Sexy Festivals and Parties
The main festivity in Brazil which earned the distinction of being “The Greatest Show on Earth.” The Rio Carnival starts on Friday until Tuesday or just a day shy of Ash Wednesday, a significant Catholic tradition which signal the start of Lent. If you really want to understand what is Carnival, head off to the Sambodromo particularly on Carnival Sunday and Monday to experience first-hand why this annual tradition is visited by millions of people from all the part of the world.
Burning Man (Nevada)
The annual, nine-day gathering in the desert that includes artistic performances, installations, and music — but don't call it a festival.
"Burning Man is not a festival. Burning Man is a community. A temporary city.
Held annually at Black Rock City, temporarily erected in the Black Rock Desert, Burning Man is all about experiencing inclusion, self-reliance, and self-expression on a radical scale. Apparently a hot spot for desert orgies, scantily clad bodies, and getting sand deeply imbedded in every orifice.
Mardi Gras (New Orleans)
The celebration of the Epiphany.. Starts Thursday night and lasts all the way until early Tuesday morning!!!
The celebrations themselves center on the parades, specifically the “krewes.” They’re long-standing, exclusive social clubs that organize the parades, and getting to ride on one of the floats is a huge honor.
Coachella is a giant annual music festival in Indio, California. The festival has grown tremendously since its first year in 1999 and it’s now way more than just a weekend to listen to good music.
Oktoberfest isn’t traditionally known as a “sexy” festival, but that’s a shame because what is sexier than beer by the gallon and hot German beer winches in thight dresses? Beginning in late September and not ending until early October, this is the world’s largest Volkfest (beer festival).