The Best of Brunswick’s Summer Events and Festivals

Summer is the most glorious time of year in Brunswick. There’s no better way to celebrate this sunny season than attending our local festivals and events. This June and July, enjoy the best festivities happening throughout Medina County with summer guide:

June 20 to 24: Brunswick Summer Celebration
Brunswick High School campus,
3581 Center Road, Brunswick
In Brunswick, we don’t just take one evening to celebrate summer... we need four days for our festival! Come enjoy live music, food vendors, fireworks, and all-ages fun in the beautiful weather. Our festival ends with a grand parade on Sunday,
June 24 at 2:00 PM. It’s the most fun you’ll have in Brunswick all summer. Learn more at

July 5: Rockin’ the Park ‘n’ Pool
Medina Memorial Park & Pool,
421 E Homestead St., Medina
Let’s help our neighbors in Medina celebrate their Bicentennial. This all-day event is filled with kid-friendly events like crafts, games, and even disc golf lessons. There’s also live music happening on three stages! Guests are invited to bring their own picnics, splash in the pool, and celebrate the wonderful City of Medina. Visit their Facebook page at for additional information.

July 20: NEO Jamgrass Festival 2018
JamGrass Festival, 8120 Coon Club Rd, Medina
Did summer even happen if you didn’t attend an outdoor music festival? Treat yourself to a 48-hour adventure at the NEO Jamgrass Festival, where Bluegrass, Jamgrass, and Jam Rock bands take center stage. Attendees are invited to camp on-site for two nights and spend their days swimming, fishing, and enjoying family-friendly activities, along with listening to great music. You can reserve your tickets on the festival’s official website. Kids aged 12 and under are invited to attend the festival for free! Find everything you need to know at

July 20 & 21:
Uncorked Medina Wine Festival 2018
Buffalo Creek Retreat, 8708 Hubbard Valley Road
In case you missed it last summer, the Uncorked Medina Wine Festival is back for its second year! Enjoy two jam-packed days of wine tastings from local and far away wineries, along with food trucks, live entertainment, and artisan stalls. If you aren’t a wine drinker, there’s also craft beer on tap by Anderson Valley, Royal Docs, and Thirsty Dog. For a truly upscale experience, book tickets to the private Twilight Dinner for a three-course gourmet dinner by Chef Anthony Scolaro of 111 Bistro, paired with the best wines in Ohio. Discover all the details on their official website,

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