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Two Fairbanks Alaska Events Named as ABA Top 100

April 12, 2014 Accolades No Comments Email Email

Inclusion in the Top 100 list, published as a supplement to the September/October issue ofDestination magazine, indicates that the two events offer excellent entertainment to both tour groups and individual travelers from around the world, according to the ABA.

Fairbanks has rich cultural traditions manifested in events like the Festival of Native Arts (FNA). The FNA incorporates Native dance, music, and traditional arts of primarily Alaska Natives, as well as other cultures from the continental United States, Russia, Japan, and Canada.

The public was welcome to the free 41st Annual that was held on February 27, 28, and March 1, 2014The Midnight Sun Festival is Alaska’s largest single-day event with a 32-year history of celebrating sunshine in the Golden Heart City.

The free 12-hour street fair is marked by 30,000 attendees perusing hundreds of vendors and 33 live performances, and is host to gold panning, break dancing, and a climbing wall. The 2014 event is scheduled for June 22, 2014.

With the release of the ABA’s 2014 Top 100 Events in North America, the organization celebrates 32 years of the program. What began as a way for motorcoach operators to incorporate new product into their itineraries has grown to one of the most sought-after lists by travel professionals, motorcoach operators, and the general public. The Top 100 Events list is available at http://www.buses.org/news-publications/Top-100.

For more information on these and other events in the Fairbanks region, go to http://www.explorefairbanks.com/events

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