Whether you’re looking for a spiritual experience or just a really unique party, Infrasound Music Festival is a get together of tripsters who want to liberate their minds through psychedelic music and art.
Tucked away in the forests of Minnesota next to a peaceful lake, you’ll find dark, introspective electronic music juxtaposed with vibrant, colorful art and groundbreaking visuals that integrate the landscape into the optic experience. Visionary artists and husband and wife Alex and Allyson Grey, known for their mind-bending art and live painting performances, will be at the festival, which is enough of a reason to attend regardless of how you feel about electronic music. The Grey’s are also known for the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, or CoSM, a non-profit organization and public chapel used for “spiritual renewal through contemplation of transformative art” in upstate New York.
Past years have been chalk full of some of the best psychedelic bass, like Kalya Scintilla and Phutureprimitive, American and UK-based dubstep from Manic Focus and Hatcha, and live electro-jam bands Shpongle and Eoto. The curation has been a well-rounded representation of some of the world’s best underground electronic music for fans who shy away from house and lean more towards the slower and trippier tunes.
- While the festival attendance numbers are not published, the venue is situated on 40 forested acres, and festival-goers can camp in groves of oak trees.
- Tickets: Tier one is on sale now. 3-day pass: $199.9. Tier 2 3-day pass (when tier one sells out): $219.99.RV and camper van passes are sold out.
- The festival is just over an hour drive from Minneapolis, so check out this guide if you have time to visit.
Frequently Asked Questions
- The event is 18 and up.
- Animals are not allowed at the festival (please don’t subject your dog to that decibel level, these are funktion one speakers, people.)
- You may be able to have fires at the campsites if the fire risk in the area is low during that weekend.