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2020

  • January 5: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam — Ho Chi Minh City Marathon. Runners put the Saigon River under foot via the formidable Phu My Bridge.
  • January 17-19: Miami Beach, Florida — Art Deco Weekend. Ocean Drive overflows with awesome architecture and events.
  • January 25-26: Aviemore, Scotland — Aviemore Sled Dog Rally. One thousand dogs and 250 mushers old and young glide through the Highlands.
  • January 31-Feb. 9: Saranac Lake, New York — Saranac Lake Winter Carnival. From Arctic Golf to Snowflake Volleyball, let these winter games begin.
  • February 1-8: Galway, Ireland — European Capital of Culture Opening Event. Galway’s year of special events get cracking, with Rijeka, Croatia, sharing the reins.
  • February 8: San Francisco — Chinese New Year Parade. A 288-foot Golden Dragon stomps the streets as the Year of the Rat scurries in.
  • February 21-March. 7: Jerez de la Frontera, Spain — Jerez Flamenco Festival. Theaters and bars reverberate with passionate flamenco music and Spanish dance.
  • February 25: New Orleans — Mardi Gras. The Crescent City sounds its final toot on Fat Tuesday.
  • March 19-21: Hong Kong — Art Basel Hong Kong. More than 200 galleries display East-West historical and cutting-edge works.
  • March 21: Rena to Lillehammer, Norway — Birkebeinerrennet. Historic cross-country ski race concludes in former host city of the Winter Olympics.
  • March 21-May. 10: Lisse, Netherlands — Keukenhof. Some 7 million tulips, daffodils and other bulbs flash their color with the arrival of spring.
  • April 4: Elmira, Ontario — Elmira Maple Syrup Festival. With pancakes, music and pony rides for the kids, this is a festival that sticks with you.
  • April 22: Worldwide — Earth Day 2020. “Climate Action” is the all-encompassing theme on the golden anniversary of this very green observance.
  • April 23-25: Albuquerque, New Mexico — Gathering of Nations. “North America’s Biggest Powwow” celebrates Native American heritage with dance, music and crafts.
  • April 23-26: Charleston, South Carolina — Charleston Race Week. Three hundred keelboats take to the water for this three-day regatta.
  • April 24: Plymouth, Massachusetts — Plymouth 400 Commemoration Opening Ceremony. Festivities mark arrival of Pilgrims four centuries ago.
  • May 9-16: The Hague — Invictus Games. Wounded warriors compete in 10 sports, from archery to wheelchair rugby.
  • May 12, 14, 16: Rotterdam, Netherlands — Eurovision Song Contest. Performers from over 40 countries sing for the bling at 65th vocal blowout.
  • May 21-24: Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2020
  • May 16-Oct. 4: Oberammergau, Germany — Oberammergau 2020. Passion play performed entirely by locals runs but once every 10 years.
  • June 12-July. 12: 12 cities across Europe — Euro 2020. Brexit or no Brexit, this soccer tournament with massive worldwide audiences opens in Rome and closes in London.
  • June 13-20: Detroit — North American International Auto Show. A showroom for tire-kickers, rolling out myriad new vehicles, from the cool to the surreal.
  • June 24-28: Pilton, England — Glastonbury 50. Arts festival in the Vale of Avalon celebrates golden anniversary, with Diana Ross on stage.
  • June 27-28: San Francisco — San Francisco Pride Parade & Celebration. Golden anniversary edition hails the “Generations of Hope.”
  • July 4: Bristol, Rhode Island — Bristol Fourth of July Celebration. Nation’s oldest July Fourth event sounds the trumpets in “America’s most patriotic town.”
  • July 17-Aug. 4: Cooktown, Australia — Cooktown Expo 2020. Celebration of the arrival of iconic explorer James Cook 250 years ago includes a rock music festival.
  • July 24-Aug. 9: Tokyo — Games of the XXXII Olympiad. Summer Olympics adds new twists with medals in baseball/softball, karate, sport climbing, surfing and skateboarding.
  • August 1-8: Tregaron, Wales — National Eisteddfod of Wales. Ceredigion County showcases all things Welsh, including CymanfaGanu, a sacred music festival.
  • August 13-23: Edmonton, Alberta — Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival. Cutting-edge performers fill 50 venues in the theaters and alleys of the Canadian city’s historic district.
  • August 14-Sept. 6: Utrecht, Netherlands, to Madrid — VueltaaEspana. Top athletes tackle the 75th running of one of the three Grand Tours of world cycling.
  • September 11-20: Bath, England — Jane Austen Festival. Fans don silks and satins at scores of Regency costumed events.
  • September 19-Oct. 4: Munich, Germany — Oktoberfest. Tents are pitched and beer barrels tapped for “the largest folk festival in the world.”
  • September 22-27: Haven, Wisconsin — Ryder Cup. American and European golf teams clash at Whistling Straits.
  • October 9-12: Augusta, Bangor and statewide, Maine — Maine Statehood Bicentennial Grand Finale Weekend. The 200th birthday bash commemorates “the Maine thing.”
  • October 9-17: Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia — Celtic Colours International Festival. Fiddlers, bagpipers, clog dancers and Gaelic singers join in “an island-wide ceilidh.”
  • October 9-18: Stockholm — Stockholm Jazz Festival. Swedish swing in 60 venues with emphasis on improvisational and world music.
  • October 17: Fayetteville, West Virginia — Bridge Day. Three hundred BASE jumpers take the plunge from the 876-foot New River Gorge Bridge.
  • November 6-15: Kailua-Kona, Hawaii — Kona Coffee Cultural Festival. The 50th annual coffee-bean bash on Hawaii’s biggest island has its perks, including seed-to-cup farm tours.
  • November 15: Toronto — Toronto Santa Claus Parade. One of the world’s oldest and jolliest holiday processions is decked out with Celebrity Clowns.
  • November 28-Dec. 6: Guadalajara, Mexico — Guadalajara International Book Fair. 2,280 publishers from 47 countries make this Latin America’s largest page-turner.
  • December 7: Milan, Italy — Opening Night of La Scala. See and be seen as the famed 1778 opera house raises the curtain.
  • December 12: San Jose, California — Beethoven Birthday Bash 2020. The party honors “the greatest orchestral composer of all time” on his 250th.
  • December 14: Chile and Argentina — Total Solar Eclipse. Moon blocks sun across a 56-mile-wide band of Earth in this astronomical showstopper.

2019

  • November 11-27: UAE (Dubai, Abu Dhabi), Jordan, Turkey, and Oman
  • November 11-13: 13th Global Citizenship Conference, London
  • November 2: Day Of The Dead, Mexico
  • October 27: Diwali, India
  • October 11: The Nobel Peace Prize Awarded
  • September 20-November 2: Rugby World Cup 2019, Japan
  • September 22-October 7: Oktoberfest, Germany
  • September 16-October 2: Bora Bora, French Polynesian Islands
  • September 17-23: Milan Fashion Week
  • September 13-17: London Fashion Week
  • September 5-13: New York Fashion Week
  • September 9-11: The Mosaic Gala Against Human Slavery, an event focused on preventing human slavery and human trafficking. Learn more at https://www.humanslavery.com/
  • September 1-8: US open tennis tournament
  • June 6-8: St. Petersburg international economic forum. Russia
  • May 14-25: Cannes film festival.
  • May 23-26: Monaco Grand Prix
  • March 4-17: Indian Wells tennis tournament. Palm Springs, Ca.
  • February 24: Academy Awards after-parties. Los Angeles
  • February 6: Amfar gala New York. Cipriani Wall Street. In conjunction with New York Fashion week.

2018

  • December 10-17: Mevlana Whirling Dervishes in Konya, Turkey
  • November 23: Loy Krathong and Yi Peng in Chiang Mai, Thailand
  • September 22 – October 7: Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany
  • August 3–27: The Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland
  • June 24: Inti Raymi in Cuzco, Peru
  • May 30 – June 3: Distortion in Copenhagen, Denmark
  • May 27: 2018 Monaco Grand Prix
  • May 8-19: 2018 Cannes Film Festival
  • April 27: King’s Day in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • March 3-11: The Lantern Festival in Taiwan
  • February 9–13: 300th birthday celebrations in New Orleans, US
  • February 8-16: 2018 New York Fashion Week
  • January 27 – February 13: Carnevale di Venezia in Venice, Italy

2017

  • September 28-30: Monaco & France. September 28th, attending HSH Albert II foundation benefit, *Monte-Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean*, on behalf of The Manzanita Foundation
  • September 25-27: New York.
  • September 24: Chicago. Presentation of the Templeton prize. Attending on behalf of my foundation, Manzanita.
  • June 1-3: SPIEF, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • May 25-28: Monaco Grand Prix, Monaco
  • May 25: Cannes amFAR Gala, Cannes, France
  • May 17-18: Cannes Film Festival, Cannes, France
  • April 11: North Pole Expedition
  • February 20-23: HSBC Conferences, attended Riyadh Saudi Arabia and Dubai, UAE
  • January 20: Presidential Inauguration, Washington DC
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