photo by Edward Clynes, Lucidity Festival by Saphir Lewis If you get to a transformational festival this summer, you’re in for a spectacular time. No matter how high you set your expectations, they’re bound to be topped. Ye old “stage in a meadow” [...]
photo by Juliana Bernstein (Get Tiny) The ceremony at Oregon Eclipse 2017 was beyond anything I’ve experienced. Yes, it was Epic, and I use that word often, but here I use it in the full meaning of the word….. Symbiosis Gathering had built a gorgeous Sun Temple at [...]
REPOSTED from The Sights & Sounds by Kris KishIt’s no secret that the international music festival scene has witnesses explosive growth over the past decade. What was a community of underground warehouses and desert raves have evolved into the EDCs of Tokyo, Mexico, Paris to [...]
By Betty for BettyandKora.com(photographers uncredited) Working in the festival world for many years now, and for many different production companies, there are about a million facets that bring an event together. And a million might be an understatement. Regardless of how big or small a festival is, one thing [...]
photo by Jonathan Akbari Festivals can be a magical space, where human connection and unity is at an all-time high. Synchronicity seems to be in the air, the vibes are high, and the pull between people and energies is undeniable. It’s no surprise that many festies leave events with a deeper [...]
Photo by Da Karai Why I Believe Oregon Eclipse (Fest) To Be Pivotal & Historic I’m not a scientist, but this is my understanding of Imaginal Cells. The caterpillar in the cocoon doesn’t grow wings and come out flying. Rather, it dissolves into a high potency goo….then, science says, mysterious [...]
Photo by Louis Fisher @FishMakesPhotos From our dear friends at Enchanted Forest Gathering, who sadly won’t be back after Covid. by Jazzy Cherie The atmosphere at a festival is euphoric. It’s hard to describe the feeling of a festival to someone who has never been to one. Words [...]
Our friends at Wanderlust Festival have all of you nomads in mind with these tips for Mindful and Creative travel. Morning Practice On the Road: 3 Tricks for Mindful and Creative Travel Nkechi Njaka is just one of the inspiring teachers you can learn from [...]
A farm tour of VerdEnergia at NuSeed. We learned about their reforestation projects and the history of the land. from our friends at http://blog.numundo.org I sit quietly; the noises of the jungle are constant in the background. The hum of cicadas reaches its crescendo at dusk, it’s almost deafening. The [...]
photo by Adrian Spinelli THIS ONE IS EPIC! Click on over to see them all..... After a glorious festival weekend, it's common to find ourselves searching for ways to keep those festival memories alive. And let's be real, there's nothing like a good ole GIF to communicate those [...]
by bettyandkora It’s summer: you’re coasting along the highway – a sweetly rumbling engine and good tunes in your ear, the summer wind on your face. Imagine spending an entire summer in nature, living simply, constantly seeing new things and meeting new people, and consistently being surrounded by incredible music [...]
Photo By: Conner Coughenour Check out this great article from our friends at Fest300, aka EverFest. by Tessla Venus Goodwin Whether it’s your first camping festival or your 500th, having a pretty and comfortable campsite can make or break your experience. I asked some of our most seasoned readers what [...]
From Michael Morgenstern and the Bay Area Community, After the Oakland Ghost Ship fire: we created this short video on fire safety for event production. Please watch it — 4 minutes later you’ll be a lot more prepared. >>> Here’s an important informational from our friends at Fest300. Read it, [...]
photo by Aaron Benjamin Glassman, Symbiosis 2016 By Christian Cortes Gazing at the colorful streams of people flowing into the festival grounds from the outside world, I can already see it beginning. I feel it in my feet as I push through the heat; it takes form as [...]
[Big Thanks to our friends at Greenheart.TV for creating this truly gorgeous video from our 2nd Unifier Festival. It’s our hopes that if you were there this will help you sink back in to the expanded sense of reverence and deep appreciation we all shared together on the Land. If [...]
Unifier Festival is coming up soon, in Western Mass. Its a deeper, more intentional gathering than most and one you won’t want to miss. Founder Jason Cohen has an exciting story to tell, and one you will want to be part of…I spoke with him on May 22, 2016. [Read [...]
Check out this Gorgeous recap of Lucidity Festivals by media goddess Kaylie Suzanne of Violet Visions on The Sights and Sounds, an awesome channel brought to you by our new pal Kris Kish. Music festivals have undergone a paradigm shift in the way they have to interact with their audience. [...]
January 28, 2016 David Garber In the last weekend of February, Feb 25-28, Envision Festival will blossom to life for its fifth straight year. The four-day event is set in Uvita, Costa Rica—specifically at Rancho La Merced, a sand-speckled stretch of beach nestled between the leafy jungle and crystalline waters [...]
Though they rarely come to our neck of the woods....check out the work of Artescape, they create some of the most beautiful shade structures in the world for festivals like ours all over the planet. Check out their Facebook Gallery for Earthdance Cape Town last weekend.
If you're on the East Coast, the Great North: Music and Arts Festival is coming up soon >>> Labor Day weekend in Maine. These great folks throw a beautiful gathering, one you are bound to enjoy immensely. These good friends are pioneers in the far corner of USA, bringing good [...]
This is a terrific read by Girls On The Grid, I hope you enjoy it! Sadly they didn’t include photo credits. Published on August 24, 2015 at http://www.girlsonthegrid.com/burning-man/ By Leia Ostermann Burning Man is a week-long, counterculture city, built in the desert, thriving on a culture of possibility and supported by [...]
A good friend and collaborator, the great writer Graham Berry, crafted this article of festing tips for you. There are some really great notes in here, secrets that usually take a long time to figure out…. I thought you’d enjoy having them in hand. He wrote it for Fest300, and [...]
“ReInhabiting the Village: CoCreating our Future” is a 350 page graphically rich, full color, soft cover book showcasing the work of 12 Visionary Artists and over 65 Contributing Authors featuring “Voices from the Village” sharing their experience, best practices, strategies and resources to empower communities through practical wisdom and inspiring [...]
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