Mud festivals you shouldn’t miss

If, as a child, you had an opportunity of playing with elements, you would have enjoyed playing with mud! many of us still love creating something nice out of the mud. While the finer art of turning clay into artefacts has lured many, the childish joy of playing is always an allure. Imagine this as a festival now. Yes, we are talking about mud festivals and there are many. Let us consider some for today’s discussion.

Boryeyong mud festival

Getting dirty at Mudfest | © Boryeong Mud Festival Organization Committee

Around the first fourteen days of July, thousands run from around the Korean landmass to Boryeong, a little, in any case, sleepy town situated on the western shoreline of the nation for the Boryeong Mud Festival, or Mudfest. Many more fly in from abroad, some going from Europe and the Americas, to encounter some classic mud wrestling, mud sliding and mud swimming – exercises that establish what has lately become the main Korean celebra-cation to visit.

Be that as it may, the famous occasion, which rounds up a large number of dollars in income every year, has more modest beginnings. Actually, when it was first introduced in 1999, the celebration was planned to popularize the cosmetics produced using the district’s mud. As indicated by festival organizers, Boryeong mud is rich in minerals, particularly germanium and bentonite, and it produces a lot of far-infrared rays, which are especially helpful for the skin. Combined with the amount of fun the beachside party gave in, the skincare regimen is just an added advantage.
Getting dirty at Mudfest | © Boryeong Mud Festival Organization Committee

The Paleo open-air music festival

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The Paléo Festival de Nyon, normally called Paléo, is a yearly rock music celebration held in Nyon, Switzerland. Its humble beginnings in 1976 as the Nyon Folk Festival have seen it grow massively from 1977 until 1989. Today it is one of the most significant outside performances in Europe and the greatest in Switzerland. Today the occasion has developed to incorporate worldwide specialists. In 1990, it moved to its present area, at the Plaine de l’Asse that people reach by walking, trekking or by bus/rail. The celebration keeps going six days toward the last week of July, from Tuesday to Sunday, and the last primary stage show is gone before by an extraordinary firecracker show with music. Starting in 2005, 3.5 million onlookers and 2500 specialists had been essential for the Paléo Festival.

Mud play has become a significant part of this music festival with visitors indulging in mud baths, slinging and getting soaked in the mud. And it is catching up. So the next time you plan to visit the Paléo rock music festival, pack some pairs of extra clothes.

Michigan Mud day

Many children take an interest in Mud Day at the Nankin Mills Park on a sunny Tuesday in July, in Westland, Michigan. The annual mud day is for kids 12 years of age and or younger. While guardians may be welcome, this isn’t an occasion implied for adolescents or grown-ups. It’s about the children having some great, messy fun throughout their late spring break and is supported by the Wayne County Parks. There is a Mud Day Queen and Mud Day King crown to vie for during Mud Day.

Glastonbury music festival with mud

Every year around 180000 people fly to attend the greatest festival in the world but the Gastonbury Music Festivals garners millions of viewers from around the globe who tune in to the show on their tellies. While people attending get a great chance to live the incredible music, befriend strangers and make friends, enjoy local cuisine, the best part of the celebrating with mud is the biggest draw Playing in the mud, sleeping in makeshift camps around the fields for fie nights, ake Glastonbury the biggest mud-traction in quite some time.

Water Festival Freiburg:


At the heart of the Water Festival Freiburg is the powerful vision: by 2050, our oceans will be free of plastic! The Water Festival Freiburg is essential for the “worldwide heartbeat” of submitted individuals, creative business visionaries, profound researchers, natural instruction associations, reverberation creating media and change-situated lawmakers who feel called upon to leave on the broad “plastic emergency” with alarm as well as with solid change and development.

What other crazy festivals come to your mind and want to visit? Share us what your thoughts are behind these festivals. Is it to explore the opportunities of skincare solutions using mud with its rich minerals, oils, and sunlight combined with exercise? Or would it be the lure of music and the opportunity to make friends that drives people here? Definitely looks like lt of fun and a photographer’s delight.

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