Photograph of Lightning in a Bottle: Courtesy Juliana Bernstein

20 Years of Lightning in a Bottle: Celebrate its Sustainable Culture and Most Eclectic Lineup Yet

Preparations are underway for this year’s 20th anniversary of Lightning in a Bottle. Born out of The Do Lab, Lightning in a Bottle has become a yearly beacon for electronic music, sustainability, and creative endeavors. This year’s lineup includes (but is not limited to) REZZ, ZHU, Phantogram, Caribou, Liquid Stranger, Diplo, Tale of Us, LSDream, Purple Disco Machine, Beats Antique, Sad Night Dynamite, LTJ Bukem, and more. Spread across six stages, the festival caters to electronic music fans of all types. Spend your days wandering among a sea of dancing bodies at the Woogie Stage or take time to check out up-and-coming acts on The Stacks.

In addition to the stellar music lineup, LIB also provides a robust bill of learning and culture workshops. Immerse yourself in everything from discussions on holistic living to edible poetry workshops. These activities are perfectly complemented by a full list of yoga and movement programs that run throughout the entire festival. A full list and schedule of all events can be seen on the festival’s website.

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Interested in volunteering at the festival? You’re in luck, as LIB is a festival leader in sustainability and offers a wide variety of positions on their Green Team. Not interested in volunteering your time but still want to get involved in sustainability? Hop over to the festival website for a full packing list, ways you can stay green at the festival, and a full list of volunteer opportunities.

The festival once again returns to their scenic Buena Vista Lake location and offers a wide range of camping and ticketing options including RV passes, boutique camping experiences, and even ticket party-packs that allow you to save money when you buy with friends.

Tickets for GA, VIP, and all camping types can be purchased on the festival website: