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The Black Keys & Modest Mouse Announce 2019 North American Tour

The Black Keys announced details of their upcoming 2019 Let’s Rock North American Tour. Modest Mouse will open each show, with additional support on select dates from Shannon & The Clams, *repeat repeat and Jessy Wilson.

The Black Keys will headline the 2019 Life Is Beautiful festival in Las Vegas on September 21. The duo made up of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney will then embark on a 31-city tour on September 23 in Denver at The Pepsi Center. Additional arena stops that month include Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, Minneapolis and Cleveland. In October, the Let’s Rock Tour heads to Nashville, Columbus, Milwaukee, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Grand Rapids (Michigan), Toronto, Boston, Washington D.C., Philadelphia and Brooklyn. The November leg begins in Florida with shows in Sunrise and Orlando, followed by stops in Raleigh, Atlanta, Houston, Austin, Fort Worth, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland and Tacoma (Washington). The tour is set to wrap on November 24 in Vancouver.

Tickets for The Black Keys’ 2019 Let’s Rock North American Tour go on sale on Friday, March 22 at 10 a.m. local venue time. Listen to “Lo/Hi,” the recently released The Black Keys single which marked the first new music from the band since 2014:

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Greensky Bluegrass Expands Summer Tour 2019

Greensky Bluegrass will mix festival appearances and headlining dates this summer. The band previously announced a handful of dates last week and now have rounded out Summer Tour 2019.

The jamgrass quintet kicks off the tour with support from The Lil Smokies in Salt Lake City on June 27 and Missoula on June 28. Next up are previously confirmed visits to Portland, Oregon on June 29 and Seattle on June 30. Greensky returns to the road in July for a performance in Norfolk on the 17th and four dates in North Carolina. The North Carolina swing begins in Wilmington on July 18, continues in Cary on July 19 and Charlotte on July 20 and concludes in Asheville on July 21.

On August 1, the five-piece will play MECU Pavilion in Baltimore. Then, GSBG returns to New York City for their debut at Pier 17 on August 2. The tour is slated to end at Jay Peak Resort in Vermont on August 3. A pre-sale is underway now for most shows here

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Cardi B maps out 2019 summer tour, first-ever arena shows

After becoming a first-time mother, Cardi B was largely absent from the summer touring circuit last year. Now, with a new album supposedly on the way, New York’s new queen of hip-hop has packed her 2019 summer schedule with a number of festival appearances in addition to her first-ever headlining arena shows.

After taking the stage at Miami’s Rolling Loud, Barcelona’s Primavera Sound, and Bonnaroo, Cardi will play a string of arena shows during the month of July. For the leg of dates, she’ll be joined by Kevin Gates, as Complex reports.

Check out Cardi’s upcoming tour schedule, and grab tickets here.

Cardi B 2019 Tour Dates: 03/13 – South Padre Island, TX @ Beach Bash Music Festival 05/03-05 – Memphis, TN @ Beale Street Music Festival 05/04 – Bonner Springs, KS @ Providence Medical Center Amphitheater (Flyover KC) % 05/10-12 – Miami, FL @ Rolling Loud Festival 05/16 – Gulf Shores, AL @ Hangout Music Fest 05/17 – Phoenix, AZ @ Pot of Gold Music Festival 05/18 – Montreal, QC @ Metro Metro Festival 05/24 – Baltimore, MD @ Royal Farms Arena (92Q Spring Bling Festival) # 05/31 – Barcelona, ES @ Primavera Sound 06/01 – Warsaw, PL @ Orange Warsaw Festival 6/08-09 – Manchester, UK @ Parklife Festival 06/16 – Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music Festival 06/22 – Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center (BET Experience) ^ 06/30 – Lommel, BE @ Vestiville 07/03 – Roskilde, DK @ Roksilde Festival 07/05 – London, UK @ Wireless Festival 07/06 – Frankfurt, DE @ Wireless Germany 07/07 – Rathfarnham, IE @ Longitude Festival 07/11 – Fraunfeld, CH @ Openir Frauenfeld 07/23 – Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center * 07/24 – Wichita, KS @ Intrust Bank Arena * 07/26 – Lincoln, NE @ Pinnacle Bank Arena * 07/27 – Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center * 07/30 – Indianapolis, IN @ Bankers Life Fieldhouse * 07/31 – Charlottesville, VA @ John Paul Jones Arena * 08/08-10 – Gothenburg, SE @ Way Out West Festival

% = w/ 21 Savage, Lil Baby, G Herbo, Lil Mosey, and YBN Cordae # = w/ Yo Gotti and Blocboy JB ^ = w/ Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil Baby, and City Girls * = w/ Kevin Gates

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Empire Of The Sun Announce 2019 Headlining Tour

The run of the alt-electro band marks the 10-year anniversary of the release of their debut album.

A decade of bright, glittery indie music has culminated in a celebratory U.S. headline tour for alt-electro group Empire Of The Sun. Commemorating the group’s 2009 debut album, Walking On A Dream, the summer tour strikes intimate venues across the U.S., in addition to in Brixton, U.K., and Paris, France. Tickets are on sale now

The Australian group is comprised of Luke Steele and Nick Littlemore, whose lively and theatrical live shows have held a place in both the U.S. festival circuit and major international arenas. Their style has garnered acclaim and support with over two billion total streams. Hits include “We Are The People,” “Alive,” “High And Low,” and “Walking On A Dream.” Since WOAD’s release, the group has put out two more albums, most recently Two Vines in 2016. 

The latest tour’s announcement directly follows the launch of a limited-edition vinyl of WOAD. On vinyl that is translucent, orange, the project can be found through Astralwerks. It also includes a download for the previously unreleased”Chrysalis,” which debuted February 1st on multiple streaming platforms. 

Find the full list of dates for Empire Of The Sun’s 2019 tour below. Tickets can be bought here

5/30 — Chicago, IL @ Metro5/31 — Chicago, IL @ Metro6/3 — Boston, MA @ Royale6/6 — New York, NY — venue to be announced6/7 — New York, NY — venue to be announced6/11 — Dallas, TX @ House of Blues6/15 — Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre6/16 — Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre6/18 — Seattle, WA @ The Showbox6/19 — Seattle, WA @ The Showbox6/24 — San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom6/25 — San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom6/29 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda6/30 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda7/9 — Brixton, UK @ O2 Academy Brixton7/10 — Paris, FR @ Casino de Paris


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The Chainsmokers Become Third Group Ever To Have Three Or More Tracks With 1 Billion Plays On Spotify

Anyone trying to refuse The Chainsmokers‘ victory is merely deluding themselves at this point. If there were any doubts,” The Chainsmokers just became the third set ever to have 3 sisters on Spotify with over one million performs, following Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber (all have four).

This accomplishment was just hit by the group as their collaboration with Coldplay, “Something Just Like This,” by their debut album Memories… Do Not Open, passed the one million mark. The two other songs with one billion flows from the group are all “Closer” using Halsey and “Don’t Let Me Down” together with all Daya.

The Chainsmokers simply put a new song with 5SOS called “Who Do You Love” and so are set to embark on a stadium tour later this season.

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Watch: The Evolution of the Greatest EDM Artists

It’s natural for artists to go through some changes. But sometimes we forget how dramatically their sounds can evolve! A Facebook page titled “Revealed Family” made a couple videos that show just how far some EDM artists have come in the past five years alone.

You can watch the videos here:

Which artist do you think has changed the most?


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Beck & Cage The Elephant Announce 2019 Co-Headlining Tour

Beck along with Cage the Elephant will embark upon a co-headlining Excursion of North America this summer. The Night Running Tour will feature Spoon on all dates with Starcrawler, Sunflower Bean and Wild Belle to open select displays.

The excursion starts in the Sunlight Supply Amphitheater in Ridgefield, Washington on July 11. From there, the tour hits the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington; Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California; FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, California and Park Theater in Las Vegas. Next up are stops in Chula Vista (California), Phoenix, Denver, Austin, Houston, Dallas, St. Louis, Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Indianapolis, Toronto, Saratoga Springs (New York), Darien Center (New York), Mansfield (Massachusetts) and Gilford (New Hampshire). The final portion of this tour starts at Forest Hills Stadium in New York City on August 17 and includes stops in Holmdel, New Jersey; Camden, New Jersey; Columbia, Maryland in Addition to Raleigh, Charlotte, Birmingham, Tampa and West Palm Beach.

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Dave Matthews Band Announces Summer Tour 2019

Dave Matthews Band Declared His Summer Tour 2019. Tickets to the North American summer tour dates go on sale to the general public on February 22.

Dave Matthews Band’s 2019 Summer Tour begins on April 30 at Pensacola, Florida. Back in May, DMB will make extra stops in Florida, visit Jazz Fest in New Orleans, then to Alabama, Tennessee, Iowa, Missouri and Texas. The tour resumes in June with two nights at New Jersey, followed by displays in New York, Massachusetts and two nights at Indiana. July tour dates include concerts in Ohio, Illinois and two nights at Wisconsin accompanied by stops in Michigan ahead of a night in Ontario, Canada. The tour continues in New York, North Carolina, Virginia and Georgia before going to Florida for a total of 3 shows.

DMB Summer Tour 2019 picks up towards the end of August with two nights at Colorado accompanied by a show in Utah. The band’s classic Labor Day Weekend stand in The Gorge in Washington State is on their own schedule. The tour rounds out with displays in Nevada, California and Arizona. DMB will even look on September 22 in the second annual Sea Hear Now Festival in Asbury Park, New Jersey.

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Study reveals EDM and heavy metal fans consume the most drugs and alcohol at shows

Last year, a study which examined social media data to reveal which types of medications were most closely related to that music festivals. The information gleaned wasn’t terribly surprising, such as marijuana being common in Marley Fest or even LSD being most popular in Electric Forest. A new research, however, further examines the link between music and drug culture by revealing which genre attracts the most users. (via Metal Injection) surveyed 976 music festival attendees (not exactly a quorum), along with the outcomes weren’t even necessarily terribly revelatory.  The simple fact that alcohol (a legal medication ) and marijuana (an increasingly authorized medication ) would be the most common substances used at music occasions shouldn’t even stun anybody who’s been to a festival. Nor should the fact that EDM lovers will be the most inclined to be intoxicated at a show; however, the simple fact that heavy metal heads are next on the list might be a tiny surprise.

The report found that 62.2percent of heavy metal lovers got intoxicated in shows, in contrast to 58.7percent of hip listeners, 46.6percent of state lovers, and only 39.8percent of pop concert attendees.  Individuals who favored folk music were more likely to eat drugs (56%) than aspirin (50 percent ), R&B/soul (42.4%), or walnut (40.7%) fans )

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It’s intriguing to note that heavy metal fans had been only in the upper few consumers by percentage as it came to alcohol, coming in second by 56.2%. (Top honors went to alternative concertgoers with 57.6%, while EDM parties arrived in third with 54.9%)  Less surprising is the fact that 33.3percent of reggae event attendees and 29.6percent of hip-hop lovers smoked weed, which MDMA was much more popular in EDM reveals (25.6%) than either of the other leading few genres (reggae at 4.8percent and indie rock at 3.0%). Possibly least shocking of all is that EDM concertgoers were recorded in the top few users for all drugs (marijuana, alcohol, MDMA, hallucinogens, cocaine, and opioids), except for benzodiazepines.

That really lines up with all the festival study from 2017. In that study, cocaine was most popular with supporters of Tomorrowland and Mad Decent Block Party, while MDMA was common in MDBP and Electric Zoo. Marijuana was, naturally, a popular of Marley lovers and Camp Bisco attendees, while alcohol took more than a significant percentage of Summerfest and Ozzfest users.

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41% of metal fans said they consumed drugs or alcohol to reduce social stress, which 40% of rock concertgoers also agreed with. Meanwhile, the EDM users have been divided over raising energy (41%), experimentation (25 percent ), enjoyment enhancement (77 percent ), and linking with all the artist (31 percent ). Folk fans (49%) and indie rock (39 percent ) attendees seemed most pulled only by medication becoming available.

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The researchers figured out what era certain genre lovers were more likely to start taking medication in live music events. Heavy metal and EDM buffs typically got into the stuff till they struck 20, with the length between 20 and 21 being popular staring things for lovers of classic rock, reggae, hip, alternative, folk, and indie rock. Jazz and blues listeners tended to wait till they were between 23 and 24 (I think it is hard to believe it took them that long to try a “jazz smoke ”-RRB-, with classical music attendees becoming the latest bloomers in 25.

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Even though it may not be the most revolutionary (or exhaustive ) research, the survey does provide some fascinating data points when you see it all spelled out. Irrespective of your music genre or medication of choice, nonetheless , it’s important to remember to stay smart and stay safe. Reach out to people like Detox or Harmonium (who provide safe, sober spaces in music events) if you’re experiencing difficulty, and don’t be reluctant to request assistance from onsite medical or safety personnel. Not one of these individuals are going to assist you in trouble; literally their sole job is to help keep you safe, which involves helping you out in case you’re intoxicated.

And keep in mind, you don’t even need to do every one of the medication to have a good time.

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The Ultimate Guide on Post-Festival Recovery

When you party like a superhero, it’s the right time to recuperate like one too!

We’t been there. Riding back home in a lengthy festival weekend you think, “Wow, I don’t think I will ever be the same. ” Music Festivals can be life changing. You produce lifelong memories with old friends and new friends alike, while realizing you’re just here on this earth for a set quantity of time so you have to enjoy every second of it.

Music festivals are a major party. 1 reason they are so much fun is because you really feel like you can do anything you want, whenever you want. It’s an entire other world unlike anyplace else. As human beings, people need liberty, and music festivals provide it. But like anything else in existence, this freedom comes with consequences.

What most festivalgoers don’t recognize is these life-changing events may likewise be relate to your own physical and psychological wellbeing.

Think of other events which happen throughout the season: holidays, school breaksand anniversaries, etc.. Yes, they may involve one or two crazy nights out around town, but rarely are there ever three or four nights and days full of nonstop partying. The day following your buddy ’s birthday might be you feeling down in the dumps, but chances are you probably aren’t likely to permanently damage your physical or mental wellbeing.

Festival-goers front row at Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Florida. 

Following four days at a music festival, your psychological and physical health can be permanently damaged if specific recovery initiatives aren’t taken. Seldom during that time do you consider the strain that you’re putting in your body, because it’s all in good fun, right?

Yes, it is all in good fun, until you’re on the road back home and you also begin to feel that the after-effects of all the fun you had the past four days. Everything you don’t understand is that your mind and body are going to go undergo a period of extreme recovery.

The come down and side effects of a lengthy festival weekend are unavoidable, but there are strategies to help your mind and body get back to normal without causing permanent damage to your mental and physical wellbeing. 

Re-balancing Your Brain Chemicals

The afternoon after the festival concludes, there’s a chance that your brain appears to get forgotten how to produce serotonin by itself. It takes a few days for the head to start producing serotonin at its regular levels. During these few days, life can be gloomy and hard to manage.

But with new scientific findings, it is possible to hasten the procedure by which the mind returns to normal serotonin generation. There are certain foods and nutritional supplements you can eat and actions you can take part in right after the festival for your serotonin to come back to regular and protect yourself from being permanently damaged. 

Know your mind chemicalsSupplements

There are a couple organic nutritional supplements which you are able to take which were demonstrated to have an effect on dopamine production. These are all natural and can be seen at most health food stores. Listed below are five that you can try:

5-HTPSaffronFolateL-TryptophanVitamins B6 & B12

Most of them are compounds produced naturally within our bodies already, so when you eat an additional number of them, they’ve been demonstrated to have a larger effect on serotonin production. 

Foods to Eat

There have been lots of research which have played around with the concept that in the event that you eat particular foods which are high in tryptophan afterward it’s possible to increase the dopamine production within your brain and remove depression. However, scientists have found that the tryptophan has trouble traveling to the mind after being digested, making it useless to serotonin generation.

New studies have found that in the event that you set these high-tryptophan foods using high-carbohydrate foods that spike your glucose levels, then you are able to move a increased sum of the tryptophan to the mind, which allows for a larger effect in the production of dopamine.

Foods that are high in tryptophan:

Poultry,turkey,salmon,nut butter,legumes,green peas

Foods that are high in carbohydrates: 

Pasta, sweet potatoes, popcorn, bread, apples, celery, pineapple

When you mix these foods, you have a greater chance of directly impacting your brain’s generation of dopamine. A good illustration of a serotonin-boosting meal is Chicken Fettuccine Pasta with a side of Green Peas. Try to incorporate a few of these foods into your diet the week after your return by a music festival. 


There is one significant key to preventing brain compounds that’s seldom talked about but has a very substantial effect: the quantity of sunlight you receive during the day.

Sunlight is a key proponent in the production of chemical compounds in the brain which deal with happiness. There is a strong correlation between regions with higher suicide rates and regions that receive lower quantities of sunlight (for example, Alaska or Northern Canada).

If you return home in a lengthy festival weekend, then you still don’t should cower in the comfort of the darkened room, but get outdoors instead. At least two weeks should be spent outdoors during these recovery times – and you don’t even have to be doing something; simply sitting or standing at sunlight will burst. 

Walking in sunlight for 20-30 minutes has been shown to assist enhance your brain compounds.  Rehydrating Your Body

Your body consists of approximately 70% water. Water is the medium where essential minerals and vitamins traveling around your body to the elements that require them.

After three to four days of continuous dancing, your body will eliminate a fantastic proportion of its retained water. Even when you’re drinking water during the festival, odds are it’therefore insufficient. Being dehydrated for long lengths of time may cause permanent damage to your kidneys. If your body does not have the fluids it requires, it ’t be in a position to flush out bodily waste and toxins that are stored in such critical organs. Should you don’t re-hydrate yourself completely within a few days of this festival, then you will start to feel pain in your kidneys and urine discoloration. 

Drinkdrink, and drink some more. You may never have enough water following a festival, or throughout!

This may be avoided by drinking loads of water throughout and following the festival, more than you feel you need. You can never tell how dried your system is, until it is too late. So remember: waterwaterwater, and much more water. If you don’t, that day festival hangover will become a life of permanent damage. 

Muscle Soreness and Inflammation

Throughout a music festival weekend, then you take part in a great deal of physical activity. Walking from stage to stage, shuffling to some house, or even headbanging to dubstep are activities that place a great deal of strain in your muscles. A four-day music festival is somewhat like a four-day aerobic exercise session. You proceed for the majority of the day and get little to no break.

The day after you return from a long festival weekend, then you’re likely to experience muscle pain and soreness. That is because the muscle fibers are having little tears, which induces soreness and inflammation in the surrounding area. This isn’t a bad thing, it only means that the body needs to fix itself and become stronger.

This fixing procedure sometimes takes a week or longer, but there are ways which it is possible to accelerate this process in order to contact your regular daily routine without that nagging pain. 


1 method to relieve this post-festival soreness would be to stretch. Stretching after having a music festival can loosen up some tight muscle areas and help relieve the pain generated from continuous exercise throughout the long festival weekend. Stretching will assist in eliminating tension in the human body, enabling your body to come back to its regular state. 

Stretching with a spouse provides motivation, support, and is way more fun!Massaging

Massaging the sore muscles is another excellent way to alleviate inflammation and soreness. Using a foam roller over the sore muscle areas spreads out the muscular cells and compels the inflammation spots to disperse.

1 significant problem area folks are constantly complaining about following a festival is their feet. This makes sense because you will walk a few miles during the weekend, and dancing much more miles when you walk (if dancing has been measured in kilometers ). This continuous activity puts a good deal of strain in your foot muscles and bones.

1 great way to relieve the soreness out of this anxiety is to buy a roller especially created for your feet, or even get a foot washing machine. Along with remainder, massaging your feet allow you to come back to your regular life following a festival with no damaging to stand up or walk. 


Rest is the perfect way to recover your muscles following a music festival. Just like exercising or running, your body needs time to recover. Should you don’t recover correctly, you can cause permanent or long-lasting damage to your entire body.

If you return home from a festival, then you need to take part in as small physical activity as you can. The couch is the friend in these occasions. Even when you’re standing, your foot muscles are put under strain and unable to recover as fast as possible. 

To kill two recovery birds with one stone, go outside and lay down. Soak up the sunlight while resting your muscles

Yes, you will need to walk and stand throughout daily, however, the less you can, the quicker your muscles will recover. Couch time, sleepsitting down outside are the three actions which are the best for muscle recovery following a holiday season. 

Repairing Your Liver

Folks believe that if they are young, they can party all they want and it will have little to no effect on their health. The youthful mind set is that you may do anything you want now, because you will gradually settle down, and permit your body to fix itself out of the adolescent years.

What most men and women don’t understand is these actions may have a permanent effect on your liver.

Certain behaviors may cause damage to your liver , which makes some sections of your liver unable to be mended. Furthermore, you will have a higher chance of growing liver disorder, or experiencing liver failure.

But there are strategies to assist your liver recover following one of these four-day festival evenings. 

Drink a great deal of water. 

Since you need to be drinking a great deal of water to rehydrate your body anyways, this shouldn’t be a issue. Water helps flush out the toxins which affect the liver and allows your body to begin the reparation procedure. 

Eat leafy green vegetables. 

Adding leafy green vegetables to your diet (for example, kale, spinach, or lettuce) provides several key minerals and nutrients to your liver to assist in regeneration. 

Don’t drink alcohol. 

Put off the alcohol for a few of weeks after you return. This will give your liver a rest from any injury it moved through during your mad noodle festival weekend. 

Don’t drink soda. 

Lay off the carbonated sodas for a few weeks when you have a tradition of drinking them frequently. Your liver does not process the sugar and additives that are contained in soda that will lead to slower regeneration. 

Take milk thistle. 

Milk thistle contains the active ingredient sylmarin, that has been demonstrated to serve as an anti-inflammatory and an antioxidant. When taken daily, it is possible milk thistle may enhance the health of your liver.

At, we don’t mean to dissuade you from having fun in a holiday season. Just be prepared to take the actions to correctly recuperate your entire body. If you abide by this actionable advice, you run less chance of acquiring liver disease or experiencing fatal liver failure. 

Catching Up on Sleep

If you’ve ever been to a music festival, then you’d understand that you simply get a few hours of sleep each night. You stay up till 5:00 AM and wake up at 10:00 AM. You can lose up to 12 hours of sleep over the whole weekend.

Sleep is the body’s most powerful recovery method. During sleep, your body slows down its own waking procedures (breathing/brain action ) and focuses on rebuilding your tissues to the following moment. When you don’t have enough sleep, your body isn’t able to fully recuperate for the following day’therefore actions. After a very long weekend, your entire body is craving this recovery period, and if you don’t give it to your entire body, it won’t work at its highest levels. 

Make Certain to turn off all of the lights when You’re preparing to head to sleep, making sure you get the deepest sleep possible

If you return home in the festival, then you need to grab on just as much sleep as possible. Sleeping about the car trip home, sleeping on the airplane, catch it where you may.

You need to be in bed early enough to at which you receive at least nine to ten hours of sleep the upcoming few days once you return. This will allow your body to return to its usual sleep patterns and will help out in recovering the damaged cells.

If you would like to return to regular bodily/brain works, you need to catch up in your sleep once you return and allow your body to maximize its recovery attempts. 


1 thing is key. Don’t assume your body is in too good of shape to sense that the after-effects of a lengthy festival weekend. You may be the most powerful person on the planet, but a 4-day festival will nonetheless take a toll on your body.

To avoid irreversible damage to your body, follow the actionable advice I have provided in this report. These are all very easy ways you may help your body recuperate from all of the stress you have put it throughout the festival weekend.

The idea of a music festival is to promote enjoyment, health, and a link to your environment. If you follow the steps mentioned in the following guide, you will be able to experience this joy and wellness for the duration of your time on earth.

If you would like to find out more about keeping your body in the best shape for the upcoming festival season, visit, where you are able to locate nutrition and training articles linked to EDM, as well as workout playlists and blends that will assist you achieve your objectives. 

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