Envision Festival is an event that brings together different cultures for a weekend of music, permaculture, art, yoga, sustainability, and much more. Today they released the final line up for the 2018 event.
With more than 100+ musicians converging at the festival, 2018 is set to be the most multicultural Envision lineup to date. Headliners topping the bill include the Australian social activist and fan favorite, Xavier Rudd, who sets the tone for the year. For his first Envision appearance, the high-octane UK-based sensation TroyBoi will join the fray and the venerable pop savvy Canadians Bob Moses will infuse a few timeless moments with their own special mix of live and electronic instruments on the mainstage. From America, New Orleans-based face melting legend The Russ Liquid Test, and Minnesota hailing chaos tamer, Manic Focus are sure to rubber more than a few necks. Plus, the French-born producer and bass master CloZee will remind us why she’s a favorite at Envision with her fierce and stylish beats. Rounding out the top slots at the world famous Lapa Stage, Israeli dynamo Chaim will hand-deliver his next level sounds, and the Italian with the badass backhand DJ Tennis will slice up his multilayered cake of sweet sweet house music. With the addition of Spanish techno lords AudioFly, the jetsetting staple of Don’t Sit On The Furniture and Robot Heart Behrouz, and Berlin born Monolink, who is known to lather saucy live instrumentals in dreamy bouncing bass, the house and techno lovers have a lot to be excited about.
More than ever, Envision celebrates choice local flavors in what is already an expansive spread of international musical delicacies, by adding world famous Costa Rican artists like Santos y Zurdo and Patterns. Also on the bill from Chile, Envision welcomes Matanza, bringing a minimal funk to the dancefloor. Columbian orchestral ensemble La BOA will offer an authentic sample of true to form afrobeat, while Chancha via Circuito blends sound from the underground of South America with the blissed out house usually found only on a sunrise in the deep playa of Burning Man.
Read more about the festival here and be sure to watch the 2017 after movie below.
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