Wooks use ketamine to fight off CoronaVirus

We took to Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival to hangout and ask festival goers about their festival experience so far and who they were most eager to see on the lineup. We ended up running into a group of wooks and before I could ask for their names I was already being offered a bump of K. The dude kept insisting me to snort and that it would keep me safe. I was curious to know what they were trying to keep safe from.

The one I assumed to be the leader of the pack who also held the biggest healing stone as a necklace introduced himself as “Moon Shadow” … he also claimed he was Tipper’s 2nd cousin. He went on to mention that he’d seen Bassnectar 35 times and that was only in 2019. Moon Shadow went on to mention that life on the go hasn’t been so easy and going from camping fest to camping fest takes a lot out of the body “especially if you haven’t showered in weeks” he adds.

When Moon Shadow came across news about the CoronaVirus he knew he had to keep himself and other fellow wooks safe. He told me that the power of the crystal is sacred but wasn’t enough to fight off the bad vibes from the virus and that Ketamine offered a special healing power that not even the rave gods could provide. Moon Shadow demonstrated how to take in the K for it to work… I noticed that through out the whole process he held the crystal with his left hand tightly as he snorted 3 fat bumps. He looked at me and said “this is the only correct way to do it or it won’t work”.

This experience changed my perspective on wooks and I got to see that they’re just real people living life to the fullest. Moon Shadow will be spreading good vibes, borrowing your stuff and spreading the info on how to beat the CoronaVirus this weekend at Okeechobee.

10 of the best camping music festivals to attend In 2020

A lot of memes and viral videos have definitely come out of camping music festival. On a better note memories and new friendships are also part of the camping festival experiences.

Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival:

March 5th – 8th

Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival is a 4 day surreal experience, filled with multi-genre music, immersive art and transformative events, deep in the heart of Florida’s wild wilderness.

Lightning in a Bottle:

May 20th – 25th

Lightning in a Bottle is an annual music festival in the Central Valley region of California first held in 2006.

EDC Las Vegas:

May 15th – 17th

Electric Daisy Carnival, commonly known as EDC, is the largest electronic dance music festival in North America. The annual flagship event is now held in May, at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Summer Camp Music Festival:

May 22nd – 24th

Summer Camp Music Festival is a multi-day music festival created by Jay Goldberg Events & Entertainment and held annually on Memorial Day Weekend at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, Illinois. The event typically attracts around 20,000 visitors, of which between 8,000 and 10,000 arrive before gates open.

Electric Forest:

June 25th – June 28th

Electric Forest is a 4-day, one-weekend, multi-genre event with a focus on electronic and jam band genres, held in Rothbury, Michigan, at the Double JJ Resort. In 2017 and 2018, the festival expanded to 2 weekends back to back, before switching back to one weekend for 2019.

Camp Bisco:

July 9th – 11th

Camp Bisco is an annual three-day summer music festival that takes place at the Indian Lookout Country Club in Mariaville Lake, New York, USA. It is founded by the band The Disco Biscuits.

Shambhala Music Festival:

July 24th – 27th

Shambhala Music Festival is an annual electronic music festival held during last week in July at the Salmo River Ranch, a 500-acre farm, in the West Kootenay mountains near Nelson, British Columbia, Canada. The festival lasts 4 days and 3 nights and offers a mix of music and art in nature.

Dancefestopia:

September 10th – 13th

The 9th annual Dancefestopia Music festival will take place on Sept 10 – 13th just south Kansas City, MO. Dancefestopia features world-class production, 150 artist, 3 stages, forest camping, art installations, food & craft vendors and much more. 

Imagine Festival:

September 17th – 20th

Starting as a smaller two-day downtown event, Imagine Festival has become Atlanta’s largest EDM camping festival. Six stages host a wealth of electronic royalty at the Atlanta Motor Speedway each fall.

Lost Lands:

September 25th – 27th

Presented by top electronic bass artist Excision, Lost Lands brings the ‘the top bass music from the past 65 million years’ to Legend Valley, Ohio. Expect 1,000,000+ watts of bass!