Ahh, the joys of summer. Warm weather, time away from the daily grind and, if you are so inclined, water sports. Sometimes you just want to escape for a day and not in a lounging on the beach kind of way. You may need to scream and laugh uncontrollably in public in order to truly de-stress. If this is the case, head to your nearest Six Flags.
Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.
River tubing on a hot summer day is the ideal, relaxing trip for those who love the outdoors, water and beer. Palace Outfitters , located in Mays Landing, New Jersey, perfected the floating experience for people of all ages to enjoy. Visitors can bring their own coolers packed with beverages.
The Bahá'í faith is a minority religion that began in the mid-19th century in Persia. This peaceful religion grew in popularity and has around 6 million followers worldwide. Its underlying message is unity of God, religion and the faithful. Despite its peaceful message, the religion is outlawed in Iran and Egypt.
The Old Town School of Folk Music has been in operation since 1957. Originally opening at 333 North Ave., where Pete Seeger and Bill Bronzy performed, the school has grown over the years from 150 students a week in 1957 to more than 6,500 in 2018. The school currently resides in Lincoln Square, where it moved in the late 90s.
Festival d’ete de Quebec is a spectacular, week-long international music festival in July showcasing more than 250 musicians and entertaining more than 1 million festivalgoers. This festival takes place all over Quebec City, giving visitors the chance to explore the area around them while listening to music of all genres.