Who doesn’t like a good party?! If you love music festivals, dancing, or just letting totally lose, and enjoy life….these parties are for you! So, book a trip to these locations, and party hard!
Tomorrowland — Boom, Belgium
Go because DO YOU SEE THOSE PYROTECHNICS?
Oktoberfest — Munich, Germany
Go because you love beer, sausages, and people in lederhosen. Also sauerkraut rules.
Holi — Delhi, India
Go to celebrate colors, love, and general merriment. This festival is as beautiful on the inside as it is on the outside.
Cascamorras — Baza, Spain
Go because you can cover yourself in grease and throw eggs and colored water at a human target. What could be more fun?!
Dia de los Muertos — Mexico City, Mexico
Go because the art and the face paint are beautiful and celebrating the dead is more fun than mourning them.
Boryeong Mud Festival — Boryeong, South Korea
Go to roll around in mineral-rich mud, which is, quite possibly, the most fun thing to do in the world.
Electric Daisy Carnival — Las Vegas, Nevada
Go because it’s the largest dance music festival in America, which means you’re basically guaranteed to have a lot of fun.
Hadaka Matsuri — Okayama, Japan
Go because not only is everyone in small loincloths, but you can be purified with water, which can ensure good luck for the ensuing year.
Songkran Water Festival — Chiang Mai, Thailand
Go to celebrate Thailand’s New Year and wash away the “bad” by throwing water and, better yet, squirting each other with squirt guns.
Glastonbury — Glastonbury, England
Go to rock with your favorite artists (and fire) in England.
Burning Man — Black Rock Desert, Nevada
Go because it’s the most free you’ll ever feel with amazing sculptures, crazy outfits, and thousands of new best friends (who will probably be naked).
Up Helly Aa Fire Festival — Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland
Go to end the Yule season with Vikings and lots of fire.
Distortion — Copenhagen, Denmark
Go because it’s a festival celebrating club culture with music, art, and street performances.
La Tomatina — Buñol, Spain
Go because it’s literally a dream come true to play in a sea of smushed tomatoes.
Lantern Festival — Pingxi, Taiwan
Go to celebrate the last day of the lunar New Year by releasing your past self into the sky with beautiful paper lanterns.
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