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Interview with DJ/Producer Duo KMLN: Love, Enlightenment, Far-Off Travels to Midway SF

Interview with DJ/Producer Duo KMLN: Love, Enlightenment, Far-Off Travels to Midway SF

The musician-healer-duo KMLN  (pronounced “kameleon”) has been traversing the world for years—shape-shifting on the move, evolving, falling in love. They bring their message from culturally rich reaches of the planet to festivals and gatherings far and wide. KMLN’s message is pure and simple. “We are all one,” Christopher told SF Station, minutes…

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Papa Lu Brings SF Underground to Barbados, Talks Kazbah & New Party Series ‘No Place Like Home’

Papa Lu Brings SF Underground to Barbados, Talks Kazbah & New Party Series ‘No Place Like Home’

Word has just begun to spread across the globe about Vujaday, a first-year, destination festival and experience “like nothing you’ve ever seen or felt before.” What felt like an impressive turnout in company, looked like one thousand sun seeking Vuja-ttendees hailing from far and away—Toronto, Boston, Australia, South Africa, even…

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The Bay Area’s Top Parties to Welcome in the New Year (That Won’t Break the Bank)

The Bay Area’s Top Parties to Welcome in the New Year (That Won’t Break the Bank)

Woah, 2017. It’s been a record-breaking year. Just twenty days in, a reality TV “star” was sworn into office as the President of the United States. The following day, nearly 600 marches flooded streets around the globe, recording the largest one-day protest in recent international…

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San Francisco’s Top 10 Halloween Parties of 2017: An Audio/Visual Preview

San Francisco’s Top 10 Halloween Parties of 2017: An Audio/Visual Preview

Each Halloween in the Bay Area, we face a frightening amount of hell-raising ragers to turn us all into zombies, stiff-legging through the following work week. And this is one of those glorious years where we find the weekend’s festivities of All Hallow’s Eve preceding the actual holiday…

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Free ‘McLaren Park Metal Music Festival’ & ‘Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival’ on the Horizon

Free ‘McLaren Park Metal Music Festival’ & ‘Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival’ on the Horizon

Wildewhere has been entertaining McLaren Park visitors throughout the summer and is about to close out this year’s season with two of their biggest gatherings: the Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival, followed by the McLaren Park Metal Music Festival. Those seeking a little less “hardly” and a…

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The Oregon Eclipse Gathering in Totality: Photos & More from Big Summit Prairie

The Oregon Eclipse Gathering in Totality: Photos & More from Big Summit Prairie

While thick cloud cover trolled the Bay Area during this week’s total solar eclipse, flocks of fortunate sun seekers chased a conglomerate of festival producers up to Big Summit Prairie, Oregon, to catch the event in totality. In an off-year of their widely praised festival,…

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Northern Nights Fest Got Joyfully Weird In The Woods This Year

Northern Nights Fest Got Joyfully Weird In The Woods This Year

The redwoods of Nor-Cal shook this past weekend with the fifth glitter-bombed edition of Northern Nights Music Festival. All walks of beautiful life drifted and boogied around the banks of Eel River and the luscious redwood groves of Cooks Valley Campground. The headliners in big…

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Dive Into Summer With These 5 Upcoming Poolside Parties

Dive Into Summer With These 5 Upcoming Poolside Parties

San Francisco has already been blessed with some gorgeous beach and poolside weather, teasing us through the spring season with spotty previews of what to expect this summer. Golden Gate Park has hosted a slew of bounce houses and cookouts while a few sunset silent discos have kicked up…

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Meet the Global Curator of Festival Culture Blog ‘Fest300’: Self-Expression, Travel & the Everfest Team Up

Meet the Global Curator of Festival Culture Blog ‘Fest300’: Self-Expression, Travel & the Everfest Team Up

Regarding the global fest culture movement, a perpetually building tidal wave, Fest300 has been the best way to check the surf report. Fest300 is an international festival culture blog, based in San Francisco, built around their coveted list of the best three hundred festivals around the world….

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Top 10 New Year’s Parties Under $50 in San Francisco and Oakland

Top 10 New Year’s Parties Under $50 in San Francisco and Oakland

The roller coaster ride that is 2016 is almost back at the terminal to give way for another year. And while many feel this turbulent ride isn’t coming to an end soon enough, this year will be remembered for several world-changing and nation-shaping events—from the…

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Q&A with the Founder of The Emerald Cup, the Largest Cannabis Competition in America

Q&A with the Founder of The Emerald Cup, the Largest Cannabis Competition in America

A county fair-inspired harvest celebration is gearing up for its 13th annual event, this weekend. And the featured crop to be celebrated is unlike any others you might find at your traditional county fair or harvest hoorah. The festival is called The Emerald Cup, an…

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Billboard-Topping Reggae Group John Brown’s Body Speaks on Community, Politics & Their Show on Saturday

Billboard-Topping Reggae Group John Brown’s Body Speaks on Community, Politics & Their Show on Saturday

The past week has been riddled with turmoil and stress, leaving the country with an unknown future that many imaginations are painting in dark, bleak shades. So, what better time for some vibrant irie vibes to drop in on the Bay Area, burn through those…

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