Photo Credit: Don Ido
Get ready for a good time! LIB just released its schedule, so you can create your plan of attack. With so many amazing artists, like Elohim, Gramatik, Big Gigantic, Disclosure, Toro y Moi, The Polish Ambassador, Damian Lazarus, Shiba San, and more, you’ll likely have a few scheduling conflicts. But having too many good artists isn’t a bad problem to have!
Below is the Lightning stage’s schedule.
You can find the full schedule for all the stages here.
Learning & Culture
One of the things I’m most excited about is actually all the activities beyond the music. The Learning & Culture area has incredible talks and discussions with world-renowned visionaries and workshops ranging from skill-based trades to medicine making to sacred relationships. There are yoga and dance classes, food & wellness workshops, and cultural offerings. The list goes on!
Check out some of the rad events the Learning & Culture stages area is putting on:
I definitely want to check out the “Activating the Divine Feminine within All,” “Manifesting & Healing with the Power of the Moon,” “Neuroplasticity Laughter Playshop,” and “Entering the Sublime: A Kundalini Activation” workshops. Yes, I’m a yogi and yes, I think that sounds like bliss.
There are so many incredible workshops, I wish I could do them all! Damn you time…maybe during one of the workshops, they’ll teach me how to bend time?
Another cool area to explore is the new experiential art area: The ArtClave. Here you’ll find art classes and hands-on workshops for people of all skill levels. It will offer classes ranging from art therapy, sculpture, mixed media, mandalas, body painting, spoken word, and more.
So many of us believe that we’re not creative or think that we need to be experts to practice art, so I think it’s so cool that LIB is creating a space for us to explore our artistic side in a non-judgmental and fun way!
I’m excited to try new forms of art and to perhaps bring back some new ways to express myself in my everyday life. The “Doodle Flow: Sketch Storytelling & Journaling” class appeals to the part of me that wants to continue to learn new ways of expressing myself and learning more about myself. And the “Free Your Mind, Free Your Hair! Hair Crafting” workshop sounds fun! I for one am always jealous when I see badass hairdos at festivals –ladies you are ROCKING it with festival fashion. And I’d love to learn some cool hairstyles for future festivals (bonus points if it means my hair looks rad, even when there aren’t showers around!)
What classes are you excited to try out?
If you’re a spur of the moment type person, you’re in luck! You can still get tickets here. Hope to see you there!