Without further ado, here’s the schedule of all sound, light, and workshops. Random occurrences of intergalactic fun and space time ripples are totally up to you. These times will be placed all over the farm, so no need to print. But go for it if you wish. AND, tell all your peeps that the major stages are powered by KV2 Turbo Soundsystems. Basically this means big BIG WHOMP!
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** Blue Ink provided the STELLAR printing services for our t-shirts and hoodies, for everything from our volunteers to the Emrg+N+See Medical Services, and more! Thanks!]]>
It’s official. The Groovebomb will be meeting at 5pm on Friday the 17th and departing for the event PROMPTLY at 6:30pm. Meets in inner SE portland; your departure details and location will be provided in your confirmation email. For reservations inquiry: contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you haven’t yet experienced a trip on the Groove Bomb, now’s the time! In support of our ridesharing & sustainability initiatives, Portland’s finest mobile-party transport has partnered up with us to provide you with direct (and stylish) transport to and from the festival. The bus is outfitted with ample racks to haul all your gear, as well as an Emrg+N+See-approved sound system, “hospitality”, and some of the finest chauffeurs to ever grace the American roadways.
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Single-Day Tickets will be available for $55.00
ONLY available at Event Gates(no presale) from 10am-6pm SUNDAY, the Single-Day ticket grants full access to all Emrg+N+See activities until end-of-event Monday morning. IMPORTANT NOTES:
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Excerpt from Seattle’s The Stranger: Hayes’s music—mostly acoustic, often accompanied by accordion or tuba or oboe or marimba—is loose, dusty, alive. The worn, soulful twang of Hayes’s voice is the byproduct of his North Carolina upbringing; the eclectic, kitchen-sink instrumentation is the fruit of friendships with a huge variety of Bay Area musicians. “I’m not really good with accessories,” he says. “That’s why acoustic guitar has always been good.”
Big Black Hole and the Little Baby Star would be front-porch music—if your front porch overlooked a paisley-printed carnival parade. Hayes’s most recent record, this year’s Flowering Spade, is stripped down, Hayes’s weathered voice a confidential rasp, the songwriting skeletal and haunting. Where Big Black Hole has a jaunty sense of humor—tubas are funny, first of all, as is Hayes’s random swearing in otherwise low-key songs—Flowering Spade is confessional.
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Psyche Sonics operates in a modular, geodesic yurt. The yurt is equipped with radial headphones, hi-fidelity speakers, photic stimulation, and consciousness measuring technology.
Participants get comfortable, apply headphones and are exposed to brainwave altering audio-visual beat frequencies. As a group, participants entrain to the same brainwave frequency thereby synchronizing at least one aspect of consciousness.
Through practice and experimentation with different beat frequencies, soundscapes, light color, and intention, we aim to achieve unity consciousness.
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Master of the digital stylus, Ryan Johnson specializes in immortalizing the world around him as it happens. He offers the gift of inspiration as he peers through the great visionary lens, and allows the future to pour through his hands. His art peeks into a forgotten past, blended with a future that might be. Never failing to capture the true essence of the moment in epic figures and dramatic tribal imagery. His humble demeanor and willingness to actively contribute have quickly made his work a symbol of the people he loves.
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Clay Chollar grew up in a very creative household in Santa Cruz where he was saturated by art and music from day one. For Clay art isn’t just something you Do, it’s something you Live. Working mostly freestyle letting the art manifest itself to reflect the energy around it. A truly interactive experience, you can watch as the paint comes to life before your very eyes. But if you get too close, It might turn you into the canvass. Clays’s currently focusing on Music & Interactive Art Installations, with Multi-Media Sculptures and Live Digital Art Projections. Get ready to Emerge!]]>
Returning for a second year with a significant up-leveling, we are stoked to host the Oasis : transportable community bathhouse. You may remember the epic mobile sauna in an airstream from last year. This year Crafters Collective is adding hot showers and a grooming station to keep you so fresh and so clean! The Oasis will be located in the same beautiful pond-side location where there will be more surprises in store! Bathhouse services will be fee-based this year, and you will want a spare towel to sweat on, so come prepared…..]]>