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RiSE Festival 2021 on October 1st and 2nd

RiSE is the sum total of each participant’s unique story and Lantern Message. Making RiSE, at once, deeply personal and powerfully connected.

Happening this year on October 1st and 2nd, 2021, every attendee will receive two sky lanterns, a marker, and a ground mat to sit on.  All lanterns are 100% biodegradable and we recover all lanterns from the surrounding desert after the event.

You can find information for buy tickets at: https://risefestival.com/event-details/

Music Line Up: Jp Saxe • Magic Giant •  Emmit Fenn •  Meridian •  Dj ASCENSiON

What to expect

RiSE has been thoughtful design from start to finish to be a complete experience. The music, art, venue design, and the timing of the Fire and Lantern Ritual have all been designed to resonate with the natural progression of the times of day and movement of the sun, moon, and stars. To get the full effect, we recommend arriving between 3:00 – 4:00 pm leaving between 9:00 – 10:00 pm. Gates to enter the venue will close at 7:00 pm. You must arrive before this time.

The day begins with energetic music, food, drinks, art, and connecting with friends and loved ones. As the sun disappears, we will transition into the Fire and Lantern Ritual. Our host will guide you as you light your torch and lantern in time with the music and natural wonders of the transitioning night.

Villages on the North and South of the venue will include dining tables, sun shades, food trucks, merchandise, and an open-air market for drinks and snacks.

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