Costa Rica’s rising tropical festival, Envision, is just weeks away. In its eighth year, the festival continues its mission to awaken human potential with art, spirituality, yoga, music, dance, performance, education, sustainability and fundamental connection with nature.
From Feb. 21-25, thousands will flock to Uvita to experience a stellar lineup of music, which has been announced in full. In addition to headliners Xavier Rudd, Bob Moses, DJ Tennis and more who were announced in August, Envision has revealed the addition of acts like TroyBoi and The Russ Liquid Test to the lineup.
“We really wanted to bring in best in breed artists from every corner of the globe,” says festival co-founder and music director Josh Wendel. “But we also wanted to create a platform for some of the best emerging talent in Costa Rica and its neighbors. In addition to being our most intentional lineup yet, the artists we’ve got coming for Envision 2018 are both world famous and driven to achieve the same impact we want to make in the world. Through language and culture we’re united by the dream we share, and that just makes the experience of coming together on the same dancefloor so much more special.”
Though Envision 2018 is already 70 percent sold out, four-day general admission tickets can still be purchased here.
With four different stages and a lineup that spans across all music tastes, the festival is an internationally acclaimed event that aims to draw in music lovers of all genres. Aside from the music, attendees will also have the opportunity to enjoy world-class yoga classes and workshops led by astrologers, activists and more.
Tickets to the festival are on sale now and start at around $300. Learn more at the festival’s website, envisionfestival.com.
Those seeking a tropical escape along with all the majesty of a music festival will find it in the Caribbean’s SXM Festival. From March 14-18, 2018, attendees of the luxurious festival will be treated to some of the world’s best electronic music on the paradisaical island of Saint Martin.
Gearing up for its third year, the event boasts a tropical setting with 36 beaches, fine cuisine and boutique hotels – all spread over five days of music.
Past festival highlights have included an oceanfront sunrise session with Lee Burridge, a Jamie Jones marathon nestled in the jungle, VIP villa sessions overlooking the Caribbean with Behrouz and Blond:ish, and much more.
Because of the island’s size and location, ticket sales are limited. Early bird tickets are available here.