10 Reasons to Camp at Coachella

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If you’ve never camped at Coachella before, next year might be the year you should.  Camping at the festival is better than ever. Here are 10 reasons why you should camp at Coachella next year!

1. Proximity to the festival. If you wake up late after a long night partying and you want to see (Insert band name here) in 30 minutes, no sweat, you still have a chance at catching most of their act with time leftover to grab a Redbull and a churro.

2. Never miss a Snap, Gram, Tweet or whatever the f*** you’re into. The connected lounge and cell phone charging station keep your phone juiced up and connected to the world beyond Coachella.

3. The campsite provides showers, a beauty bar and even a barber shop for anyone who may have forgot to trim their bush before trekking out to the valley.

4. Games, games and more games! If you’re feeling in the competitive spirit the activities tent is where you want to be. The tent offers free games like pin ball, connect four and twister. Other activities include human Foosball, dodge ball and a snowball fight.

5. When hunger strikes after your third PB&J, the food trucks and organic farmers market will not let you down offering variety and quality meals.

6. If you’re still amped after the festival, camping offers late night parties thrown by the campers themselves, the Silent Disco and the Jive Joint with surprise performances. In 2015, Super Tall Paul and DubFX stopped by. If you’re ears are blown out but you still crave music, the Turn Down Tent provides a comforting place for campers to lay down and listen to soothing electronic beats.

7. Camping forces you to meet new people from other walks of life that you may have never met otherwise. The campsite is an international community like no other. Who knows, you might make some new friends or meet the love of your life.

8. Feeling less than limber? Give yourself a nice stretch while working out your core at one of the campsites Yoga or Pilates classes.

9. Are the bands filling you with inspiration? Get creative at the Coachella Art Studios! You can draw a stranger, create a wood block instaprint or even create a pin to support your favorite band.

10. When Coachella has come to an end and you no longer have a need for your outdoor shower or tent the campsite offers Donation Centers where you can donate your old camping gear.


Photos and article by Lily Colovic


Lightning In a Bottle 2015

Are you in need a life changing, shake your soul to its core type of adventure? Would you like to connect with people from all over the world who are eager to share their knowledge on how to improve and purify your mind, body, spirit, and environment? Are you ready to truly be a part of this universe?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then your path leads to Lightning In a Bottle….

Do LaB’s Lightning in a Bottle, California’s premiere music,
arts and camp-out festival, announced the lineup for their 10-year anniversary
including international favorites Flume, SBTRKT, Tycho,RL Grime,AlunaGeorge,
Odesza,Panda Bear,
and Goldroom.
A talented corp of house musicians is highlighted by
Germany’s Ame, emerging Australian DJ Thomas Jack, UK legend
John Digweed, Shiba San and Bakermat
and many more. Bass enthusiasts will
be pleased to see GRiZ, The Opiuo Band, Zion I and KOAN Sound on
the roster. Indie favorites Made In Heights, Polica, Active Child, Les Sins (side
project of Toro y Moi) and SOHN will also take the stage, while festival
mainstays like Lucent Dossier Experience, Random Rab, and The Human
return for Lightning in a Bottle 2015.
LIB LineupThe 5-day camping festival will take place 25 minutes north
of Paso Robles on California’s central coast at San Antonio Recreation Area in
Bradley, CA over Memorial Day Weekend (May 21 – 25, 2015).
In addition to world-class music, Lightning in a Bottle is
also known for its mesmerizing stage designs, stellar performance art and
one-of-a-kind art installations alongside opportunities to engage with yoga and
dance classes, motivational speakers, and health-conscious workshops. These are
held at the festival sanctuaries – The Temple of Consciousness, The Village,
and The Learning Kitchen – and create an overall sense of connection making Lightning
in a Bottle one of the most innovative and beloved festivals on the planet.
Lightning in a Bottle, or LIB for short, sets the standard
as the most environmentally conscious festival in America. It has received the
Outstanding Award four years running from A Greener Festival for its healthy
food vendors, free water stations, composting and recycling infrastructure,
pack-it-in/pack-it-out policy and other green initiatives. This year will also
see other improvements including additional large-scale shade structures,
upgraded boutique camping packages, bigger installations and a new festival
layout design to ease and enhance everyone’s LIB experience!
Tickets are on sale now at Lightning in a Bottle’s website. Full
weekend passes start at $260.