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Wanderlust Festival 2010

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

Wanderlust Festival 2010 Announced

Yoga, Music, and Spectacular Views Set This Festival Apart From the Rest

The second annual Wanderlust Festival returns to the stunning peaks of Squaw Valley USA in Lake Tahoe, CA from July 29 – August 1, 2010.  This four-day yoga and music experience is a feast for the body and the senses – a place to relax, unwind, bend, dance, revel, and contemplate

This year’s Wanderlust Festival features even more of the good stuff – expanded yoga offerings, more great music, a complement of organic foods and biodynamic wines, and the same incredible scenery and community that made last year’s event such a hit.  The New York Times said it best: festivalgoers get “the same rejuvenating charge from raucous dancing as from mindful breathing.”

Wanderlust showcases a range of teachers, classes and styles that will inspire and challenge all practitioners, from the curious beginner to longtime students.  This year’s yoga line-up features some of the most notable names in yoga, including Shiva Rea, Seane Corn, Baron Baptiste, Doug Swenson, Duncan Wong, Elena Brower and Schuyler Grant. Wanderlust will include other renowned instructors like Annie Carpenter, Brock & Krista Cahill, Jason Nemer & Jenny Sauer-Klein (the Acroyogis), Kerri Kelly, Janet Stone, Les Leventhal, Maya Fiennes, Rusty Wells, Sianna Sherman, Vinnie Marino and many others.

The music at Wanderlust is a soundtrack for the weekend, featuring both music to flow to and music to dance to.  After a day of focusing on the inner self, at night it’s time to let loose at one of the high-energy dance parties down at the Kula Village.  Leading the charge this year are Moby, Bassnectar, Brazilian Girls and Pretty Lights. Also performing over the weekend are Yard Dogs Road Show, Beats Antique, Rupa & The April Fishes, Ana Sia, MC Yogi, Orgone, Princess Superstar, Dave Stringer, DJ Dragonfly, The Mayapuris, Shaman’s Dream, Rara Avis, John Shannon, Desert Dwellers and many more.

A limited number of advance-priced yoga + music tickets go on-sale Tuesday, February 16th at 10am CDT at Prices start at $340 for a three-day Seeker pass and $420 for a four-day Sage pass.  Every Wanderlust yoga + music ticket gives you three classes per day with your choice of amazing teachers plus access to the Kula Village, High Camp, the cable car, and all music events on that day. Prices are inclusive of service fees. Music-only tickets will go on sale Tuesday, May 4th.

“Y’all ready to shake your asana?” – MC YOGI

Wanderlust is produced by Velour Music Group, in conjunction with C3 Presents (Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits Music Festival) and Starr Hill Presents (Bonnaroo, Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival).


Velour Music Group ·

Founded in 1999, Velour is a hybrid management company, events producer and record label focused on developing cutting edge music across various genres. Velour represents “music with soul” – not necessarily soul music, but rather music that represents the core values of great songwriting and performance, both on stage and in the studio.  By combining management, events and label functions under one roof, Velour also has created a holistic and stable home for its artists, one that is focused on long term career development and allows a nimble response to changing industry conditions.

C3 Presents ·

C3 Presents creates, books, markets and produces live experiences, concerts, events, and just about anything that makes people stand up and cheer. C3 produces the Austin City Limits Music Festival and Lollapalooza in Chicago. Along with these multi-day, multi-stage festivals, C3 books and promotes more than 1,000 concerts in arenas, theaters, casinos, and clubs across the US. In addition to event creation and booking, C3 manages the careers of select artists.

Starr Hill Presents ·

Starr Hill Presents is the largest independent promoter of live entertainment in Central Virginia, producing over 200 concerts a year in the region from club shows to major arena events. Together with its partners, Starr Hill Presents also produces large-scale music festivals nationwide including the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival and the Mile High Music Festival.


Monday, June 21st, 2010

June 04, 2010 — G Love live at summer camp 2010. VIDEO PRODUCTION/EDITING/CAMERA: Raymond Grubb


Monday, June 21st, 2010

Nateva Music & Camping Festival

It’s Official: Weekend Passes with

On-Site Camping are Sold Out!

But don’t worry -  we have still have a ticket for everyone and they all include access to our complimentary, no fee, camping & parking just minutes from the music! Our courtesy camping & parking area is free of charge for anyone with a Nateva Ticket of any kind, and comes with free shuttle service right to the front door of the venue 24 hours a day.
You still have a chance to experience this 3-day, multi-stage outdoor extravaganza on July 2nd, 3rd & 4th in Oxford Maine, featuring more than 50 world-class bands in the true Jam Band tradition with a sweet mix of Indie/Alternative Rock, Bluegrass, Electronica, and local New England musicians too! Grab your ticket today before they’re all gone – no more than 14,999 tickets will be sold to this intimate and unique event!
Tickets are Selling Fast – Act Now!
A Weekend Pass with Satellite Camping & Parking gets you in to the festival site for all festival performances, without paying for onsite camping! Enjoy the fun from 9 am to 3 am on Fri, July 2nd, Sat, July 3rd, and Sun, July 4th – for 3 full days of world-class music, on all 4 festival stages, plus entertainment and late night festivities. Then let the shuttle take you to where you’ll rest your head for the night – safely and conveniently just minutes down the road.
Single Day Passes give you access to all 4 festival stages, all day and night, and are now available at the price of just $89 per ticket and includes camping, parking and shuttle. It’s just like the saying “you don’t have to go home, you just can’t stay here”… well, you won’t have to go home! Go just minutes down the road from the venue and hang out with your friends all weekend long if you choose at our courtesy camping area – for free! Check our performance schedule for dates and show times to see when your favorite bands are playing, and buy your day pass today!

Get Your Ticket Now!

Free Camping & Parking at the

Oxford Plains Speedway!

Remember, ANY AND ALL ticket holders are invited to camp & park at our complimentary, no fee, courtesy area located at the Oxford Plains Speedway – HOME OF THE EPIC 1988 GRATEFUL DEAD SHOWS!

The Speedway is located just 3 miles from our Festival site at the Oxford Fairgrounds. Our security will be strong to help protect your car and personal belongings. This is a great place for you to rest your head at night after an amazing day of world-class bands!  To learn more about our Courtesy Camping area,
click here.

The Nateva Music and Camping Festival is New England’s premier experience of the summer and you don’t want to miss it! If you love music and the outdoors, and you want to do something amazing this 4th of July weekend, act now!

If you have any questions or for more information, please visit

We’ll see you at the festival!
Your Nateva Team
The Nateva Music & Camping Festival

Please help the hungry by bringing canned goods to the festival for collection and donation to the local food pantry.

Catch Your Favs,

Chill for the Weekend

Just $89 gets you a full day of music & entertainment + free access to our courtesy camping all weekend long!

Got Friends That Dig Music?

Tell them about Nateva and meet them there!!

Forward to a Friend

View the band schedule to see when your favorite bands are playing!

2010 Festival Highlights:

FURTHUR featuring

Phil Lesh & Bob Weir

The Flaming Lips


The Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band


She & Him

Passion Pit

Grizzly Bear

Ghostland Observatory

Drive-By Truckers

George Clinton

& Parliament-Funkadelic

Umphrey’s McGee

Jackie Greene

Zappa Plays Zappa

Jakob Dylan & Three Legs

Keller Williams


Crash Kings

Max Creek


and Many More!

For the complete lineup visit

EofIS – Day 4 @ WAKARUSA 09

Saturday, June 20th, 2009


Day 4 of 4 by The Edge of Imagination Station – an interactive booth that allowed festival attendees to create their own piece of art included in a stop-animation feature.

Wakarusa Music Festival in Ozark, Arkansas on June 4, 2009

For more information of the Edge of Imagination Station visit


Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

At Wakarusa Music Festival in Ozark, AR this 2009, RFWtv had a chance to meet a young artist by the name of Johnny.  In an ongoing process to bring Stop Motion Animation to the hands of any accessible person, The Edge of Imagination Station was a LARGE success by the attendees of the festival.  With plans to expand his station, introducing the craft to communities around the nation, Johnny is definitely a friend who we all should know.

As soon as they are uploaded, will provide host to the collective stop motion animation videos handmade by the hipsters who danced and smiled at the Edge of Imagination Station in both the Revival and Outpost tents at Wakarusa 2009.



Want to know more?

Stop Motion Animation on Wikipedia -

Stop motion (or frame-by-frame) is an animation technique to make a physically manipulated object appear to move on its own. The object is moved in small amounts between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when the series of frames are played as a continuous sequence. Clay figures are often used in stop motion animations, known as claymation, for their ease of repositioning.”

- was launched in April 1999. Since then, it has become a popular meeting place for aspiring animators. If you are new to stop-motion, be sure to read THE STOP-MOTION HANDBOOK. There are several chapters which address many of the basic questions you might have.

You will find even more information scattered around on the MESSAGE BOARD which is the true heart of Most who are new to Stop-Motion usually visit NEWBIE CORNER. If you need something more specific, click on one of the many other forums such as ANIMATION DEPARTMENT, PUPPETMAKING, MINIATURES AND SET BUILDING, SPECIAL FX, STOP-MOTION IN FILM or BULLETIN BOARD. To help you understand how to use the Message Board, there is a QUICK START GUIDE for new members and a FAQ.

Stop Motion Works :: Stop Motion Animation Resource!

What is inside an Animation Puppet? Discover the Magical World of Stop Motion!