iReport: We want your craziest Songkran photos and videos

iReport: We want your craziest Songkran photos and videos

Celebrating the Thai new year? Here’s a chance to record the wet and wild chaos -- if you dare -- and share it with the world
Wet and wild Songkran, the Thai new year, is the biggest party of the year. White T-shirts not recommended for the ladies.

Thailand's most anticipated event of the year, Songkran, starts on April 13, kicking off a massive four-day water fight across the nation.

No one is safe. Big groups pile into the back of pick-up trucks or gather on roadsides to splash, drink, dance and wipe powder on each other's faces. In addition to the water fights there are parties, parades and traditional Thai celebrations. 

If you’re not afraid to take your video and photo gear out into the annual madness, send us your wildest photos and videos from the 2011 Thai new year holiday. 

We're collecting your memories through April 25 on CNNGo iReport, and the best photos, videos and stories will make it to the CNNGo site. 

Find our how to submit your story on the CNNGo iReport Thailand Songkran assignment.

What is CNNGo iReport? 

CNNGo iReport is putting reporting back in your hands.

As CNNGo continues to cover the people, places and lifestyles of the most fascinating and vibrant cities in the world, we’ve realized one thing: we don't want to do it alone. What fun is that?

With iReport we ask readers to help us show what makes cities across Asia tick.

We put out the assignments and leave it to you to continue the conversation, loading in your videos, photos and stories that show what your city, and the people in it, are made of.

For the Thailand Songkran assignment and many more, check out the CNNGo iReport page (assignments are at the bottom).

To see previously submitted stories, click the CNNGo iReport banner at the top of this piece.