As we are all well aware, festival season is upon us (cue angels singing in the background) and what better way to celebrate than with the release of a new iHeartRaves collection?! The newest collection designed and curated by the iHeartRaves team for the 2017 festival year is entitled Wild Embers and was created with the intent of inspiring personal style and fashion choices at EDM events, music festivals, and beyond.
All the pieces in the collection are extremely versatile in that they feature current summer trends, such as cutouts, mesh, and fringe, which can be mixed, matched, and styled to showcase your individual personality. Keep reading to find out what some of our favorite pieces are and what makes this collection so special!
Held annually at Salmo River Ranch in British Columbia, is an electronic music festival known as Shambhala. It will take place August 11-14 and is a celebration of music, art and life, steeped in one of the most beautiful festival venues in the world. I have heard nothing but the most amazing things about this festival and what the experience is like. This will be my first time attending, and I am so excited! Here a couple of reasons why…
Chris Hardwick just blew the top off music festivals with his stunning debut of ID10T Music and Comic Conival. This new festival featured headliners such as Weezer, Girl Talk, and Madeon and also had live comedy and a whole comic book convention inside!
Dirtybird Campout is hosting a DJ competition! If you’re chosen as the winner, you’ll win a chance to play at the festival this year, meet Claude VonStroke, and get a fallen. backstage party pass experience!
In the midst of festival season, Soulstice 2017 did not disappoint! From the rocking day party to main event at The Midway, the festival went off without a hitch! The Midway was excellent overall with several rooms, an outside patio area and two main stages. As the unicorns made our way through the event, we really enjoyed each stage and the intimacy that the venue had. Spaces were more open and even with large crowds, it wasn’t too hard to get around. The music was excellent with names big and small, such as AC Slater, Hotel Garuda and