US Open Tennis Championships Aug. 31-Sep. 13
The US Open is one of the most important hard court tennis championships in the world. It takes place annually at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
4 Bridges Arts Festival Sep. 3-5
An essential part of Chattanoogas creative capital, the festival cultivates and inspires an appreciation for the visual arts by creating opportunities for exchange between working artists and the public.
Detroit Jazz Festival Sep. 4-7
Featuring mostly local talent performing live on three soundstages in the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center. The performance spaces will be fashioned after the festivals traditional stages, but without audiences.
World Music Festival Chicago Sep. 6, 13, 20 & 28
The festival has attracted over 650,000 concertgoers to see more than 750 artists and ensembles from over 80 countries since it began in 1999. The 2020 presentation will move online this September as part of Global Music Month.
Sausalito Art Festival Sep. 7, 11-13
On Sep. 7, The Heart of San Francisco will unite sky writing, boats, windsurfers, music, the Golden Gate Bridge, mountains, and islands together for a performance to experience in-person or via video streaming. Online auction will take place Sep. 11-13 in a silent auction format.
The Great Wisconsin Quilt Show Sep. 10-12
A three-day forum for quilting enthusiasts of all levels and interests and it is targeted to an educated audience eager for quilting know-how. Quilters of all levels have the opportunity to enter a maximum of four quilts into an exciting contest.
Timpanogos Storytelling Festival Sep. 10-12
This unique opportunity will bring some of the most renowned storytellers right into your home.
DC Shorts International Film Festival Sep. 10-23
More than 150 short films from over 30 countries. The program includes the juried Filmmaker Awards Brunch, Screenplay Competition, free filmmaker workshops, panels, and talkbacks.
Ocean Institute Maritime Festival Sep. 11-13
Virtual Demonstrations. Live Interviews and Lessons from around the globe. Ship tour from maritime organizations around the world. Live Shanty Sings and Music.
Wheatland Worldwide Music Festival Sep. 11-13
Live and from the Archive. The mission of the Wheatland Music Organization is to serve as a resource center for the preservation and presentation of traditional music and arts.
New Mexico Prickly Pear Festival Sep. 12
2nd annual series that celebrates everything prickly pear; food, art, and music. In order to keep everyone safe and healthy this years festival will be in a modified format with virtual programming and online vendor store.
Doylestown Arts Festival Sep. 12-13
We will feature a series of virtual demos, studio tours, performances, and more on social media leading up to and throughout the festival weekend.
Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival Sep. 13
The festival shares cultural roots and contemporary influences of Hawaii through music, hula, workshops, and more.
The Lake George Music Festival Sep. 13-18
Produced in part by Barbora Kolarova, LGMF Co-Founder, Artistic Director and violinist as well as Marc Webster from Blue on Blue Recording, the festival will feature musicians and ensembles from the 2020 roster in a six-day series of innovative and exciting virtual performances.
Live Kind Festival Sep. 13-19
A virtual community event which promotes ways to easily reduce our impact on the planet and live more healthful lives. Animal- and eco-friendly, renowned chefs and speakers from around the country, presentations, music festival, cooking demonstrations, non-profit organizations, and more.
New York Bridal Fashion Week Sep. 15-17
See curated Spring 2021 collections from top bridal designers and shop virtually in a single, centralized location. Designer runway shows hosted by The Knot editors, bridal trend roundups and panel discussions with industry leaders.
U.S. Open Championship Sep. 14-20
The U.S. Open, is the annual open national championship of golf in the United States. It is the third of the four major championships in golf and is on the official schedule of both the PGA Tour and the European Tour.
Big Pine Comedy Festival Sep. 16-19
An educational non-profit 501 c(3) organization, committed to enriching the arts community through the celebration of live art and art education.
iHeartRadio Music Festival Sep. 18-19
Two-day virtual mega-concert featuring performances from BTS, Coldplay, Kane Brown with special guest Khalid, Keith Urban, Migos, Miley Cyrus, Thomas Rhett, Usher, and more, all hosted by Ryan Seacrest.
South Coast Jazz & Blues Sep. 18-20
Headliners: Jackie Richardson & Micha Barnes, Jazz West, Queen Pepper, Yogi Rose, Aaron Bell, Ian Bell and The Schotts.
CenterFest Arts Festival Sep. 19-20
The Durham Arts Council is creating a lively online virtual CenterFest that will feature visual and performing arts, memories and highlights of CenterFest over the years, plus sponsor highlights and special interactive features.
Howthelightgetsin Global Sep. 19-20
More than 200 events – all live streamed on 7 stages, with a line up of the worlds top thinkers, and the hottest bands and comedy acts.
The Photography Show Sep. 20-21
The opportunity to check out and explore products from a host of photography and video brands, and pick up tips, tricks and inspiration along the way – all from the comfort of your own home.
The Atlantic Festival Sep. 21-24
Four days of news-making interviews, performances, film screenings, and conversations about the seismic challenges the country is facing, and what comes next.
Inbound Sep. 22-23
Hosted by HubSpot, INBOUND is one of the largest marketing events in the world, which includes engaging breakout speakers, interactive keynote sessions, and a dynamic community atmosphere where users can connect and network.
Dive In 2020 Sep. 22-24
The Festival for Diversity & Inclusion in Insurance. Dive In promotes year-round best practice in diversity and inclusion with tools and advice that culminate in an annual three-day festival in September. Events are hosted in insurance firms of all types and sizes, all around the world.
Crested Butte Film Festival Sep. 25-Oct. 4
The film line up will include inspiring narratives, eye-opening documentaries, beautifully crafted outdoor adventure films, and award-winning creative shorts from around the world and films will be announced online September 1.
Monterey Jazz Festival Sep. 25-27
This incredible lineup features exclusive new and previously unreleased archival performances. Herbie Hancock, Diana Krall, Tribute to Quincy Jones featuring Hubert Laws and Valerie Simpson, Dianne Reeves, Christian McBride & Inside Straight, and more!
Bowling Green International Festival Sep. 26
The festival is a traditional celebration that honors the heritage and diversity among our residents.
Wellness Fest Sep. 26
An afternoon of free, interactive edu-tainment featuring health and wellness speakers, fitness classes, cooking demonstrations and more!