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Rites of Spring: Rainbow & Ramps Festival

Have you planned your Spring trip to Cherokee? There's so much to do and see!  March 26th is the annual Rainbow and Ramps Festival in Cherokee, and for only $10 a plate you can enjoy the local fare. Ramps, or wild mountain leeks, taste like a cross between garlic and onion and are served alongside friend rainbow trout, fresh caught from the crystal clear waters in Cherokee. If you're an angler, March 26th is also the Opening Day Fishing Competition with $20,000 in tagged fish! Whether you buy a plate of fish at Rainbow and Ramps festival or catch your own, this is where you'll want to be for a true "taste of Cherokee." 

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May Season Openings and Events in Cherokee, NC

May is a great month to plan a trip to Cherokee, North Carolina. The fish are biting, wildflowers are blooming, and some of the most popular attractions in Cherokee are opening for the season. Here is a list of season openings, festivals, and events happening in Cherokee this May.

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Come to the 2016 Cherokee Bluegrass Music Festival June 2 - 4

Learn all about the 2016 Cherokee Bluegrass Festival, a fun weekend of live bluegrass music that will take place June 2 – 4 in Cherokee, NC. This event will feature some of the finest bluegrass musicians found anywhere today, including Rhonda Vincent, Larry Sparks, Grand Ole Opry star Mike Snider, and International Bluegrass Music Association Entertainer of the Year winners The Gibson Brothers and Balsam Range.

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Music on the River in Cherokee–Free Concerts All Summer Long!

Don’t miss the Music on the River concert series this summer in Cherokee. Every Friday and Saturday evening you can bring your whole family to a stage right on the Oconaluftee River to hear live bands play everything from blues to bluegrass to rock and roll.  

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10 Must-See Cherokee Powwow Photos

Enjoy these 10 must-see Cherokee powwow photos taken at the recent 4th of July annual Cherokee Powwow event. The annual Cherokee powwow is the biggest powwow on the east coast, awarding winning competitors over $60,000 in prize money. The Cherokee powwow, says organizer Daniel Tramper, is "a celebration of life." 

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