Elements Music & Arts Festival proves to be a multi-genre haven for festival-goers

This year felt like a mini Electric Forest, as Elements assuaged attendees through music, activities and environment.



From four stages to the sound camps, Elements Music & Arts Festival 2022 provided a musical haven for fans of all genres. Taking place at Long Pond in Pennsylvania, over 72 hours of art, music and adventure encompassed concertgoers this past weekend.


One of the most repeated comments regarding Elements was that it "felt like a mini Electric Forest" in terms of both atmosphere and level of comfort.



With performances from artists such as The Floozies, Zeds Dead and Sofi Tukker, there were sets aplenty for fans of any genre of music. From stage to stage, there was always a place for fans to find good vibes.


And no matter if attendees wanted to rage, or relax in a hammock, the festival accommodations ensured an enjoyable weekend.



An immersive experience encompassed attendees with a wide variety of activities throughout the day. And at night, the music that united crowds together.


A final closing set by Zeds Dead, accompanied by mother nature's rain, was an epic way of signing off a successful festival.


We'll be dialed in to see what kind of magic Elements Festival pulls together in 2023.


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