Events and Festivals in Bologna
- Modena - January 31st, festival and Corrida di San Geminiano.
- Bellaria-Igea Mariona - February 9th to 14th, festival di Santo Apollonia.
- Cento - historical carnival with many floats.
- Imola - Sfilata dei Fantaveicoli, carnival with interesting and unusual floats.
- San Giovanni in Persiceto - Bologna carnival with parade of satirical floats.
- Borgo Tossignano - Mardi Gras carnival and festivities.
- Forlimpopoli - Segavecchia, the burning of the effigy of 'Old Woman Winter' during mid-lent.
- Casalfiumanese - 2nd or 3rd Sunday in March, Bologna Ravioli Festival.
- Cavriago - 25th to 27th March, Festival del Bue Grasso, a two hundred-year-old cattle fair with many demonstrations of old crafts and also food stands.
- Rocca San Casciano, Forli - bonfire festival during the last weekend of the month.
- Sarsina - Pagnotta di Pasqua (Palm Sunday), dedicated to the traditional Easter cake.
- Vignola - Vulandra, kite and kitemakers' festival held during the 3rd or 4th weekend in April.
- Imola - Formula 1 Grand Prix of San Marino, held in late April to early May.
- Ferrara - There are many events during May in the lead-up to the Palio di San Giorgio.
- Quattro Castella - Investiture of Matilda of Canossa, recreated in period costume on the second Sunday of May.
- Borghi, Forli - Bustreng Festival, traditional cake and palio held on the second Sunday in May.
- Predappio - Sangiovese wine festival held on the 2nd Sunday in May.
- Ceriva - 'Marriage to the Sea' ceremony on Ascension day.
- Modena - Balsamica, vinegar festival with many exhibitions, special menus in restaurants and cookery classes, held from late May to early June.
- Busseto - Verdi voice competitions.
- Modena - Opera festival with many duets, historical tournaments and many spectacles.
- Marinara, Ravenna - international rally of vintage boats.
- Castel del Rio - Renaissance Festival held during the last weekend of June.
- Ravenna - popular jazz festival.
- Pomposa - music at the Pomposa abbey tthroughout July and August.
- Cervia - mid-July, VIP master tennis competitions.
- Gatteo Mare - Festa della Micizia, cat festival.
- Casina (Reggio Emilia) - Festival of Parmesan cheese.
- Casttel San Pietro Terme - Honey fair with many trade stands.
- Cervia - Mid-August, fireworks and fair.
- Lido della Nazioni - Mid-August, lake festival with fireworks.
- Ravenna - Settembre Dantesco, readings and events dedicated to Dante, culminating on the 10th of September, the anniversary of his death.
- Langhirano, Parma ham festival, held during the first week of September.
- San Marino - Crossbow competitions.
- Gaggio Montano, Bologna - Sausage festival held on the first Sunday in September.
- San Pietro in Vincoli - Late September, Festa dell'Uva, wine festival with a parade.
- Goro - Ottobre d'Oro, cultural events and films all month.
- Imola - Short film festival.
- Fragno (Pama) - Truffle festival.
- Portico di Romagna - Frutti del Sottobosco, autumn food feast / festival held on the second Sunday in October.
- San Mauro Pascoli - Festa di San Crispino, patron saint of cobblers.
- Porto Corsini - Halloween and tree festival.
- Fanano - Chestnut festival held on the first Sunday of November.
- Imola - Sangiovese wine week, second week in November.
- Modena - large antiques fair, second week in November.
- Brisighella - Olive oil festival, held on the first Sunday in December.
- Forli and Savignano - Santa Lucia.
- Sestola - Live Christmas crib with traditional bagpipes and old crafts.
- Ravenna - Big presepi displays at Christmas.
- New Year's Eve - December 31st, masses are celebrated in churches and traditionally, broken crockery is tossed from balconies. There are also many parties and general celebrations.
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