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Category Archives: Music Festivals

How To Dress for a Festival

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It’s summertime, with the relaxed feeling that comes with it, which means that there is going to be a lot of music festivals all over the country. In fact, according to the current agricultural trends, farmers have been taking advantage of this in order to make use of the parts that they lay fallow for the season. What many of these people forget is that 1), it is the middle of the summer, and 2), if it’s not being held in a farm area, the festival is usually located in the middle of godforsaken desert. Either way, there will be the brain-baking heat that’s intense enough to barbecue the local roadkill. Read More

Best Festivals of this Year

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People of different ages enjoying an outdoors music, culture, community event, festival

It’s summertime, which means all of the major music festivals will be held all over the world. For the summer is the perfect time to get outside, enjoy some good music and to wear a Rage Hat that says something like “Party Gurl” or “Dope”.

With all of that said, here are the best festivals of this year in general and this summer in particular. All of the choices were based on popularity, vibe and the probability that the weather on that day will not be boiling hot (we are dealing with summer, after all):

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Electronic Music Festivals?

If you are reading this, than you probably have experienced the wonderful world of electric dance music. Whether you attended a major festival (Electric Daisy Carnival, Identity Fest, Ultra ect ) or caught a local DJ… there are commonalities we have all came to realize. EDM draws us in. It involves more senses than just the ear; you see it, you hear it, you feel it.  It’s attractive because it’s… “underground”. Even with growing popularity among younger audiences, mainstream North America seems uninterested, seeing it as a “niche” genre.

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