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"Through the trance-dance experience, hopfully people become more sensitive and aware of themselves, their surroundings, the crossroads of humanity,
A gathering of friends and family, Goa Gil brings the twenty-four hour trance-dance experience here for the ninth year. No Equinox would be complete without this gathering of beautiful souls in the forest. Sunset community opening ceremony followed by Ariane's ethno-tribal mix begins the journey and continues through the weekend for a trance–dance experience with legendary DJ GOA GIL!
and the needs of the Planet.
With that awareness comes understanding and compassion, That is the need of the hour and the true Goa Spirit."—Goa Gil
The 9th annual Autumn Equinox gathering for the Northwest with Goa Gil and Ariane is upon us!
Amazing artworks and installations provided by local visionaries. Please feel free to bring art you would like to contribute.
Goa Gil and Ariane ~
Gil has shaped the trance sound for decades. Playing twenty-four hours of continuous music from every far reach of the world, he induces a prolonged trance–dance experience.
The music he plays is intensely psychedelic, and much like a freight train plowing over a tomato, will leave your psyche in a juicy, globby mess!
Gil's wife, Ariane, will bless us with a grounding, tribal set of music before Gil to open the night.
Melding truly tribal rhythms with new ideas and production, her music always takes you to a powerful place.
Tidewater Falls, Oregon
This celebration will be held on beautiful private land 13.5 miles east of Waldport, Oregon on highway 34, approximately three hours from Portland.
The land has a pond, fresh spring water, tons of camping space and room to wander.
Tidewater Falls is in the serene woods of the Pacific Northwest, on some of the most beautiful land the state has to offer.
Acres and acres of lush private forest land, complete with a pond, rolling hills, and misty sunrises that sparkle in front of your eyes.
DIRECTIONS · PRINT-OUT
Some reminders and suggestions:
· Come prepared to pack out garbage and leave no trace.
· NO DOGS or pets are allowed at the event. This includes vehicles and the camping area. There is a $150 fee for any dogs that surreptitiously show up.
· Bring warm clothing, a tent, sleeping bags, and your dancing shoes and be prepared for rain.
· Gates open at 3pm. Come early, set up a cozy spot and relax into nature.
Visit www.goagil.com for past event images and more.
Full Power – 20,000 watt KV² system
Maybe the punchiest and cleanest system we have available in the Northwest. Hosted by Psyren
N.E.S.T. – www.forestdefensenow.org
There will be super healthy food vending on site for all of your nutritional needs provided by N.E.S.T. (Northwest Eco–system Survey Team).
Profits of which go to many good causes surrounding the Northwest.
$25 Presale, $35 at the Gate
Presales: Available at PayPal, send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets also available in Portland, OR at:
Chance of Rain Cafe · 1522 SE 32nd Ave.
Portland, OR 97214 · Phone: 503.235.8022
$20: There are also limited amounts of new T-shirts available for purchase before the event.
REDEFINING THE ANCIENT TRIBAL RITUAL FOR THE 21ST CENTURY.
For updates closer to the event, please check back! Or, feel free to join nw-psy.com and become part of the conversation.
The Portland Psy Freaks can't wait to see your lovely shining faces on the dancefloor again this year.
- I-5 South from Portland to exit
228 (Lebanon/Corvallis-highway 34)
- Go west on Highway 34 towards
- Follow signs to Ocean Beaches.
Stay on 34, passing through the town of Philomath.
- Just outside of Philomath, highway
34 splits into 34 and 20. Follow 34 to the left towards Waldport.
- Reset your odometer at Philomath.
The site is just under 46 miles west of Philomath.
- Stay on 34 through the town of
Alsea (very small). The site is 27 miles from Alsea.
- Between mile markers 13 and 14,
look to your left for the sign for Tidewater Rd.
- The road is actually on your right.
It is also called Forest Service 52.
- Proceed up Tidewater Rd for one
mile and take the first gravel road
- There is small sign marking number
- Continue on 350 for one mile
See you there!!!
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