The calendar of events on this website is a sampling of the events across our great state. For a full list of events from around the state, Go to VisitMississippi.org or download our app. Search mississippi tour guide in the app store or google play.
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Mississippi Blues Marathon
You've never had more fun with the blues! For professionals and first-time racers, this event offers a marathon, half-marathon, relay and kids' one-mile marathon.
January 26 - 28 | Clarksdale
Clarksdale Film Festival
Southern and blues music films with special guests and live blues music.
January 28 | Biloxi
7th Annual Top of the Hops Beer Festival
Receive a commemorative sampling mug and access to two-ounce samplings of more than 150 world-class craft beers in multiple beer gardens.
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February TBD | Jackson
Dixie National Livestock show & Rodeo
This three-week event features horse shows, the largest livestock show east of the Mississippi River, the second largest PRCA Rodeo, a junior livestock show, a Western festival, trade shows and more.
February 15 - 19 | Oxford
Oxford Film Fest
This annual four-day festival attracts quality films, both short and feature-length, and highlights the talent of young, local and national film makers.
February 24 | Ocean Springs
Ocean Springs Night Parade
As part of Mardi Gras season, Ocean Springs hosts a night parade with floats, music and more.
February 25 | D'Iberville
11th Annual D'Iberville BBQ Throwdown & Festival
Annual barbecue cook-off with teams competing for more than $5,000 in cash and prizes. Live entertain- ment, arts & crafts, children's activities and games.
February 25 | Meridian
Meridian Mardi Gras
Bringing New Orleans to Meridian, this family- friendly event features king cakes, gumbo, parades and a sanctioned barbecue cook-off.
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Hal's St. Paddy's Parade & Festival
A fun-loving, Irish-inspired celebration including parties, runs, concerts, children's activities and a major parade.
March TBD | Starkville
Celebrate the various cultures represented in Starkville's diverse community. Taste the food, join the dancing and be a part of this world party.
March 1 | Moss Point
9th Annual Taste of Jackson County Gala
Taste what Jackson County has to offer; local restaurants, venues and live music.
March 4 | Long Beach
5th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Festival & Parade
This annual celebration features bagpipes, Irish dancers, Irish music, arts & crafts vendors, food vendors, games and activities for the children.
March 4 | Vicksburg
Run Thru History
Celebrating its 38th year, the 10K road race is held every year, rain or shine, on the first Saturday in March. Also features a one-mile fun run and a 5K walk.
March 11 | Waveland
8th Annual Souper Mud Fest in Old Town
Old Town merchants hold an open house, sell bowls created by local potters, then fill them with soup at participating merchants as you shop.
March 17 - 18 | Wiggins
Pine Hill Festival
Blaylock Park fills with more than 100 vendors, including artisans, specialty foods and entertainment.
March 24 - 25 | Ocean Springs
Spring Arts Festival Herb,
Garden & Art
More than 100 arts, crafts and food vendors will set up downtown. Cooking demonstrations, entertaining lectures and more.
March 24 - 25 | Jackson
Zippity Doo Dah Parade & Festival
Festival featuring famous author and boss Queen Jill Conner Browne, her court of comely Queens and Wannabee chapters from the entire world. Proceeds go to the Batson Children’s Hospital.
March 25 | Greenwood
Viking Half Marathon
Located in the heart of the Mississippi Delta, this half marathon and 5K promises Southern charm, fast times and an unbelievable race experience.
March 29 - 31 | Oxford
Oxford Conference for the Book
In its 24th year, this conference brings together writers, artists, journalists, poets, publishers, teachers, students and literacy advocates for three days of conversation in this literary town.
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April 1 | Hattiesburg
33rd Annual HUBFEST
This event takes over downtown with live music on multiple stages, arts & crafts booths and more.
April 1 | Ridgeland
SantÉ South Wine Festival
An international showcase of the world's premier wines and Mississippi's culinary delights.
April 1 | Meridian
Threefoot Arts Festival
A day-long juried arts show, featuring artists from across the Southeast, hands-on children's workshops, entertainment, food and more.
April 1 - 2 | Pass Christian
20th Annual Art in the Pass
This juried arts festival features more than 100 artists offering unique pieces in a variety of mediums.
April 1 - 2 | Ridgeland
Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival
A juried fine arts festival showcasing America's finest artists and exciting musical acts.
April 6 - 9 | Amory
39th Annual Amory Railroad Festival
Event celebrating Amory’s history with live entertainment, a car and truck show, 5K race and arts & crafts.
April 7 - 8 | Vicksburg
RiverFest Music & Arts Festival
Annual festival featuring live music, handmade arts & crafts show, 5K race and children's activities.
April 7 - 9 | Holly Springs
Annual Home & Heritage Festival & Spring Pilgrimage
Take a walking tour through history as characters from the past come to life in period dress. Enjoy tours of historical homes, churches and attractions.
April 8 | Pass Christian
5th Annual Pass Wine & Food Festival
Join the Pass Christian Chamber of Commerce and Oak Crest Mansion Inn for live music, local food and more.
April 8 | Starkville
Cotton District Arts Festival
Features a 5K run, pet parade, juried arts & crafts, live music, plant show and food from area restaurants.
April 8 | Cleveland
Crosstie Arts & Jazz Festival
In its 48th year, this fine juried arts festival features fine art, photography, pottery, jewelry and more.
April 8 - 9 | Petal
Petal Southern Miss Powwow
Annual traditional dance competition featuring social dancing, stickball demonstrations, storytelling, Southeast American Indian artifacts and more. Free.
April 9 - 12 | Biloxi
65th Annual Mississippi Gulf Coast Spring Pilgrimage
This event features elegant homes, gardens and historic landmarks along the Mississippi Gulf Coast from Pascagoula to Diamondhead.
April 13 - 23 | Biloxi
25th Annual Mississippi Coast Coliseum Crawfish Music Festival
Festival featuring great talent, rides, vendors, delicious food and more.
April 18 - 22 | Southaven
Memphis Barbecue Network sanctioned cooking contest featuring five days of midway rides, music, food and great family fun.
April 20 - 23 | Clarksdale
Juke Joint Festival
Half blues festival, half small town festival and all about the Delta. The festival features 100 blues acts.
April 21 - 22 | Tunica
Tunica Rivergate Festival
The 25th annual Rivergate Festival features crawfish, barbecue, live music, children’s activities, arts & crafts and a bicycle race.
April 22 | Waveland
10th Annual Crawfish Cook-off
Crawfish cook-off featuring up to 20 cooking teams. First prize is $500.
April 28 - 29 | Oxford
Double Decker Arts Festival
Originally inspired by the Double Decker bus Oxford imported from England in 1994, this festival now boasts more than 200 art and food vendors, with local and regional bands for entertainment.
April 29 | Long Beach
4th Annual Wind & Wave Festival
Kite festival with kayaking, windsurfing, craft and food booths, and live entertainment.
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May TBD | Batesville
Batesville SpringFest & Mississippi Cornhole Classic
Annual two-day music festival featuring a 5K race, cornhole tournament, carnival and children’s activities.
May TBD | Corinth
Corinth Coca-Cola Classic 10K Race
Run through Corinth’s beautiful, shady residential streets. Almost $4,000 in overall prize money. Five place trophies in all age groups.
May TBD | Flowood
Flowood Family Festival & Arts Fair
The city of Flowood’s annual family-friendly festival featuring children's activities and live music. Free.
May 5 - 6 | Meridian
Jimmie Rodgers Music Festival
Celebrate the “Father of Country Music,” Jimmie Rodgers, with two days of performances by astounding national musical acts.
May 5 - 6 | Greenwood
Que on the Yazoo
Celebrate downtown Greenwood's culinary heritage with a sanctioned barbecue competition, food vendors, activities and live music.
May 6 | Collins
28th Annual Okatoma Festival
Held downtown around the historic Courthouse, this event features a 5K run/walk and children's fun run, artisans, food vendors, quilt exhibit, children's fair and two stages of entertainment.
May 6 | Yazoo
Jerry Clower Festival
Historic Main Street fills with something for all ages, including arts & crafts, children’s activities, antique and classic car show, food, silent auction and music.
May 6 | Poplarville
Trash to Treasure
Downtown flea market and garage sale.
May 11 | Ocean Springs
Taste of Ocean Springs Food & Wine Festival
Enjoy an evening of some of the Gulf Coast’s best food and drink during this annual festival with cooking demonstrations, live music and more. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
May 12 | Ridgeland
Mississippi Symphony Orchestra's concert of star- spangled favorites followed by a sky full of fireworks.
May 12 - 14 | Clarksdale
Clarksdale Caravan Music Festival
Live blues music played in front of The Rock and Blues Museum. Bring a chair and enjoy.
May 13 | Pascagoula
8th Annual Live Oak Arts Festival
A cultural celebration featuring live music, arts & crafts, local cuisine, kids activities and more.
May 13 | Olive Branch
Enjoy family-friendly events including a 5K run, kids’ zone, live music, food and arts & crafts.
May 13 | Cleveland
Pour Mississippi Craft Beer & Music Festival
This third annual festival features more than 30 breweries from around the South.
May 17 - 20 | Horn Lake
Four fun-filled days with activities for all ages. Free admission, 5K run, music and midway.
May 19 - 21 | Tylertown
Bluegrass on the Creek
This annual event held at the Southwest Events Center draws an audience over an eight-state area.
May 20 | Ridgeland
Dragon Boat Regatta
Dragon Boat teams race head-to-head, while a free festival is held on shore.
May 20 | Hernando
More than 200 arts & crafts and food vendors converge on the historic courthouse square. Features live music, children’s activities and a 5K race/walk.
May 26 - 28 | Waveland
7th Annual St. Clare Seafood Festival
Featuring fantastic food, rides, live music, crafts, silent auction, raffle, 5K run and much more.
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Hattiesburg Craft Beer Festival
Celebrates the craft beer industry, hosting breweries from all over the country.
June TBD | Kosciusko
Jammin’ on Jackson
Family-friendly event featuring live music on the historic court square in downtown Kosciusko. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy.
June 2 | Laurel
LRMA 24th Annual Blues Bash
Enjoy blues entertainment and barbecue on the front lawn of the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art.
June 2 - 3 | Clarksdale
Enjoy music, crafts, 5K run, fishing rodeo, pet show, barbecue cook-off, carnival rides and many other family- oriented activities.
June 3 | Olive Branch
Crawfish Music Fest
This festival features a crawfish eating contest, gumbo cook-off, live music and a kids’ zone.
June 3 | Ridgeland
Heatwave Classic Triathlon
A half-mile swim in the Ross Barnett Reservoir, a 27.4 mile bike ride along the Natchez Trace Parkway and a 10K run along Ridgeland's shaded multi-use trail.
June 7 | Greenville
Hotter Than Hades Half Marathon
It is the Hotter than Hades race for a reason, and you are running in the Mississippi Delta and experiencing the beauty of it as well.
June 7 - 10 | Grenada
Thunder on Water
Annual safe boating festival held on Grenada Lake featuring a carnival, barbecue contests, food vendors, arts & crafts vendors and more.
June 8 - 18 | Biloxi
31st Annual South Mississippi Summer Fair
A family-friendly, jam-packed event offering rides, live music, shows, contests and entertainment.
June 10 | Poplarville
The Blueberry Jubilee is an arts & crafts fair.
June 12 - 17 | Yazoo City
45th Annual Bentonia Blues Festival
Weeklong celebration of the unique and haunting style of blues music known worldwide and unique to Bentonia.
June 21 - 24 | Vicksburg
Miss Mississippi Pageant
This award-winning pageant includes a parade, auto- graph parties and preliminary and crowning competitions.
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July TBD | Oxford
The Faulkner & Yoknapatawpha Conference
Event brings together writers, teachers, students and other lovers of Faulkner’s work for five days of lectures and discussions charting the cultural elements in the writer’s imagination.
July TBD | Jackson
Mississippi Black Rodeo
Enjoy a weekend of fun, including a parade downtown, with the Black Rodeo. Admission.
July 1 | Columbus
Fireworks on the Water
Celebrate America’s birthday with an evening of live entertainment, children’s activities, food vendors and an outstanding fireworks display at the Columbus Lock and Dam.
July 7 - 8 | Grenada
Grassroots Blues Festival
A celebration of Mississippi’s rich cultural heritage of blues music and the artists who bring it to life, created to provide a stage for traditional and obscure blues artists.
July 13 - 15 | Corinth
A weekend dedicated to the beloved Slugburger, including a carnival, live entertainment and the World Slugburger Eating Championship.
July 15 | Holly Springs
Ida B. Wells-Barnett Annual Festival & Birthday Celebration
Held in her hometown of Holly Springs, this festival celebrates the life and legacy of Ida B. Wells.
July 21 - 28 | Philadelphia
Neshoba County Fair
Known as “Mississippi’s Giant Houseparty®,” this 128-year-old weeklong fair is held each summer, and features harness racing, arts & crafts, political speeches, rides, music and live entertainment.
July 28 - 30 | Natchez
Natchez Food & Wine Festival
Since 2000, this event has been a delicious to-do on summer calendars, drawing foodies from throughout the region to sample the culinary creations of some of the South's finest chefs, breweries and wineries.
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August TBD | Kosciusko
Central Mississippi Fair
This annual fair is a week-long event filled with family fun, entertainment, carnival rides and exhibits.
August TBD | Jackson
Jackson Rhythm & Blues Festival
The biggest, baddest, boomin'est live show in the Southeast, with more than 30 legendary performances on five stages. Each year, the magnificent City with Soul Main Stage features some of the biggest names in music.
August TBD | Byhalia
Sounds of Summer Music Festival
Live music, kids’ zone, various vehicle displays, interactive arts & crafts tent, sponsor tent, business and wellness booths.
August 4 - 5 | Water Valley
Water Valley Watermelon Festival
This 48th annual event includes a barbecue contest, fireworks, arts & crafts, food vendors, watermelon games, 3K walk/run, music, car show, trolley for downtown shopping, brewery tours and more.
August 5 | Greenwood
Bikes, Blues & Bayous
Mississippi’s largest cycling event features more than 850 riders on the flat, fast alluvial plains of the Mississippi Delta. The event features several ride distances for cyclists of all skill levels. Post-ride event includes barbecue, cold beverages and live blues entertainment.
August 5 | Greenwood
Ramcat Rhythm & Brews
The Delta's craft beer event, featuring a selection of craft beers, a homebrew competition and live music in downtown's most historic alley.
August 11 - 13 | Clarksdale
Sunflower River Blues & Gospel Festival
One of America's most distinctive music festivals, featuring some of the best entertainers who represent our blues and gospel heritage. Free.
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September TBD | Diamondhead
33rd Annual Diamondhead Arts & Crafts Fair
More than 100 arts & crafts and gift vendors and food stands under the trees at the Diamondhead Country Club.
September TBD | Jackson
Immerse yourself in Celtic art, music and culture. This event also features educational workshops, family and children's activities and plenty of food. Admission.
September TBD | Southaven
Ten fun-filled days of carnival rides, games, food, petting zoo and music.
September 1 - 2 | Iuka
Iuka Heritage Festival
Celebrate this 29th annual festival on Labor Day weekend with fun, food, entertainment and hospitality.
September 2 | West Point
Prairie Arts Festival
Held Labor Day Saturday every year in downtown West Point, this family-friendly event has more than 300 vendors of the best handmade crafts and juried fine arts in the South. Free.
September 7 - 10 | Columbus
Tennessee Williams Tribute
Tribute honors one of America’s most prolific playwrights and Columbus’ native son with plays, speakers, exhibits and Victorian home tours.
September 8 - 10 | Holly Springs
Annual Hummingbird Migration & Nature Celebration
Held at the Strawberry Plains Audubon Center, this award-winning festival features renowned speakers, guided nature walks, wagon rides and the opportunity to get up close with the Ruby-throated Hummingbird, one of the smallest birds on earth.
September 9 | Pascagoula
25th Annual Mississippi Gulf Coast Blues & Heritage Festival
Blues festival featuring top blues entertainers. Enjoy music and food.
September 9 - 10 | Biloxi
36th Annual Biloxi Seafood Festival
A celebration of the seafood heritage of Biloxi and the Mississippi Gulf Coast, featuring entertainment, activities for kids, arts & crafts vendors and seafood.
September 9 | Belmont
Bear Creek Festival & Antique Car Show
Fun-filled day with arts & crafts, an antique car show and more. The festival is great fun for the entire family.
September 16 | Greenwood
37th Annual 300 Oaks Road Race
This event features a 10K run, 5K run/walk and one-mile fun run along a flat, fast course with scenic routes through the tree-lined neighborhoods of Greenwood.
September 16 | Greenville
40th Annual Delta Blues & Heritage Festival
This festival is the oldest continuously operating blues festival in the country.
September 16 | Clinton
Classic and vintage car show sponsored by Main Street Clinton.
September 22 - 23 | Greenville
Sam Chatmon Blues Festival
Bikers, vendors, barbecue and blues performances in the hometown of blues legend, Sam Chatmon.
September 23 - 24 | Gulfport
4th Annual Gulfport Anchor Fest
Event includes a wooden boat show, arts & crafts, maritime, history and industry displays, children's activities, live music, food and drink, and more.
September 30 | Quitman
27th Annual Forestry & Wildlife Festival
Fun-filled day with activities for all ages, including live entertainment, delicious food, arts & crafts, children's games, car and truck show, bass tournament and more.
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October TBD | Saucier
5th Annual Success Frog Fest
Arts & crafts, food, live entertainment, children's activities, a silent auction and more. Free admission and parking.
October TBD | Pascagoula
96th Annual Jackson County Fair
Thrill-rides, livestock shows, arts & crafts displays, food booths, exhibits, live music, "Old Settlers Day" and more.
October TBD | Jackson
Mississippi State Fair
One of the South's largest fairs, featuring amusement rides, concessions, national recording artists, agricultural and livestock competitions, exhibits and educational demonstrations. Admission.
October TBD | Batesville
Showoff on the Square
Open car show held each October.
October 1 | Pascagoula
39th Annual Zonta Arts & Crafts Festival
Features arts & crafts, live entertainment, food, exhibit booths, antique car show and lots of children's activities. Artisans will be on hand to explain their crafts.
October 2 - 8 | Biloxi
21st Annual Cruisin' the Coast
Classic cars on display and cruisin' along Highway 90.
October 6 - 7 | Carrollton
Visit historic Carrollton and see history through architecture.
October 6 - 7 | Tishomingo
Trash & Treasures Along the Tenn-Tom
This massive yard sale spans more than 50 miles, and attracts thousands of buyers and sellers each year.
October 7 - 8 | Gautier
27th Annual Gautier Mullet & Music Fest
Hands-on heritage and education area, mullet toss contest, car show on Saturday and live entertainment.
October 7 - 8 | Hernando
Hernando Water Tower Festival
Outdoor event featuring arts & crafts, car show, one-mile fun run, 10K run, live entertainment and food vendors. Free.
October 7 | Columbia
Marion County Historical Society's Heritage Festival
More than 50 years old, this annual event embraces the cultural heritage of Mississippi and features arts & crafts, food, music and entertainment. Free.
October 7 - 8 | Collins
Mississippi Peanut Festival is a special time on the farm. Live entertainment, arts & crafts and food vendors. Fun for the whole family.
October 13 - 21 | Laurel
97th Annual South Mississippi Fair
Enjoy great entertainment, delicious "fair" food, carnival rides, agricultural and livestock competitions.
October 13 - 14 | Cleveland
Two days of live music, arts & crafts, a Memphis Barbecue Network sanctioned barbecue competition and more.
October 19 - 21 | Greenville
6th Annual Delta Hot Tamale Festival
Proclaimed as the "Hot Tamale Capital of the World,” this unique festival features multiple tamale vendors, music, eating contest, famous chefs and more.
October 20 - 22 | Natchez
Great Mississippi River Balloon Race
The most colorful annual event in Natchez, featuring gorgeous hot air balloons filling the skies over the river, as local and national talent fill the air with live music.
October 21 | Wiggins
Stone County BBQ & Blues
Barbecue competition and the blues surround Blaylock Park in October. Pit masters compete for cash prizes while guests enjoy blues music.
October 25 - 27 | Greenville
Native American Days
A celebration of Southeastern Native American culture and traditions held at Winterville Mounds Park and Museum in the late fall. Free.
October 28 | Greenville
A celebration of the arts in honor of Jim Henson, who spent his boyhood in Leland, where he was inspired to create the Muppets®. The event features hands-on art activities, live music, a chili cook-off and a kids' fun run.
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November TBD | Corinth
Each year 12,000 luminaries are lit in remembrance of the soldiers lost or injured during the Battle of Corinth. The luminaries can be seen at the Civil War Interpretive Center and throughout downtown.
November 1 - 4 | Jackson
A three-day holiday shopping extravaganza featuring more than 100 merchants from across the nation. Each day features special events designed to fuel the excitement of the approaching holiday season.
November 3 - 4 | Meridian
Soule' Live Steam Festival & Meridian RailFest
Live steam engines, rail engines, the largest model rail- road set in the region and much more. Also features the Carousel Organ Association of America Fall Rally.
November 4 - 5 | Ocean Springs
39th Annual Peter Anderson Arts & Crafts Festival
Largest fine arts festival in the state with more than 400 arts, crafts and food vendors set up in downtown Ocean Springs.
November 30 | Kosciusko
Tree Lighting Ceremony
This event features lighting of the tree and Christmas carols on the Historic Court Square.
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December TBD | Ridgeland
EuroFest Auto & Motorcycle Show
This free outdoor event features the great automobiles and motorcycles of Europe.
December 3 | Pearl
Jingle Bell Market
Located at Trustmark Park, home of the Mississippi Braves, Jingle Bell Market has more than 100 arts & crafts vendors, antique car show, live entertainment on stage all day, a large kids’ zone and pictures with Santa for kids and pets.
December 8 | Wiggins
Festival of Lights
Kick off the holiday season at this spectacular event. The Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College-Perkinston Campus is transformed into a fantasyland of lights, music and holiday treats for the entire family.
December 9 | Gulfport
16th Annual Christmas on the Bayou
Lighted boat parade begins in Gulfport Lake, down Bayou Bernard to the conclusion at the mouth of the bayou at Big Lake.
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March 3 - April 2 & October 7, 8, 12, 14 | Winona
Hill Fire - Mississippi's Folk Life Play
A folk life play written locally and based on collected stories and historical events of Mississippi.
March 4 - April 4 | Natchez
Natchez Spring Pilgrimage
Many antebellum mansions open their doors to visitors during this four-week pilgrimage every spring.
March 30 - April 8 | Columbus
77th Annual Spring Pilgrimage
Features concerts, events for the family, and antebellum mansion and garden tours. Group tours available.
March 31 - April 1 | Oxford
Come taste craft beer and food from around the state while enjoying music from local bands.
March 31 - April 3, 5, 7 | Columbus
Tales from the Crypt
This graveyard tour promises to be a memorable experience for lovers of history and drama. A history project for students from the Mississippi School of Math- ematics and Science, students recreate the lives of noted personalities interred at the historic Friendship Cemetery.
April 23, August 13 & October 8 | Clarksdale
Cat Head Mini Blues Fest
Free live blues music played on the street in front of Cat Head. Bring a chair and enjoy.
May 11 & October 12 | Canton
Canton Flea Market Arts & Crafts Show
Famous flea market featuring artisans from across the US and their unique handcrafted items such as pottery, jewelry and arts & crafts.
May 29 - June 17 | Hattiesburg
Mississippi's only multi-week, multi-genre arts festival offering free and ticketed events.
June 29 - July 2 | Grenada
Grenada Heritage & Music Festival
A celebration of the 181st anniversary of the combining of the Mississippi towns of Tullahoma and Pittsburg, which combined to create Grenada.
June 29 - July 2 | Canton
Mississippi Championship Hot Air Balloon Fest
Featuring more than 25 colorful balloons of all shapes and sizes, a fireworks extravaganza, entertainment, concessions and lots of fun.
June 30 - July 2 | Bay St. Louis
33rd Annual Our Lady of the Gulf "Crab Festival"
Incomparable food, live music, arts & crafts booths, rides, raffles and crab races. Food includes boiled crab and shrimp, po-boys, gumbo, crab-stuffed potatoes and biscuits, burgers and more.
September 22 - October 9 | Natchez
Natchez Fall Pilgrimage
Many antebellum mansions open their doors to visitors during this two-week pilgrimage every fall.
September 29 - October 1 | Greenville
5th Annual Mighty Mississippi Music Festival
Voted #1 New Festival in America by American Blues Scene Magazine in 2015. The Annual Highway 61 Blues Festival is now part of this festival.
November 24 - December 23 | Canton
Victorian Christmas Festival
Canton, the “City of Lights,” comes alive each holiday season with attractions and events for all ages. From the Victorian Festival to old-fashioned carousel rides, there is something for everyone.
November 24 - December 31 | Natchez
Christmas in Natchez
In Natchez, the holidays begin the Friday after Thanksgiving with the annual lighting of the tree and continue with New Year's celebrations, including tours of beautifully lit and decorated historic homes, concerts, candlelight carriage rides, fireworks and more.
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