Our goal here at All Access fest is to take all of the elements that we love about Burning Man, add in a little Long Island flare, and have a glorious four day East Coast celebration for the masses who can’t make the cross-country trek to Burning Man.
New York, New York (PRWEB) May 09, 2013
The first-annual All Access Music and Arts Festival is set to invade Long Island’s Jones Beach this Labor Day Weekend. Billed as an East Coast Burning Man type festival, the All Access Music and Arts Festival will feature three giant tents with more than 125 of the top DJ’s and bands along with a massive 350 foot tall scarecrow named Herman which will go up in flames at the conclusion of the three day event.
Like the famous Burning Man festival the All Access festival will allow attendees to camp out for a weekend full of peace love and all things good. And while Rome wasn’t built in a day organizers are hoping the All Access City will be and are encouraging attendees to bring tents, trailers, and RV’s.
What would have been pegged a rave many years ago, The All Access Festival will feature three stages featuring some of the top names in Electric Dance Music (EDM Music), and promises to top any other three day EDM festival.
The All Access Music and Arts Festival will also feature an organic food and wine show featuring some of New York’s top chefs and mixologists serving up their best natural concoctions.
Organizers want to make it clear that the All Access Music and Arts Festival is in no way affiliated with the Burning Man festival. However, organizer Brad Johnson is not shy about some of the borrowed similarities. “Burning Man is Burning Man, you can never copy it or even try to beat it” says Johnson. “Our goal here at All Access fest is to take all of the elements that we love about Burning Man, add in a little Long Island flare, and have a glorious four day East Coast celebration for the masses who can’t make the cross-country trek to Burning Man.”
The All Access Festival is set to invade Jones Beach this Labor Day Weekend from August 30th to September 2nd. Tickets will be available June 15th and cost $150.00.