Festival season so far, in the North East, hasn’t been the best weather.

It has been, either freezing cold, raining, or even both. But the weather doesn’t stop anyone from enjoying themselves at any music festivals. At Mysteryland this past weekend you could feel nothing but amazing vibes and energy once you stepped on the holy grounds of Woodstock.

As I walked through the main entrance all I wanted to do was run through the hilly grounds and do non-stop cartwheels down the hills. It was unreal. From great food, to amazing clothing shops, to unbelievable stages, how could you not have an amazing time? One thing that I did love about Mysteryland was how they had a booth dedicated to people who have attended Woodstock in the 60’ and 70’s. It was so surreal hearing what they had to say, because they weren’t just there to tell us about Woodstock and how it was, but they were there to enjoy the festival as well. They come back to the holy grounds to see different festivals and watch Bethel Woods grow into this beautiful community of different genres of music.

The best part about the weekend was seeing my friend shoot for Keys n Krates on the main stage on day three. It was even cooler that I was allowed to be on the side of the stage to watch him take pictures and watch Keys n Krates put on an amazing set. The last day couldn’t have ended any better with the way Bassnectar closed out the show, giving me the chlls all over my body and getting me pumped up for the forest.

Overall, Mysteryland was one of the most organized festivals that I have been to and was a lot of fun. I love how kept the hippie theme throughout the festival, which gave you that Woodstock vibe. I hope Mysteryland makes another return next year, because I cannot wait to attend it again!

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