March 29 - April 2, 2018
Tyagarah, NSW, Australia
The Byron Bay Bluesfest remains one of Australia's most acclaimed and respected festivals and has been inspirational for many other festivals around the world. Held annually over Easter is one of the biggest, and most popular, events in...
April 21 - May 6, 2018
New Orleans, LA, USA
Jazz fan or not, the annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is the place to celebrate music. During the last weekend in April and the first weekend in May, the Big Easy opens to the page in its history book...
March 9 -11, 2018
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
A bold subculture of innovation is celebrated at this festival dedicated to what used to be a morning beverage. No more a breakfast libation, coffee connoisseurs, foodies of every stripe and industry professionals gather in the capital of the Netherlands...
February 24 - 25, 2018
Just like wine, chocolate has nuances that can be learned through serious tasting. Head to the Chocoa Festival to learn how to ‘slow’ taste and learn all about the history of chocolate. Also look out for chocolate workshops organised by...
January 27 - February 4, 2018
This European Alpine balloon festival sees Switzerland take centre stage, bringing hundreds of variously shaped balloons together in the Vaudois Alpine skies. Now in its 40th year, there are hot air balloon rides, parachute shows, a kids’ day and a number...
February 22 - March 4, 2018
Montreal, QC, Canada
Canadian winters can be notoriously long, dark and cold, but Montrealers have never let that hold them back. Instead, every year they don their warmest coats and host one of the biggest, most elaborate winter festivals the world...
January 18 - 29, 2023
Lake Louise, Canada
In the heart of these winter months, Banff National Park invites visitors and locals to embrace the cold, vigour, and fun that winter brings. The silence that comes with falling snow, the glowing crackle of a fire, and the joy...
November, 2022 - January, 2023
Going to the Christmas Market is a great tradition in Germany, and every city has at least one. Berlin boasts 80 Christmas markets.
Even while you can now find these Christmas markets all throughout Europe, they actually have their roots in...