7 Countries with Festivals You Definitely Don’t Want to Miss

We all have a hidden child somewhere inside us, and up until that moment that you become a fully-fledged grown up with a steady job and tons of other responsibilities, you need to spend as much time with that inner child. The alternative is not living enough and hitting that midlife crisis just when you think that you’ve settled down. So, to avoid this postponed effect of not having enough fun when you should have, here are a couple of countries you must visit and festivals that you should attend while you’re there.

Burning man

Probably the ultimate life-changing experience. This one-week experience will have you experiencing all kind of ups and downs as you explore your inner self in an artistic-motivated environment.

Tomorrowland

It all started in 2005, and up until this day, it remains as one of the most visited music festivals in the world. If you always wanted to visit an electronic music festival and travel the world while doing it, this may be a good chance to do so.

KaZantrip

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Known as the “ Woodstock of the East” this music festival is probably the longest one. It lasts for 5 to 6 weeks and if you chose to attend you’ll have a chance to hear performance of many famous DJ’s like Carl Cox, Armin Van Buuren, Paul Van Dyk and plenty of others.

Boom Festival

Do you like Psychedelic music? If you are a fan, be sure to check this festival as it offers all sorts of paint, sculpture, art, yoga, cinema activities and workshops beside music.

Dance Valley

This one-day festival is pretty much short for music festival standards, but if you choose to visit Denmark in this time of the year, you won’t regret spending one day attending this awesome music festival.

Ultra Music Festival

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Welcome to the great outdoor music festival where you can hear more than 200 artists performing amongst which are Deadmau5, Ferry Corsten, and many others.

Nature One

As the name suggest, you’ll be surrounded by nature and nature enthusiasts. But it’s not all in the hippy-eco-friendly and planet-loving atmosphere. This is your chance to experience life-changing moments if you end up in Germany during August.