Cultural Festivals in America
The United States is one of the best festivals celebrated countries in the world. At every festival, people celebrate with a festive atmosphere. At the time of the festival, the United States is the first country in the queue. Today we will know about the popular US festivals -
1. Independence Day
American Independence Day is July 4th. On this day in 1776, American independence was declared. The day is an important day in the national life of Americans. The American people celebrate the day with dignity and sentiment. To celebrate this day in particular, US citizens have a big party at home or a hotel. By the Bar-B-queue. Fireworks with the team at night. One of the most celebrated holidays of the entire year, the Fourth of July Independence Day celebrations all have a happy ending.
Thirty-first Night or New Year celebrates with the brightly beginning of the New Year in the United States. The United States celebrates the day with a variety of dances, songs, and exotic colors. Thirty-first night or English New Year means a happy start to the next year, with a vivid promise of forgetting the old ways and leading the way to new happiness, new dreams, and prosperity. The last day of December is celebrated all over the world as Thirty Fast Night or Happy New Year.
Halloween Festival on October 31st. Spreading of ghosts throughout the United States. The houses of the city are decorated with all the demons. All the intimidating outfits that are decorated in the shops. During the day, they are seen exchanging skills with each other for what is called a 'Happy Halloween'.
Thanksgiving Day is a very important day for Americans. Every year is celebrated in the United States on the 4th Thursday of November. Thanksgiving Giving Day is a religious and cultural event. The main purpose of Thanksgiving Day, together with family, neighbors, friends, thanked God for the success of the nation and nation for every success of everyone. On this day, turkey is the main food placed on the table. Many of one Thanksgiving Day is also called Turkey Day.
5. Christmas Day
On this day the entire United States gets dressed in festive fashion. all around, everyone enjoys this day with delight in the Christmas festival. There are also good festive conditions from the city to the marginal town. Red-green flashing lights, music flickers, and eels of people in the club. People ran from state to state. Christmas is more a social festival than a religious one. According to the custom Christmas tree is arranged in the house. Keeping under the decorated Christmas tree are all gifts for the festive season. The gift wrap will be opened on Christmas morning. Giving presents and joining the banquet with loved ones in the joy of power is an old Christmas observance in the United States. Christmas is one of the major festivals in the United States.
6. Memorial Day
This day is celebrated every year for the honorable heroes of the United States who were killed in various wars. Since 1971, the day has been a national holiday and every year, the last Monday of May is celebrated as Memorial Day. Parades and ceremonies are held in various cities of the United States on the occasion of Memorial Day.
7. Labor Day
Although International Labor Day is celebrated on the first day of May in many countries around the world, the United States celebrates Labor Day as the first Monday in September instead of the first May. This day is officially a holiday. On this day celebrating their memories. On May 1, 1886, 11 people were killed when a worker was shot dead during the demand for an 8-hour workday at the Haymarket Market in Chicago, USA. In addition, there are other events that are celebrated locally these days.
8. Veterans’ Day
Every year Veterans Day or Armistice Day was celebrated on November 11. Celebrating this day symbolizing the end of World War I. On this day the ceasefire agreement between German powers and the Allies was recalled at the Rathod village in Department, northern France. Various marches and temporary parades are held in honor of former military officers in the Washington state capital.
9. Presidents’ Day
President's Day is celebrated every year in February, commemorating the birthday of the first President of the United States, George Washington. Although George Washington's birthday is February 22, the day is celebrated almost every year on Monday. In fact, the day is commemorated by the memory of several presidents.
10. Martin Luther King Day
Martin Luther was a famous African-American human rights activist. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 for a non-violent movement to establish civil and human rights in America. He is the youngest black Nobel Peace Prize, winner. On April 4, 1964, at the age of 39, he was killed at the age of 39. Thousands of people take part in rallies and rallies in honor of the United States each year in Washington DC.
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