Business Traveller (India) - - WHAT’S ON AUGUST -

Ber­lin, Ger­many Au­gust 5–7 IN­TER­NA­TIONAL BER­LIN BEER FES­TI­VAL Fea­tur­ing as many as 2,400 va­ri­eties of beer from ap­prox­i­mately 340 brew­eries the world over, it is no won­der that this beer fes­ti­val at­tracts a grow­ing num­ber of vis­i­tors each year. In­ter­na­tional Ber­lin Beer Fes­ti­val is held around the area of Karl-Marx-Allee, be­tween Straus­berger Platz and Frank­furter Tor. There are many beer tents and stalls set up for tast­ing, in ad­di­tion to 18 dif­fer­ent stages where live mu­sic per­for­mances are held. bier­fes­ti­val-ber­

Ed­in­burgh, Scot­land Au­gust 12-28

ED­IN­BURGH IN­TER­NA­TIONAL BOOK FES­TI­VAL Si­t­u­ated in Char­lotte Square Gar­dens, this fes­ti­val is one of the most awaited for book­worms. It brings to­gether over 800 nov­el­ists, po­ets, sci­en­tists, il­lus­tra­tors, comic cre­ators and his­to­ri­ans, in­clud­ing No­bel Prize win­ners to dis­play some of their best pieces of work. It also gives a chance to fans to en­gage in con­ver­sa­tions and dis­cus­sions about their favourite book gen­res, and gain from in­sight into each other’s worlds. ed­book­

Bunol, Spain Au­gust 30


La To­matina is a farm-friendly fes­ti­val that orig­i­nated in Bunol around 1944. This oneof-a-kind food fight has been gath­er­ing thou­sands of tourists from all over the world, each year grow­ing by leaps. Sim­i­lar to Holi in In­dia, in­stead of colours, toma­toes are hurled at each other. The fes­ti­val trans­forms the streets of Bunol into a free-for-all food fight­ing arena. Trucks bring 1,30,000 ki­los of over-ripe toma­toes for par­tic­i­pants. latomati­na­

Lon­don, UK Au­gust 27-28

NOT­TING HILL CAR­NI­VAL The an­nual Not­ting Hill Car­ni­val is a grandiose street fes­ti­val that usu­ally takes place on the last week­end of Au­gust. It be­gins on a Satur­day evening with a range of per­for­mances, in­clud­ing mu­sic bands and other out­door stage shows. On Sun­day morn­ing, a colourful Caribbean car­ni­val takes place, fol­lowed by a pa­rade in the af­ter­noon. Peo­ple of all ages march in fancy cos­tumes. The Grand Fi­nale hap­pens on the fol­low­ing Mon­day wherein the streets are packed with mu­sic bands, mo­bile sound sys­tems, dancers and per­form­ers. Elab­o­rate food stalls set up on both Sun­day and Mon­day. vis­it­lon­

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