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Chicken and Waffles on a Stick from Chicken Charlies at the LA County Fair.

11 delicious festival foods you can get on a stick

From Scotch eggs to deep-fried and bacon-wrapped olives filled with cheese, there are plenty of foods you can eat right off a stick.
Festivals have some of the coolest food offerings out there.

10 over-the-top foods you can only find at festivals

From giant cream puffs to meatballs that weigh a pound, here are some of the most outrageously delicious offerings from festivals around the US.
Burning Man is free inside, but it can cost thousands to prepare for it.

13 unbelievable facts that show just how much people are willing to spend on Burning Man, from $425 tickets to $14,000 private planes

Burning Man is commerce-free — but attending can cost up to $20,000 depending on the experience you want, according to some estimates.
Nearly 70,000 people went to Burning Man in 2017.

Everything you’ve been wanting to know about Burning Man, the wild 9-day arts event in the Nevada desert frequented by celebs and tech moguls

Burning Man, an annual arts event in the Nevada desert, has spontaneous musical performances, dancing, art, communal living — and lots of partying.
Childish Gambino.

I went to Coachella for the first time. The most underrated part of the festival is how good the organizers are at picking what times musicians perfor...

My favorite part about Coachella was the lineup scheduling. The organizers encouraged attendees to move, making it easy to see artists I cared about.
Snapchat has come up with a way of monitoring people's emotions at events via their selfies.

I got a free, last-minute ticket to Coachella, and it still cost $2,000 to go. Here’s exactly what I spent for a weekend at the notoriously expe...

I ended up spending over $2,000 on lodging, airfare, a rental car, and more for a weekend at Coachella. Here's exactly what my expenses look like.
Día de los Muertos.

5 spiritual holidays around the world that honor the dead

Despite all the candy and costumes today, Halloween started as a way to remember the dead. And while not many other countries celebrate it, they do have their own holidays that pay homage to ancestors and people who have since passed away.

3 men arrested in connection with New York City terror plots targeting concerts and subway system

Federal authorities said the man may have been plotting an ISIS-inspired attack against New York concerts.

One photo reveals how insanely big Burning Man is — and how completely it disappears every year

The "Leave no trace" policy is taken very seriously at Burning Man, and it has us asking: Where does it all go?

Bill Gates once gave Coachella’s founder a grave warning about how the festival could go wrong

Even at Coachella — an event founded on care-free living — the billionaire philanthropist reportedly had some thoughts on deadly pandemics.