The long-awaited Rezonance Festival returns this year to bring you a psychedelic NYE gathering at an exciting new venue! Situated 170 kms from Cape Town, party-goers can expect three days of non-stop music and awesome memories. A specially curated mix of international and local talent will come to life across two dance-floors with mind-altering decor and top-notch festival facilities to ensure an unparalleled party experience.
We’re super psyked to be giving away four tickets to the event. Keep reading to find out how you can stand a chance of winning two full festival passes.
Alien Safari has been throwing psytrance events for over twenty years and this month, they’re pulling the rabbit out the hat with performances from international icons such as Ajja (Switzerland), Diksha (Brazil), Mad Maxx (Germany) and Synkronic (Brazil) at Flying Circus 2017! We’re incredibly psyked to announce that we’ve got tickets to give away to two lucky Alien fans.
Keep reading to find out how you can enter our competition.
“Can you see the colours? Everything is so trippy.”
If you love a good dance-floor banger, you’re probably familiar with this vocal – it comes from a track by Vini Vici, Tristan & Avalon called Colours, and it’s exactly what comes to mind when I think back to Origin Festival. This year Origin pulled the rabbit out of the hat, giving us a jaw-dropping “candy land” themed dance-floor and the same top-notch production we’ve come to know and love over the years.
So what were some of the highlights from Origin Festival 2017?
This year we’re thrilled to welcome you to one of the most anticipated events on the psytrance calendar. Held at the beautiful Kogel Bay beach resort (otherwise known as the Kingdom of Dreams), Alien Safari’s Masqued Ball 2017 is gearing up to be an absolute dream. This year’s line-up boasts four renowned international acts namely Dirty Saffi (UK), Dust (Italy), Ritmo (Israel) and Waio (Germany) – as well as a host of home-grown talent.
I usually dislike the practice of narrowing something down to a description of five words, but there is something comforting about the condensation when trying to review the experience of Freaky Forest. An experience that takes places annually over the last weekend of November in the Tsitsikamma woods, bringing all sorts of folks out of the woodworks for what is easily becoming South Africa’s best trance party – or at least that’s what the talk on the soft, jiving dance floor was.
So here are the five words I would use to describe Freaky, in some sort of an order – scent, dance, clarity, goodness and beauty. Well, maybe some more order than I think.
This year, it was my sense of smell that was particularly heightened at the party – whether from the incense wafting around the dance floor and camp sites as I gallivanted through the treacherous pine forest, the wholesome cooking aromas of the various food stalls and private kitchens and then those earthy, good, natural smells. The scent of pine needles in the air, the mud squelching between my toes on the most fun Sunday I’ve had in a while, or the sweaty reminder from my fellow party-goers that we were in the middle of a forest dancing rhythmically to sublime beats and hadn’t washed in days. Come Sunday morning I think we were mostly all smelling more sweaty than sweet after the particularly mind-buzzing and gloriously lengthy set delivered by High Style, having followed the feet moving magic of both Ben and Jack Source the previous night. For the hi-tech fans, Ben delivered a sneaky track that had many of us grinning from ear to ear! Earlier, we were treated to the grooviness that Cripz and Floating Grooves emulated which got the bums moving until Phillipa came on – bringing the girl power to the floor and easing us into the night time slots. Continue reading Review: Freaky Forest 2016→
This year Earthdance Nelson Mandela Bay and Vortex Trance Adventures are teaming up to bring you an epic 20 Year Anniversary Celebration for the Earthdance Global Peace Party. Join us and celebrate 20 years of change and peace-making to the sounds of some extraordinary home-grown talent.
We’re giving away two tickets to the event. Stand a chance to win by following the instructions at the bottom of this post.
This year Earthdance International will be celebrating its 20 year anniversary. This year’s theme, Global Shift, signifies the beginning of a new era of deep peace-making and true environmental stewardship. Earthdance is one of many peace organisations, groups and projects that align with the International Day of Peace – 21 September. In this varied field of activist and public service groups, Earthdance combines music, community, social consciousness, support of charities and activism, asserting that peace is as much about living fully and thriving, as it is about protesting war.Continue reading Win tickets for Earthdance Cape Town 2016→