Every year around the world, there is a wide variety of crazy festivals. Some are colorful, others are messing up, and many are just beautiful Here we count 17 of the crazy festivals around the world, there is only one requirement that they bring people together from all walks of life Are there.

1. Holi Color Festival in India

The Holi Festival celebrates the triumph of good over bad, and is held annually between the end of February and the end of March.

2. Winter Light Festival in Japan

Every year from mid November to mid March, Kuwana City holds a traditional Winter Light Festival, which includes the famous tunnel of light.

3. Yi Peng Lantern Festival in Thailand

The Festival of Lights is celebrated throughout all of Thailand, but in Chiang Mai the festivities are a bit different. Instead of releasing lotus-shaped receptacles onto the water, people in Chiang Mai release lighted lanterns into the sky while simultaneously making a wish. The exact date of the festival is never known more than a few weeks in advance.

4. Agitagueda Art Festival in Portugal

4. Agitagueda Art Festival in Portugal

5. Winter Scareaway Festival in Mohács Busójárás, Hungary

This festival has an interesting legend behind it, detailing how the people of Mohács were able to fight off the oppressive Ottoman Turks. The legend inspired this annual celebration that occurs at the end of winter. The festival includes burning a stuffed straw figure that represents winter.

6. Sapporo Snow Festival in Japan

The Sapporo Snow Festival is one of Japan’s largest winter festivities, attracting more and more people from near and far every year. In fact, over 2 million people visit the event in order to see incredible snow and ice sculptures, like this Star Wars inspired masterpiece.

7. Cherry Blossom Lantern Festival in Japan

This picture is from the 2013 cherry blossom lantern festival held at Honmyō-ji in Kumamoto, Japan.

8. Golden Retriever Festival in Scotland

The Golden Retriever Club of Scotland puts on the annual Golden Retriever Festival. Since 2006, the club has held the dog party at the ancestral home of the beautiful golden breed. Last year’s gathering set a record with 222 dogs in attendance.

9. Dia De Los Muertos Festival in Mexico

The Day of the Dead is celebrated in Mexico, as well as all around the world. It is held in order to pray for and remember loved ones that have passed on.

10. Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta in USA

Albuquerque, New Mexico holds an annual Balloon Fiesta in early October. The spectacular 9-day event includes over 500 balloons, and is known as the largest hot air balloon festival in the entire world.

11. The International Highline Meeting Festival, Monte Piana, Italy

This festival offers unmatched views of the Italian Alps, as participants hang out on these highflying hammocks.

12. Floating Lanterns Festival in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

A must-see festival held annually on Memorial Day.

13. Burning Man Festival in Nevada, USA

The annual Burning Man Festival is a celebration of art, music, and everything creative. It is held in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert.

14. La Tomatina Festival in Spain

14. La Tomatina Festival in Spain

15 . Baby Jumping Fiesta in Spain

This annual festival includes men dressed in traditional devil’s clothing jumping over babies lined up in the streets.


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