A festival is like a big party for lots of people.
Here are five fun festivals from around the world.
Do you like hot-air balloons?
Then you should go to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta in New Mexico.
Fiesta is a Spanish word for festival.
The balloon festival lasts for nine days and has around 750 hot-air balloons.
They are beautiful to see flying in the sky!
In St. Petersburg, Russia, people celebrate the White Nights Festival.
This arts festival is in the summer when there is still light at night!
People enjoy concerts, ballets and other events.
In Spain, La Tomatina is a lot of fun.
The week-long festival has music, parades, dancing, fireworks -- and lots of tomatoes!
Thousands of people throw the tomatoes at one another.
The tomato fight usually lasts between one and two hours.
From January 5 to February 5, Harbin welcomes everyone to its Ice and Snow Festival.
People can see all kinds of snow and ice sculptures.
Some are lighted with colored lights at night.
In Pingxi, people gather for the Pingxi Lantern Festival.
It ends the Chinese New Year celebration.
People buy paper lanterns, light them and let them fly into the sky. What a beautiful sight!