Elements Festival

Elements Festival is Better Than Ever with 2021 Lineup

Ooo, here we go! Another lineup has been announced, and Elements Music & Arts Festival is high on our list for what’s looking to be a pretty stacked fall festival season. Mix in a variety of house, shake in a little dubstep, and top it off with some funk; there’s a whole lot for everyone to love with this diverse lineup.

Headlining this year are some of our absolute favorites: Griz, Chris Lake, Bonobo, Ganja White Night, Bob Moses, and Claude VonStroke. They gave us all of that beautiful music, and Clozee and Rusko? Supertask?! A Desert Hearts takeover? Say no more. We’re sold.

Elements festival encourages embracing all of the “elements” while fully submerging yourself into the experience.

Located on a summer camp property in Lakewood, PA, the location hosts a sparkling blue lake, hidden forests of magic, green fields, and rolling hills. However, this isn’t even the best part. Each stage is named after a certain element. The Water, Earth, Fire, and Air stages each have a significant meaning and bring forward their own unique experience with different styles of music.

Elements Festival
From the Elements Festival Image Gallery

Featuring interactive art and performances, 3 days of health and wellness-based activities, festival-wide games, amazing food, and a whole lot more; this festival is the perfect choice to ease back into the swing of things for this upcoming unconventional fall festival season.

Although all of the lodging options have sold out, there are still GA and VIP tickets available, as well as camping and glamping packages waiting to be scooped up. The festival also offers a bundle package, which includes the festival ticket, camping, and parking.

Get your tickets here. We cant wait to see you there!

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