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A one-night music and art's festival celebrating our ancient forests!

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Who are we?

The Wabi-Sabi collective is a group of dedicated volunteers creating outdoor art and music events. Our mission is to raise awareness and resources to protect old-growth forests on Vancouver Island through innovative music and arts events.

MUSIC: Starts @ 4:30pm followed by 12 hours of entertainment!

Day:

eQualia: https://www.facebook.com/EQualia-277551953125956/

Cello Bride: http://www.cellobride.com/

Tony Cecchetti

Emilaea Woodwolf: https://spoti.fi/2SipObB

Night:

J Feud - https://soundcloud.com/james_feud

Sam Klassik - https://soundcloud.com/samklass

.Lacey - https://soundcloud.com/michaelblacey

LadyK108 - https://soundcloud.com/ladyk108

Josh Tasman- https://soundcloud.com/josh-tasman

Location: A GPS pin of the exact location will be sent to ticket holders the week of the event. 2-hour drive north of Victoria or a 2-hour drive southwest of Nanaimo

General event info:

Fir Fest is a non sanctioned event. Every attendee's donation through Eventbrite will be used to run the event and any left over will be donated towards protecting our remaining old growth on Vancouver Island.

  • This event takes place completely off the grid, 45 mins from cell reception
  • Parking is a 700 meter walk from the campground, pack accordingly
  • Car camping is possible in the campsite if arriving before 2pm. High clearance vehicle required
  • Simple backcountry washrooms and drinking water will be provided in both the campsite and stage area

What do we stand for?

  • Safe Space: We have zero tolerance for disrespectful behavior. Please respect boundaries and if you see something, say something
  • Reduce your footprint: Carpool to the event & use re-usable cups
  • Participation: Interact with new people, help out, dance, make art, and help us keep the vibe great
  • Respect the Land : This event takes place on the unceded territory of the Pacheedaht first nation, treat the land with respect
  • Be Fire Safe: We all have to play our part to prevent wildfires. Cigarette butts in butt tins, no campfires, no fire dancing, and keep an eye out for smoke
  • Harm Reduction: Please be safe and keep each-other safe when partying

What's Wabi-Sabi? It's a Japanese principle focused on the acceptance of transience and imperfection. It is beauty that is imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.

-The Wabi Sabi Collective

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