We know what you are thinking: some of these festivals are too expensive for your taste and you would prefer something a little cheaper. The Konnexion Music Festival in Heyburn, Idaho is the answer you are looking for! You will not beat the price of $78 (taxes included) for a 3-day pass, which also includes your parking and camping for the duration of your stay in Kasota Park, home to Konnexion Music Festival now in its second year. Konnexion Music Festival’s mission is simple: to build a community while celebrating social responsibility, healthy living, creative expression, and personal growth through music.
Defined as a ‘transformational gathering’, Konnexion will take you to new heights while partying under the stars all night listening to acts like An-ten-nae, Sugarpill, DesertDwellers, Wothy, G Jones, Kaminanda, The Human Experience, Deformaty, Aaron Jackson, Vitamindevo, Bob Five, Rob Noble, Microsuave, Alastair and Psy-fi.
The music is just the beginning at Konnexion Music Festival. Along with a strict ‘pack it in, pack it out’ motto, their objective is simple: Leave your area cleaner than when you arrived, not only in your campground, but throughout the festival as well. The festival provides recycle bins, compost bins, nature walks and identification, a Bioremeditation (using nature to heal the planet) Workshop, Cycle of Nature learning class, Permaculture Lifestyle Workshop and much more.
With Konnexion Music Festival having so many great ways to educate people about things they might not have ever done before (recycling or composting?) as well as great music with some amazing new friends over three days, we’re willing to bet this will be one of the highlights of any festival-goer’s summer. While you are at it, don’t forget to check out our other festivals for you to enjoy in the coming months.
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