FEATURED PHOTO BY Geert pieters There are a wide variety of workshops that can be found at festivals. Some are a bit more common and others can be a bit more creative and unique. It can all depend on where the festival is located and the type of audience the festival attracts. It can also depend on the type of festival and whether it is a music festival, food festival, art festival, cultural festival, or film festival, or all of the above.
The wait is over, we can finally announce the return of Backwoods at Mulberry Mountain! On August 26th-29th, you can enjoy a weekend filled with music, camping, and summer fun. Backwoods is a 3 day, 4-night camping and music festival held on the top of the beautiful mountain in Ozark, Arkansas. This isn’t your average music festival.
On June 10th, 45 minutes outside of St Louis., come to connect your body, mind, and spirit at the ReKinection Festival 2021! This is a weekend-long event, ending on June 13th, filled with music and wellness. Start your summer off right and join in on this celebration of life.
Featured photo by Ted Eytan Music festivals are typically pretty large events, and events require an equally large financial investment. While this may seem like a lot for one person to acquire, spreading it out amongst many is an efficient way to raise funds to make the proposed event a reality. But aside from the finances, what makes sponsorships so important?
Photo by Jonny Clow on Unsplash Although many might assume when one is talking about a festival, they mean a music festival, but the very word “festival” constitutes any type of celebration, and this is usually designated as a cultural or religious one. Therefore, music festivals have certainly become cultural, and sometimes they can even mimic religious festivities.
Electric Cookout, presented by Electric Fiesta and EDM Maniac, is coming to San Antonio! On April 17th, all ages are welcomed to participate in a socially distanced food and community music dance experience. Enjoy San Antonio’s local favorite food trucks, comedians, dance music, live art, and more. This is the cookout you won’t want to miss.
Featured photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash If you're an event planner with a big idea, like a perfect, big idea, but you don't even know where to start, you have come to the right place! Big ideas need big plans, and big plans need a strategy, innovation, clarity, and consistency. If you are looking for helpful tools to start your own music festival, we are here to provide you with some insight. We were in your shoes once before, and it worked out pretty well for us (after some budgeting adjustments). That's why we're here to show you the ropes of starting your own music festival with a detailed look into all aspects of planning one! We are confident that your music festival dream can truly become a real concept.
Featured photo by Zachary Smith on Unsplash Why plan festival pre-parties? The majority of festivals only take place once a year and in a single location. However, those attending festivals travel all over the country and the world. Pre-parties can be an excellent way to build up anticipation before the big event, get further exposure for your brand, and nurture relationships with promoters.
Why you should prioritize tent rentals in music festival planning When you’re planning an electronic music festival, you might have questions about prioritizing planning and budgeting. We get it! Event organizers don’t have it easy trying to strategize on every single component. That’s why we’ve created a guide to help check festival tent rentals off the planners’ list.
Why golf cart and radio assignments matter for music festivals When planning and budgeting for a music festival, there are a ton of moving parts! The event planner has to factor in every single detail and “What if...?” scenario. Two elements that music festival coordinators cannot afford to overlook are staff communication and transportation. Golf carts and radios are essential for event safety and efficiency.