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Further Future: Music and Technology Collides In The Nevada Desert

Whether or not you're headed to Further Future to change the world, go with an open mind and be ready to dance.

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Henley Royal Regatta: An Aristocratic Sporting Event

There are 20 events in total and nearly 200 races within the Henley Royal Regatta, with the most prestigious row being the Grand Challenge Cup for Men’s Eights where you’ll see a few Olympians.

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La Tomatina: A Free-For-All Food Fight

The aftermath is one horrific cleanup. All around, you’ll see fire trucks spraying the streets clean after the most enjoyed battlefield massacre which is La Tomatina.

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Esala Perahera: Honoring Buddha’s Purloined Tooth

Esala Perahera can be exhausting and, at times, overwhelming, but it’s one of the world’s best examples of how collective effervescence can encompass not only locals and devotees, but anyone who’s lucky enough to take part in this ancient, alluring festival.

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Motion Notion: Return To The Sacred Frequency

Beside the plethora of areas created for dancing, creating, eating and making, Motion Notion is no slacker on the self-improvement front. Each year workshops take place to allow attendees to try fun activities such as aerial acrobatics and hula hooping.

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DirtyBird Campout: Retro Summer Camp For Funky House Fanatics

All the dancing, water balloon tossing and overall fun in the DirtyBird Campout can make a camper thirsty, in which case one heads to the Tree Fort Taproom. Set in the middle of camp, it pours hoppy craft brews under a mighty oak. Couches scattered underneath are for relaxing, while daring types can climb the tree via the ropes and platforms.

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Burning Man: The Quintessential Art And Culture Festival

Amidst the hippies and Silicon Valley CEOs that populate this pop-up town, the common thread displayed by the Burning Man festival is an appreciation of the life-affirming nature of the artistic spirit.

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One Spark: Crowdfunding Has Its Own Festival

One Spark festival has a TED-like component called the Speakers Series, where leaders in the entrepreneurial community share their thoughts and ideas about where innovation should be going, how to be a disruptor and guidance for seeing vision through.

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Notting Hill Carnival: Mixed Events In One Grand Street Festival

Navigating the narrow streets of Notting Hill, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea with this rowdy crowd can be challenging but testified as well worth the time and the trip.

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Positivus: Convene In The Woods For A Baltic Bash

Positivus offers a wide array of delicacies. Roam past vendors selling traditional Latvian pork and mash or cold beet soup, as well as pizzas, kebabs and other booze-absorbing staples, then take your pick to one of the tables and dig in.

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Crop Over: A Sugarcane, Calypso And Rum-Spiked Affair

Once the Crop Over festival is formally underway, various parties, concerts, food stalls and other events come up over the summer. It’s generally a laid back, island party vibe until the raucous final weekend.

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Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta: Technicolor Ballet Above

The Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta's creative and visual celebration of flight is not to be missed and offers just as much wonder for spectator as participant. It’s a fitting tribute to humankind’s fascination with flight.

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Art Outside: Sit Back And Let Your Mind Expand

Art Outside was launched in 2001 with a mission to let artists of all kinds display their work, and to inspire new forms of creativity by taking art out of its traditional setting and putting it into nature.

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Bonnaroo: 80,000 People On 700 Acres In The Middle Of Nowhere

Bonnaroo performances can stretch on into the wee hours, with some side stage shenanigans extending after sunrise. And though Manchester, Tennessee is in the middle of nowhere, it is an instant city providing all the amenities one needs and expects in the digital age.

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Boryeong Mud Festival: The Healing Properties Of The Local Mud

The most distinctive point of the Boryeong Mud Festival is to create a united place where people from all over the world come together, meet and interact with strangers and are able to break down walls of age, nationality, race and have fun together and leave with memories and new friends.

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