Montana Testicle Festivals
This page isn't devoted only to Montana Testicle Festivals.
It is about festivals for the whole family, all over the country.
In any case, though we have driven by these events in Montana,
and there are occasional stories in the papers, this is the one
time I can't give you a link to more information. It seems that
eaters of bull testicles don't spend much time making web pages.
I can tell you that in Clinton, Montana they fed over
2 1/2 tons of bull testicles to over 15,000 visitors in a recent
festival. They bill these events as family affairs, and there
must be more to do than practice for your chance on "Fear
Festivals That do not Involve Bull Testicles
Sedona International Film Festival
This is a four day festival in March, in Sedona Arizona, with
over 100 movies, documentaries, animated pieces and more.The
emphasis is on independent films. By the way, if you've never
been to Sedona, it is worth finding any reason to go. The red-rock
scenery is incredible. For more information, visit the official
website of the Sedona International Film Festival.
Telluride Bluegrass Festival
This has become a world event that takes place in June each
year, in Telluride, Colorado. It is limited to 10,000 people
daily, and sells out earlier each year. It is a four-day event.
This is also another one of those beautiful places worth going
to for any reason. The music is more than just bluegrass, as
you can see from the list below of some of the acts in the 2005
festival. For more information (and some bluegrass) visit the
Bluegrass Festival Website.
Alison Krauss and Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas
Béla Fleck with Stanley Clarke and Jean-Luc Ponty
David Bromberg and the Large Band
Earl Scruggs and Friends
John Butler Trio
Old Crow Medicine Show
Yonder Mountain String Band
The Burnett Family
Tanana Valley State Fair
Located in the heart of the interior of Alaska, this fair
has been around since 1924 making it the oldest in the state.
The 2004 annual fair featured livestock, games, rides, horse
shows, arts and crafts, competitive exhibits, quilt shows, giant
cabbages, contests, special events, stage entertainment, free
parking, more than 300 booths and fabulous food. Also there were
fireworks and live concerts. For more information, visit the
Valley State Fair Website.
Some Festivals In Michigan
National Cherry Festival : July, in Traverse City.
Mushroom Festival : May, in Mesick.
The Tulip Festival
: May, in Holland.
The Lone Pine Film Festival
Movies filmed in this part of California, include; Gunga Din,
How The West Was Won, Star Trek, Tremors, Springfield Rifle,
Joshua Tree, Gladiator, Maverick, and many more. John Wayne,
Gene Autry, Gary Cooper, Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum, William
Boyd, and dozens of other stars have all spent time in Lone Pine.
The television series filmed there include; The Lone Ranger,
Have A Gun, Bonanza, and Wagon Train. If you spend much time
in Lone Pine, you'll later find yourself saying "Hey I've
been there," when you are watching movies at home.
A total of over 200 movies, and numerous television series
have been filmed in and around the area. The Lone Pine Film Festival,
held in early October every year, features some of the classics,
as well as more recent films. For more information and the exact
dates of the festival, visit the Lone Pine Film Festival Website.
Whether it is Montana testicle festivals or ones with more
traditional foods, festivals are great vacation destinations
for the whole family. There are usually enough different events,
attractions and diversions to keep everyone happy. This page
suggests only a few to whet your appetite, but if you search
by state name and "festivals" on Google, you'll find
something going on wherever you are planning your vacation.
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