Just for Laughs (also known in French as Juste pour Rire) Montreal is the world's largest international comedy festival, welcoming 2 million people each summer.
Check out the list below and choose between partying in a 17th century Balkan fortress or an Icelandic glacier, to pool parties, beach raves or lakeside gigs.
Bravio delle Botti is a weeklong Renaissance style celebration in the hilltop village of Montepulciano taking place on the last week of August.
The annual Timkat Festival, which celebrates the Ethiopian Epiphany, is one of the biggest events in the Ethiopian social calendar, and joy to observe in the country’s capital, Addis Ababa.
Nozstock celebrated its 20th anniversary this year with a unique “Nozstalgic” theme. We spent three days camping at the festival to see what it was all about.
If you have already done Glastonbury and want a change of scene (and T-shirt) or just can't get tickets, check out our suggestions of amazing alternative festivals.
From winter festivals in Canada and Japan to carnivals in Cuba and Venice, and a Halloween in Romania, we’ve picked out the festival highlights for 2018.
Every three years, the town of Tateyama, around 400km North West of Tokyo, stages the sacred ritual of Nunobashi Kanjoe where blindfolded women walk to paradise.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Sziget. We revisit The Island of Freedom for the third time to see whether it has retained the wow factor.
If you love to party, are a little hedonistic or just want to strut your stuff, this round-up of festivals and carnivals is for you.