Art Outside is this weekend, October 24th-27th, at Apache Pass, TX, so be sure to get the remaining tickets! One of my favorite aspects about Art Outside are the visual artists, as they are co-creating in a live and nourishing environment. Navigating, exploring, and creating within their souls, they are a visually fascinating expression of the transformational community. This year’s Art Outside will be showcasing over 50 visual artists from all over the nation, so be on the look out for some colorful experiences. These artists withhold divine visions which consists of creating transcendent realms of sacred geometrical patterns of luminous energy into reality. They engage in many formations of artistic styles such as psychedelic, geometrical, realistic, acrylic, and oil – overall, an in ...
Wakarusa just dropped their 3rd and final round of the 2014 lineup and we have the full list for you! Check out the lineup below then leave a comment with your thoughts!
The 2014 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival lineup has been released in full after months of fan speculation. The two-weekend long event takes place in Indio, California on April 11th – 13th and 18th – 20th.
Electric Forest Festival is back for another year at the Double JJ Ranch in Rothbury, Michigan. As usual, the rumors are swirling as fans anticipate an official lineup announcement.
Big Gigantic is set to host one of the hottest parties of the year at Morrison, Colorado’s famed Red Rocks Amphitheater.
The Summer Set Music and Camping Festival is back for 2013! Taking place August 9th, 10th & 11th in Somerset Wisconsin, festival organizers announced the full lineup in one big swoop earlier today.
Our Colorado homies Dom & Jeremy are back at it for a second year in a row!
Paper Diamond is once again hitting the road on his headling Night Vision Tour 2012.
Dynamic. Electrifying. Compelling. These are just a few of the words that have been used to describe Big Gigantic and their powerful live sets at some of the top U.S. festivals this summer.
On the scene for their first year, What The Festival will take place July 27th – 29th on the outskirts of the Hood National Forest in White River Canyon, which is about 100 miles east of Portland, Oregon.