Life Really Is Beautiful

Life is Beautiful 2016 marked my first music festival. (I know. I’m behind.) My husband and I put on our festy best and headed out to Day Two of Life is Beautiful with the hopes of catching our coveted headliners, Leon Bridges and J. Cole.

Here’s what I  loved about this festival.

There’s such a variety of music. Whether you love EDM or blues, there’s a band for you. With four different stages, there was never entertainment to run out of.

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Around every corner, there was also some kind of DJ spinning a variety of other beats. I loved the Pandora Satellite booth. Not only was the music great, so was the lighting. Endless photo opportunities and even a digital photo booth!

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Photo backdrops were endless. Around every corner, there was some kind of art of mural just waiting for us to strike a pose. I LOVED the ladder frame near the ferris stage. You could climb, hang and fill with dozens of your friends.

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You can just hang out. Coconut water took over an entire section of the grounds building a tropical get away. Sip some free drinks. Relax on a hammock or swing. Play backyards games and dive down the inflatable water slide!

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The food was amazing. We chose sushi burritos and twisted lemonade to fill our bellies. But the food trucks and pop-up booths lined almost every corner. Donuts, steak, cocktails – whatever you craved, LIB had it.

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We’re going again. Although our feet were hurting and we were dying for more sleep the next day, our first festival was a hit. Limited tickets are already one sale. Get them here before prices go up!

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