees will learn why New Jersey is called “The Crossroads of the American Revolution.” There will be battle reenactments, colonial demonstrations, magic shows and a variety of local food vendors preparing fall-inspired cuisine. For more information, visit


Holiday Voyages with American Queen Steamboat Company – November-December

American Queen Steamboat Company has announced its 2019 holiday voyages that are now available for booking. With itineraries for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s aboard the American Queen and American Duchess, guests can experience time-honored Southern traditions along the Mississippi River. The Thanksgiving cruise runs from Memphis to New Orleans on November 24-December 2, Plantation Holiday Market runs between Memphis to New Orleans December 8-16 and December 15-23 and American Music Holiday cruise runs between Memphis and Clarksville December 1-9 and December 8-16, and from Memphis to New Orleans December 15-23. For more information, visit


IRONMAN Florida: Panama City Beach, Florida – November 2

What began as a challenge between groups of Navy SEALS has become one of the most recognized endurance events in the world. IRONMAN is a statement of excellence, passion and commitment that is a true test of mental and physical toughness. Panama City Beach will once again host IRONMAN Florida this fall, as the destination has proven to have the best combination of temperature and terrain for this competition. For more information, visit


Wine and Food Affair: Sonoma County, California – November 2-3

Taking place in the Dry Creek, Alexander and Russian River Valleys in Northern Sonoma, the Wine and Food Affair will be filled with wine, food and beautiful scenery. Participating vineyards will have food samples and will post the corresponding recipes online. For more information, visit



New Haven Fall Restaurant Week: New Haven, Connecticut – November 3-8

Presented by Info New Haven, New Haven Restaurant Week will feature many of downtown’s award-winning and internationally diverse restaurants, each featuring lunch and dinner fixed price multi-course menus. For more information, visit


Emerald Coast Cruzin’: Panama City Beach, Florida – November 6-9

The bi-annual car show at Aaron Bessant Park is perfect for families and features thousands of hot rods and classic cars. Events include a swap meet, parade, cruiz-ins, block party and more. Live music will also be provided during the event. For more information, visit


St. Barth 6th Annual Gourmet Festival – November 6-10

This international culinary festival hosts eight of the world’s leading chefs in French gastronomy to showcase their signature styles and celebrate the long-standing tradition of culinary excellence on the island. During the festival, these acclaimed masters will partner with some of St. Bart’s most talented chefs to present one-of-a-kind multicourse tasting menus, in addition to participating in mixology and pastry competitions. Now one of the leading international culinary events, the sixth annual St. Bart’s Gourmet Festival will continue to enhance the reputation of St. Barts as a unique and exclusive destination. For more information, visit


10th Annual Santa Barbara Chowder Fest – November 9

Over the years, the annual Chowder Fest has gotten more and more popular amongst the Santa Barbara community. All are welcome to come down and compete for the best chowder in Santa Barbara. There will also be a silent auction and live music for attendees to enjoy. For more information, visit


Opening: Oetker Collection’s Eden Rock – St. Barths – November 20

Eden Rock – St. Barths is reopening after a two-year renovation from the damage done by Hurricane Irma in 2017. With a spectacular location in St. Jean Bay, Eden Rock has been recognized for its history, family atmosphere, luxury villas and original art. Enjoy a drink at the new Remy Bar, which will open within the Sand Bar Restaurant. After long days under the Caribbean sun, relax and revitalize in the new Eden Spa with a range of Ligne St. Barth treatments uniquely using natural and sundrenched products. For more information, visit


Beach Home for the Holidays: Panama City Beach, Florida – November 22-23

Kick-off the most wonderful time of the year with free holiday concerts at Aaron Bessant Park Amphitheater in Panama City Beach. This event has become a tradition for the family, by offering free seasonal-themed events like campfires, s’mores, meetings with Santa, a Christmas tree-lighting celebration and more. For more information, visit


Battle for Atlantis: Nassau Paradise Island – November 27-29

The ninth annual Battle for Atlantis, a tournament for elite college basketball players, will take place this fall. Known as the Bad Boy Mowers Battle 4 Atlantis, this 12-game, three-day tournament is one of the most challenging early-season tournaments. For more information and a list of the teams playing in 2019, visit


Palm Beach Prelude: The Palm Beaches, FL – November 29 – December 1

Massive outdoor murals, exhibition openings, festivals, special events and more await art lovers this year at Palm Beach Prelude. This annual event allows travelers attending Art Basel Miami to extend their trip and have an art-filled adventure in Florida’s Cultural Capital®.  For more information visit,



Nights of a Thousand Candles: Brookgreen Gardens – December 5-7, 12-14, 19-21

Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina’s premier botanical garden, will host Nights of a Thousand Candles this December. This annual holiday light display features over 2,700 hand-lit candles and countless sparkling lights set among the sculptures, trees and flowers of Brookgreen Gardens’ premier sculpture and botanical gardens. This event is held Thursdays – Sundays from December 5-21. For more information, visit


Panama City Beach Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K – December 7

Hosted by the Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce, guests can run through paradise and alongside award-winning beaches in the annual Marathon, Half Marathon and 5K. The 26.2-mile race attracts thousands of both residents and visitors to the destination year after year. For more information, visit


Fete de L’Escalade Festival: Geneva, Switzerland – December 13-15

The Escalade is one of Geneva’s oldest traditional celebrations that occurs every December to commemorate Geneva’s victory against the Duke of Savoy’s troops in 1602. Enjoy the parade as people roam Geneva’s Old Town on foot or horseback dressed in costumes. Keep warm beside a bonfire while enjoying the traditional chocolate cauldron. For more information visit


Turtle Watching Season: Oetker Collection’s Jumby Bay Island – Until November

Jumby Bay Island is home to the Jumby Bay Hawksbill Turtle Project. This preservation program focuses on the scientific study of the endangered Hawksbill Turtle and works to ensure their survival and recovery. The beaches of Jumby Bay have long been a haven for nesting Hawksbills who seek isolation on this secluded, private island. From June to November, the Jumby Bay Hawksbill Turtle Project monitors nesting activities on Pasture Bay Beach – the most sheltered, undeveloped beach on Jumby Bay – as well as smaller, adjacent beaches on the island. This unique opportunity allows families to join in on the island’s conservation efforts. Under the supervision of specialist researchers, young guests can view a turtle nesting on Pasture Bay Beach and participate in the release of hatchings into the sea.