The Best June 2023 Events in Every State

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Scott Hartbeck
by Scott Hartbeck
Last updated: 1:55 PM ET, Tue May 30, 2023


Start your month off at the North Alabama African Heritage Festival in Tuscumbia near Muscle Shoals (June 2-3), where all in attendance will be able to experience African culture, arts & crafts and delicious food. Tuscumbia will also host the Hellen Keller Festival (June 22-25), which will once again pay tribute to America’s “First Lady of Courage” with a parade, arts & crafts, and entertainment including a special performance of the state’s official outdoor drama: The Miracle Worker. The end of the month is also a great time to head to Chilton County for the Peach Jam Jubilee (June 24), a festival full of fun and "peachy" eats that will feature a performance from country artist Niko Moon.


First and foremost, the 52nd Sitka Music Festival will bring the soothing sounds of chamber music to venues around town through June 25. Then,  the village of Chicken will host its quirky Chickenstock Music Festival on June 16-17, which will once again fill up the days with good times and great music. Alaskans are serious about celebrating summer and the signature soiree of the season is the Midnight Sun Festival in downtown Fairbanks (June 24). Join thousands of revelers at the state's biggest one-day event as they fully embrace the nearly 24 hours of light the city receives at this time of year with live music, great bites, and local shopping. Also happening that week is the 118th Midnight Sun Baseball Game (June 21), which sees the Alaska Goldpanners take on their competition at midnight without the use of any artificial lights.


Sure, the mercury in other parts of the Grand Canyon State is already approaching triple digits, but the breezes will be cool up north in Flagstaff, which will host two great festivals this month. Start things off at the Hullabaloo Festival (June 3-4), an eclectic party dedicated to celebrating all things Flagstaff (think bike parade, circus performers, costume contests and much more). Next, the Flagstaff Blues and Brews Festival (June 9-10) returns to town, bringing with it cold beer and great sounds from an array of stellar acts, with just a few of the names set to take the stage being Samantha Fish, Kenny Neal and Larkin Poe. Another great event this month is Fan Fusion (June 2-4) in Phoenix, the Valley’s leading comic book and pop culture convention. 


June kicks off with a one-of-a-kind event in Hot Springs: the World Championship Running of the Tubs (June 2-3), which will once again see bathtubs (and their costumed drivers) streaking down historic Bathhouse Row. In Little Rock, the Mosaic Templars Cultural Museum will host its legendary Juneteenth celebration on June 17, featuring a 5K, great food, and excellent entertainment including a performance from Mya. Other events in the Natural State include the Fort Smith Riverfront Blues Festival on June 17 and Northwest Arkansas Pride Weekend—the largest Pride event in the state—on June 24.  


The Outloud Music Festival (June 2-4) will kick off Pride proceedings in West Hollywood with revelry and concert performances from Idina Menzel, Grace Jones, and Carly Rae Jepsen while Carmel-by-the-Sea will host its annual Carmel Culinary Week on June 2-10. In Monterey County, the food extravaganza that is the Artichoke Festival returns to town on June 10-11 while the Conejo Valley Days carnival and community celebration will take place in Thousand Oaks on June 15–25.


If you dig quirky festivals with even wackier backstories, then the Mike the Headless Chicken Festival June 2-3 is for you as this party is dedicated to a local bird who became a national celebrity after living for a while after being, well, separated from his head. Those same dates will see Telluride celebrate its 40th annual Balloon Festival and Greeley hold its annual Blues Jam. Telluride will also be the place to be for its 50th Annual Bluegrass Festival (June 15-18) as artists like The String Cheese Incident, Greensky Bluegrass, Sam Bush Band and Robert Plant & Alison Krauss are set to perform. 


The coastal town of Norwalk will welcome back the always-fun Docktails & Oysters event on June 3, once again featuring the freshest seafood dishes and tasty drinks. Over in Essex, music filled with the spirit of the sea will be on the agenda at the 2nd Annual Connecticut Sea Music Festival (June 9-12). Then, why not finish off your June by the water at the Mystic River Jam Festival (June 23-24) where you'll be treated to the sounds of country, rock, reggae and blues at Mystic Shipyard. 


The St. Anthony's Italian Festival—the region’s biggest event dedicated to Italian heritage and having a good time—returns to Wilmington on June 11-18, bringing with it the usual array of great carnival rides and mouthwatering food. Elsewhere in the state, the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand will host its annual Summer Concert Series on weekends throughout the month and back in Wilmington, the Clifford Brown Jazz Festival returns to town on June 21-24 with performances from Kamasi Washington, Keyon Harrold, KEM, Angelique Kidjo and many more. 


There’s no better place to be at the start of the month than in Panama City at the Gulf Coast Jam (June 1-4), a country music festival that will feature artists like Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Kane Brown and many more. In Miami, the American Black Film Festival will shine a light on great films on June 14-18 and Wynwood Pride Music Festival will take place on June 10-11. Down south, Key West will be painted rainbow colors during Key West Pride on June 7-11 and the Mango Fest Key West takes over the island on June 22-25. 


Start your month off at the Chattahoochee Nature Center for the 24th Annual Flying Colors Butterfly Festival (June 3-4), where all in attendance will be invited into the enchanting world of butterflies, then pay a visit to the Atlanta Fringe Festival (June 5-11) to take in comedy, dance, theater and circus arts performances. Naturally, there’s a Georgia Peach Festival, and this stellar event returns to the towns of Fort Valley (June 2-3) and Byron (June 10) with live music, fireworks and the world’s largest peach cobbler. Head back to Atlanta for the Juneteenth Atlanta Parade & Music Festival (June 16-18), which will feature its signature Black History Parade alongside a 5K, food vendors and “edutainment”.


The one-of-a-kind Kapalua Resort on Maui will play host to the 42nd Annual Kapalua Wine & Food Festival on June 8-11, which will once again be an unforgettable experience for all food & wine lovers. Elsewhere, The 106th King Kamehameha Celebration Floral Parade will take place in Honolulu on June 11 (King Kamehameha Day), paying tribute to one of the most iconic monarchs in all of Hawaiian history just as many other events in the state will do that weekend. On Kauai, Hanapepe will hold its annual Soto Zen Bon Festival (complete with hundreds of lanterns and traditional dance) on June 16-17. 


Stop by the small town of Emmett for their cherished annual Cherry Festival (June 14-17), which will once again feature plenty of fun free things to do for the entire family. Over in Boise, the Alive After Five summer concert series kicks off on June 21 for the season with a performance by the Black Tones. Elsewhere in Idaho, the Hwy 30 Music Festival (June 21-24), will bring country, red dirt, rock and Americana music back to Twin Falls and last but not least, whether you have Welsh heritage or not, make for Malad on June 30 for the kick off of the annual Malad Valley Welsh Festival and take part in Welsh games, great food and poetry.


No big city rolls out the red carpet for summer quite like the Windy City and once again this year, the summer will be filled with festivals, concerts and foodie get-togethers. Start your month off at the Lincoln Park Greek Festival (June 2-4), a party filled with gyros, feta and plenty of dancing & singing then embrace the Blues at Millenium Park June 8-11, which happens to be the largest free Blues festival in the country. Classical music returns to the city as the Grant Park Music Festival kicks off on June 14, while hip-hop lovers will want to circle June 23-24 on their calendars as the Summer Smash Hip Hop Festival takes over Bridgeview with performances by Kid Cudi, Future, Playboi Carti and more. 


Lovers of sticky, slow-cooked meats will want to make a beeline for Headwaters Park in Fort Wayne for the 26th Annual BBQ Ribfest, while over in Battle Ground, The 51st Annual Fiddlers’ Gathering (June 23-25) will bring the sensational sound of fiddling and assorted fun to town. In Indianapolis, the Eiteljorg Museum's Indian Market and Festival will showcase Native American culture and artworks during their spotlight event on June 24-25.


Head to the small town of State Center for the 65th Annual State Center Rose Festival (June 15-18) and join the locals as they celebrate their historic rose garden and throw a memorable summer party. Later in the month, the Des Moines Arts Festival (June 23-25) will return to Western Gateway Park, once again showing off works from excellent artists from around the USA and offering up sensational food and a roster of excellent entertainment like The 502s, Sister Hazel, B2wins, Satsang and more. 


Start your month off at Old Shawnee Days (June 1-4) in Shawnee for some classic All-American fun then make for Wichita, where Riverfest—the largest outdoor festival in the state—returns on June 2-10. Once again, the event will feature fireworks, classic car shows, a carnival and fun runs in addition to stellar entertainment on stage from the likes of Shaggy, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, Gin Blossoms, Le’Andria Johnson, Edén Muñoz and others. Elsewhere in The Sunflower State, the town of Lindsborg will pay respect to its Scandinavian roots with their traditional Swedish Midsummer’s Festival on June 17. 


Head to Danville as the Great American Brass Band Festival (June 1-4) returns to town bringing some of the finest brass bands in the nation. Then, over in Louisville, the Ali Festival (June 2-11) will once again pay tribute to the impact on society that Muhammad Ali had through history, fitness and art events at the Muhammad Ali Center. Last but not least, The Shakespeare Festival returns to Louisville's Central Park this summer with performances this month of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth and Love’s Labor’s Lost.


Kick off your summer in Krotz Springs at the Sportsmen's Heritage Festival (June 1-3), a gathering that celebrates the local woodlands and wetlands with live music, great food, a corn hole tournament and even a wild game cookoff. The Louisiana Peach Festival will take place in Ruston on June 3 and will once again feature tasty food (yes, there will be plenty of peachy goodies), art and live music. In New Orleans, the culture of southwest Louisiana will be toasted at the Cajun-Zydeco Concert Series will take place June 2-17 the iconic Essence Festival of Culture will kick off on with a bang on June 30 with a greate night of live music that will be headlined by Ms. Lauryn Hill.


Portland is the place to be for Pride Portland! on June 17 and the Bach Virtuosi Festival on June 20-27, while the last week of the month is the time to be in Boothbay Harbor for its legendary Windjammer Days Festival (June 25-July 1). The region’s maritime heritage will be celebrated with gusto through events like cod races, boat parades, fireworks and plenty of fresh seafood. Last but not least, the Greek Festival will take place in Portland on June 24. 


Annapolis Art Day (June 10) will shine a light on the city's artistic side with everything from improv, theater, comedy and sculpture. Meanwhile, Baltimore is Maryland’s best spot to be over Juneteenth Weekend (June 17-18) as the AFRAM Juneteenth Festival will once again celebrate the rich African-American heritage of the city with activities, vendors and excellent live music from the likes of The Isley Brothers, Ty Dolla $ign, Kid Capri, Spinderella and many more. 


The Boston Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival is back on June 11 and it will once again feature delicious food, Asian cultural performances and racing on the waters of the Charles River. Patriot Place in Foxborough will host its beloved all-you-can-eat ice cream festival known as Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl on June 2-3 and lovers of great filmmaking will want to make their way to Nantucket for the Nantucket Film Festival (June 21-26). Last but not least, the Green River Festival (June 23-25) is back at Franklin County Fairgrounds with sets from artists like Three Sacred Souls, Cory Wong, Alisa Amador and many more.


Michiganders wait all year for summer and the fun really gets going in June. Just a few of the great events going on early in the month are the 74th Annual Lilac Festival (June 9-18) on Mackinac Island and the Bavarian Festival in Frankenmuth (June 8-11), the latter a soiree dedicated to lederhosen and German entertainment. Highlights of the second half of the month are Harborfest in South Haven (June 16-17)—an event that celebrates summer with live music, tasty food and dragon boat races—Original Lavender Festival (June 23-25), which will offer all in attendance at Eastern Michigan Fairgrounds a feast for the senses. 


The town of Grand Rapids will once again toast its most famous native daughter Judy Garland with three days of good times at the Judy Garland Festival (June 8-10) and Lake City will celebrate its role as the birthplace of water skiing during Water Ski Days (June 23-25), an adrenaline-pumping water ski show alongside concerts and parades. Head to the small town of Akeley on the last weekend of the month for Paul Bunyan Days (June 23-25), a party dedicated to the town’s most legendary local resident. 


The South Mississippi Summer Fair (June 8-18) returns to Biloxi’s Mississippi Coast Coliseum this year with its collection of family-friendly rides, competitions and great live music. Up north in Tupelo, The King will once again be put on a pedestal at the annual Elvis Festival (June 7-11), which will celebrate the town’s most famous native son with tribute acts, 5K, and even a “Fling with the King” disc golf tournament.


West Plains is the place to be at the start of the month for the 40th annual Bluegrass Festival (June 1-3) where Route 3 and River Bend will be just two of the fine acts taking to the stage. Kansas City will raise a glass to its rich Italian heritage during the annual Festa Italiana (June 2-4) gathering on the other side of Mo’, the St. Louis Shakespeare Festival will be putting on a free production of Twelfth Night through June 25 inside the city’s beloved Forest Park.


Big Sky Country bubbles over with fun during the summer and the town of Dillon is a great place to get started as it will hold this year’s June Jubilee on June 3, a classic small-town festival complete with pie-eating contensts, carnival games and a rubber duck race. Over in Bozeman, June 9 will mark the start of Art Walks 2023 season, a monthly event where musicians take to Main Street while galleries open their doors to art lovers and elsewhere, Pioneer Power Days will make its return to Central Montana on June 10-11, an event which celebrates 1900s Montana in all its forms. 


June in The Cornhusker State is synonymous with one event and one event alone: The College World Series. Head to town during the event (June 15-26) to see teams from all over the country compete for the NCAA Men’s Baseball title and join their fans by enjoying the spirit of competition and a good time downtown. Elsewhere in the state, NEBRASKAland Days Rodeo & Concert Festival will take place June 14-24 in North Platte with featured performances from Jason Aldean, Cody Johnson, Morgan Wade and Lainey Wilson among others. And last but not least, Norfolk will once again celebrate comedy and their most famous native son Johnny Carson at the Great American Comedy Festival (June 15-17).


The Silver State takes its Basque heritage seriously with numerous festivals throughout the year, but the Winnemucca Basque Festival kicks things off with a bash dedicated to Basque traditions (everything from unique sports to authentic food & drink), which is scheduled for June 10-11. In Las Vegas, the Nevada Women's Film Festival (June 22-25) will feature scores of movies from around the world by and about women. Naturally, The Strip will be hot all month long as the Vegas pool party scene swings into high gear and high-profile performances are scheduled from the likes of Garth Brooks, Usher, Barry Manilow and many more. And in Reno, the month is stacked with special events like the Reno River Festival (June 9-11) and Reno Rodeo (June 14-24).  

New Hampshire

The pretty lakeside town of Laconia will welcome its 100th Annual Motorcycle Week on June 10-18, a get-together that is widely considered to be the world’s oldest motorcycle rally. Concerts, flat track events, motorcycle demos & rides and plenty of other fun events make it an unforgettable experience for riders and just those who relish a summer festival. Afterward, head to Hampton Beach for the Sand Sculpting Classic (June 15-17) before heading to downtown Concord on June 22-24 for the 49th annual Market Days Festival, a street party full of food booths, shopping stalls, and great live music. 

New Jersey

Jersey really cranks up the summer vibes come June and all over the Garden State, you'll find great things to do this month. The Atlantic City Beer & Music Festival (June 3-4) will kick off the fun with two days of great beer and sensational music from 311 & Dropkick Murphys. The Barefoot Country Music Festival (June 15-18) will return to the Shore at Wildwood with huge names like Blake Shelton, Darius Rucker, HARDY, Jon Pardi and many more. In East Rutherford, State Fair Meadowlands returns for over two weeks full of fun (think live music, carnival rides and great food) on June 22.

New Mexico

Red River’s annual Vino in the Valley: Art & Wine Festival returns on June 16-18 and will once again feature great art, wine, and food from the region. The click of castanets and the entrancing rhythms of flamenco will take over the stage at the Festival Flamenco (June 9-17) and in historic Santa Fe, The 74th Annual Rodeo de Santa Fe will take place on June 21-24. 

New York

The Big Apple buzzes all summer long, with just a few of the great events scheduled for this June being the Tribeca Film Festival (June 7-18), the kick-off of the SummerStage concert series (performances by Hippo Campus on June 3 and Indigo Girls and the 41st Annual Mermaid Parade at Coney Island on June 17. Upstate, Taste of Syracuse is set to take place on June 2-3 and the Ithaca Reggae Fest is scheduled for June 23-24.

North Carolina

The Carolina Beach Music Festival (June 2-3) returns to Carolina Beach, honoring the region’s distinct “beach music” sound through live performances on the sand. In Boone, they will host the 2nd Annual High Country Jazz Festival on June 9-11 with names like the legendary Count Basie Orchestra, Emmet Cohen Trio and Reggie Buie Group performing. Elsewhere in the Tar Heel State, the Blueberry Festival returns to Burgaw on June 16-17 and the Rogallo Kite Festival takes to the skies above Nags Head on those same dates.    

North Dakota

Fargo will once again kick off summer with Happy Harry's Ribfest (June 7-10) an event that will take place at the Fargodome and feature plenty of mouthwatering barbecue in addition to music from Diamond Rio, Fuel and Lit. Then, bounce over to Bismarck on June 15 for the 12th Annual Downtowners Art & Wine Walk to sip some great wine while you contemplate the local artworks.


Troy will once again start summer with a bang at their annual Strawberry Festival (June 3-4), which will feature well over 100 arts, crafts and food vendors. Avon (near Cleveland) will hold its annual Duck Tape Festival on June 16-18, once again celebrating everybody’s favorite "fix antyhing tape" with unique Duck tape creations, carnival rides and great food & drink. Finish off June on Put-in-Bay for the annual Pyrate Fest (June 23-26) to embrace your inner swashbuckler by sipping rum-laced libations and witnessing real cannon fire. 


Once again, Durant is the finest destination in the state early in the month as their beloved annual Magnolia Festival returns on June 1-3 with a range of carnival rides, fair food, shopping booths and fireworks. Elsewhere, the 40th Annual Jazz in June will take place in Norman on June 15-17 (Christian McBride, Steve Wiest and Isaiah Sharkey are some of the big names performing) and the OKM Music Festival takes place in Bartlesville on June 8-12. 


June is typically the month when most of the major events of Portland’s famed Rose Festival take place and this year is no exception. Running through June 11, some of the best events at this year’s festival include the Starlight Parade (June 3), Junior Parde (June 7) Grand Floral Parade (June 10) and City Fair rides & amusements (through June 11) and Juneteenth parade and celebration (June 16-18). Elsewhere, Astoria will celebrate Midsummer the Scandinavian way on June 16-18 while the town of Tigard sees its annual Festival of Balloons take to the sky on June 23-25.


Pittsburgh will once again host its Three Rivers Arts Festival on June 2-11, bringing concerts across a range of genres, artistic performances and artwork to the city. Elsewhere, the Laurel Festival returns to Brookville on June 10-17 (expect everything from art shows to powerlifting and plenty of all-American events in between) and the Chinese Lantern Festival in Philadelphia’s Franklin Square kicks off on June 21.

Rhode Island

The Rhode Island coast comes alive each summer as sailboats and other vessels take to the water and the state is full of equally fun things to do on dry land, too. Three examples are the Newport International Polo Series will kick off on June 3 with a contest between the USA and Ukraine, the Newport Flower Show (June 23-25) and Newport Pride (June 23-25).

South Carolina

The spectacular Spoleto Performing Arts Festival will run through June 11 in Charleston, featuring theatre, opera, ballet and live music. The Carolina Country Music Festival comes back to Myrtle Beach on June 8-11 with big-name artists like Brooks & Dunn, Miranda Lambert, Kenny Chesney and scores more. Elsewhere, Columbia will host the South Carolina Juneteenth Freedom Festival on June 17-19, a celebration that will include food trucks, carnival rides, a parade and concerts from the likes of Yolanda Adams, Tye Tribbett and more.   

South Dakota

Start your summer off by taking a step way back in time at the Fort Sisseton Historical Festival (June 2-4), an event that recreates a military camp in order to offer all visitors a taste of what Frontier life would have been like. Then, make a move to the Rush No More Resort & Campground near Sturgis for three days of great tunes and summer fun at the 42nd Annual Black Hills Bluegrass Festival (June 23-25).


Start your month off in cool Chattanooga for the 40th Annual Riverbend Festival (June 2-4), a concert event which will feature Maren Morris, Trombone Shorty, Goose, Coin and much more. The 50th CMA Festival (June 8-11) will bring A-list country artists to Nashville with dozens of shows across multiple venues in town, with artists like HARDY, Jon Pardi, Dan + Say and Eric Church being just a few of the sensational artists scheduled to appear. Also in Nashville, Freedom Fest (June 17-18) will celebrate Juneteenth with food trucks, live music and games. Elsewhere, Bonnaroo returns to Manchester on June 15-18 with A-list headliners Foo Fighters, Odesza, and Kendrick Lamar in addition to scores more excellent acts. 


In the town of Kerrville, the 51st annual Folk Festival will run through June 11 featuring 18 nights of excellent folk music and in Austin, the start of the month will see the ATX Television Festival (June 1-4) bring a “film festival” vibe for the small screen and the Cine Las Americas International Film Festival take place on June 7-11. If you’re into rodeo, head on down to Pecos for the annual West of the Pecos Rodeo on June 21-24, an event that is said to be the world’s oldest rodeo. 


Salt Lake City will once again be the place to be for the state’s biggest blues gathering as June 16-17 sees the return of the Utah Blues Festival to town. Elsewhere, Fork Fest (June 16-17) will once again feature Utah artists in American Fork, with just a few of the acts performing this year being Little Moon, The Aces and Joshua James. Last but not least, the Utah Arts Festival returns to Salt Lake City on June 23-25, showcasing poetry, art, music and dance. 


Burlington’s legendary Discover Jazz Festival is back for another year and it's sure to be one of the finest editions as the festival will celebrate its 40th anniversary. Lakecia Benjamin will curate a diverse range of performers playing at venues all over town from June 7-11. The city will also play host to the Wine & Food Festival on June 24 and elsewhere in the state, the Vermont Dairy Festival returns to Enosburg Falls on June 1-4. 


Norfolk Harborfest—America's largest and oldest free maritime festival—returns on June 9-11 with tall ships, mouthwatering food, great live music (Morris Day & The Time and Cracker among many others) alongside plenty of other fun diversions. The Potomac River Festival in Colonial Beach will also take place on June 9-11 and later on in the month, the Red Wing Roots Music Festival (June 23-25) returns to Mount Solon with sensational roots music in the great outdoors.


Seattle is the spot to be this month as the city will play host to multiple Pride events that will all lead up to the June 25 Pride Parade. Once again, Gorge will play host to the Beyond Wonderland Festival (June 17-18), a top-notch electronic music festival that will see DJs like Afrojack, Dillon Francis and many more lay down the beats and back in Seattle, the Fremont Fair (June 17-18), will celebrate the summer solstice a roster of fun events including a parade. 

West Virginia

Start your summer off properly by heading to the Mountain Music Festival (June 1-3) at Ace Adventure Resort, which will feature sets from The Infamous Stringdusters, Les Claypool’s Fearless Flying Frog Brigade and many more. Elsewhere, The Renaissance Festival (June 3-25, weekends only) returns to Lewisburg and WV Fest will celebrate heritage and arts in downtown Charles Town on June 17.


Make sure you’re in Fond du Lac on June 9-11 as Walleye Weekend will once again kick off summer in style with a wide range of family-friendly activities (everything from softball tournaments to amusements, food stalls, and live music) in addition to the Walleye National Fishing Tournament. The Mural & Busker Festival returns to downtown Green Bay on June 17-18  and Ellsworth will hold its annual Cheese Curd Festival on June 23-24 featuring over 20 cheese curd dishes.


Cheyenne will hold its Hell on Wheels Rodeo and Chuck Wagon Dinner Series on June 9 and June 30 while The Woodchoppers Jamboree & Rodeo in Encampment returns on June 17-18, celebrating the ranching and timber heritage of the region through a series of exciting rodeos and woodchopping contests. That same weekend sees the small town of Chugwater hold its annual Chili Cook-Off on June 17.

The temperatures are heating up, the nights are getting longer and the festivals are in full gear: Summer is here. No other season provides us with such a great selection of great festivals and events to enjoy around the country and it's safe to say that no matter what part of the USA you call home, there is sure to be a great summer event happening near you that is worth attending. 

From concert festivals full of A-List talent to cultural celebrations, foodie gatherings and All-American carnivals, the following list of the best events in every state this June is stacked with reasons to celebrate. Will you take a road trip to attend that three-day concert festival to see your favorite artist? Or just stay close to home to take in a local arts festival? You might be able to do both if you pick the right destination! Click on the slideshow to see the best events in every state in June and have a great start to your summer. 

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