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Annual Events

Greater Orlando, in the heart of Florida, hosts an abundance of annual events, from arts fairs and food festivals to huge conventions, nationally televised sports events, and more.

Below is an overview of major annual events, some with links to more information on venues and related activity. For specific dates on events, check out the EventGuide calendar for Orlando. To go directly to today's events, click Orlando EventGuide.

January
College Baseball
From the crack of the bat to the slide on into home, NCAA baseball packs a wallop of home run frenzy for what's oft called America's favorite pastime. Diamond action starts in January, continuing through most of June.
Bethune-Cookman Wildcats, Stetson Hatters, UCF Golden Knights


Annual Capital One Bowl
This six decade-old New Year's Day classic, now at the Florida Citrus Bowl at One Citrus Bowl Plaza (1610 West Church Street), brings on the clash between two powerhouse football conferences. Call (407) 423-2476 for more information.
CompUSA Florida Citrus Bowl
This nationally televised collegiate football game is played between second-ranked teams from the Southeastern Conference and the Big Ten Conference. The Florida Citrus Bowl at One Citrus Bowl Plaza (1610 West Church Street), hosts the grid action. Call (407) 423-2476 for more information.
The Great Taste of the Grove
Live entertainment, a Kids Zone, dining and nightlife specials highlight this weekend culinary and music festival showcasing the best of Coconut Grove. Call (305) 444-7270 for more information.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Multicultural Celebration
To honor Dr. King's vision of cultural unity on the weekend of his birthday, Winter Garden Parks & Recreation Department hosts a festival featuring live entertainment, food, children's activities, dining and drink specials in the restaurants and pubs along Plant Street in downtown Winter Garden. Call (407) 656-4155 for more information.
Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities
This African American festival, drawing more than 100,000 each year, celebrates visual arts, gospel and R&B music, modern dance and Pulitzer-prize winning poetry. Call (321) 281-2085 for more information.


February
Bach Festival
Greater Orlando's Bach Festival on the Rollins College campus, and first held in 1935, hails the birth of composer Johann Sebastian Bach. Call (407) 646-2182 for more information.
Mount Dora Arts Festival
Free to the public, Mount Dora magically transforms into one gigantic art museum with more than 300 artists, performers, temporary shops, and games, sponsored by the Mount Dora Center for the Arts. Call (352) 383-0880 for more information.
Houston Astros Spring Training
Fans can watch the pros in practice at Osceola County Stadium, completing an $18.4 million renovation in 2003 and home to Houston Astros Spring Training. Call (407) 944-2424 for more information.
Central Florida Fair
Carnival rides, games, food, music, exhibits and more add to the merriment at the Central Florida Fairgrounds. Call (407) 295-3247 for more information.
Florida Fun Fest
As a Coca-Cola and soda-related item swap meet staged in Altamonte Springs, Florida Fun Fest is sponsored by the Central Florida Chapter of the Coca-Cola Collectors Club. Call (407) 688-7084 for more information.
GeorgeFest - Washington's Birthday Festival
Over the weekend following Washington's birthday, the town of Eustis hosts a festival featuring patriotic programs, a parade, fireworks, children's activities, food and crafts vendors, and live family entertainment all weekend along Lake Eustis in historic downtown's Ferran Park. Call (352) 357-3434 for more information.
Silver Spurs Rodeo
Greater Orlando attracts cowboys from the pro circuit to the Silver Spurs Arena for one of the largest rodeo competitions east of the Mississippi. Call (407) 847-4052 for more information.
March
Central Florida Fair
Carnival rides and games, food, exhibits, music, and much more beckon from the Central Florida Fairgrounds. Call (407) 295-3247 for more information.
Kissimmee Blue Grass Festival
This four-day event in the Silver Spurs Arena features bluegrass and gospel music, arts and crafts, food and more. Call (407) 473-7773 for more information.
Kissimmee / Kiwanis Bluegrass Festival
Osceola Heritage Park is the scene for this bluegrass celebration going strong for some three decades. Call (321) 697-3333 for more information.
Baldwin Park Auto Show
In mid-March and November, the neighborhood of Baldwin Park hosts dealers and collectors of vintage hot rods, customs, classics and antiques, accompanied by music of the period, where the public can get close to the cars of their dreams in this fun open air event. Call (407) 937-9129 for more information.
St. Patrick's Day Party
Pleasure Island in Downtown Disney hosts a party featuring Irish games, food, music and more. Call (407) 824-4321 for more information.
Florida Film Festival
Right after Sundance and leading into Cannes, this film extravaganza unfolds every March in Orlando in and around the Enzian Theatre, now running well into its second decade. Call (407) 644-6579 for more information.
Winter Park Sidewalk Arts Festival
Some 1,600 artists from around the world apply each year for entry into some 275 slots at this prestigious, nearly half century old show in Winter Park's Central Park. Call (407) 672-6390 for more information.
State of the Ports
Promoted by the World Trade Center Orlando, the State of the Ports address focuses on critical roles played within the region's transportation network by central Florida's airports, seaport, spaceport, and foreign trade zones. Call (407) 649-1899 for more information.
Bike Florida
Enjoy a week-long tour of Florida by bike, during the last week in March, featuring a tour of Gainesville, the University of Florida, and the surrounding environment of beautiful woods, hills, streams, pastures and hidden away historic villages known as "Florida's Eden." Call (352) 224-8602 for more information.
April
JazzFest Kissimmee
Kissimmee's Lakefront Park features professional and amateur jazz musicians, art exhibits, food and more at this two day festival. Call (407) 518-2501 for more information.
Bridal Open House
In mid-April, City of Cocoa Leisure Services hosts an exhibition of bridal vendors, a gown show, limousine show and tours of the facility at Cocoa Civic Center and Porcher House. Call (321) 639-3500 for more information.
Rajuncajun Crawfish Festival
At the Isle of Pines South Beach Park, this traditional Louisiana Cajun Crawfish Festival celebrates Cajun heritage with music, dancing, and fabulous food. Call (407) 380-5715 for more information.
Romantic Times Booklovers Convention
In mid to late April, Romantic Times BookReviews Magazine hosts around 350 romance, mystery and women's fiction authors and their readers, workshops, parties and mixers for a 5 day conference at the Wyndham Orlando Resort International Drive. Call (919) 412-1102 for more information.
May
Orlando Carnival
Staged around Memorial Day, this nearly two decade old Caribbean-style Mardi Gras features a street parade downtown leading to Festival Field and Thunder Field, opposite the Florida Citrus Bowl, and adjoing Tinker Field and nearby Orlando Sports Complex, where other events take place. Call (407) 293-2440 for more information.
Inside / Outside Cookout
Celebrating Norwegian Independence Day at Viking World Orlando 3-501 (the area lodge for Sons of Norway), the annual Inside / Outside Cookout welcomes all, with speakers and opportunity to make acquaintances. 2641 Red Bug Lake Road, Casselberry. Call (407) 696-2880 for more information.
Cinco De Mayo Bash
Orlando's Cinco De Mayo takes on libation dimension at Adobe Gila's, with drink specials from open to close, live music with assorted bands, and no cover charge. Call (407) 903-1478 for more information.
Orlando Health and Fitness Show
In mid-May, UCF Arena hosts over 120 exhibitors representing the full spectrum of health and fitness professionals, including pediatricians, nutritionists, sports, dance and martial arts trainers, with interactive programs for children, parents and anyone interested in making lifestyle changes. Call (407) 937-9129 for more information.
Fulton's Crab House Seafood Alaska Festival
From mid-May through mid-June, seafood stars at this Downtown Disney Marketplace restaurant. Call (407) 934-8424 for more information.
Orlando International Fringe Festival
With roots extending to Scotland, Orlando's celebration of the theatrical and performing arts takes place over 10 days in the streets, theaters, and converted office spaces of downtown Orlando. Call (407) 648-0077 for more information.
International Flower and Garden Festival
Flower and garden displays represent themes of Epcot Theme Park's World Showcase. Call (407) 824-4321 for more information.
Orlando Mayor's Job Fair
For job-seekers, Central Florida's biggest hiring event happens at the Central Florida Fairgrounds, sponsored by the Central Florida Employment Council and Workforce Central Florida. More than 140 employers and thousands of prospective jobs await qualified applicants. Call (407) 834-4022 for more information.
Port Orange Arts & Craft Show
The Port Orange Association of the Arts hosts vendors, craftsmen and artists in May and December in the town of Port Orange near Daytona Beach, about an hour's drive northeast of Orlando. Call (386) 756-8700 for more information.
June
Gay Days in Orlando
From land-based fun at Walt Disney World Resort to Carnival Cruise Line's Official Gay Days Cruise sailing out of Port Canaveral, Orlando becomes the gay place to be in June. Call (800) 522-2213 for more information.
Florida Film Festival
Featuring more than 100 films, documentaries and shorts from around the world, the Florida Film Festival unfolds at Enzian Theater, 1300 South Orlando Avenue. Call (407) 629-1088 for more information.
International Orchid Fair
Thousands of orchids from growers around the world are showcased at World of Orchids. 2501 Old Lake Wilson Road, Kissimmee. Call (407) 396-1881 for more information.
July
IADT-Orlando: IMAGINE 2011 Fashion Show
Lake Eola Park's celebration includes games, entertainment, and more. 233 North Hoagland Boulevard. For more information call (407) 246-2827.
Lake Eola Picnic in the Park
Lake Eola Park's celebration includes games, entertainment, and more. For more information call (407) 246-2827.
4th of July Bash in Winter Park
Over the Independence Day weekend, Blue Jacket Park, in the Baldwin Park area of Winter Park, hosts an old-fashioned July 4th celebration, featuring a live performance by the U.S. Navy Band, food and beverage vendors, a kids area, and fireworks in the evening over Lake Baldwin. For more information call (407) 376-7705.
Kissimmee Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration
Kissimmee puts on a large fireworks display, accompanied by a variety of entertainment. Call (407) 93-EVENT for more information.
July 4th Celebration with the Brevard Symphony Orchestra
On Independence Day, families bring their lawn chairs and picnic supplies and gather at Riverfront Park to listen to a free concert by the Brevard Symphony Orchestra, and watch the spectacular Space Coast fireworks over Indian River. 401 Riveredge Boulevard, Cocoa. Call (321) 639-3500 for more information.
President's Job Fair
In mid-July, over 100 employers will be looking to fill thousands of career positions, and all job-seekers are invited to Central Florida Fair Exposition Park. Bring resumes, dress professionally, no children please. Sponsored by the Central Florida Employment Council. Call (407) 834-4022 for more information.
Celebrity Mascot Games
During the last weekend in July, the Amway Arena hosts over 30 professional sports team mascots, representing MLB, NBA, NHL, and NFL leagues, competing in stunts and games in this unique 3-day contest. Call (407) 648-4900 for more information.
August
Sounds of Summer
Beginning in June and extending through August on selected Thursday evenings at Harry P. Leu Gardens, musicians from the Philharmonic present varied programs including Going for Baroque. Call (407) 896-6700 for more information.
College Park Rotary Barbecue
Staged at Orlando's Edgewater High School, the Rotary of College Park piles on the fun with a barbecue dinner of pulled pork, chicken, and trimmings before the football kickoff between Edgewater Eagles and Oakridge Pioneers. Call (407) 522-6151 for more information.
FireFest
Antique fire trucks and equipment will be on display at the Orange County Regional History Century at Heritage Square in mid-August, along with programs covering fire safety and the local history of the fire department, firefighting contests, demonstrations, food, crafts, and mingling with local firefighters. 65 East Central Boulevard. Call (407) 836-8500 for more information.
Summer Music Games World Championships
Drum Corps International stages worldchampionships at the Florida Citrus Bowl. Call (630) 495-9866 for more information.
September
College Football
NCAA Football, created in 1997 to promote college football ideals, makes no bones about the importance of each game. Losing at any time during the season can thwart a team's chances for postseason action or an NCAA Championship. No wonder NCAA Football marketers have adopted a tagline of "NCAA Football: Every Game Counts."
Bethune-Cookman Wildcats, UCF Golden Knights


911 Charity for Charities
September 11 brings the annual 911 Charity for Charities, a gala with many Central Florida non-profits pooling resources to produce one of the largest FUNdraisers of its kind at the Orange County Convention Center. On tap are Vegas-style gaming, bands, silent / live auctions, dinner and more.
Mexican Fiesta
Commemorating Mexican Independence Day, the fiesta highlights Mexican traditions, food, music and more at Lake Eola Park. Call (407) 895-5061 for more information.
New Smyrna Beach Jazz Festival
Staged on Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna's Jazz Festival includes performances, fashion show, wine tasting and more. Nearby attractions include shops, art galleries and bird watching in a biologically diverse estuary. Call (800) 541-9621 for more information.
OUC Downtown Orlando Triathlon
In mid-September, the Orlando Utilities Commission sponsors a race that begins with a swim at Lake Underhill, followed by a bike ride and run through downtown Orlando, ending at Wall Street Plaza with a post race festival including food and drink specials, live music and other family friendly activities. Call (407) 648-4900 for more information.
Alcon / Heart of Florida United Way Golf Classic
Stoneybrook Golf Club East is the scene for this Alcon-hosted golf event benefiting Heart of Florida United Way. Fun includes a lunch buffet and raffle prizes. Call (407) 384-6888 for more information.
Miracle Mile
Miracle Mile, one of only three 15k runs in Florida, attracts athletes from across the nation to race, starting at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children & Women. Call (321) 841-5836 for more information.
Orlando Home Show
Orlando Home Show, at Orange County Convention Center, is among the region's largest consumer showcases for remodeling and interior décor. Call (800) 645-7798 for more information.
Osceola Art Festival
Artists feature oil paintings, sculptures, photography, and more at Kissimmee's Lakefront Park. Call (407) 931-1646 for more information.
Real Estate Expo
As a pioneer in consumer real estate shows, Real Estate Expo, Inc. conducts its Orlando expo to bring together builders, developers, realty firms, financial institutions, home design firms and ancillary industries under one roof to provide a one-stop resource to investors and buyers. Call (305) 531-4663 for more information.
Mayhem on Virginia
At the end of September, producers of the monthly Ivanhoe Village Street Party present a special extravaganza featuring all kinds of live entertainment, food and craft vendors, specials in neighboring establishments, and much more all along Virginia Drive, just east of Lake Ivanhoe. Ivanhoe Village, 2 blocks east of Mills Avenue. Call (407) 587-5764 for more information.
October
Viva Osceola Festival
Held in early to mid October, Viva Osceola Festival celebrates Latin culture at Valencia Community College Campus, 1800 Denn John Lane, Kissimmee. Call (407) 847-3174 for more information.
Boot Hill Saloon Biketoberfest Party
East of Orlando across from the Daytona Beach cemetery, this saloon serves as the central region's Biketoberfest capital, with live music to the crunch of chainsaw ice sculpturing. Call (386) 258-9506 for more information.
Dick Batchelor Run & Kids' Fun Run
Participants are encouraged to come in Halloween costumes for this holiday sporting event at downtown Orlando's Lake Eola Park with lots of treats and plenty to entertain kids. Call (321) 841-5836 for more information.
Calle Orange
Calle Orange, spreading out over 16 blocks of downtown Orlando, has kiosks lining streets, bands performing on stages and more. Call (407) 381-5310 for more information.
Oktoberfest in Kissimmee
Kissimmee's Osceola Heritage Park stages the family-oriented Oktoberfest with authentic German food, beer and wine, great live entertainment, and cash prizes. Call (321) 697-3333 for more information.
Oktoberfest in Celebration
On the second weekend in October, Celebration Town Center becomes a German biergarten, where Autumn is celebrated with live music, food and assorted vendors, falling leaves on Market Street, hay rides and more. Call (407) 566-4007 for more information.
Crème de la Craft
The day-long Crème de la Craft, staged in downtown Celebration, features arts, crafts and live entertainment. Call (407) 566-1234 for more information.
Halloween Horror Nights
Throughout October, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure feature haunted houses, spooky shows and lots of roaming monsters. Call (877) 284-GORY for more information.
Buckler's Holiday Craft Fair
At both St. Lucie County Fairgrounds near Fort Pierce and the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, this show features one-of-a-kind items in gold / silver jewelry, home accessories, pet items, homemade fudge and more. Call (386) 860-0092 for more information.
WOBtoberfest
German beers, live entertainment and authentic German cuisine are featured at World of Beer's Oktoberfest on the campus of the University of Central Florida. 3402 Technological Avenue. Call (321) 235-9741 for more information.
Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween
Mickey hosts a Halloween party featuring trick-or-treating around the park, a children's costume parade and more in the Magic Kingdom Park. Call (407) 824-4321 for more information.
Downtown Oktoberfest
Over a weekend in mid to late October, in the heart of downtown Orlando, the official celebration of the Honorary Consul of Germany features a biergarten with Oktoberfest beer and traditional German fare, live entertainment, a "Fun"garten of fall crafts, carnival and yard games for the kids, supplied by local vendors. Trinity Downtown, Livingston Street between Rosalind Avenue and Ruth Lane. Call (407) 353-0253 for more information.
Polish Fest
Polish food, polka competition and more make for a festive annual celebration of all things Polish at the Winter Park Elks Lodge. Call (407) 365-2586 for more information.
International Food and Wine Festival
From late October through mid-November, cooking demonstrations and food and wine sampling from around the world takes place at Epcot Theme Park. Call (407) 824-4321 for more information.
Lake Eola Celebration in the Park
Orlando's Lake Eola Park features singers, bands and musicians from Walt Disney World Resort, with food, games and fireworks. Call (407) 246-2827 for more information.
Veg Fest
Veg Fest gives you an unparalleled opportunity to enjoy a diverse cross-section of vegetarian cuisine and lifestyle. Discover new products and ideas from exhibitors and enjoy a wide variety of presentations and cooking demos. Non-vegetarian's welcome. Call (321) 331-1859 for more information.
Shamu's Halloween Spooktacular
SeaWorld Adventure Park's Halloween festivities treat families to a safe, happy celebrations with parades, costumes and Halloween-inspired shows. Call (800) 327-2424 for more information.
Boggy Bayou Mullet Festival
In the Florida Panhandle, north of Destin between Panama City and Pensacola, Niceville's Boggy Bayou Mullet Festival draws throngs for quality art, crafts, and a staggering array of food concessions including the humble fish so key to area livelihood. Call (850) 729-4545 for more information.
Halloween in the Village
Bring the kids to trick-or-treat at Riverfront Park in Historic Cocoa Village in downtown Cocoa, where merchants and locals participate in the festivities, on the night of October 30. Call (321) 639-3500 for more information.
November
National Basketball Association
Toronto, Canada was the site of the National Basketball League's first game on Nov. 1, 1946, with the Huskies hosting the New York Knickerbockers at Maple Leaf Gardens. Thirteen original rules were drafted by Dr. James Naismith, creator of basketball. Pro basketball suffered in popularity in the early 1950's, but one rule change -- that of the 24-second clock -- transformed the sport from a dull, stalling game to an exciting, offensive showcase. Icons along the way, from Bob Cousy and Wilt Chamberlain to Magic Johnson, Larry Bird and Michael Jordan, have immortalized what's now the National Basketball Association's game, creating long-standing rivalries from coast to coast.
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College Basketball
First devised by James Naismith in 1891, with the first recorded collegiate game in 1893, legions testify there's no sound so soothing as a basketball whooshing through the net after a flick of the wrist. NCAA basketball brings grass roots hoop dreams to an entirely new level each fall, building toward March Madness, the NCAA Division Basketball Championships.
Bethune-Cookman Wildcats, Stetson Hatters, UCF Golden Knights

UF - UGA Football Bus Charter
During the first week in November, you can skip all of the driving and parking hassles with chartered round trip bus transportation from Orlando to Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, arriving in plenty of time to enjoy all of the tailgating festivities. Call (407) 514-2611 for more information.
Woof It Up - Responsible Dog Ownership Day
During the first week in November, Riverfront Park in historic downtown Cocoa hosts the Brevard County Dog Training Club in an all day program of training demonstrations, presentations by local rescue organizations, and more for dogs and their owners. Call (321) 639-3500 for more information.
Tribute to the Latin Heritage
Over the second weekend in November, Cranes Roost Park at Uptown Altamonte in Altamonte Springs hosts the annual Latin Festival (Tributo a la Herencia Latina), which features authentic food, live music and dancing, bounce houses, face-painting and more for the kids, and programs to raise awareness about the poor and needy in central Florida. Call (407) 383-7695 for more information.
Festival of the Masters
Downtown Disney is the site of this acclaimed open air art festival. Call (407) 934-7639 for more information.
Festival of the Trees
Festival of the Trees features designer Christmas trees, carolers, seminars and more at the Orlando Museum of Art. Call (407) 672-3838 for more information.
Baldwin Park Auto Show
In mid-March and November, the neighborhood of Baldwin Park hosts dealers and collectors of vintage hot rods, customs, classics and antiques, accompanied by music of the period, where the public can get close to the cars of their dreams in this fun open air event. Call (407) 937-9129 for more information.
Florida Storytelling Festival
A pair of National storytellers and a couple of Florida storytellers, along with student storytellers and a few ghosts manage to hold crowds spellbound. Call (407) 644-2451 for more information.
Taste of the Village
In mid-November, Riverfront Park in historic downtown Cocoa hosts an exhibition of food, products and services offered by local merchants, accompanied by live musicians throughout the evening. Call (321) 639-3500 for more information.
Fight for Air Climb
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, and on the 2nd Saturday, the American Lung Association sponsors a vertical stair climb race at the Bank of America Center in downtown Orlando, with proceeds going to the fight against lung disease. 390 North Orange Avenue. Call (407) 425-5864 for more information.
Christmas Tree Lighting
During the week of Thanksgiving, the Riverfront Park Christmas tree is lit, and children are welcome to visit with Santa Claus, and watch an outdoor movie. Historic downtown Cocoa. Call (321) 639-3500 for more information.
Fiesta in the Park
Outdoor fun and family events, arts and crafts star at more than 600 booths at Lake Eola Park. Call (407) 246-2827 for more information.
Now Snowing Nightly
From late November to New Year's Eve, downtown Celebration provides strolling carolers and entertainment along with photo opportunities. On Wednesday evenings, pets can have their photo taken with Santa. Call (407) 566-1234 for more information.
Taste of Celebration
A Taste of Celebration on Market Street in downtown Celebration provides a sampling of food, festivity and live entertainment. Call (407) 566-1234 for more information.
Tree Lighting and Space Coast Boat Parade
At the end of November, The Riverfront Park Christmas Tree in downtown Cocoa is lit, live music is featured, and the kids can visit Santa Claus, skate on the ice rink, and enjoy a classic Christmas movie on the outdoor screen. Call (407) 566-1234 for more information.
December
Christmas in the Park
Celebrants gather at Winter Park's Charles Hosmer Morse Museum for the annual lighting of century-old Tiffany windows with festivities including a free outdoor holiday concert performed by the Bach Festival Society. Call (407) 645-5311 for more information.
Kissimmee Holiday Extravaganza
Kissimmee's holiday event features live entertainment, some 20 tons of snow, fireworks and more, in and around Lakefront Park. For more information call (407) 932-4050.
Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Parade and Party
Throughout most of December, Mickey hosts a special parade and party with fireworks, snow flakes, cookies, hot chocolate and more. Fun starts at closing in the Magic Kingdom. Call (407) 824-4321 for more information.
New Year's Eve
Celebrants can ring in the New Year on Pleasure Island in Downtown Disney with top-name bands, fireworks, party favors, etc. Call (407) 824-4321 for more information.
Orlando Citrus Parade
Citrus fruit themed floats and marching bands from all over the nation converge on downtown Orlando for this quarter-century old spectacular. Call (407) 423-2476 for more information.
Osborne Family Spectacle of Lights
From late November through the holidays, this light show transplanted from a private residence (after neighbors complained) to Disney MGM Studios, features carolers and some five million lights. Call (407) 824-4321 for more information.
Snow in the Village
Starting in mid-December, holiday carolers, hot chocolate and lots of real snow are featured at Riverfront Park in historic downtown Cocoa, throughout the holiday season. Call (321) 639-3500 for more information.
OUC Half Marathon and 5K in Orlando
Orlando‘s Lake Eola Park serves as the site for this nearly three decade old annual event with complimentary refreshments and live music, sponsored by the Orlando Utilities Commission. Call (407) 423-2476 for more information.
Tangerine Bowl
College football's best kick off the bowl season at the Florida Citrus Bowl. Call (407) 423-2476 for more information.
Port Orange Arts & Craft Show
The Port Orange Association of the Arts hosts vendors, craftsmen and artists in May and December in the town of Port Orange near Daytona Beach, about an hour's drive northeast of Orlando. Call (386) 756-8700 for more information.
FloridaProspects Invitational
Held just before Christmas, this 16-team girls basketball tournament showcases talented student athletes from all over the state to some of the top college programs in the country, at Dr. Phillips High School on Turkey Lake Road. Call (407) 884-0550 for more information.
Cocoa's Family New Year's Eve
From 5 - 9pm on New Year's Eve, Riverfront Park in historic downtown Cocoa hosts a free family friendly party featuring the only place in Brevard County where kids can participate in a balloon drop, and adults can enjoy live entertainment on 3 stages. 401 Riveredge Boulevard, Cocoa. Call (321) 639-3500 for more information.

This page is intended to be an overview only. For a complete list of current Orlando-area events, please have a look at the Orlando EventGuide.

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