Mar
8
Sun
International Women’s Day @ Global
Mar 8 all-day

International Women’s Day ​​(March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.​ ​International Women’s Day​ (IWD) has occurred for well over a century, with the first IWD run by the Suffragettes in 1911.​ IWD belongs to all groups collectively everywhere. IWD is not country, group or organisation specific.

Apr
6
Mon
The Masters @ Augusta National Golf Club
Apr 6 @ 8:00 am – Apr 12 @ 11:00 pm

Since 1934, the Masters Tournament has been home to some of golf’s greatest moments. Amidst blooming azaleas, towering pines and flowering dogwoods, the first full week of April ushers in a stage unique to golf and to sport. Over four days and 72 holes, the smallest field in major championship golf competes for a chance to capture the Green Jacket and a place in Masters history. Take a journey down Magnolia Lane or stroll through Amen Corner, and explore the iconic traditions, moments and history of Masters Tournament like never before—past and present.

May
11
Mon
PGA Championship @ TPC Harding Park
May 11 – May 17 all-day

2020 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP

The PGA Championship in 2020 will mark the first major championship to be held at a TPC property and the first PGA Championship to be staged in San Francisco. In 2020, the PGA Championship – perennially featuring golf’s strongest and deepest international lineup of any major championship – will make its fifth appearance in California, following Hillcrest Country Club (1929), Pebble Beach Golf Links (1977) and Riviera Country Club (1983, ’95). TPC Harding Park will be the second municipally owned golf course to host the PGA Championship. The only other PGA Championship to be conducted at a municipal golf facility was the 1974 Championship at Tanglewood Golf Club in Clemmons, North Carolina.

May
15
Fri
The Aoi Matsuri Festival @ Kyoto Imperial Palace
May 15 all-day

The Aoi Matsuri (葵祭) is one of Kyoto’s three most famous festivals (along with the Gion Matsuri and Jidai Matsuri) and takes place every May 15. The festival’s main attraction is a large parade in Kyoto, in which over 500 people dressed in the aristocratic style of the Heian Period (794-1185) walk from the Imperial Palace to the Kamo Shrines. Aoi is Japanese for Hollyhock, and the festival is named after the Hollyhock leaves that are worn by the members of the procession.

 Imperial Palace to Shimogamo Shrine

Imperial Palace to Shimogamo Shrine

Jun
10
Wed
U.S. Open @ Pebble Beach Golf Links
Jun 10 – Jun 16 all-day

U.S. Open

2019 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach

A Pebble Beach U.S. Open is a highlight-maker.

That Nicklaus 1-iron. Watson’s clutch chip-in. Kite’s mastery in gale-force winds. Tiger’s utter dominance. McDowell’s Major breakthrough. What will be next?

The tradition continues next year, when Pebble Beach hosts its sixth U.S. Open on June 13-16, 2019!

Jun
13
Sat
Global Wellness Day @ Global
Jun 13 all-day

“One day can change your whole life”

Global Wellness Day is an entirely not-for-profit day, a social project created by volunteers dedicated to living well. The purpose of Global Wellness Day is to ask the question, even if for just one day, “How can I live a healthier and better life?”, to direct the thoughts of both individuals and society towards “living well” and to raise awareness.

 

Jul
14
Tue
The Open @ Royal Portrush Golf Club
Jul 14 – Jul 21 all-day

Royal Portrush Golf Club

The Open was founded by pioneering golfers who had one guiding principle – to crown the Champion Golfer of the Year.

Since 1860, The Open has been played over some of the world’s most cherished links courses and has produced a remarkable legacy of great champions. It is the oldest and most international championship in professional golf and the Claret Jug – first presented in 1873 – is one of the most iconic trophies in all of sport.

From earlier greats such as Harry Vardon, Bobby Jones, Henry Cotton and Walter Hagen through modern legends such as Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, Gary Player and Seve Ballesteros to exceptional talents of today Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy, the greatest players in the world have faced the unrelenting challenge of The Open for more than 150 years.

Explore the sections below to learn more about the history and heritage of The Open.

Jul
30
Thu
Toronto Caribana @ Lamport Stadium
Jul 30 @ 8:00 am – Aug 2 @ 10:00 pm

Over a million tourists are expected in Toronto during the August long weekend to experience everything Caribana has to offer. The beauty of Caribana in Toronto is the varied audience it attracts: everyone from families across Canada and the U.S, young singles looking for a good time, to celebrities throwing Caribana themed parties in clubs across Toronto.

Aug
2
Sun
Newport Jazz Festival @ Fort Adams State Park
Aug 2 – Aug 4 all-day

Join us for the granddaddy of all music festivals August 2-4 at Fort Adams in Newport RI and Friday night Aug 2 at the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

Oct
3
Sat
The Great American Beer Festival @ Colorado Convention Center
Oct 3 – Oct 5 all-day

The Great American Beer Festival is the premier U.S. beer festival and competition.

Each year, GABF represents the largest collection of U.S. beer ever served, in a public tasting event plus a private competition. GABF brings together the brewers and diverse beers that make the U.S. the world’s greatest brewing nation.

Festival location

Festival location

Nov
14
Sat
Macau Grand Prix @ The Guia Circuit
Nov 14 @ 8:00 am – Nov 17 @ 10:00 pm

The Macau Grand Prix is a motorsport road race for automobiles and motorcycles held annually in Macau. It is the only street circuit racing event in which both cars and motorcycles participate.

Mar
8
Mon
International Women’s Day @ Global
Mar 8 all-day

International Women’s Day ​​(March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.​ ​International Women’s Day​ (IWD) has occurred for well over a century, with the first IWD run by the Suffragettes in 1911.​ IWD belongs to all groups collectively everywhere. IWD is not country, group or organisation specific.

Apr
6
Tue
The Masters @ Augusta National Golf Club
Apr 6 @ 8:00 am – Apr 12 @ 11:00 pm

Since 1934, the Masters Tournament has been home to some of golf’s greatest moments. Amidst blooming azaleas, towering pines and flowering dogwoods, the first full week of April ushers in a stage unique to golf and to sport. Over four days and 72 holes, the smallest field in major championship golf competes for a chance to capture the Green Jacket and a place in Masters history. Take a journey down Magnolia Lane or stroll through Amen Corner, and explore the iconic traditions, moments and history of Masters Tournament like never before—past and present.

May
11
Tue
PGA Championship @ TPC Harding Park
May 11 – May 17 all-day

2020 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP

The PGA Championship in 2020 will mark the first major championship to be held at a TPC property and the first PGA Championship to be staged in San Francisco. In 2020, the PGA Championship – perennially featuring golf’s strongest and deepest international lineup of any major championship – will make its fifth appearance in California, following Hillcrest Country Club (1929), Pebble Beach Golf Links (1977) and Riviera Country Club (1983, ’95). TPC Harding Park will be the second municipally owned golf course to host the PGA Championship. The only other PGA Championship to be conducted at a municipal golf facility was the 1974 Championship at Tanglewood Golf Club in Clemmons, North Carolina.

May
15
Sat
The Aoi Matsuri Festival @ Kyoto Imperial Palace
May 15 all-day

The Aoi Matsuri (葵祭) is one of Kyoto’s three most famous festivals (along with the Gion Matsuri and Jidai Matsuri) and takes place every May 15. The festival’s main attraction is a large parade in Kyoto, in which over 500 people dressed in the aristocratic style of the Heian Period (794-1185) walk from the Imperial Palace to the Kamo Shrines. Aoi is Japanese for Hollyhock, and the festival is named after the Hollyhock leaves that are worn by the members of the procession.

 Imperial Palace to Shimogamo Shrine

Imperial Palace to Shimogamo Shrine