Lightning in a Bottle promises improvements in 2015
Though it is not one of the more mainstream festivals like Ultra or Coachella, Lightning in a Bottle attendees will tell others that the free-spirit gathering in the deserts of Southern California is one of the most magical festivals out there. The Memorial Day festival brings together the eclectic talents of Moby, Gramatik, Claude Von Stroke, and many more to define the musical aspect of the festival that also has art and spiritual counterparts. The festival’s owners listened to past attendees after their experiences to see the good, the bad, and the possible improvements that could be made to Lightning in a Bottle.
First, event holders and their design team are working on changing the layout of the festival as well as entries and exits to create more efficient transverse between stages and less lines when getting in or out of the festival. Second, with their mantra of free water, LIB will be working on improving the water stations to provide better pressure and quality so lines will be shorter and more stations will be available. Being in the desert, the sun scorches the festival grounds so LIB hopes to create more shaded areas for festival goers to cool off. Finally, event holders hope to work on reducing another evil of the desert, dust. LIB’s improvements demonstrate to the past and future attendees that they listen to the people and try to create the best experience possible.