The weather’s not the only thing heating up in Marquette County for the month of July. Some of the hottest events of summer are coming up quick, so it’s time to start planning your trip!
International Food Festival – 7/2-4
One of the best parts of vacation is (arguably) eating out. And as if Marquette County didn’t have enough dining options, the International Food Festival is taking over Lower Harbor Park for three full days of food from 12pm-10:30pm, July 2-4.
Marquette Fireworks Display – 7/4
Celebrate the 4th of July as the sky lights up with a stellar firework show over Lake Superior and the historic Lower Harbor ore dock in downtown Marquette. So, pack up a picnic and bring some friends and family for the fun.
Forestville Music Festival – 7/13-14
Forestville features the best of the best in Marquette—live local music, craft beer, and food trucks—all rolled into one rad two-day fest. Whether you pitch a tent to camp or book a room in town, all the matter is you came to get down!
**100% of the proceeds go back into the NTN to build/develop/maintain recreational trail**
Hiawatha Traditional Music Festival – 7/20-22
Hiawatha is perfect for a weekend of family packed fun. This annual music fest incorporates traditional music, arts, workshops, informal jam sessions and more all at the scenic Tourist Park.
Blueberry Festival – 7/27
One of the sweetest fests of summer is back, July 27th. Washington and Front St in downtown Marquette will once again be buzzing with various fruity flavors from blueberry pizzas to blueberry beers and everything in between.
Art on the Rocks – 7/28-29
Art on the Rocks celebrates its 60th year on the shores of Superior, July 28-29 in Lower Harbor Park. Featuring tons of talented and traveling artists and local food vendors. This family-friendly art festival is enjoyed annually by art lovers of all ages.
Outback Art Fair – 7/28-29
And after Art on the Rocks, head a few blocks over to the lakeshore for another amazing art show—the Outback Art Fair at Picnic Rocks Park!