Pack away your winter gear and plan a spring getaway! Check out the roundup below of some of our not-to-be-missed client events this spring.


The Grand Opening of Kimpton Key West: Key West, FL – March 2020

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants will open their newest hotel collection in Key West, Florida this March. Kimpton Key West will be the sixth property in the Sunshine State and Kimpton’s first in the Florida Keys. The collection will be comprised of five separate hotels located in the historic district, each offering its own distinct story and stay experience, blending timeless architecture with an eclectic, bohemian style only found in Key West. For more information, visit


Cliffside Igloo Rentals by Cliff House Maine: Cape Neddick, ME – March 2020

Cliff House Maine and Nubb’s Lobster Shack are offering a delicious and fun seaside escape this March. Two Igloos overlooking the Maine coast are available for rent and include a deliciously curated menu. Cliffside Igloos are available for reservations from 3-5 p.m. or 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays throughout March. For more information, visit


Kids Free Spring Break: Santa Fe, NM – March 1-April 15

This year, TOURISM Santa Fe and Santa Fe travel partners have joined forces for the fifth annual Kids Free Spring Break 2020 city-wide initiative. During this time, kids age 12 and under receive complimentary lodging, meals and numerous culturally immersive activities while experiencing Santa Fe’s diverse family offerings. Families and children will have various options to take advantage of, including but not limited to, off-road Jeep tours, skateboarding lessons, art classes and even museum tours. For more information, visit


The Lanesborough x Peggy Porschen Afternoon Tea: London, England – March 3-June 2

The Lanesborough Hotel, London, is delighted to launch an exclusive new afternoon tea experience with world-famous bakery Peggy Porschen. Combining one of London’s most beautiful afternoon tea settings, under the naturally illuminated domed glass roof of Michelin-starred Céleste, with the fairy tale pink aesthetics of Peggy Porschen, guests can expect a spring-time immersion into a celebration of beautiful floral features, pastel-hues and exquisite tastes. For more information, visit


The Santa Barbara Culinary Experience: Santa Barbara, CA – March 13-15

The Santa Barbara Culinary Experience (SBCE) is a world-class three-day event celebrated throughout greater Santa Barbara. Immersed in the American Riviera and showcasing a taste of Santa Barbara by bringing together local and national talent in the spirit of Julia Child, the public will enjoy Santa Barbara—Julia’s final home—with its dynamic food and wine scene. In partnership with The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts, participating restaurants, bars and hotels across the city and waterfront will offer their inspired spin on classic Julia Child dishes, signature Julia and Paul Child cocktails, educational programming, memorable stays, tours, talks and other creative programming, all to benefit The Julia Child Foundation. For more information, visit


Scranton St. Patrick’s Parade: Lackawanna County, PA – March 14

Lackawanna County’s largest annual celebration, the Scranton St. Patrick’s Parade will include 12,000 participants, including Irish groups, bagpipers, high school and string bands, elaborate floats, Irish dancers and more. Since 1962 the St. Patrick’s Parade Day Association of Lackawanna County has conducted this nationally acclaimed parade the weekend before St. Patrick’s Day. “Parade Day” as it’s known locally, is one of the largest St. Patrick’s parades in the country, regularly attracting 150,000 spectators. For more information, visit


St. Barts Bucket Regatta: St. Barts – March 19-22

The world’s most spectacular superyachts will gather in St. Barts for this annual, invitational regatta. While the horizon fills with the sails of over 40 sailboats, the island will fill with fans, crews and curious spectators for a full weekend of social events concentrated in Gustavia, the island’s largest town. For more information, visit


UNwineD: Panama City Beach, FL – March 20-21

This award-winning event will return to Aaron Bessant Park for its fourth year, featuring craft beer, spirits and wine from around the world, culinary creations by the region’s leading chefs and a Southern garden party presented by Southern Living. Guests can raise a glass at the Friday Night Kickoff Party, a time to mix and mingle with some of the South’s most elite chefs, mixologists and tastemakers. The celebration continues Saturday with the Grand Afternoon Tasting & Cocktail Competition followed by a live concert with headliner Death Cab for Cutie and indie-rock band JOYWAVE. For more information, visit


First and Second Round of the NCAA March Madness Tournament: Sacramento, CA – March 20 & 22

The Road to the Final Four® will stop in Sacramento at the Golden 1 Center as Sacramento State University will host the first and second rounds of the NCAA March Madness Tournament. Guests can purchase individual tickets or an all-session pass to experience all six games across the two full days. This is the first time the tournament will return to Sacramento in 13 years. For more information, visit


The 25th Annual NH Maple Weekend: New Hampshire – March 21-22

From interactive tours to tastings at more than 50 sugarhouses across the state, NH Maple Weekend provides travelers with just one more reason to visit the state this spring. While sap is harvested throughout the state during Maple Month, the Granite State’s White Mountains region is a particularly robust area for syrup production and offers a variety of interactive experiences for travelers. For more information, visit


Zelda: Montgomery, AL – March 24-May 31

This exhibition at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts will feature oil paintings made by Zelda Fitzgerald in Montgomery at the end of her life and examples of her watercolor paper dolls. The works are part of the museum’s permanent collection and among those given to the museum in 1986 by Scottie Fitzgerald Smith, daughter of Zelda and F. Scott. For more information, visit


Downtown Lancaster AQS QuiltWeek Show: Lancaster, PA – March 25-28

Over 15,000 quilters will be heading to downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania for the annual American Quilter’s Society QuiltWeek Show to see some of the best quilting and textile artistry that the country has to offer. In addition to there being nearly 500 quilts on display, this year’s event includes workshops by renowned instructors, contests and a Merchant Mall. The show brings creativity, passion and a new definition of quilt art to Lancaster. For more information, visit


The Superyacht Show: Palm Beach, FL – March 25-29

The Superyacht Show, in cooperation with the Superyacht Builders Association (SYBAss) and the Superyacht Life Foundation, will offer buyers and charterers, as well as their brokers and representatives, the opportunity to step on board some of the finest superyachts in the world. Complementing the on-water display will be a hand-picked selection of new designs and innovations presented by some of the leading international shipyards. Burgess Yachts will be in attendance and has thus far confirmed HASNA for their exclusive lineup at this inaugural show. For more information, visit


California Artisan Cheese Festival: Santa Rosa, CA – March 27-29

This weekend long celebration will bring together a lively and friendly group of experts and presenters from the wonderful world of artisan cheese. The festival promotes a broad awareness of the artisan cheesemaking community, inviting guests to meet cheesemakers and taste their creations at the 14th Annual California Artisan Cheese Festival. Festivities include chef demos, seminars, farm tours, the Grand Tasting and the Tasting and Marketplace. Tickets range from $25 to $150. For more information, visit


Cherry Blossom Jubilee: Alexandria, VA – March 28

Alexandria’s Torpedo Factory Art Center will host a satellite celebration for the National Cherry Blossom Festival. Guests will enjoy a lively afternoon of hands-on activities, performances and chances to shop the art center’s works of art. The event is free. For more information, visit


Montgomery Beer Ballot: Montgomery, AL – March 28

This inaugural beer festival will feature breweries from across Alabama. Held at Montgomery Union Station, the Montgomery Beer Ballot will feature Back Forty Beer Company, Black Warrior Brewing Company, Cahaba Brewing Co and more. For more information, visit


New Haven Restaurant Week: New Haven, CT – March 29-April 3

Info New Haven is proud to present New Haven Spring Restaurant Week. The event will feature many of downtown New Haven’s award-winning and internationally diverse restaurants, each featuring lunch and dinner fixed price multi-course menus. For more information, visit


150th Anniversary of Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc: Côte d’Azur, France – April 17

The legendary Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc will celebrate its 150th anniversary with its season reopening on April 17. Located in the heart of the Côte d’Azur, the Oetker Collection property will be honoring this momentous occasion with an exclusive gala to recount their storied history of the last century with “Les Années folles,” their partnership with the Cannes Film Festival since 1946 and more. Further, the hotel will be welcoming Chef Eric Frechon from sister property, Le Bristol Paris, as a consultant joining Executive Chef Arnaud Poette in presenting a new dimension to the culinary experience offered onsite. For more information, visit


Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald’s 100th Marriage Anniversary Open House: Montgomery, AL – April 3

The only Fitzgerald museum in the world, housed in the former home of the literary couple, is commemorating the 100th wedding anniversary of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald with an open house for visitors from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, visit


Angry Bear Festival: Marquette, MI – April 4

Each April, as the frozen grounds of Lake Superior’s shore attempt to  thaw, the Festival of the Angry Bear comes out of hibernation and takes over Spring Street in downtown Marquette. Modeled after some of the great beer festivals of Europe, this event is a showcase of barrel-aged beer, live music and delicious food. For more information, visit


Bruce Munro at Brookgreen: Southern Light, Murrells Inlet, SC – April 8-September 12

Brookgreen Gardens will host internationally recognized light artist Bruce Munro for Bruce Munro at Brookgreen: Southern Light. Known for his large, immersive displays of thousands of lights, Bruce Munro continually draws people in with his dazzling displays. The exhibit at Brookgreen will consist of seven works of art in light and mixed media, each designed specifically for the natural garden spaces where they will be installed. Brookgreen’s exhibit will be the only opportunity to see Munro’s work in the southeastern United States in 2020. Tickets are $25 for non-members. For more information, visit


Golden Egg Hunt: Wild Dunes Resort, Isle of Palms, SC – April 11

Kids can hunt for golden Easter eggs hidden around Wild Dunes Resort this spring. The hunt will last until all eggs are redeemed. For more information, visit


Fifth Avenue’s Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival: New York, NY – April 12

Fifth Avenue’s Easter Parade is always a spectacle as New Yorkers and visitors alike come to the avenue to show off their very best bonnets. The parade commences at 10 a.m. and lasts until 4 p.m. Marching along the avenue from 49th Street to 57th Street, this New York City tradition lives on but with a twist this year. The Fifth Avenue Association will bring a red carpet to the scene for all to strut and show off their bonnets! For more information, visit


Les Voiles de St. Barts Richard Mille: St. Barts – April 12-18

Five days of challenging coastal courses draw expert sailors from around the world to St. Barts. More than just a competitive regatta, Les Voiles de St. Barts Richard Mille is known for its central Race Village, where competitors gather for morning coffee and evening concerts, and the legendary mid-regatta “Day Off” crew party at Nikki Beach. Fair winds, following seas and warm hospitality make this one of the most anticipated Caribbean regattas of the year. For more information, visit


Annual Earth Day Festival: Naples, FL – April 18

This April, the Conservancy of Southwest Florida will be holding its Annual Earth Day Festival. Visitors are invited to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day with live animal shows, food vendors, educational programs, games and various exhibitors throughout the Conservancy. A great opportunity for children to get out and see many different Florida species, the Earth Day Festival is the biggest community celebration of the year. For more information, visit


Alabama Book Festival: Montgomery, AL – April 18

The Alabama Book Festival is an annual event to promote literacy around the state and celebrate local authors. Hundreds of people will gather in Old Alabama Town for author readings, book signings, writing workshops and more. For more information, visit


Beyond the Horizon Air and Space Show: Montgomery, AL – April 18-19

Big planes, small planes, twisty twirly planes, planes with sharp teeth, planes that leave colorful designs in the clouds and the well-known Thunderbirds are all coming to Montgomery’s Maxwell Air Force Base. Guests will have the opportunity to explore the static displays up close, watch these giant metal birds fly through the sky, learn about “Made in Alabama” aviation technology and more. For more information, visit


Kool April Nites: Redding, CA – April 18-26

Kool April Nites is one of Redding’s most anticipated annual events celebrating local businesses and Redding’s history through a classic-car show, food, drink and music. The week kicks off with Show and Shines throughout the city leading up to Friday’s Cruise Nite, followed by more shows throughout the weekend. Cruise Nite begins at 6:30 p.m. with a spectacular parade of cars from all eras. The grand finale of Kool April Nites is Sunday’s “Big Show.” The day begins with an opening ceremony, followed by an opportunity to sell or buy classic cars and an awards presentation. Kool April Nites events are all free and open to the public.  For more information, visit


Kentucky Derby Festival: Louisville, KY – April 18-May 2

The most-exciting two minutes in sports is celebrated for a full month leading up to the starting gate. Festivities officially kick off with Thunder over Louisville, one of the nation’s top firework shows, and the rest of April is packed with can’t-miss events such as the BB&T Great Balloon Fest, the PNC Tour de Lou bike race, the Great Steamboat Race and the Pegasus Parade. The Kentucky Derby Festival includes both free and ticketed events. For more information, visit


New Haven Cherry Blossom Festival: New Haven, CT – April 19

Now in its 47th year, this event celebrates the annual blooming of Wooster Square’s Cherry Yoshino Japanese Cherry Blossom. The festival will feature live music, great food and activities for all ages. The first festival was held in 1973 to commemorate the planting of the trees and has grown over the years, drawing over 10,000 visitors annually. For more information, visit


AQS Spring QuiltWeek Show Paducah: Paducah, KY – April 22-25

The American Quilter’s Society’s Spring QuiltWeek will return to Paducah for the 36th year. Over 400 quilters will be competing for $126,000 in cash awards. Special exhibitions on display include AQS 2020 Focus on Flowers, The Stonehenge Traveling Quilt Show, Silk Route: Claudia Pfeil’s Journey in Silk Quilts and The Bob Ross Cherrywood Challenge. Also during QuiltWeek the second Paducah quilt mural, depicting Melinda Bula’s quilt “…And the Flag Was Still There,” will be revealed on the flood wall by the Carroll Convention Center. For more information, visit


Seabreeze Jazz Festival: Panama City Beach, FL – April 22-26

Named a “Top 10 Jazz Festival in the USA” by JazzIZ Magazine and nominated as “Best Jazz Festival” at the Oasis Smooth Jazz Awards, the Seabreeze Jazz Festival combines top national smooth jazz artists for a full weekend of fun, sun, great beaches and good times. The 22nd annual event is held in the Pier Park Amphitheater, featuring internationally known acts as well as local performers. For more information, visit


Dinner on Dexter: Montgomery, AL – April 23

Enjoy an evening of music, food and entertainment on Montgomery’s historic Dexter Avenue, to support the Montgomery City-County Public Library. The evening kicks off with a cocktail hour, music and delectable hors d’oeuvres, followed by a special multi-course meal prepared by top local chefs. For more information, visit


SandJam Music Festival: Panama City Beach, FL – April 24-26

Panama City Beach’s third annual alternative rock music festival will be set on the beautiful sugar white sand beaches of Panama City Beach, providing a picturesque backdrop for this spring’s biggest festival. Music lovers of all ages are invited to make long lasting memories at SandJam Music Festival, presented by Pepsi. For more information and this year’s full lineup, visit


Rock to Rock 2020: New Haven, CT – April 25

Rock to Rock is New Haven’s biggest Earth Day celebration, allowing participants to explore the Elm City on bike while raising money for the planet. A thousand riders will travel from West Rock and East Rock, with celebrations on both sides of the city plus great food and music along the way. For more information, visit


Spring Gala: This Side of Paradise: Montgomery, AL – April 25

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the publication of “This Side of Paradise,” F. Scott Fitzgerald’s first novel, The Fitzgerald Museum is hosting the 31st Spring Gala. General tickets and sponsorship packages are both available for this celebratory event. For more information, visit



Watches & Wonders: Geneva, Switzerland – April 25-29

Commonly referred to as the watchmaking capital of the world, Geneva will host the 30th edition of Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH), the trade show for top journalists and collectors in the watch industry. Watches & Wonders will consist of two parts, the “Salon” and “In the City.” The exclusive “Salon” is the place for professionals, media and special guests of the exhibiting maisons to delve into workshops and panel discussions while “In the City” transforms the center of Geneva into a week-long discovery of activations in watchmaking boutiques and private venues – The Patek Philippe Museum being one of them. Between shows and activations, visitors can take a boat cruise around the lake for lunch or wander Rue du Rhone and its many luxury shops. For more information, visit


St. Barts Film Festival: St. Barts – April 28-May 3

The 24th annual St. Barts Film Festival showcases the astounding talent of the area with screenings, debates, lectures and meet-and-greets with notable producers, actors and directors. For more information, please visit:


Thunder Beach Spring Motorcycle Rally: Panama City Beach, FL – April 29-May 3

The most biker-friendly rally in the country, Thunder Beach Spring Motorcycle Rally will feature 200 vendors and exhibitors, a bike parade, beauty pageants, poker runs, live music, motorcycle stunt shows, tattoo contests, bike shows with category judging and much more. Events will take place at multiple venues throughout the Panama City Beach area. For more information, visit


The Virginia International Tattoo: Norfolk, VA – April 30-May 3

The largest spectacle of music and might in the country, the Virginia International Tattoo offers an astounding display of inspirational military music, majestic massed pipes and drums, show stopping drill team maneuvers, colorful and elegant dancers and much more. This year’s theme is “Stories of the Greatest Generation: 75 Years Since the End of World War II.” This year’s lineup features performances from Australia, Canada, Latvia, Switzerland, United Kingdom and the United States. Tickets start at $10. For more information, visit


Fifth Avenue Blooms!: New York, NY – May 1-16

Fifth Avenue Association will entice visitors and draw crowds with the creation of a public, site-specific, large-scale flower installations along Fifth Avenue this May. In collaboration with floral designers and talent such as the globally celebrated Preston Bailey, the association will offer an immersive backdrop that will become the season’s “must see” public art installation. For more information, visit


EatDrinkRI: Providence, RI – May 6-9

Showcasing the best of the ever-expanding Rhode Island culinary scene, the Eat Drink RI Festival is a four-day, all-local food festival held throughout downtown Providence. The festival showcases the best of the culinary world in Rhode Island, presenting farmers, chefs, bartenders and food and drink artisans from across the state. For more information, visit


Emotional Fitness Retreat at Red Mountain Resort: St. George, UT – May 6-10

Red Mountain Resort, a premier adventure and wellness destination in southern Utah, is hosting a special Emotional Fitness Retreat led by energy healing expert Andrea Becky Hanson. This five-day, four-night retreat encourages guests to resolve their deepest emotional blocks through private and group healing workshops, a fire ceremony, outdoor journaling, yoga and meditation and more. Guests will leave with a newfound understanding of their life’s purpose, their heart’s deepest desires and strategies to live a more compassionate, confident lifestyle. Retreat pricing starts at $2,325 per person. For more information, visit


International Bar-B-Q Festival: Owensboro, KY – May 8-9

The world’s foremost pitmasters turn out for the International Bar-B-Q Festival, now in its 42nd year. Visitors and local alike attend the festival to enjoy four stages of live music, all the BBQ one can eat and the exhilarating team competition for the ‘best secret recipes.’ The winner is awarded the Governor’s Cup for best overall Bar-B-Q cooking team. Festival attendees can enjoy free entertainment while sampling burgoo and bar-b-q sandwiches before buying their favorite mutton, pork and chicken by the pound. For more information, visit


Visit Panama City Beach 70.3 Gulf Coast: Panama City Beach, FL – May 9

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 has proven to have the best combination of temperature and terrain for this competition, making the Florida edition of the challenge one of the most popular races on the circuit. For more information, visit


Florida Beach Jam: Panama City Beach, FL – May 13-16

Thousands of jeep owners and enthusiasts will gather in Panama City Beach for the fifth annual Jeep Beach Jam. This five-day family event, organized by the JBJ Productions, Inc. team will be filled with many fun-in-the-sun activities including concerts, scavenger hunts, off-road excursions, bonfires and more. Events will take place at many locations throughout the city. For more information, visit


Lower Town Arts & Music Festival: Paducah, KY – May 15-16

The Lower Town Arts & Music Festival is a two-day celebration of art, music, food, beer and wine from Paducah and the surrounding region. The event will also feature acclaimed headlining musical acts, to be announced. The growing festival takes place in the historic Lower Town Arts District close to downtown Paducah. This event is fun for all ages. The event is free. For more information, visit


Fred Wilson: Afro Kismet at The Gibbes Museum of Art: Charleston, SC – May 15-October 4

Fred Wilson: Afro Kismet, will be on display at the Gibbes Museum of Art in partnership with Spoleto Festival, USA, and features the internationally acclaimed artist’s most recent body of work originally produced for the 15th Istanbul Biennial. Fred Wilson challenges assumptions of history, culture, race and conventions of display. By reframing objects and cultural symbols, he alters traditional interpretations, encouraging viewers to reconsider social and historical narratives. In Afro Kismet, Wilson investigates the long-ignored presence of communities of African descent from the time of the Ottoman Empire to the Republic of Turkey. Tickets are $12 for non-members. For more information, visit


Caves Ouvertes: Geneva, Switzerland – May 16

On Open Cellar Day, vineyards and estates alike open their doors to have their wines sampled by the public. This special opportunity to explore Geneva’s vineyards and regional wines only comes once a year. Guests will also enjoy the live music and soak up the atmosphere of the beautiful rolling hills just above Lake Geneva. This event is free. For more information, visit


American River BBQ Challenge Cruise on the American Countess – May 24-31

American Queen Steamboat Company, an industry leader in American river cruises, will elevate its programming with brand new special interest sailings in 2020. On board the brand new steamboat paddlewheeler American Countess, the best of the best in the barbeque business will create unique experiences in each port between Memphis, Tenn. And Alton (St. Louis), Ill. Guests will indulge in each authentic, local culinary craft, and then rate each contestant – including the AQSC culinary team. At the conclusion of each journey, the winner will be announced, as chosen by guests. For more information, visit


Styleweek Northeast: Providence, RI – May 27-30

Some of the hottest designers and names in fashion will come together for the 10th anniversary season of Styleweek Northeast. This event has quickly turned into one of the Northeast’s premiere fashion weeks showcasing emerging designers and connecting them with the community, buyers and press, while providing a professional trade setting. For more information, visit


The Grand Opening of The Margaritaville Beach Resort: Nassau Paradise Island – June 2020

The Margaritaville Beach Resort is coming to The Pointe in Nassau. Amongst its seven-acre establishment, this new and highly anticipated 284 room resort will feature an open-air shopping concourse, a movie theater, bowling alley, cascading water pool, a spa and private beach. There will be 11 food and beverage outlets, ranging from casual, toes-in-the-sand spots, to fine dining. Live entertainment will play a prominent role throughout the resort and they will also have thousands of feet of meeting space, as well as a large ballroom. The resort is located just 20 minutes from the airport and within walking distance of downtown Nassau, home to many bars, restaurants and much more. For more information, visit


Garden of the Gods Resort and Club Junior Golf Academy: Colorado Springs, CO – June 5-7

Garden of the Gods Resort and Club’s 27-hole championship Kissing Camels Golf Course provides a scenic background for junior golfers. The resort and course will welcome junior golfers to experience a three-day program of instruction from PGA professionals comprised of skill assessments, practice sessions and a nine-hole event. $175 per junior golfer. Must be a resort guest. For more information, visit


PVDFest: Providence, RI – June 11-14

For the sixth year in a row, experience live music, dance, food and visual art installations as PVDFest transforms public spaces, parks and outdoor stages into festival grounds. PVDFest is a free outdoor party that inspires the soul, fires the spirit and has thousands dancing in the streets. Produced by the City of Providence with founding partner First Works, this celebration has become a signature, much-anticipated celebration for residents and visitors alike. For more information visit


Beer Cheese Festival: Winchester, KY – June 13

Winchester’s annual Beer Cheese Festival welcomes cheese lovers from near and far to sample an array of beer cheese from around the county and enjoy other festival activities such as live music, a beer garden and arts and crafts. Beer Cheese dates back to the 1930s when local chef Joe Allman created the slightly salty, perfectly spicy spread that can now be found from Kentucky to California. The event is free to attend, and guests may purchase “Beer Cheese Bucks” to use when purchasing tastes of various beer cheeses. For more information, visit


International Festival of Arts and Ideas: New Haven, CT – June 13-27

One of the region’s most anticipated cultural events, the International Festival of Arts and Ideas showcases stunning music, dance and theater performances, emergent thinkers and a diverse display of cultural and arts programs from around the world. This festival has been a long-standing tradition within the New Haven community and continues to draw an audience of thousands every year. For more information, visit


The Grand Opening of The Harriet Tubman Museum: Cape May, NJ – June 19

Honoring an American abolitionist and key figure in the Underground Railroad, The Harriet Tubman Museum will open June 19th to coincide with Juneteenth, which celebrates the 1865 executive decree that freed more than 250,000 enslaved African Americans in Texas. The museum will display artifacts related to the pioneering freedom fighter along with African American art. For more information, visit


Blues, Brews and BBQ Festival: Louisville, KY – June 19-20

Kentucky has officially named 2020 the Year of Music, making the Blues, Brews and BBQ Festival the perfect way to usher in the summer. Presented by Four Roses Bourbon, festival goers will be immersed in a soul-satisfying haze of New Orleans and Memphis-style blues and pit barbecue smoke. Overlooking the Ohio River at the Louisville Water Town Park, this event is fun for all ages with countless barbecue and other local restaurants offering samples and specialties, kids’ play areas, a varied lineup of bands and more. For more information or to buy tickets, visit:


The Kimberly Hotel: New York, NY – All 2020

The Kimberly Hotel in New York City is offering guests the deal of the decade to celebrate the 2020’s with their Roaring 20’s Package. Guests who book at The Kimberly will have the option to book two nights in their top executive suite at a $2,020 rate, which will include round trip airport transfers, dinner at their Bistango restaurant, breakfast at their Upstairs rooftop lounge and more. Guests are invited to experience the charm and luxurious comfort of The Kimberly with the best deal in town. For more information, visit