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Plan your Charlotte fall festivals now!

Jerome Quentzel

CHARLOTTE, NC – Greet the new season with some cultural festivals or driving to a family-friendly theme park. Plan your fall festivals from now on and here are some of the fall festivals that can be added to your list.

1. Hola Charlotte Festival

This festival is an annual event and many Latin American cultures will be showcased on October 9, 2021. The Hola Charlotte Festival will take place at Along Tryon Street, Uptown Charlotte, and open from Monday to Saturday.

Hola Charlotte Festival includes Latin Americal Cultural Village where representations from Latin countries such as Colombia, Honduras, and many more, come to celebrate their traditions. Each country will show its culture through authentic items, traditional attire, and some musical instruments.

2. Yiasou Greek Festival

Yiasou Greek Festival will show some Hellenic cultural exhibits along with live music and dancing. This festival is one of the largest cultural events in Charlotte that bring the atmosphere of Greek culture to the city.

This festival will be held at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral on September 9-12, 2021. This festival will also include face painting and kid rides. The festival admission fee is $5 and children under 12 years old will be free of charge.

3. Autumn at Oz

A little drive out of Charlotte to the Land of Oz at Beech Mountain is a place that your kids will absolutely love. To welcome the new season, they offer Autumn at Oz that will start from September 10 to September 26, 2021.

Visitors can enjoy the magical atmosphere as they will encounter the story’s characters such as Dorothy, Aunty Em, and Toto. Visitors are welcomed to dress up as the characters too. The ticket starts from $55 for general admission and $68 for VIP, while children under 2 years old will be exempted from the admission fee.

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