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  • 29 Sep 2015
    What We Do When We Go to Lockn’
    A Story from Lockn’ Music Festival Oak Ridge Farm, Arrington, VA September 11th – 13th, 2015 Written by Alex Kratzert * “Magic is what we do. Music is how we do it.” – Jerry Garcia Also from Jerry, “What we do is as American as lynch mobs. America has always been a...
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  • 04 Sep 2015
    Lockn’ Fans Anticipate Festival’s Third Run
    A Preview for Lockn’ Music Festival September 10th – 13th, 2015 Arrington, VA Written by Alex Kratzert It has been a fine summer to hear music, one which has had many firsts to accompany that big goodbye. Aside from those Fare Thee Well shows was a sold-out Electric Forest, the...
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  • 13 Aug 2015
    Walk in Peace and Love: the 20th Gathering of the Vibes
    A Story of the 20th Gathering of the Vibes July 30th – August 2nd, 2015 Seaside Park, Bridgeport CT Written by Alex Kratzert Day I I was alone in my Volvo 240 at the security check when it began to rain. It had been predicted to rain by those bold...
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  • 20 Jul 2015
    Gathering of the Vibes to Celebrate 20 Grateful Years
    A Preview for the 20th Annual Gathering of the Vibes Seaside Park, Bridgeport CT July 30th – August 2nd, 2015 Written by Alex Kratzert It is a fine time to be Grateful on this generous planet we’ve been flying on. It’s as fine a time as any, really, what with...
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  • 11 Jun 2015
    The Frendly Gathering: the Green Festival of the Green Mountains
    The Frendly Gathering will return to Timber Ridge, VT from June 26th – 27th for its fifth year in spreading the love of snowboarding, frendship, great music and the great outdoors. Started by the Frends Crew and 250 of their frends, this festival grew to be one of the most...
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  • 05 Jun 2015
    Celebrate the Summer Solstice with the ZIONTIFIC Family
    A Preview for Ziontific Summer Solstice Music Festival June 19-22, 2015 – Stockbridge, VT ZIONTIFIC Productions’ Summer Solstice Music Festival will once again return to the Green Mountains of Vermont for its 5th year in celebration of the day that shines longest. There are many reasons to celebrate this Summer Solstice:...
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  • 15 May 2015
    Bluegrass Junkie? Look No Further, DelFest Is Your Fest
    A Preview for DelFest 2015 Allegany County Fairgrounds, Cumberland, MD Memorial Day Weekend, May 21st – 24th Written by Alex Kratzert This Memorial Day Weekend, DelFest will return home to the mountains of Cumberland, MD for four days and four nights of high-riding bluegrass. For avid bluegrass enthusiasts, this festival...
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  • 06 May 2015
    Mysteryland USA Returns to Bethel Woods
    A Preview for Mysteryland USA May 22nd – 25th, 2015 Bethel Woods, NY Written by Alex Kratzert This Memorial Day weekend, Mysteryland USA will return to the Woodstock ’69 grounds in Bethel, NY with another lineup of raving madness. If you are familiar with this event, you know that it is...
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  • 22 Oct 2014
    Cold Is a State of Mind: Phases of the Moon 2014
    A Review of the Inaugural Phases of the Moon Music and Arts Festival Kennekuk County Park – Danville, IL September 11th-14th, 2014 Written by Alex Kratzert “Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain.” –...
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  • 08 Oct 2014
    Alive and Rockn’ – a Review of Lockn’ 2014
    Lockn’ Music Festival 2014 Arrington, VA September 4th – 7th Written by Alex Kratzert “The whole thing is remembering, this is who we are. Remember who we are? We are in reality a group of misfits, crazy people, who have voluntarily come together to work this stuff out and do...
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