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EDC China: Aftermovie & Announcement

EDC China: Aftermovie & Announcement

The EDC Shanghai Official Aftermovie and EDC Guangdong Announcement we filmed in Shanghai earlier this year just dropped, including the opening scene we shot on the seventh floor balcony of Shanghai’s W Hotel. Keep your eyes peeled for my unusually tall ukulele-playing clown, not to mention my fellow Insomniac Entertainers :)

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Featured Image: Tyler Hill / Insomniac Events

Atlanta Magazine: Scenes from Imagine

Atlanta Magazine: Scenes from Imagine

TomorrowWorld might be dead in 2016, but this past weekend, EDM fans flocked to the Atlanta Motor Speedway for Imagine Music Festival. The three-day fest, which moved to AMS this year from historic Fourth Ward Park and features an Atlantis-esque aquatic theme, hosted more than 50 electronic acts, including headliners Benny Benassi, Dillon Francis, Zeds Dead and Nero. Beyond the music, attendees could attend yoga and meditation classes, check out live painting and art installations, watch Cirque performers, splash in a pool, or ride a Ferris wheel.

CHECK OUT CITRIC ACID ARTISTS IN ATLANTA MAGAZINE'S GALLERY

 

Courier-Journal: Things You Missed at Forecastle

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Courier-Journal: Things You Missed at Forecastle

Founded in 2002 by Louisville native JK McKnight, Forecastle has grown from a neighborhood event to one of the country’s most anticipated summer festivals, drawing tens of thousands of fans from across the world to Louisville’s scenic 85-acre Waterfront Park.

In addition to featuring a who’s who of musical acts such as Jack White, The Black Keys, Outkast, Widespread Panic, Beck, Smashing Pumpkins, My Morning Jacket, Bassnectar, The Flaming Lips, Band of Horses, Sleater-Kinney, and The Avett Brothers, Forecastle has consistently promoted local artists and focused on environmental activism and outdoor recreation. Past Forecastles have featured prominent organizations, industry leaders, and distinguished speakers, such as Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (Riverkeepers), Rob Caughlan (Surfrider Foundation) and Christopher Childs (Greenpeace International).

Fre3fall Collective handles Forecastle's visual design. Last year, Fre3fall hired George Peele as Performance Artist Manager for the fest. Peele returned as Performance Artist Manager in 2015, reprising his Hunter S. Thompson impersonator role and debuting stilt seahorses with longtime stilt buddy Nate The Average. Number 3 on The Courier-Journal's "Top 5 Things You Missed Sunday at Forecastle" list is "Giant. Sea. Monkeys." All publicity is good publicity, right?

TOP 5 THINGS YOU MISSED SUNDAY AT FORECASTLE

 

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