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Midsummer is the middle of summer, the time around the summer solstice.
Midsummer may also refer to:
- Chester Midsummer Watch Parade, UK
- Duanwu Festival, the Mid-Summer Festival on the 5th day of the 5th month in the Chinese lunisolar calendar
- Midsummer High Weekend, 1968 rock concert in Hyde Park, London, UK
- NYC Midsummer, Swedish midsummer celebration in New York, USA
- Midsummer Common, area of common land in central Cambridge, UK
- Midsummer House, restaurant in Cambridge, UK
- Midsummer Madness, Brazilian independent record label
- Central European Midsummer Time
- A Midsummer Tempest, 1974 alternate history fantasy novel by Poul Anderson
- As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning, 1969 book by British author Laurie Lee
- Death in Midsummer and other stories, 1966 collection of stories by Yukio Mishima
- Midsummer Day, song by Canadian rock band The Tea Party
- Midsummer Dream, 2005 computer-animated film from Dygra Films
- Midsummer Madness (1921 film), 1921 film directed by William C. deMille
- Midsummer Madness (2007 film), 2007 film directed by Alexander Hahn
- Most Haunted: Midsummer Murders, spin-off series of television series Most Haunted
- The Midsummer Marriage, opera with music and libretto by Michael Tippett
- Midsomer Murders
- Midsumma Festival
- Midwinter (disambiguation)
- Snug (A Midsummer Night's Dream)
- A Midsummer Night's Dream (disambiguation)
- Summer solstice (disambiguation)
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