Tally Shorts Film Festival
Tally Shorts is an annual festival celebrating short films from the region and around the world. In years past, the festival showcased over 12 hours of short films from local filmmakers and from filmmakers around the world. Of all the Tallahassee festivals, this is one you should not miss!
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Tallahassee Jewish Food Festival
Come hungry and get ready to FEAST. Here you’ll get to sample corned beef, pastrami, potato knishes and cheesecake from New York City’s famed Carnegie Deli. Sandwiches are made on real Jewish rye bread. If that doesn’t fill you up, then enjoy bagels, lox and cream cheese, Falafel, Kosher hot dogs, homemade matzah ball soup, stuffed cabbage, noodle kugel, delicious homemade pastries and more.
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Red Hills Horse Trials
Red Hills serves as a qualifying competition for those vying for spots on their respective countries’ Olympic and World Equestrian Games teams. The event traditionally takes place the second weekend in March at the Elinor Klapp-Phipps Park in Tallahassee.
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LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival
This show has been nationally ranked by Sunshine Artist Magazine for 5 years running as one of the Top 5 Fine Art Festivals! This annual two-day festival draws more than 10,000 people, both local and visitors, to see 170+ artists who have traveled from all over the country to display their original fine works of art.
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Known as being one of the top festivals in the southeastern United States, the festival weekend also provides a huge economic impact to Leon County. Visitor spending over the festival weekend is calculated to be more than $6 million dollars. 20,000+ tourists come from out of town, which has a substantial impact on all hotels in Leon County, with more than 8,500 room nights generated. And besides the boost to the local economy, this Tallahassee festival is fun for all!
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Florida Animation Festival
The Florida Animation Festival is a multi-day film festival launched in 2016 by The Tallahassee Film Society. Festival attendees will enjoy amazing animated films that spotlight both regional and global animation talent. The festival includes dozens of animated shorts submitted from around the world, a kick-off party, a free feature film for families, filmmaking workshops, swag, and more!
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Sundown Concert Series
June - August
Tallahassee welcomes the return of our Sundown Concert Series, Tallahassee’s favorite FREE summer event series. Taking place on select Saturdays at Cascades Park, these concerts are fun for the whole family! Grab a blanket and head to Cascades for music and fun.
June - November
Opening Nights is an annual series of performances that occur from the fall to the spring, drawing a curated, lauded selection of artists to Florida State’s campus year after year. The efforts continue to bolster FSU’s arts education programs and showcase the university’s talented students to the local community.
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Tallahassee Beer Festival
Everyone loves Tallahassee Festivals, and Beer Fest ranks toward the top. The Tallahassee Beer Festival is a beer tasting event. Here, participants can enjoy UNLIMITED samples. All net proceeds support local Tallahassee charities.
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Tallahassee Greek Food Festival
Hosted by Holy Mother of God Greek Orthodox Church, the 1-day long food festival is a Tallahassee tradition. Every January, get ready to enjoy baklava, souvlaki, gyros, Greek fries, almond cookies, Finikia, chocolate KOK, and more at the food festival of the year.
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North Florida Fair
Every November, residents and visitors come together to enjoy everything the fair has to offer! From eating delicious fried food to kids showcasing their 4H fowl, fun can be had by all at the North Florida Fair.
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