The Haro Wine Festival is known in Spanish as ‘La Batalla del Vino’ – the wine battle. It involves thousands of people soaking themselves, and everybody around them, in red wine that will ruin clothes for ever. Then rushing off to run around a bull ring chasing frolicking heifers and then finally going off to a party. That’s La Batalla del Vino in a nutshell.
lastonbury Festival of Comtemporary Performing Arts is the UK’s biggest music celebration, and a ton progressively – it’s a unique case! What makes it so extraordinary is the vibe – energetic, however smooth.
While you may have encountered different celebrations, for example, the Reading/Leeds Festival, or the V celebrations, there truly is no correlation.
Initially you have the setting – 1,200 sections of land in a lovely valley in Somerset. The site is HUGE – about a mile and a half crosswise over (it generally takes a decent hour to get from side to side amid the Festival), and an edge fence of around 8 1/2 miles. Everything is inside the fence – outdoors and excitement – not at all like different celebrations, there is no field to (line up for and) enter every day.
At that point you have the general population – these are what influences this celebration exceptional (to see here for some especially extraordinary individual experiences). Like all celebrations, the more you put in yourself, the better time you’ll have – do whatever it takes not to be only a latent guest hoping to be simply engaged. Cooperate, or add to the occasion (regardless of whether its equitable by showing an available mentality and a colossal grin), investigate the entire site and look at no less than one show at each scene.