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Cape Cod is a wonderful location to visit during the summers. The weather is magnificent and there are many events that take place during the summer in the area. If you find yourself on Cape Cod during the summer, make sure that you check out these amazing summer events on Cape Cod.

Father’s Day Car Show

The annual Father’s Day Car Show is a local favorite. This show is one of the Cape’s largest annual events and features hundreds of classic cars that line the main street in Hyannis. During the event, there will be anywhere from 50,000 to 60,000 people attending the event, making it the largest non-sporting event on all of Cape Cod.

Barnstable County Fair

The Barnstable County Fair is currently held at the Cape Cod Fairgrounds and began in 1844. The Barnstable County Fair began when the Barnstable Agricultural Society had its first fair. As one of the most popular events on Cape Cod, the fair has grown throughout the years and includes a number of different acts, attractions, and other fun things to do for the whole family.

4th of July Party – Parades and Fireworks

Fourth of July festivities on Cape Cod have become legendary and are fantastic for the whole family. Catching some fireworks at your favorite beach with friends and family or watching a parade go by with your kids can be a great way to spend some time over the holiday. Check the local calendars for a schedule of events!

Melody Tent Concerts

For over 60 years, the Melody Tent has been a popular destination on the Cape featuring a wide variety of performers with seats right by the stage. If you love music, you have to watch a concert at the Melody Tent in the summer or bring the kids to a kid friendly show! The Melody Tent is run by a not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts throughout the communities of Cape Cod.

Beach Activities

Cape Cod is well known for its beach access and wonderful views of the Atlantic Ocean. If you find yourself in the cape during your vacation, make sure to check out any one of the amazing beaches. A beach day with the family is the perfect way to spend a part of your vacation. The best part is that it does not require any type of ticket or cost!

Cape Cod is always a wonderful place to visit. The area’s nice weather, unique culture, and unparalleled natural beauty keep visitors flocking to the cape throughout the entire year. But September is a very special time to be on Cape Cod. This is not only due to the amazing weather you will find here at the end of summer, but also because of the great events that sweep through the Cape during this time of year. Here are some of the most notable events that you will not want to miss!

The Love Local Fest

On Sunday, September 25th, 2016 you can enjoy the festival boasting the most positive energy you will find throughout the Cape. For this special day, Cape Cod Beer creates a beer garden in a park overlooking Hyannis Harbor. From 11 am to dusk, visitors can see the spirit of the town and the Cape as a whole up close and personal with a variety of great foods, homegrown artists, designers, farmers, and so much more. But the highlights of the event are the unique and delicious craft beers that will be poured from the opening of the festival until 6 pm.

Celebrate Our Waters Weekend

Cape Cod is a community that cherishes the gifts of its natural landscape. From September 16 to the 18th, visitors and locals alike can join in on events celebrating the natural beauty of the area. Throughout the weekend, the bays, ponds, lakes, marshes, creeks, and beaches are showcased like never before. There are endless opportunities to enjoy all of this beauty through guided walks, bike rides, lectures, discussions, kayak trips, and so much more. This event is a must-attend for all the lovers of nature out there, as you will be blown away by the nature here.

The Truro Treasures Weekend

This is a very special weekend dedicated to celebrating the history and the culture of this amazing place. From September 16th to the 18th, you can enjoy events and activities of all types. The fun and education is kicked off on Friday night with a historical talk, followed by a cocktail party in the evening. From there the festivities really get going, with a pancake breakfast on Saturday and a flea market on Sunday. Other events include, but are not limited to, kids’ events, a dog show, a golf tournament, dinners, and a silent auction.

There is so much more happening on Cape Cod for this wonderful month. Make sure you visit the Cape before September is over!