In the past few years, "festival season" has not only become synonymous with a time of the year but also a fashion style. Festival style embodies the laidback, fun, boho feel that you get from being at these events in the spring. Of course we want to help you look your best for this season, but first we'll share with you the most popular places to go... Coachella: Located in Indio, CA, Coachella is the epitome of festivals and the inspiration for many of the styles to come. This is one of the festivals that don't adhere to just one genre of music, which makes it perfect for all ages (unless you're camping, then you need to be 18+ unless you have a parent!). Stagecoach: Love country music? This is the festival for you. Happening a week after Coachella in the same location, Stagecoach brings all of the country music fans into the desert. Lightning in a Bottle: A truly different experience in festivals, LIB presented by The Do LaB features music, art, yoga, and education. This festival brings a different vibe with guest speakers, interactive art installations, and group meditation. Set in Bradley, CA, this almost spiritual event is as eyeopening as it is fun. Governors Ball: Taking place on Randall’s Island Park in New York, this cool affair strives for good vibes from noon to midnight for 3 days. Also an all ages event, Gov Ball is a great place to take the whole family to listen to great music and eat really good food. Check out the food lineup on their website for some seriously mouthwatering options. Electric Daisy Carnival: The mother of all EDM festivals- EDC is the largest, craziest of them all, located at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. 3 days of music non stop from dusk til dawn, it takes quite a bit of preparation to push through. Insomniac doesn't skimp on any part of the production; from stages to pyrotechnics to art installations, every aspect is top notch. Outside Lands: Taking place in Golden Gate Park, this music and arts festival is gren, sustainable, and very outdoors-y! OSL isn't just about the music though, go and discover local winemakers, NorCal craft beers, food, comedy. Though the line ups aren't quite out yet, we're pretty sure that it won't disappoint. It doesn't matter where you are, east coast, west coast, or midwest, there are plenty of festivals for everyone. With different genres of music, styles of art, arrays of food and drink, you're sure to find an event that is perfect for you. Let us know where you plan to go this year!
This entry was posted on March 28, 2016.