(Kansas City, MO) – Dancefestopia was a fantastic 3-day music festival held at the spacious and beautiful La Benite Park in Kansas City. Bringing in people from all walks of life, Dancefestopia had something for everyone. Whether you wanted to relax on the hill with your squad, take a walk by the river, or break the rail, there’s no doubt that Dancefestopia was one of the most chill festivals around.
The killer lineup was a perfect way to end the festival season and included headliners Zeds Dead, Dillon Francis, Bassnectar, and Tiesto. The party was raging on all weekend with lasers, CO2, and fireworks blasting off on the main stage throughout the performances. The $1.5-million L’Acoustics sound rig flown in from France (seriously) was no joke, it was insanely LOUD, even with sound restrictions.
Having minimal security, the festival seemed as if it was its own kind of utopia. Forest camping gave off a vibe like no other – with hammocks hung on every tree and decorations all around – it definitely took camping to the next level.
The layout of the festival was very organized and intimate. Extra space around the stage made it easy to run out of the crowd, grab some delicious food or awesome fan merchandise at one of the many vendors, and easily get back to your spot with no hassle.
The festival also offered a once in a lifetime experience, giving helicopter rides for only $20. Nothing more beautiful than seeing the entire festival from a birds-eye view! This unexpected opportunity was a huge highlight for many attendees. Thank you Dancefestopia and Borda Productions for an unforgettable weekend!
If you missed out on Dancefestopia this year, that’s okay, but trust me, you won’t want to make the same mistake next year!! Stay updated by following @Dancefestopia on Twitter and Instagram or catching the latest news on their website: http://dancefestopia.com/
Check out the entire Red Roll Dancefestopia 2017 Photo Gallery below!
Photos by Adam Danks Photography
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