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  1. Juneau Jazz & Classics Festival

    Linda Rosenthal is a world-renowned violinist who dreamed of sharing jazz music with her community. The beautiful combination of the community’s love and support for the theme and the unique natural setting made Juneau the perfect place for a spectacular event of world-class jazz and classical music. Linda has been recognized for her contributions to…

  2. Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve

    Located 50 miles west of Juneau, this 24 million-acre National Park contains some of the most impressive tidewater glaciers worldwide. It also has experienced four major retreats and at least four massive glacial advances; it also serves as an outdoor research lab. Glacier Bay has various plants ranging from lush temperate rain forests to recovered…

  3. Alaska Folk Festival

    This festival was born on a cold winter day in 1975 when eight Juneau folk musicians decided to perform in the Alaska State Museum and proudly announced it as the First Annual Southeast Alaska Folk Festival. The audience and the musicians had a great time; it was apparent there would be more such festivals. Workshops…

  4. Juneau Maritime Festival

    Juneau’s Maritime heritage, rich culture, and commerce are celebrated through fun and unique experiences that bring together loved ones and nations worldwide. The annual Juneau Maritime Festival is usually held the first week of May to mark the beginning of summer. If you love seafood, this festival is for you. During your time at the…

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