Internet Cat Video Festival

The Internet Cat Video Film Festival is a North American film festival featuring cat videos as chosen by a panel of judges. The festival was conceived as a modest celebration to bring online communities together in the real world. #catvidfest has since become its own viral phenomenon, drawing more than 10,000 fans to each of festival debuts and winning the attention of local, national, and international audiences and media.

Day Zero Festival

This Mexican festival is one of a kind. Set against a backdrop of lush forest, Mayan temples, and placid lakes, it really manages to create a special atmosphere that has been praised by the artists themselves.

The first edition of the festival was in December 2012, and it celebrated the end of the cyclical Mayan calendar. The festival is back in January 2014, the world not having ended, to inaugurate year one of the new calendar.

Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Holy Ship!

Holy Ship! is a festival in a category all of its own. The premise is simple: a three day festival on a luxury liner. The festival/ship departs from Miami and goes to the Bahamas, stopping at several islands, and returns. Parties featuring DJs are held both on-board the ship, and on the islands. The ship, the MSC Diva, is a brand new luxury liner and includes a disco, restaurants, a spa, a pool, and a casino.

Organiser's book big electronic dance music acts every year, so the music is not just a gimmick, it plays a central part in the festival.

$699 per person for a double cabin


Southbound Music Festival is an annual arts, music and camping festival held at the Sir Stewart Bovell Park in Busselton, Western Australia. Southbound began its life as a single day music festival in 2005 and in 2006, expanded to enable attendees to camp on festival grounds. As of 2010, the festival takes place across 2 days, and allows campers to occupy the grounds for 3 days.


2013 Line-up

2013's line-up featured performances from The Flaming Lips, The Vaccines and The Hives.

Busselton, Australia
$129 - $400

Rhythm & Vines

Rhythm and Vines is an annual music festival held on around New Years Eve in Gisbourne New Zealand.


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2013 sees the event celebrate it's 10th birthday with the likes of Chase & Status, Kimbra, Mark Ronson, Tame Impala, The Black Seeds and many more. Click here to view the full line-up.

Gisborne, New Zealand