Results for - June Promotion #5- National Great Outdoors Month. Unique Outdoor Festivals! Hypothetically, which would you choose to attend?

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1. June Promotion #5- National Great Outdoors Month. Unique Outdoor Festivals! Hypothetically, which would you choose to attend?

Elvis Week (Memphis)-If swinging your hips to Blue Suede Shoes this summer sounds good to you, then head to Memphis for Elvis Week, usually held in mid-August. Movies, special performances and the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest (to crown the best Elvis impersonator) are just a few activities to keep fans occupied.
28%
740 votes
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30%
775 votes
Dragon Boat Festival (Hong Kong)- Dozens of athletes man their boats and paddle across the finish line for the annual Dragon Boat Festival, aka Duanwu Jie, which spans 3 days in June.
7%
181 votes
Haro Wine Festival (Haro, Spain)- Get ready for a wine fight at the Batalla Del Vino (Battle of Wine) in Haro, Spain. Thousands of locals throw as much as 34,000 gallons of wine at one another on June 29, the day of the patron saint San Pedro. The festival also includes wine-drinking competitions, contests and "bullfights" for kids and heifers.
7%
175 votes
El Colacho (Burgos, Spain)- El Colacho, also internationally known as the baby-jumping festival, is a traditional Spanish holiday that started in 1620 in Burgos, Spain. Men dressed as the devil — donning red and yellow jumpsuits — jump over babies born during the previous 12 months to cleanse them of original sin and to guard them against illnesses and evil spirits.
2%
43 votes
Pflasterspektakel (Austria)- Pronounced flast-er-spek-tack-il, this street festival is one of the most diverse and popular street festivals in all of Europe. What began as a gathering point for street artists transformed into this annual spectacle that now takes place in Linz, Austria, every year. During Pflasterspektakel, over 200,000 people gather to watch acrobats, plays, musical performances, magic tricks, and parades.
14%
367 votes
Naadam Festival (Mongolia)-A celebration of the country's nomadic culture, Naadam focuses on three main sports: archery, horse racing, and wrestling. Men and women compete to show off their prowess at sports and skills that are deeply rooted in Mongolian culture and history.
2%
60 votes
Burning Man (Nevada)- Held every summer in Nevada's Black Rock Desert, this famous festival attracts travellers from all over the globe. It's officially an art festival, but Burning Man is much bigger than that! The desert location becomes a temporary city, filled with costumed attendees enjoying complete freedom and creative expression
10%
259 votes
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