Knott’s Berry Farm will begin its 100th anniversary ceremony at the summer festival, which brings a huge amount of entertainment to Buena Park’s theme parks after the one-year pandemic closure.

The Nuts Summer Night Food and Music Festival begins Friday, May 21st and runs through September 6th.

Knott’s berry farm Reopened on May 6th with rides and attractions to Season Pass holders After the 418-day closure of the COVID-19 pandemic, which began in March 2020, the park was open to the public on Friday, May 21st. Knot hosted a series of food festivals without vehicles during the pandemic closure.

Due to the limited capacity protocol established by the state authorities, one-day visitors and passholders wishing to visit nuts must book in advance.

Throughout the park, there are dozens of specialties related to summer night festivals and 100th anniversary celebrations. Foodies can sample nuts with a summer night tasting card from the booth on the way from Calico Square to Charleston Circle. This card costs $ 45 for 6 sample size dishes.

Summer Night Musical Entertainment will take over the Calicoma Inn Stage, Calico Park Stage and the nearby rooftop DJ booth. The larger Calicoma Instage hosts the Top 40 and rock bands such as Suffragette, Hiatus and Tomasina. The small Calico Park stage features rotations of Zydeco, rockabilly, mariachis and country bands. If the Mine Stage is empty, DJ Music will provide dance beats.