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THE SPECTACLE THAT WAS OKEECHOBEE FESTIVAL

THE SPECTACLE THAT WAS OKEECHOBEE FESTIVAL

By Derek Lavezzo and Hannah Hughes

The first annual Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival in Okeechobee, Florida has officially ended and the consensus is pretty clear from the two of us at Studio 240 that attended:

It was amazing, and surpassed our expectations.

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THE EDM JOURNEY

THE EDM JOURNEY

In March of 2013, I embarked on a spring break road trip to the eccentric and lively city of New Orleans for my first ever musical festival: Buku. Needless to say it was a completely life changing experience for me, as I have not been the same since my mind was open to the lifestyle and more importantly the music

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TOURS VS FESTIVALS: WHICH DO YOU PREFER

TOURS VS FESTIVALS: WHICH DO YOU PREFER

One of the greatest parts of live EDM performances is it acts as a platform to unleash the deepest caveats of an artist’s creativity. Their artfully crafted music is the main attraction and the soundtrack to the duration of their performance, but the truly exalted artists bring all facets of a live performance together to not only create a mystifying experience for those in the crowd

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OKEECHOBEE FESTIVAL: THE NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

OKEECHOBEE FESTIVAL: THE NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

There is a new festival ready to make its debut next year, and it’s doing so in grand fashion. Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival is the name, and its birth date is set for the weekend of March 4-6 of 2016 at Florida’s Sunshine Grove in Okeechobee, Florida.

This festival is set to be gargantuan, and the stage is being set to create a unique and mystifying experience for anyone willing to pioneer the first voyage of the brainchild of the people behind the legendary Bonnaroo festival in Tennessee.

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HEALTH AND SAFETY: IS AN EDM TASK FORCE A GOOD ANSWER?

HEALTH AND SAFETY: IS AN EDM TASK FORCE A GOOD ANSWER?

Following the deaths of two Hard Summer attendees, LA county created an “electronic music task force” with the intent to create guidelines on how festivals can keep attendees safe. While it is still unclear what exactly this will entail, it can be assumed from their regulation of HARD Day of The Dead (limiting capacity, restricting festival hours and raising the age limit) that their methods will be similar to those used all across the scene.

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