Welp. Life’s getting on a bit. Let’s throw a 3 day festival.
You know, I’ve never really felt in control of my life. Maybe that’s what the ADHD is about?
There’s this indescribable force that is more of a blessing than anything that runs me. But it can be frustrating. It’s like I’m a bit of AI code and the host program isn’t going to let me do anything that’s not within the grand plan. Maybe it’s God? Skeptics would scoff at that.
Maybe it’s the devil? Goth girls would love that, wouldn’t they? Who cares, I’m not in control am I? It’s always made sure I had just enough to get by and not so much that I end myself like a dog who’s been starved all his life presented with of a endless bowl of food.
My remaining parent passed away last year. God bless my dear old Dad. I was left with barely enough to do a thing. But I’m going to do my damned best to make him proud.
It’s a budget event compared to others. I can’t really be bothered fighting with agents. I got a lot of people coming out for the love and I’ll pay everyone more than I can offer when people show up. If it does really well, I’ll have a budget for the next year. But I’d rather make sure everyone involved gets closer to what they deserve. I am also leaving my IT job to be my own boss. So it’s going to be a tight squeeze, but I’m doing what can only be described as a leap of faith.
Just so you all know. I’m doing most of this because a ‘perplexed’ hippie had a go at me at this venue. I liked what he had to say. Perhaps I’m just as crazy as him. Perhaps.
If this does really well, perhaps it can happen next year. My first priority is taking care of the people who love me enough to sacrifice a little to make it happen.
It’s been my intention to pay homage to the people who made everything go in years past. I’d rather see people who have allowed themselves to humbly fade into the background, come out for a special event and take us into a journey of nostalgia in the form of audio bliss. Our memories are more sweet than painful if we remember the right ones.
Our busy adult lives, social media, and other mental barriers prevent us from seeing so many people we care about in person. Events reunite old friends, flames, and even business and networking opportunities as many of us are now established adults. There are rooms to rent. There’s a pool. Nobody really has to leave until it’s all over. It’s really perfect.
Event is dedicated to loved ones passed. Dad, Mom, Smilee, Dan Reptyle, Jason Falkner, Epik, Keith.. sadly as we get older the list goes on. It’s for all of you.
The event will be high altitude. Less of a commute.
This event is actually quite literally a collaboration with Jason Rodregez as he made sure that his friends had enough equipment to power the night club he always wanted to own. That hasn’t happened just yet. But we will rock the house with fifty thousand watts of funky. It’s going to be a lot of fun. Please join us, it’s going to be magic.