Monthly Archives: April 2016

Last Chance for online passes to Boogaloo Music and Art Festival!

Written by Bryan Deng This weekend April 29 – May 1, the Boogaloo Music and Art Festival in Oak Canyon Park, Silverado, CA kicks off their second year! Organized by The Dirty Beetles artist collective, this boutique festival has been gaining popularity and has booked some major talent this year. Performers include Orgone, Karl Denson’s Tiny […]

Hulaween Drops Massive Lineup, Prepares for Ticket Sales Friday

Written by Connor Hayes   It’s time to return to the river. The Phase 1 lineup for one of the southeast’s most homegrown music festivals has dropped, and it’s grand news for both first timers and veterans of the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park. The 2016 installment of The String Cheese Incident’s curated festival […]

Enchanted Forest Gathering Pre-Party Touches Down in LA May 7th at ABunDance For a New Paradigm in Nightlife — Where Art, Music and Community Become One

Presented By: Grateful Generation, Euphonic Conceptions and In The Loop Productions   Los Angeles, CA — Los Angeles’ premier local party architectsGrateful Generation, Euphonic Conceptions and In The Loop Productions join forces  May 7, 2016 to bring an Enchanted Forest Gathering pre-party of epic proportions. Boogie on over to The Belasco Theater located in Downtown Los […]

Enter to Win an Ultimate Lightning in a Bottle 2016 Festival VIP Package!

Masterful event creators and production innovators, Do LaB, are offering an incredible opportunity to win the ultimate VIP package for the 11th annual Lightning in a Bottle music, arts, yoga and camping festival taking place Memorial Day Weekend May 25-30, 2016 at San Antonio Recreation Area in Bradley, CA. World-renowned as California’s premiere camping, music, […]


Durham, North Carolina– Moogfest 2016 today unveiled the full schedule for the expansive four-day festival. Exploring the future of technology, art, and music, the festival includes more than 300 musical performances, daytime workshops, conversations, masterclasses, film screenings, live scores, durational sound installations, and multiple interactive art experiences. The full schedule can be found online at: *Please note, […]

Why SHIFTPODS are the reason you want to camp at festivals 

Written by Stephanie Rosa Festival season is officially upon us and lineups are being shared via social media outlets everyone. Tickets are being snagged up quickly and squads are being formed. Now comes the pressing question. WHERE TO STAY? Festival Squad’s answer? SHIFTPODS. This weekend, I am Coachella bound and I have been given the […]

Explore the Many Immersive Micro-Environments of California’s Legendary Lightning in a Bottle Festival!

Immerse Yourself – Lightning in a Bottle 2016 – Way out west, in the midst of the beautifully-crafted mischievousness of Do LaB’s Lightning in a Bottle music and arts festival lies a myriad of sanctuaries that play host to the curious and curiouser intricacies of the transformational gathering. Trailblazers who wander off the beaten festival […]

Desert Canvas: Munduzer Review

Review and photos by Mitchell Aaron Gross Munduzer Festival Quick Facts: Camping: Yes Capacity: Extremely small, under 1,000 attendees Crowd type:  Conscious and creative community. It is the antithesis of any large, overproduced festival.   Music genre: House, Deep Bass, with some live funk bands thrown in. How To Get There You will need to […]