Best Festivals In November

November is inexorably here, but if you are not yet hibernating, don´t and get inspired with some of the best sparking events of this month instead. Though cold and grey in many parts of the world, thankfuly there are celebrations and festivals to make it more bearable.

ICELAND AIRWAVES, Nov 2 – 9, 2016, Reykjavik, Iceland

First in line for this month is a music festival which started in 1999 and has since then grown into a city-wide festival with art, music, fashion and fun. Get ready for a load of  alternative rock and as a bonus some of the local music.

YI PENG AND LOY KRATHONG (LANTERN FESTIVAL), Nov 14, 2016, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Although originaly an ancient and spiritual event, the highlight of the festival is the show with releasing thousands of lit lanterns into the night sky. The lanterns symbolise the negativity that people are let go of themselves.

STRAWBERRY FIELDS, Nov 17 – 20, 2016, Tocumwal, New South Wales, Australia

One of the most progressive lively festivals taking place on the Southern Hemisphere since 2009. Get ready for the fun of electronic music.


Every year at 9 o´clock in the morning, in streets of NYC takes place, one of the most important holidays in the US – Thanksgiving officially ushers in the autumn. Don´t miss the live parade.

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