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Oranges, pillows, wine, you name it–there is a messy festival somewhere in the world for it.
While theÂ U.K.’s Glastonbury festival is a de facto mud festival, South Korea’s Boryeong Mud FestivalÂ is a real live one. The 15-year-old festival just wrapped up last month, and initially started asÂ a marketing initiative for a cosmetics company.
If mud isn’t your bag, there’s a somewhat cleaner fest in Austria for body painting enthusiasts. The World Bodypainting Festival in PÃ¶rtschach attracts a diverse crowd of bedazzled, prosthetics-wearing, body art fans ever July.
Read more details and see a full slideshow of the featured festivals at CNN.com.