Festival season is gearing up and the first festival on our calendar is located in Southwest Michigan. Boredomfest returns to Elderberry Farms in the small town of Bangor, which has been home to some of Southwest Michigan’s biggest musical events over the years. Boredomfest is unique in that it was created to provide music, art and entertainment enthusiasts with an affordable, yet high quality experience.
Boredomfest is much more than just a music festival though. This year features workshops ranging from glass blowing to massage therapy, something I think we all could benefit from after a long night of dancing!
The festival has seen a major upgrade on their performance lineup, with the number of musical talents nearly double that of last years! Over 70 artists will perform across five stages this year, in addition to the numerous vendors and artists from around the country eager to teach and share their passions with all in attendance.
One of the most notable changes in store is the addition of the silent disco, sponsored by Team No Sleep. Boredomfest is also giving guests the option this year to upgrade to car camping sites, a chance to create their own sounds in the all new instrument garden, plus so much more to be discovered!
The festival pre-party kicks things off on Thursday, May 18th, featuring performances from The Widdler, Benoit, Babz and more. Attendees are still able to purchase an early access pass for $25 (+ fees) here.
Tickets for the full three-day experience can be yours for only $60 (+ fees), which includes camping. Three-day VIP passes are also available for $100 (+ fees). With this upgrade, guests will have access to VIP areas providing massages and more. It also includes entry to the VIP camping area in addition to an exclusive Boredomfest merchandise package! Click here to secure your ticket before it’s too late.
Stay tuned for our exclusive interview with Colorado hybrid trap/dubstep artist and Boredomfest performer Calvin Hobbes, coming this week!
Lift Spirits, Drop Bass.