11 Festivals in July 2023
Travel Begins at 40 rounds up the best global festivals in July 2023 from Pennsylvania to South Korea, so wherever you are you can join in the celebrations.
Music Festivals in July
Kutztown Folk Festival, Pennsylvania, USA – July 1 – July 9
Llangollen Eisteddfod, Wales – July 4 – July 9
Cambridge Folk Festival – July 27 – July 30
WOMAD 2022: the World’s Music Festival – July 28 – July 31
Remaining true to its roots, the world music festival started by Peter Gabriel once more has a strong line up of musicians, poets and actors from around the globe.
Carnival in July
Rotterdam Carnival, Rotterdam Unlimited – July 25 – July 29
Rio and Notting Hill are not the only carnivals, head to the Netherlands second city for the Rotterdam Unlimited Carnival) this summer.
Cultural Festivals in July
Gentse Feesten (Ghent Festival) in Belgium – July 14- July 23
During the 10-day Gentse Feesten, the city of Ghent Belgium turns into one of Europe’s largest cultural open air festivals.
Boryeong Mud Festival 2022, South Korea – July 22 – August 6
Meanwhile in South Korea … Expect lots of mud as Boryeong beach gets transformed into a giant celebration of mud. Come prepared.
Ventnor Fringe, Isle of Wight – July 21 – July 30
July is a busy month on the Isle of Wight with the Mardi Gras and Cowes Week, but we highlight the award winning arts festival, Ventnor Fringe.
Beer Festivals in July
Ealing Beer Festival London – July 13 – July 16
Food Festivals in July
Lymington Seafood Festival, New Forest – July 14 – July 16
Rock Oyster Festival Cornwall – July 27 – July 29
Alternatively, the Rock Oyster Festival overlooking the Camel Estuary near Padstow, will see some of the UK’s leading food and music experts teaming up.
More Festivals in July 2023
For a full list of July festivals around the world, visit our Events and Festival page.
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