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Bob Moses, DJ Tennis and Behrouz headline World’s Largest Eco Festival


The World’s Biggest Eco Festival, Envision, has announced its Full Lineup & Programme For 2018.

The eighth edition of this life changing event, which is held between February 22nd to February 26th in the heart of a jungle paradise in Uvita, Costa Rica will see over 100+ musicians at the festival. These will include Australian social activist and fan favorite, Xavier Rudd, the high-octane UK-based sensation TroyBoi, Canadians Bob Moses, The Russ Liquid Test, Manic Focus, Israeli dynamo Chaim, DJ Tennis, AudioFly, Behrouz, Monolink and many more.

Envision provides a platform for different cultures to collide harmoniously in regenerative community and inspire one another through the collective participation in art, spirituality, yoga, music, dance, performance, education, regenerative strategies and our fundamental connection with nature. This includes reforesting the site of the event for six years and counting, from the deforested cattle farm it once was. ALL single use plastic is expressly forbidden, and all the foods sold are organic and grown by farmers in the area, while all the clothing products sold in the market are fashioned by locals with a net positive impact on the environment.

The co-founder of the festivals says “We really wanted to bring in best in breed artists from every corner of the globe” says Envision 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.”

For more information head to https://envisionfestival.com/


SOL Stage: Xavier Rudd, Bob Moses, Matanza, Manic Focus, Russ Liquid Test, Mike Love, La BOA, Patterns, Santos y Zurdo, Un Rojo, Voodoo

LUNA Stage: Troyboi, CloZee, Thriftworks, Desert Dwellers, Random Rab, Dimond Saints, IHF, Stickybuds, SoDown, Soohan, Whitebear, CharlesTheFirst, K.L.O, Slynk, AtYyA, The Librarian, Austero, Dragonfly, Soulacybin, Tor, Dubcoling, Traveler, Releece, Fore, Mike Wallis, Irieyes

LAPA Stage: DJ Tennis, Behrouz, AudioFly, Chaim, Monolink, Tara Brooks, Chancha Via Circuito, Be Svendsen, Amani, Treavor Moontribe, Nanuk, Faceblind, Javier Portilla, Zach Walker, Melissa O, Brian Hartman, Freebound, Driss Skali, Ivan Cespedes, Bushman, Fredo Cortez, Bunny Wabbit, Funka, Fernando Melo, Maria Wabe, Hawk, Bosque

Yoga Classes By: Donny Starkins, AubryMarie, Sofiah Thom, Amber Zuckswert, Esteban Salazar, Anton Mackey, Dennice Sanhueza, Whaka, Gregorio Avanzini, Michael Stewart, Yaniv Shanti, Yali McGregor, Sarah Bonsall

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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