The official start of summer will happen on June 21st. However, for most of us, the summer has started since it’s after Memorial Day Weekend.

For the first time since 2019, there will be a normal slate of summer concerts, fairs and festivals taking place across Western New York. In fact, it might be extra busy since it’s been so long since we’ve had a normal-looking summer.

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The next big holiday (after Flag Day and Father’s Day, of course), is the Fourth of July.

Fireworks displays will be all over Buffalo and Western New York and there will also be parades and fairs taking place too.

There’s a Fourth of July festival coming to Clarence and it’s in a spot that is normally reserved for fall festivities.

There’s a Fourth of July festival coming to The Great Pumpkin Farm, according to WIVB.

It will take place from July 2-4 and feature rides, carnival games, food, face painting and yes, even a bar with live music.

Fireworks on the 4th at dusk. There will be a $20 admission fee for those choosing to ride the rides and $10 for those who do not want to go on the rides.

There is nothing like a summer festival. It’s also worth mentioning that Canal Fest is returning to the Tonawandas in July and the Erie County Fair is also back the way we know it this August.

We’re getting very close to the start of summer festival season.

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