Happy Daze brings those ‘happy days’
THERE will be something for everyone at next weekend’s Happy Daze Festival, which kicks off on Friday, May 27, until Sunday, May 29, in Calen.
The three-day music and arts festival will feature a world-class line-up of live bands, DJs and electronic musicians, giving festival goers a weekend of non-stop music.
Established in the Australian Doof Festival circuit and now in its fourth year, the festival has brought to central Queensland an alternative lifestyle gathering.
Focusing heavily on family and the outdoors while still maintaining a strong community based approach, those attending have an endless list of things to do.
Attendees can get involved in an “assortment of creative workshops, yoga practice and guided mediation lessons” or listen to a bunch of guest speakers presenting talks on a variety of topics.
For those wanting some wind-down time, there will also be an outdoor cinema and a massage chill space.
The festival will bring both instrumental and electronic music to make anyone “move and feel” so festival goers are bound to experience sounds and performances that “resonate with their musical tastes”.
Friday night will feature live music, bands and performances, giving everyone some fun, drum and bass music to dance to.
Saturday night will focus on the electronic music genres.
This will feature DJs and live acts playing “funky breakbeats, glitch-hop and bass heavy dubstep and DnB” as well as house techno artists.
To finish things off, trance and progressive house sessions will play on Sunday, May 29.
Happy Daze aims to “welcome the new moon with a feast for the sense’s and create a safe environment for the whole family”.
For ticket information, visit http://happydazefestival.com/ tickets/.
HAPPY BEATS: The Happy Daze Festival kicks off in Calen on May 27 at 6pm.