Festivals

The largest festivals in the world

People from different countries hold various activities every year. Some of them are so large that they are overwhelming. The world’s largest festivals attract many tourists from different countries. Such festivals usually take place once a year. They can be dedicated to a holiday or to some event.

The largest festivals in the world

The largest festivals are held in various territories. They can be the streets of cities, deserts, beaches and even villages. They are characterized by scale and spectacle. This is why festivals become unforgettable events for all participants.

Oktoberfest (Germany)

It’s a popular beer festival that the Germans hold in the fall. Its duration is two weeks. It’s the most famous party in the world. During the festival, you can see costume processions and concerts. Every guest of this festival can taste over a hundred varieties of foam beverages and take part in unique competitions.

Mardi Gras (America)

The event that the Americans are organizing to celebrate a religious holiday is one of the biggest events in the world. It takes place in New Orleans and its essence is a noisy and colourful carnival. The festival starts on 6 January and lasts for several days.

Tomorrowland (Belgium)

Tens of thousands of viewers attend a very big musical event every year. Tomorrowland is an electronic music festival held by the Belgians in Bohm. It was created in 2005 and quickly gained popularity not only in Europe but worldwide. The best musicians and DJs from around the world perform at the festival.

Carnival in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

When we list the biggest festivals in the world, we can’t miss the carnival in Rio. This is the biggest event not only in Brazil but in the world. Almost half a million viewers come to this carnival every year. The Carnival in Rio de Janeiro lasts five days and includes musical festivals, costume processions, dances of beautiful girls in fine costumes and competitions.

Holi (India)

Holi is known as the Festival of Spring and Nature. Indians hold this festival in February or March, starting with its burning effigies. It lasts for several days and includes spraying with coloured powders and spraying with the hands of participants. This beautiful show becomes unforgettable for everyone involved in it. Permanent joy and sharing fun emotions with others is the main rule of this festival.