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The most popular festivals and cultural events according to Day Zero Project community.
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1. Oktoberfest GERMANY
Oktoberfest, the world-renowned celebration of Bavarian culture and beer, is an exhilarating travel goal that entices millions of visitors each year. This vibrant festival, held annually in Munich, Germany, offers a plethora of exciting experiences to indulge in. From savoring traditional Bavarian cuisine and sampling a wide variety of world-class beers to immersing oneself in lively parades, folk music, and thrilling amusement rides, Oktoberfest promises an unforgettable adventure filled with joy, laughter, and the spirit of German hospitality.
2. New Orleans Mardi Gras LOUISIANA
Day before Ash Wednesday (the first day of Lent)
Mardi Gras, the vibrant and exhilarating carnival celebrated in the heart of New Orleans, is a spectacle like no other. This annual festivity, deeply rooted in the city's rich cultural heritage, offers a myriad of activities and experiences that captivate both locals and visitors alike. From the lively parades featuring flamboyant floats and costumed revelers to the pulsating rhythms of jazz music filling the air, Mardi Gras invites you to immerse yourself in the lively street parties, indulge in delectable Creole cuisine, and witness the dazzling display of intricate masks and vibrant colors that adorn the city during this enchanting celebration.
Mardi Gras in New Orleans is not just a single day, but a weeks-long celebration filled with parades, music, and vibrant costumes.
3. Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival CALIFORNIA
Third weekend or last week of April
Immerse yourself in the vibrant world of music, art, and culture at the highly anticipated Coachella Music Festival. Set amidst the picturesque desert landscape of Indio, California, this annual extravaganza promises a unique and unforgettable experience for music enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. From dancing to the electrifying beats of world-renowned artists across multiple stages to exploring captivating art installations and indulging in a delectable array of culinary delights, Coachella offers a myriad of activities that will leave you awe-inspired and craving for more.
Coachella Music Festival is held in the Colorado Desert, not the nearby city of Coachella.
4. Burning Man NEVADA
Monday before American Labor Day
Burning Man, a renowned annual event held in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, is a captivating travel goal for adventure seekers and free spirits alike. This vibrant gathering offers a unique blend of art, music, self-expression, and community, creating an otherworldly experience unlike any other. From exploring awe-inspiring art installations to immersing oneself in the pulsating rhythms of live performances, Burning Man promises a journey of self-discovery, connection, and personal transformation.
Burning Man is an annual event where a temporary city called Black Rock City is created in the Nevada desert.
5. Rio Carnival‎ BRAZIL
Seven Sundays before the Sunday of Easter
Rio Carnival is the world's biggest and most famous carnival, held annually in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is a vibrant celebration of music, dance, and culture, with colorful parades, samba dancers, and elaborate costumes. The carnival attracts millions of visitors from all over the world who come to experience the infectious energy and excitement of the event. The festivities last for several days, with parties, live music, and street performances taking place across the city. Rio Carnival is a must-see for anyone who loves to dance, party, and immerse themselves in the rich culture of Brazil.
Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is home to the largest samba parade in the world.
6. Glastonbury Festival ENGLAND
Last weekend in June
The vibrant and captivating Glastonbury Festival, held annually in Somerset, England, is a must-visit destination for music enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. This renowned event offers a diverse range of activities to indulge in, from immersing yourself in live performances by world-class artists across multiple stages, exploring the enchanting Healing Fields, and discovering the hidden treasures at the bustling market stalls. With its rich history, stunning landscapes, and unparalleled atmosphere, Glastonbury Festival promises an unforgettable experience that transcends the boundaries of a traditional music festival.
Glastonbury Festival is the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world.
7. Wimbledon ENGLAND
The Wimbledon tournament is one of the most prestigious and oldest tennis championships in the world. Held annually in London, England, it is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments and is known for its iconic grass courts. The tournament attracts the world's top players, including past champions such as Roger Federer, Serena Williams, and Novak Djokovic. Wimbledon is also famous for its traditions, including the all-white dress code for players and the consumption of strawberries and cream by spectators.
Wimbledon is the only tennis Grand Slam tournament played on grass courts.
8. Edinburgh Fringe Festival SCOTLAND
The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is the largest arts festival in the world, featuring thousands of performers from all over the globe. It takes place annually in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, for three weeks in August. The festival hosts a wide range of events, including comedy shows, theatre performances, music concerts, dance performances, and visual arts exhibitions. The Fringe is a celebration of creativity and diversity, attracting millions of visitors each year. It's a must-visit for anyone interested in the arts, culture, and entertainment.
Edinburgh Fringe Festival is the world's largest arts festival, featuring over 50,000 performances.
9. St. Patrick's Day
St. Patrick's Day is a cultural and religious holiday celebrated annually on March 17th. It honors the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick, who is credited with bringing Christianity to the country. The holiday is widely celebrated in Ireland and among the Irish diaspora around the world, with parades, traditional music, and the wearing of green clothing or shamrocks. It is also a day for feasting on traditional Irish foods and enjoying a pint of Guinness or other Irish beer.
On St. Patrick's Day in Ireland, it is customary to wear a small bunch of shamrocks on your clothing for good luck.
SXSW, an annual music, film, and interactive conference held in Austin, Texas, is a vibrant and dynamic event that attracts people from all walks of life. This immersive experience offers a plethora of activities, such as attending inspiring panel discussions, discovering groundbreaking films, and dancing the night away at electrifying music showcases. With its eclectic mix of technology, art, and culture, SXSW promises to be an unforgettable journey for those seeking to immerse themselves in the cutting-edge world of creativity and innovation.
SXSW in Austin, Texas, is not just a music festival but also a platform for emerging technologies and film screenings.
11. Cannes Film Festival FRANCE
The Cannes Film Festival is an annual event that takes place in Cannes, France. It is one of the most prestigious and renowned film festivals in the world, attracting filmmakers, actors, and industry professionals from around the globe. The festival showcases a diverse range of films, from independent productions to big-budget blockbusters, and awards prizes to the best films in various categories. The festival is also known for its glamorous red carpet events and parties, making it a popular destination for celebrities and film enthusiasts alike.
The Cannes Film Festival has a strict dress code, requiring men to wear tuxedos and women to wear evening gowns for red carpet premieres.
Last Sunday in January or the first Sunday in February
The Super Bowl is the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL). It is the most-watched television event in the United States and one of the most-watched sporting events in the world. The game is played between the winners of the AFC and NFC conferences, and is held on the first Sunday in February. The Super Bowl is known for its halftime show, which features some of the biggest names in music, and for its high-profile commercials, which air during the broadcast. The winning team is awarded the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named after the legendary coach of the Green Bay Packers.
The Super Bowl is the most-watched television event in the United States, with over 100 million viewers tuning in each year.
13. Sydney New Year's Eve AUSTRALIA
December 31
Experience the electrifying spectacle of the New Year's fireworks in Sydney Harbour, a mesmerizing event that captivates millions around the globe. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere as the iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge provide a stunning backdrop for the dazzling pyrotechnic display. Indulge in the city's vibrant culinary scene, explore the picturesque coastal walks, and soak up the sun on the world-famous Bondi Beach. Embark on a harbor cruise to witness the fireworks up close, or find a cozy spot along the waterfront to join the jubilant crowds in welcoming the new year with a bang.
The Sydney Harbour fireworks display on New Year's Eve is one of the largest and most spectacular in the world, attracting over a million spectators.
14. Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta NEW MEXICO
The Albuquerque International Balloon Festival, a vibrant and exhilarating event held annually in New Mexico, promises an unforgettable experience for travel enthusiasts. This renowned festival showcases a breathtaking display of colorful hot air balloons filling the sky, creating a mesmerizing spectacle. From witnessing the awe-inspiring mass ascensions to participating in thrilling balloon rides, attendees can immerse themselves in the magic of this unique festival. Additionally, exploring the vibrant local culture, indulging in delicious traditional cuisine, and browsing through the bustling artisan markets are just a few of the many activities that await visitors at this extraordinary event.
The Albuquerque Balloon Festival is the largest hot air balloon festival in the world.
15. Day of the Dead MEXICO
October 31
Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is a vibrant and colorful celebration in Mexico honoring deceased loved ones. It takes place on November 1st and 2nd, coinciding with the Catholic holidays of All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day. Families build altars, or ofrendas, decorated with marigolds, candles, and photos of the deceased, and leave offerings of food and drink. The festivities also include parades, music, and dancing, creating a joyful and lively atmosphere to commemorate those who have passed away.
16. Holi Festival INDIA, NEPAL, SRI LANKA
Experience the kaleidoscopic extravaganza of India's Holi festival, a vibrant celebration of colors and joy. Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere as locals and tourists alike come together to drench each other in vibrant hues of powdered pigments. Indulge in the playful water fights, dance to traditional music, savor delicious sweets like gujiya, and witness the effervescent spirit of this ancient Hindu festival.
During the Holi festival in India, it is customary to wear old clothes as vibrant colored powders are thrown and water is sprayed, creating a lively and messy celebration.
17. Venice Carnival ITALY
Starts forty days before Easter
Venice Carnival is an annual festival held in Venice, Italy, that dates back to the 12th century. The carnival is known for its elaborate masks and costumes, with participants dressing up in everything from traditional Venetian attire to fantastical and imaginative outfits. The festival is a celebration of art, culture, and history, with events including parades, concerts, and masquerade balls. The carnival attracts visitors from all over the world and is considered one of the most famous and vibrant carnivals in the world.
18. La Tomatina Festival SPAIN
Last Wednesday of August
La Tomatina is a world-renowned festival that takes place in the small town of Buñol, Spain. Every year on the last Wednesday of August, participants gather to throw tomatoes at each other in a massive food fight. The festival attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world who come to join in the fun and experience the unique culture of Spain. The event lasts for one hour, and at the end, the streets are covered in tomato pulp.
19. New Orleans Jazz Festival LOUISIANA
Last weekend of April and first weekend of May
The vibrant city of New Orleans is renowned for its rich musical heritage and lively atmosphere, making it the perfect destination for music enthusiasts and culture seekers alike. Nestled in the heart of this vibrant city is the annual New Orleans Jazz Festival, a world-renowned celebration of jazz, blues, and soul. From the electrifying performances of renowned musicians to the mouthwatering array of local cuisine, this iconic festival offers a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in the pulsating rhythms and infectious energy of New Orleans. With its captivating music, vibrant street parades, and a myriad of art displays, the New Orleans Jazz Festival is an experience that promises to leave a lasting imprint on any traveler's soul.
The New Orleans Jazz Festival is the largest and longest-running music festival in the United States, showcasing diverse genres and local culture.
20. Sundance Film Festival UTAH
The Sundance Film Festival, one of the most prestigious events in the film industry, invites cinephiles and aspiring filmmakers alike to immerse themselves in the captivating world of independent cinema. Held annually in the picturesque town of Park City, Utah, this 10-day extravaganza offers a unique opportunity to witness groundbreaking films, engage in thought-provoking discussions, and rub shoulders with renowned directors, actors, and industry professionals. From attending premieres and panel discussions to exploring the vibrant streets filled with art installations and pop-up shops, the Sundance Film Festival promises an unforgettable experience for those seeking inspiration and a taste of the magic that unfolds on the silver screen.
The Sundance Film Festival is the largest independent film festival in the United States.
21. Toronto International Film Festival CANADA
The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world, attracting filmmakers, actors, and cinephiles from around the globe. Held annually in September, TIFF showcases the best in contemporary cinema, with a focus on premieres and award-winning films from both established and emerging filmmakers. With a diverse and innovative lineup of films, events, and industry discussions, TIFF is a must-attend event for anyone passionate about the art of film.
The Toronto International Film Festival is one of the largest publicly attended film festivals in the world, showcasing over 300 films from more than 80 countries.
22. Bonnaroo TENNESSEE
Bonnaroo, the renowned music and arts festival held annually in Manchester, Tennessee, promises an unforgettable experience for music enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. With its diverse lineup of world-class musicians, vibrant art installations, and an array of food vendors offering delectable treats, Bonnaroo beckons thousands of festival-goers each year.
Bonnaroo is known for its unique "Bonnaroovian Code," emphasizing positivity, community, and sustainability.
23. Melbourne Comedy Festival AUSTRALIA
The Melbourne Comedy Festival is one of the largest and most prestigious comedy festivals in the world, featuring a lineup of talented comedians from around the globe. Held annually in Melbourne, Australia, the festival offers a diverse range of comedy shows, including stand-up, sketch, improv, and musical comedy. With over 600 shows and events across multiple venues, the Melbourne Comedy Festival is a must-attend for comedy lovers and anyone looking for a good laugh.
24. The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race ALASKA
The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is a grueling annual event that covers over 1,000 miles of Alaskan wilderness, from Anchorage to Nome. Teams of mushers and their dogs brave harsh conditions, including sub-zero temperatures, blizzards, and treacherous terrain, to complete the course in 8-15 days. The race, which began in 1973, celebrates the rich history and culture of sled dog transportation in Alaska, and is considered one of the world's most challenging and prestigious sporting events.
The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race covers over 1,000 miles of treacherous Alaskan terrain, making it the longest sled dog race in the world.
25. Amsterdam Gay Pride NETHERLANDS
First weekend of August
Experience the exhilarating atmosphere of the Amsterdam Gay Pride in the Netherlands, a must-attend event for LGBTQ+ travelers. This vibrant celebration showcases the city's inclusive spirit and offers a plethora of activities to indulge in. From the iconic Canal Parade, where elaborately decorated boats sail through the picturesque canals, to the lively street parties and drag shows, there is no shortage of entertainment. Immerse yourself in the diverse cultural scene, explore the charming neighborhoods, and savor the delicious local cuisine. This event promises an unforgettable experience for all, fostering a sense of unity and celebration.
Amsterdam Gay Pride, known as one of the world's largest LGBTQ+ celebrations, features a vibrant canal parade with beautifully decorated boats.
26. Indianapolis 500 INDIANA
Last weekend in May
The Indianapolis 500, a legendary motorsport event held annually at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, is a must-attend for any racing enthusiast. This iconic race, known as "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing," offers an exhilarating experience that goes beyond the thrill of watching high-speed cars zoom around the track. From exploring the vibrant city of Indianapolis, with its rich history and diverse culinary scene, to immersing oneself in the electric atmosphere of the race day festivities, attending the Indianapolis 500 promises an unforgettable adventure for all who seek the excitement of motorsports and the charm of a vibrant city.
27. August Moon Festival GREECE
Late September or early October
August is the month when Athens is full of cheers. Of the festivities of Athens in the month of August, the Full Moon festival holds a special attraction. During this festival, both locales and tourists are allowed free entry to the city’s major monuments, museums and archaeological sites.
28. Running of the Bulls at the Festival of San Fermin SPAIN
The Running of the Bulls is a thrilling and dangerous event that takes place during the Festival of San Fermin in Pamplona, Spain. Every morning for a week, brave participants run through the narrow streets of the city in front of six bulls, trying to avoid being gored or trampled. The adrenaline-fueled event draws thousands of spectators from around the world and is a symbol of Spanish culture and tradition.
29. Oxford Literary Festival ENGLAND
The Oxford Literary Festival is an annual event that brings together writers, poets, and literary enthusiasts from around the world. It features a diverse range of talks, readings, and discussions on a wide variety of topics, including fiction, non-fiction, history, politics, and more. The festival is a celebration of the written word, and offers a unique opportunity for readers and writers to come together and engage in lively conversations about literature and its impact on our lives.
30. Yeouido Cherry Blossom Festival SOUTH KOREA
The Yeouido Cherry Blossom Festival is a spectacular event that takes place every year in Seoul, South Korea. The festival celebrates the blooming of the cherry blossom trees in Yeouido Park, which transforms into a sea of pink and white flowers. Visitors can stroll along the Han River, enjoy traditional Korean performances, and sample delicious street food. The festival attracts millions of visitors from around the world and is a must-see event for anyone visiting Seoul in the spring.
31. Frankfurt Book Fair GERMANY
The Frankfurt Book Fair in Germany is a must-visit for bibliophiles and industry professionals alike. This renowned event offers a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in the world of literature, explore the latest trends in publishing, and connect with like-minded individuals. From attending fascinating book presentations and author signings to discovering new literary gems and networking with industry insiders, the Frankfurt Book Fair promises an enriching and inspiring experience for all who attend.
The Frankfurt Book Fair is the world's largest trade fair for books, attracting over 7,000 exhibitors from more than 100 countries.
32. Cosplay Festival JAPAN
First weekend of August
The Cosplay Festival in Japan is an annual event where cosplayers from all over the world gather to showcase their creativity and passion for anime, manga, and video game characters. The festival features a variety of activities such as cosplay contests, live performances, and merchandise booths. It's a vibrant celebration of Japanese pop culture and a must-attend event for fans of cosplay.
33. Austin City Limits TEXAS
The Austin City Limits festival is a three-day music festival held annually in Austin, Texas. It features a diverse lineup of over 100 musical acts, ranging from indie rock and hip-hop to country and electronic music. The festival also showcases local food vendors, art installations, and interactive experiences. It attracts music lovers from all over the world and has become one of the most popular festivals in the United States.
Austin City Limits is the longest-running music television show in American history, showcasing legendary performances since 1974.
34. Calgary Stampede CANADA
The Calgary Stampede is an annual 10-day event held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and is known as the "Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth." The event features rodeo competitions, live music, carnival rides, and a variety of food vendors. The Stampede also celebrates Western culture and heritage with events such as chuckwagon racing and the famous parade. It attracts over a million visitors from around the world each year and is a must-see for anyone looking to experience the true spirit of the Wild West.
Calgary Stampede serves over 100,000 free pancakes to visitors each morning during the event.
35. New York Fashion Week NEW YORK
February and September
New York Fashion Week is a bi-annual event that showcases the latest collections from top designers and emerging talent in the fashion industry. It is a highly anticipated event that attracts fashion enthusiasts, celebrities, and industry professionals from around the world. The week-long event includes runway shows, presentations, and parties, and sets the tone for upcoming fashion trends. It is a platform for designers to showcase their creativity, innovation, and vision, and for fashion lovers to witness the future of fashion.
36. Bordeaux Wine Festival FRANCE
The Bordeaux Wine Festival is a grand celebration of wine that takes place every two years in the heart of Bordeaux, France. The festival features over 80 wine producers from the Bordeaux region, along with delicious food, music, and cultural events. Visitors can enjoy wine tastings, vineyard tours, and masterclasses with sommeliers. The festival also includes a grand fireworks display over the Garonne River. This is a must-visit event for wine lovers and anyone looking to experience the rich culture of Bordeaux.
37. Summerfest WISCONSIN
Summerfest in Wisconsin is a must-visit destination for music enthusiasts and festival-goers alike. With its diverse lineup of renowned artists and bands, this annual event promises an unforgettable experience filled with live performances and energetic crowds. From exploring the various stages and genres to indulging in delicious food and drinks, Summerfest offers a vibrant atmosphere that will leave you wanting more.
Summerfest in Wisconsin is the world's largest music festival, attracting over 800,000 visitors annually.
38. Koningsdag (King's day) in the Netherlands NETHERLANDS
April 27
Koningsdag (Kings day) is a national holiday in the Netherlands, celebrated on April 27th to honor the birthday of King Willem-Alexander. The day is marked with vibrant street parties, parades, live music, and traditional Dutch cuisine. People dress up in orange, the national color, and sell second-hand items in a nationwide flea market. It is a day of national pride and unity, where Dutch people come together to celebrate their culture and heritage.
During Queen's Day Celebrations in Amsterdam, the canals turn into a massive floating flea market.
39. Gilroy Garlic Festival CALIFORNIA
The Gilroy Garlic Festival, a renowned culinary event held annually in Gilroy, California, is a dream destination for all garlic enthusiasts and foodies alike. This vibrant festival offers a unique experience filled with mouthwatering garlic-infused delicacies, live cooking demonstrations, and a wide array of entertainment options. From indulging in garlic ice cream to exploring the artisanal food vendors, attending the Gilroy Garlic Festival promises an unforgettable adventure for those seeking to immerse themselves in the world of garlic-infused delights and celebrate the aromatic herb in all its culinary glory.
The Gilroy Garlic Festival is the largest garlic-themed food festival in the world.
40. Verona in Love festival ITALY
Verona in Love is a romantic festival held in Verona, Italy, the setting of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The festival takes place in February and celebrates love in all its forms with events such as concerts, art exhibits, and romantic dinners. Visitors can also participate in a love-themed treasure hunt and visit the famous balcony of Juliet's house. The festival is a perfect opportunity for couples to celebrate Valentine's Day in a truly romantic setting.
41. Melbourne Cup AUSTRALIA
The Melbourne Cup, Australia's most prestigious horse racing event, is a must-attend for avid travelers seeking an exhilarating experience down under. This iconic race, held annually at Flemington Racecourse, promises a thrilling atmosphere filled with high-stakes betting, glamorous fashion, and world-class thoroughbred racing. Apart from witnessing the main event, visitors can explore Melbourne's vibrant culinary scene, explore the city's cultural landmarks like Federation Square and the Royal Botanic Gardens, or take a leisurely stroll along the picturesque Yarra River.
The Melbourne Cup is known as "the race that stops a nation" and attracts over 100,000 spectators each year.
42. Werchter Rock Festival BELGIUM
The Werchter Rock Festival is a four-day music event held annually in Werchter, Belgium. It is one of the most popular music festivals in Europe, attracting thousands of music enthusiasts from around the world. The festival features a diverse lineup of international and local artists across various genres, including rock, pop, electronic, and hip-hop. With multiple stages, food and drink vendors, and a vibrant atmosphere, the Werchter Rock Festival promises an unforgettable experience for music fans.
Werchter Rock Festival is one of the largest music festivals in Europe, attracting over 150,000 attendees each year.
43. Deventer Book Fair NETHERLANDS
The Deventer Book Fair is a popular annual event held in the historic Dutch city of Deventer. It is the largest book fair in the Netherlands, attracting over 100,000 visitors each year. The fair features a wide range of books, including rare and antique editions, modern literature, and children's books. In addition to books, the fair also offers lectures, workshops, and other cultural activities. The fair is a must-visit for book lovers and collectors from all over the world.
44. Attend the 24 Hours of Le Mans FRANCE
The 24 Hours of Le Mans is a prestigious endurance race held annually in France. It features a grueling 24-hour non-stop race where teams of drivers take turns to drive their cars around the circuit. The event attracts the world's top sports car manufacturers and drivers, who compete for glory and bragging rights. The race is known for its high-speed action, intense competition, and unpredictable outcomes, making it a must-watch event for motorsports enthusiasts.
45. BFI London Film Festival UNITED KINGDOM
The BFI London Film Festival is an annual event that showcases the best in international cinema. The festival features a diverse range of films, from major Hollywood releases to independent and experimental works. It is a platform for emerging talent and established filmmakers to showcase their work to a global audience. The festival also hosts talks, workshops, and panels with industry professionals, making it a must-attend event for film enthusiasts and professionals alike.
46. Grand National UNITED KINGDOM
The Grand National is a prestigious horse racing event held annually in Liverpool, England. Known for its challenging course and high-stakes betting, the race draws in thousands of spectators and punters from all over the world. The race is run over a distance of 4 miles and 514 yards, and features 30 fences, including the infamous Becher's Brook and The Chair. The Grand National is considered one of the most exciting and unpredictable horse races in the world, with past winners including legendary horses such as Red Rum and Tiger Roll.
47. Professional Bull Riders World Finals NEVADA
The Professional Bull Riders World Finals is an annual event held in Las Vegas, Nevada, that brings together the top bull riders from around the world to compete for the championship title. With over 100 of the toughest bulls in the sport, this event promises to be a thrilling experience for fans and participants alike. The event features a variety of activities, including live music, autograph sessions, and interactive exhibits, making it a must-see for any rodeo enthusiast.
48. The National Cherry Blossom Festival WASHINGTON, D.C.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival is an annual event held in Washington, D.C. to celebrate the blooming of the city's cherry blossom trees. The festival features a variety of events, including a parade, a kite festival, cultural performances, and fireworks. Visitors can also enjoy the beautiful cherry blossoms by taking a stroll around the Tidal Basin or participating in a paddleboat ride. The festival attracts millions of visitors each year and is a popular springtime tradition in the nation's capital.
49. Parade of Saint Nicholas NETHERLANDS
The Parade of Saint Nicholas is an annual event in the Netherlands that takes place in November and December. The parade is a celebration of the arrival of Sinterklaas (Saint Nicholas) and his helpers, who bring gifts and treats for children. The parade features colorful floats, music, and dancing, and is attended by thousands of people each year. The event is a beloved tradition in the Netherlands and is a highlight of the holiday season.
The Parade of Saint Nicholas in the Netherlands features Sinterklaas arriving on a white horse, accompanied by his helpers called "Zwarte Pieten.
50. Berlin Love Parade GERMANY
The Love Parade was a popular electronic dance music festival and parade that originated in 1989 in West Berlin, Germany. It has been held annually in Germany 1989-2003 in Berlin, then again in 2006 in Berlin and from 2007 to 2010 in the Ruhr region. The 2004 and 2005 events in Berlin and the 2009 event in Bochum were cancelled. On 24 July 2010, a crowd rush at the Love Parade caused the death of 21 people, with at least 500 others injured.