Little Hippie Life
Here’s a super special Grateful Dead Covers Project video for you! Our very good friend and long time co-worker Laurie Kammer created this arrangement of Bird Song & Brokedown Palace. She wanted someone to harmonize with, so she learned how to split a screen in iMovie and harmonize with herself. So cool! Laurie fell out […]Continue reading
Get excited to watch a big screen presentation from Fathom Events and Rhino Entertainment who are bringing the Grateful Dead back to the big screen for the fifth annual Meet-Up at the Movies on Monday, May 4th at 7:00 p.m. (local time). This year’s can’t-miss Meet-Up features the previously unreleased last-ever Grateful Dead show at […]Continue reading
With the Fare Thee Well shows come and gone, I'm left reminiscing about how I got here in the first place.Continue reading
In the summer of 2001, when I was wide eyed and ready to see the world, I set out on a mission to photograph music festival culture.The previous fall I had been in Los Angeles working for a photographer where I met the people who would soon introduce me to the jamband world. That winter back at home in New York City, I went to shows at the Wetlands (RIP) every weekend, meeting lots of people and learning everything I could about festivals.
Have you been lucky enough to experience SoFarSounds in a city near you? These musical experiences are popping up all over the world, in 316 cities! Our creative founder and advocate of all things music or art related, Taylor Swope, has been fortunate enough to host a few of these intimate gigs in the Little […]Continue reading
Being in prime form is optimal for maximizing your festival experience. The reality of festival survival is quite different from the typical attendee's daily routine. The conditions can be much more rustic and challenging and it takes some skill and preparedness to make the best of the experience. We are here to help you not only survive, but thoroughly enjoy your summer escapades. In a world now waking up to the concept of "glamping", Little Hippie thinks we can clock in somewhere in the middle: thriving.Continue reading