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The Enchanted Festival Experience

Atmosphere and Vibes over Alcohol & Intoxication, At a music festival? There’s just a bit over a month till North California’s Enchanted Forest Gathering starts greeting it’s guest over at Black Oak Ranch. For music lovers, yogis and even families there is something waiting inside to captivate your senses. More and more we’re seeing a rise in non-alcoholic events, With 5 years going on this, EFG’s stance and approach on the matter seems to be one of it’s most defining attributes. Festival founder, Tulku explains, “By bringing together thousands of people and removing the vibration of alcohol, we have created a more »

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Envision Festival – Costa Rica 2016 Announces Incredible First Wave Lineup

Envision Festival – Costa Rica announces a world-class music, yoga, and speaker lineup for their sixth annual gathering, taking place on the majestic shores of Uvita, Costa Rica from February 25th to 28th, 2016. With the goal of creating a festival that represents the harmonious blending of many different cultures, the musical acts come from nine different countries, span three continents, and represent a wide array of musical genres. Headlining acts include a rare Central American performance from England’s forefather of psychedelic electronica Shpongle and California’s experimental world fusion favorites Beats Antique Live. Showcasing the lineup’s musical diversity, Envision rounds more »

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Lightning in a Bottle 2015: a Review

If you have ever been to LIB you know this festival is about far more than music. There are just as many yoga master classes as there are headlining sets. Between the three stages, there are countless meditation sessions, environmental and spiritual workshops, more live painters sprinkled throughout than I’ve even seen at a festival… the list goes on. The stages may turn down at 2AM, but the adventure never stops.                   Another truly beautiful aspect about LIB is their “Pack-It-In, Pack-It-Out” and “leave no trace” camping. Instead of having dumpsters and trashcans throughout campgrounds, more »

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