There's almost always something good going on in Kissimmee. Concerts. Pro-golf tournaments. The Silver Spurs Rodeo. Kissimmee is host to a whole variety of festivals and events all year long, offering fun, excitement, and entertainment. It's all in our Events Calendar, where you'll find what's happening next here in Kissimmee, the gateway to fun.
Osceola Heritage Park has a variety of world-class shows and sporting events. You'll find the Silver Spurs Rodeo here, too. It's a real crowd pleaser, offering a taste of the Wild West and reflective of the Kissimmee area's ranching heritage. You can watch bull riding, bronco bucking, barrel racing, steer wrestling, team roping, and even those funny rodeo clowns.
There's always something new and exciting coming to town. The three downtown areas, Kissimmee, St. Cloud, and Celebration, host numerous uniquely-themed special events throughout the year, as do all of the Central Florida theme parks. So check back often to see what's been added to the calendar!
The Ninth Annual Downtown Food & Wine Fest is set for more than 30,000 foodies and wine lovers to experience unique local cuisine paired with wines from around the globe. The two-day Fest features mouth-watering dishes from 30 of Orlando’s premier restaurants, 50 domestic and international wines and live entertainment. A portion of the proceeds be... more »
Kisismmee Lakefront Park is home to the weekly Kissimmee Valley Farmer’s Market, where several food-preneurs vend everything from seasonal produce and gourmet soup to fresh pasta and fancy soaps every Tuesday from 3 to 7 p.m. more »
It's Latin Sunday here at Happy Days Family Fun Center. Enjoy the top Latin hits while playing your favorite arcade games. Corona, Coronita, and Modelo Specials at the Happy Daiquiri. Free door prizes for the Latina's, plus games and contests all night long. more »
Step in time to celebrate the history of Osceola County's various musical organizations, as the Osceola County Historical Society features band memorabilia and historical band uniforms from local high schools. The exhibit will also explore the subject of integration through information about the band of Osceola's only segregated school. more »
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