After a year of being inside due a pandemic, I am ready to go back to a “normal” life. Of course what we knew of a normal pre-pandemic life might not look the same as post-pandemic, but we are now closer to having in-person gatherings than ever before. Personally, I had multiple festivals planned throughout 2020, which unfortunately got cancelled or indefinitely postponed because of COVID-19. But as we move into a new lock-down tier in California there is a feeling of hope to go back to having back in-person activities like concerts, raves, and festivals.
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According to Fest Grounds, a major EDM ticketing agent for EDM festivals in Asia, there are numerous confirmed festival dates for 2021 all around the world!! One of the most anticipated festivals this year is Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas in mid May. The festival is planned to be a celebration of it’s 25th anniversary so it’s expected to be a massive celebration. Another major festival organizer planning a comeback in late 2021 is Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Tennessee. Boonaroo is celebrating its 20th anniversary so expect another immense festival experience. As you plan your traveling details in accordance to COVID-19 guidelines for your next EDM festival don’t skip over fashion details!
The potential of concerts coming back sooner rather than later, I’ve been daydreaming about what to wear! Festival fashion is just as important as the actual music! Looking through past EDC festivals repetitive themes were bright neon colors, glitter, and rhinestones. Looking through our collections any of our Bodsies are a great addition to any festival outfit! In particular the Starburst Bodsie! The glitter option of this Bodsie will look amazing during the day for pictures and the night DJ sets, using bright color lights, will only emphasize how reflective the glitter of the fabric is, making night pictures look even cooler! With so many colors, there is bound to be one that fits your outfit goals the best!
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Written By: Jasmin Chanquin