Answers Contain a Season

Can you guess these answers that all contain one of the four seasons; spring, summer, fall and winter?
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Spring
Where The Simpsons is set
Springfield
Grand Prismatic Spring, e.g.
Hot Spring
Multi-national protests
that started in Tunisia in 2010
Arab Spring
City located east of Pikes Peak
Colorado Springs
Singer known as "The Boss"
Bruce Springsteen
South Africa's
rugby union team nickname
Springboks
Ballet by Igor Stravinsky
The Rite of Spring
Closest major city to Uluru
Alice Springs
What the Chinese New Year is
commonly known as in China
Spring Festival
Rachel Carson novel
Silent Spring
Another name for a scallion
Spring Onion
 
 
Summer
Shakespearean play about the
marriage of a couple
A Midsummer
Night's Dream
First hosted by Athens in 1896
Summer Olympics
"Queen of Disco"
Donna Summer
Zucchini, Crookneck, e.g.
Summer Squash
San Francisco summer of 1967
Summer of Love
Famous Lana Del Rey song
Summertime
Sadness
Fall
World's tallest waterfalls
Angel Falls
Great Lakes attraction or a
Canadian city
Niagara Falls
Largest of part of the above
Horseshoe Falls
South Dakota's biggest city
Sioux Falls
Patrick Stump's rock band
Fall Out Boy
Waterfalls located between
Brazil and Argentina
Iguazu Falls
David Livingstone was the first
European to visit them
Victoria Falls
What Satan is
Fallen Angel
Brad Pitt movie set in Montana
Legends of the Fall
 
 
Winter
Finland vs. Soviet Union
Winter War
Severe global climatic cooling
after a devastating war
Nuclear Winter
Captain America episode
Winter Soldier
Saint Petersburg landmark
Winter Palace
Laura Ingalls Wilder novel
The Long Winter
Hamilton song
A Winter's Ball
Another name for midwinter
Winter Solstice
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