Whether you’re interested in film, music, art, climate innovation, or finance—Here are Worth’s top 10 Summer events to add to your calendar.
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June 7-18, This internationally recognized annual spring showcase features diverse films, television, conversations, and more.
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June 19, Watch the iconic Diana Ross grace a stage that was built to celebrate her latest album— carefully curated to cultivate collective spirit and togetherness.
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June 22-24, Enjoy a day focused on mission-driven innovation and investing to improve human life and environmental health on a global scale.
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June 22-23, Uncover new opportunities, discover emerging trends in the financial landscape, and understand what is needed to be a champion of change.
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July 7, This internationally renowned art show is one of the nation’s oldest and most highly acclaimed. Enjoy a litany of mediums and the ability to purchase directly from the artists.
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July 15, Featuring the Founder of North Face and Kristy Drutman of Brown Girl Green, enjoy a day filled with 15 experts in business, finance, tech, energy, and sustainability, sharing their vision for a better future.
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August 28-September 10, This year celebrate the 50th anniversary of equal prize money and champion of equality Billie Jean King.
August 3-6, From headliners like Billie Eilish to Kendrick Lamar to the Red Hot Chili Peppers and everyone in between, this year promises to do nothing but deliver a memorable weekend.
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August 4-6, Maybe Lallapalooza isn’t your ideal music festival, and we understand. The same weekend on the east coast, enjoy Diana Krall, Samara Joy, Jon Batiste, and more.
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August 4-28, Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival is the largest theater festival in the world. Enjoy original works and revivals from all around the world no matter your age.