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May 2019

Venice Biennale 2019 (La Biennale di Venezia)

May 11 - November 24
Venice Venice,Italy
Venice Biennale Italy

From May to November, the Venice Biennale (la Biennale di Venezia in its original Italian, and in English also called the Venice Biennial) is one of the world’s most prestigious cultural happenings, famous for displaying new trends and launching the international careers of many an artist and architect. For every new edition, the management of the Venice Biennale select top curators from all over the world to organise the Biennale's pioneering art exhibitions. The first Venice Biennale was held in…

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Bury St Edmunds Festival 2019, Suffolk

May 16 - May 26
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Bury St Edmunds Festival

Nigel Kennedy, Rick Wakeman and The Puppini Sisters headline the Bury St Edmunds Festival which will take place for the 34th time from 16 to 26 May, 2019. Spread over 11 days, in 13 different venues and with 50 different events across the pleasant Suffolk town, the locations for the scheduled activities range from the very modern and flexible Apex to the 800-year-old Guild Hall, the Theatre Royal – the last working Regency Playhouse in Britain – and The Abbey…

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Barbados Celtic Festival 2019

May 21 - May 26
Bridgetown, Barbados Bridgetown,Barbados + Google Map
Barbados Celtic Festival

The Caribbean island of Barbados is to host the Barbados Celtic Festival, one of its most spectacular festivals and one of the foremost Celtic festivals globally, from 21 to 26 May, in Bridgetown.  (Details of the 2019 Barbados Celtic Festival will be printed below when announced) A three-day fun-packed event of entertainment, folk music and food, The Barbados Celtic Festival  features talent from Ireland, Scotland and Barbados. Hamish Stuart and Molly Duncan from the Original Average White Band headline the festival…

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White Nights Festival 2019 Saint Petersburg, Russia

May 23 - July 29
All over town Saint Petersburg,Russian Federation
White Nights Saint Petersburg Russia

During the period of the White Nights Festival from June to July in Saint Petersburg, the sun never sets and the city never sleeps. Russia’s cultural capital....

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Vivid Sydney 2019, New South Wales

May 24 - June 15
Sydney Harbour Sydney,New South WalesAustralia + Google Map
Vivid Sydney

Regarded as the biggest light, music and ideas festival in the South, Vivid Sydney will light up the city's opera house and surrounding harbour area from 24 May to 15 June. Celebrating its 11th year, Vivid Sydney is Australia's most beloved and awarded festival, according to the organisers. This year The Cure and Spike Lee are among the many participants at the festival, which is divided into three segments: Vivid Light, Vivid Ideas and Vivid Music. Enjoy the spectacle of…

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June 2019

Soho Music Month, London 2019

June 1 - June 30
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Soho Music Month

London's westend will burst into music once again this June with the Soho Music Month, a free music and cultural festival. Hosted in a variety of venues across Soho and Carnaby, the festival will feature some of London's best and emerging musical talents. Platform LDN hub will feature activities from DJ residencies, creative workshops and live music broadcasts including COLLECTIONS., a pop-up shop curated by Maya Jama and Julie Adenuga, and BBC Radio 1 Extra presenter Jamz Supernova's 101 masterclass.…

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Hua Hin Jazz Festival 2019, Thailand

June 7 - June 8
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Hua Hin Jazz Festival Thailand

It could hardly get any better when you combine a beach and Thai food with world-class live jazz. The Thai royal seaside resort of Hua Hin, a three-hour drive from Bangkok, will once again host the annual Hua Hin Jazz Festival in June. Hua Hin Jazz Festival Programme Over 100 Thai and foreign performers are expected to fill the two stages at this 2019 edition. Thailand's premier saxophonist Koh Mr. Saxman has been announced to perform once again this year,while…

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Ultra Music Festival 2019, Singapore

June 8 - June 9
Ultra Park, 1 Bayfront Avenue018971Singapore + Google Map
Ultra Music Festival

Light up your glow sticks and trip the light fantastic at the 4th edition of Singapore’s Ultra Music Festival on 8 and 9 June. Electronic Dance Music (EDM) lovers from all over the world will visit Singapore to hear top talent churn out their heart-racing beats on three outdoor stages. The ULTRA Main Stage is where the main action is. Live Stage is where live performances take place with drums, guitars, live synths, vocals etc. including pop and rock acts…

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Isle of Wight Festival 2019, UK

June 13 - June 16
Seaclose Park Newport,isle of wightUnited Kingdom + Google Map
£60 – £175
Isle of Wight Festival

One of the most popular and colourful festivals in the summer music scene, the Isle of Wight Festival returns to the rolling isle off the South Coast of England this June. The first festival was held at Hell Field, near Godshill, from August 31 to September 1, 1968, followed by the Wootton Festival with Bob Dylan the next year. In 1970, Jimi Hendrix rocked it at the Afton Festival. George Erza will be performing at this year's festival This year,…

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Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Colorado, USA, 2019

June 20 - June 23
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Telluride Bluegrass Festival

The Telluride Bluegrass Festival is a unique mix of music, comedy, circus and the great outdoors of Colorado. This year the artists performing include Jim James, Kacey Musgraves and the Sam Bush Band. The Bluegrass music at the heart of this festival is a sub-genre of country music, with a bit of folk and blues mixed into it, whilst Telluride is a former mining town in a box canyon in the Rocky Mountains. A mix of established artists and new…

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July 2019

Rainforest Fringe Festival 2019

July 5 - July 12
Kuching Kuching,SarawakMalaysia
Rainforest Fringe Festival Malaysia

During a period of eight days in July, the best of Sarawak’s art, music, culture, craft, photography, film, food and heritage will be showcased in the heart of Kuching, the state’s capital. Returning for a third time, the Rainforest Fringe Festival is expected to attract over 18,000 visitors. When you think of the island of Borneo, what usually first springs to mind are lush rainforests and an abundance of exotic fauna. Perhaps less so is a host of world class…

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Phi Ta Khon or Ghost Festival 2019, Thailand

July 5 - July 7
In the town’s main street Dan Sai,Thailand + Google Map
Phi Ta Khon Festival Thailand

The immensely popular Phi Ta Khon Festival – also known as the Ghost Festival – is the best reason to visit Loei, a Thai province rarely frequented by international tourists. This three-day event in July is a combination of masked processions, old traditions and raucous parties where large, traditional ghost masks take centre stage. Phi Ta Khon is a joyous and outrageous festival that is attended predominantly by Thai visitors. Its colourful procession is more or less comparable to the…

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George Town Heritage Celebrations 2019

July 6 - July 8
George Town World Heritage Site George Town,PenangMalaysia + Google Map
George Town Heritage Celebrations

When on 7 July 2008 UNESCO granted World Heritage status to Penang’s capital George Town, the local government marked the event by declaring it a public holiday and the July George Town Heritage Celebrations have kept on growing ever since. To honour UNESCO’s recognition, a community-centred festival is held each year around the old streets of the city to celebrate its buildings, culture and history. Since 2014 events are centred around a cultural theme and this year’s is 'Let's Celebrate: Rituals…

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Naadam Festival Mongolia 2019

July 11 - July 13
ulaanbaatur ulaanbaatur,Mongolia + Google Map
Naadam Festival Mongolia

Also called the Olympic Games of nomads, the spectacular Naadam Festival in Mongolia is the country’s biggest event and its national pride. Taking place every July, men and women compete in horse racing, archery and wrestling between impressive and colourful opening and closing ceremonies that turn the whole country topsy-turvy. During the entire year young and old in Mongolia train hard to prepare for the games that see very young horse riders, muscled wrestlers and elegant archers show off their…

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Candle Festival Thailand, 2019

July 16 - July 17
Different locations across the country Thailand
Candle Festival Thailand

Marking the start of the green (or wet) season, the Candle Festival in July is amongst the most beautiful celebrations in Thailand. Extravagant, intricately-carved candle sculptures are shown off at colourful, fun parades with music, dance and lots of other festivities. The traditional Candle Festival takes place during Asahna Bucha and Khao Phansa days, two important Buddhist events that celebrate respectively Buddha’s first sermon and the beginning of Khao Pansa or Buddhist Lent which lasts for three months. The events…

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Boryeong Mud Festival 2019, South Korea

July 19 - July 28
Boryeong Boryeong,South ChungcheongKorea, Republic of + Google Map
Boryeong Mud Festival worldwide festivals

At the Boryeong Mud Festival in South Korea, everything revolves around one and one thing only: mud. During 10 days the beach of Boryeong transforms itself into a mud heaven with bouncy castles, slides, football fields and even inflatable prisons all filled with nothing but mud, turning this event into one of South Korea’s most popular happenings. Combined with live music and DJ concerts, this is the place to get down and dirty Gangnam style.

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Sapporo Summer Festival 2019

July 19 - August 17
Sapporo Saporro,Japan + Google Map
Sapporo Summer Festival Japan

Lasting a whole month from mid-July to mid-August, the Sapporo Summer Festival 2019 is packed with a variety of cultural, musical, gastronomical and fireworks events attracting both local visitors and tourists. Summers in Japan are hot and humid and not always considered to be an ideal time to visit the country, but not so in Sapporo, capital of the mountainous island of Hokkaido. Located in the extreme north, Hokkaido is blessed with mild summers making it a pleasant period to…

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Ventnor Fringe, Isle of Wight 2019

July 23 - July 28
Ventnor Exchange, 11 Church Street
Ventnor,Isle of WightUnited Kingdom
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Ventnor Fringe 2018

Celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2019, the Isle of Wight's award winning arts festival, Ventnor Fringe is held from 23 to 28 July, 2019. The Ventnor Fringe 2018 had over 100 events ranging from street piano performances to pop up cinemas, gigs in local houses, intimate church performances and mystery tours, featuring emerging talent and future stars in a line-up of the most exciting emerging artists from the UK and overseas. Film In The Woods - just one of the many…

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August 2019

Cambridge Folk Festival 2019

August 1 - August 4
Cambridge Folk Festival, Cherry Hinton Park
Cambridge,United Kingdom
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Cambridge Folk Festival

There is no booming DJ tent, round-the-clock cinema or secret location, but Cambridge still stands as the most elegant festival on the UK summer music calendar. Set within the Edenic woodland of Cherry Hinton Park, the 53-year-old Cambridge Folk Festival continues to place one quality above all others: the power and authenticity of the performer and their ability to communicate with an audience. This year’s line-up is typically strong and features headlining slots from two legends, Janis Ian and John…

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Mammoth Festival of Beers & Bluesapalooza 2019

August 1 - August 4
The Woods at Mammoth Lakes, 5701 Minaret Road
Mammoth Lakes,CAUnited States
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Mammoth Festival of Beers & Bluesapalooza

The Mammoth Festival of Beers and Bluesapalooza is a mix of many shades of blues music and even more flavours of craft beers and ciders. Music ranges from blues to R&B, soul and rock, with more than 20 bands performing on twin stages during Bluesapalooza, including multi-Grammy-award-winner Buddy Guy, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue. The appaloosa is a tough, western horse, so blues as rugged as wild horses? That’s one for the mind to ponder.…

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