[Event Review] Lightning in a Bottle 2024 Was Truly Unforgettable

Published by on: 06/01/2024


*Featured Cover Photo Credit: @AI.VISUALS

The weekend of May 22-27 at the Buena Vista Lake hosted the latest edition of the magical Lightning in a Bottle Festival. This past weekend’s Lightning in a Bottle 2024 was a very unforgettable festival, just like many previous LIB editions in the past, with vast servings of fantastic music, art exhibits, leisure hotspots, delicious food, and diverse accommodations. Whether it was throwing it down at the Thunder stage or rejuvenating under a relaxing canopy drinking ‘kava’ while meditating, the festival over the past weekend had everything that each attendee enjoyed during their time there. Here is the summary of Lightning in a Bottle 2024, including memorable photos at the festival that showed the camaraderie of the fans and the exciting atmosphere that may encourage fans to return once more.

Photo Credit: @gucciphoto

Since LIB has developed a name for itself as a leader in sustainability, creativity, and vibrancy, the food and drink variety and various amenities at this past week’s festival provided the fans with many great ways to enjoy the vibes of the festival. There were vendors selling açaí bowls, poke bowls, craft pizza, bao buns, and many more delicious items. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drink options were also plentiful throughout the festival grounds of Lightning in a Bottle 2024, especially at the bars found at each stage. The craft and souvenir vendors also came in clutch with their variety of beautiful, creative items on display for all to see and bring home for their friends and family.

The amenities were top-notch as well with the yoga and movement hotspots being outstanding locations for everyone to rejuvenate and energize themselves for more great days at the festival. Furthermore, since the festival is by a lake after all, many attendees got to experience wonderful times with old and new friends alike by swimming, wading, and simply chilling by the lake. Additionally, whether someone was camping inside their car, RV, trailer, tent, topia, or zaropa, the camping amenities were also very diverse and flexible so that the attendees could get more for their experiences throughout their time at the festival, no matter if they were there for five days, three days, or even a single one.

Photo Credit: @jakewestphoto

The music at LIB has always been the top fixture at each edition since it debuted in 2004 as the premier festival of the Do Lab. At this year’s festival, fans of James Blake, Fatboy Slim, Lane 8, Nora En Pure, M.I.A, and many other wonderful world-class musicians were all welcome: the acts were phenomenal overall. There were eight stages at Lightning in a Bottle 2024, especially the main stages of Thunder, Lightning, and Woogie, for all to vibe alongside their old and new friends and other like-minded music aficionados. One of the coolest things that happened was at around 2 a.m., early morning of Sunday, May 26, when Skrillex appeared at the Stacks stage as a surprise guest and really got the crowd going towards a gnarly euphoria.

Another highlight of Sunday, May 26 was a surprise set that occurred during sunset at the Junkyard stage. RÜFÜS DU SOL brought out the good vibes flowing continuously with their masterful set that resonated throughout the stage and even beyond towards other surrounding areas as well. When Skrillex came on as the ultimate headliner at the Lightning stage for the final night, the crowd went wild with excitement. The crowd shook their heads with fervor and moved their arms and hands enthusiastically as Sonny kept on throwing down awesome beats and drops from beginning to end. No matter if they were nostalgic bangers like ‘Bangarang’ and ‘Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites’ or current hits such as ‘Rumble’ and ‘Badders’, Skrillex really showed the crowd at the Lightning stage why he remains one of the top legends of the Dance/Electronic music industry for over the past decade.

Photo Credit: @JAMAL.EID

This past weekend’s LIB, once again, was a festival to never forget. Not only the music and other attractions of the festival provided the relaxed, blissful emotions that allowed one to remain there from beginning to end, but also just the whole genuine atmosphere surrounding the festival grounds. That genuine atmosphere that allows one to feel comfortable being themself while dancing and socializing with similar individuals who are also there to have a great time being who they are without fearing any judgement. For anyone who attended this past weekend’s LIB, there is no doubt that they will return to next year’s edition.

Photo Credit: @GETTINY


Comment (1)

  • Tresa

    06/08/2024 8:58 am

    Very energetic article, I loved that bit. Will there be a part

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