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What kind of oldies concert draws a huge audience in its 20s? Rock the Bells, the daylong hip-hop festival. This is an annual hip hop festival that originally took place in Southern California only, but has since toured throughout the world. There’s a defensive tone to Rock the Bells, an annual festival since 2004: an implication that 21st-century hip-hop has taken a wrong turn into thuggishness, simple-mindedness, formula and triviality. There is also a promise that its clean-cut young audien...
The Primo Maggio Music Festival is an annual one day festival in Rome that welcomes the spring season. The gigantic music festival is held in Piazza San Giovanni from 2pm to 11pm and is entirely free! Primo Maggio features a number of well-known Italian pop and rock bands, as well as the occasional international guest. The line-up is only release...
The Arts festival celebrates the arts with a vibrant mix of national and international performers throughout the island. It has been in continuous growth since it first started at 1970 then held biannually until 2004 when it was decided to start having it annually.. Music, visual arts and theater are all represented. It is one of the oldest and mo...
Portland is one of America's most lively and cultured cities on the west coast. It is Oregon's most populous city with a population of over 500,000 people. The City of Portland has been referred to as one of the most environmentally friendly or “green” cities in the world. The city and the region are noted for strong land-use planning and ...
A new edition of the most famous festival of music in Brazil is comming. The last time that Rock in Rio “Por Um Mundo Melhor” (something like “for a better world”) happened was in 2001, long time ago, with importante names of the world music. The first edition was in 1985, with 28 bands and 1.380.000 persons. Because of the success, anothe...
The Araquio Festival is one of a kind in the Philippines and in the world. It is Nueva Ecija's very own theatrical-religious presentaions dating back to the time os the Spanish conqustadors. Nueva Ecija is a province in Central Luzon, also known as the rice granary of the Philippines as it produces one-third of the country's rice supply. Araquio...
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Prague is a capital of Charles IV's Bohemian Kingdom, and it has played a pivotal role in the development of Central Europe since the Middle Ages, situated on both banks of the Vltva River. Its thrilling history and glorious architecture has made Prague one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The popularity of Praha (in Czech) shows no sign...
If you think Rio de Janeiro is the only destination for tourists in Brazil, you are wrong. There are also places for eletronic music fans, cities where you can eat the best typical food of the country or amazing beatches not crowd of people, just to relax. We can start talking about Pernambuco, in the Northest. Maybe you have already heard about ...
21 April is the 2,764rd anniversary of the legendary founding of Rome by Romulus in 753 BC. The city is marking the occasion with a programme of events over several days, including free guided tours of archaeological sites and monuments, lectures, historical re-enactments with the Gruppo Storico Romano and music performances. The celebrations cul...
The Pinkpop Festival is an annual rock festival held at Landgraaf, Netherlands. It is held annually on the Pentecost weekend. Today Pinkpop is a 3 day festival from Saturday to Monday and is visited by approximately 60,000 people a day with performances on 3 separate stages. In 35 years almost 2 million people have attended Pinkpop and more than ...
Its a city which is not so easy to find in your way around, but the capital is worth the effort. Cairo is home to some of the world's most famous sights, including the much loved Sphinx and its well-known broken nose, and the treasures of Tutankhamun. It's a huge city with many millions of inhabitants living beside the banks of the River Nile, j...
Officially known as the Kingdom of Cambodia, the country in Southeast Asia is nestled between Thailand, to the west/northwest, Laos to the northeast, Vietnam to the east, and the breathtaking Gulf of Thailand to the southwest. Cambodia's geography is dominated by the Mekong River, one of the word's greatest rivers and the Tonlé Sap lake. Cambo...
If you like clean clothes and using proper table manners, this festival is not for you! The La Tomatina is an annual festival held in the Valencian town of Brunol in Spain. On the last Wednesday in August, during the week of festivities of Brunol, people flood the streets for the sole purpose of throwing tomatoes at one another! Known as the bigg...
The Bay to Breakers is a annual footrace that takes place in San Francisco, California on the third Sunday of May. The name reflects the fact that race starts at the northeast end of the downtown area adjacent to San Francisco Bay and runs west through the city to finish at the Great Highway. The allure of the Bay to Breakers is that its more ...
Spring has finally arrived and so is our new remade website, Worldbesthostels.com offers over 24000 hostels with fantastic and unique locations all over the world. Whether you are looking for a shared room or a private room, WBH we guarantee a quick, great search with affordable prices in quality safe hostels. Its easy devoted to find a budge...
The Patagonian Andes have long been a source of mystery and amazement to outsiders. It is a region of natural wonders such as glaciers, volcanoes, cool temperate rainforests and alpine lakes. Although it can be shortened considerably at the whim of the elements, the trekking season in the Patagonian Andes lasts a maximum of six months. It begins ...
The Beatification of Pope John Paul II will be visiting Rome from 30th of April until 2nd of May. About two and a half million of people are expected in Rome for the beatification of Pope John Paul II on May 1, 2011 to witness his progress towards sainthood. The ceremony in St. Peter’s Square is expected to be one of the biggest media events of ...
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