The pandemics is believed to be coming to its end. So perhaps it’s a good idea to recall what things we had been celebrating before it started and what, hopefully soon, we will be coming back to soon.
The list below includes some of the most bizarre festivals taking place on our planet.
#1 American Burning Man, held on a desert. A ‘Mad Max’ style plus post-apocalyptic nuclear world
#2 The festival of lanterns of blooming cherry in Japan
#3 Spanish La Tomatina – nothing but a great tomato war
#4 Stunning with the number of lights the Yi Peng Lantern Festival
#5 The festival of jumping over children. Yes, Spaniards happen to be weird sometimes
#6 The Indian Holi, which is celebrated worldwide today
#7 A calm Winter Festival of Light in Japan
#8 A great mud battle – the festival of mud in Boryeong, South Korea
#9 The Golden Retriever Festival in Scotland
#10 The Las Fallas Festival, where all the statues taking part in the parade are burned
#11 The International Highline Festival in Monte Piana, Italy – chilling outi n a hammock hanging over an abyss
#12 The Festival of the Dead in Mexico – a very lively and colorful festival celebrating the memory of those who passed away
#13 The international Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque, USA
#14 The Fuji Shibazakura Festival in Japan, where you can admire wonderful flower compositions
#15 The Songkran water festival in Thailand
#16 The Snow Festival in Sapporo, Japan
#17 Merfest – a festival for mermaids and mermen. Because Americans can be super-weird
What is the best festival you have ever been to?