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Photos by Nick Howland

Festivals can be a chaotic flurry of activity, but Maha Music Festival, now in its 10th year, proves time after time that festivals can be chill. We came home after 2 days of music and sunshine actually feeling recharged and here’s how we did it.

Indulging In Delicious Food + Drink

Maha included a vendor list in their schedules and on their website, generously marking gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan options. I opted for a delicious chicken fried rice from Hibachi4Hire and washed it down with a Black Cherry White Claw…or two 😉

Lounging With a Good Book

Perched up on a hill in perfect view of both stages, I enjoyed reading Questlove’s Creative Quest from the comfort of an inflatable air lounger between sets.

Unwinding At Laka Lono Rum Club

We got whisked away to this pop up tiki paradise and shared Hurricanes and Mai Tais with new friends.

Taking In The Sights From a Birds-Eye View

No festival is truly complete without a Ferris Wheel, and I’m a sucker for the romance of carnival lights at night.

Letting Good Music Wash Over Us

Fans gathered from far and wide to sing and dance with artists like Weezer, Hop Along, Father John Misty, and my personal favorite – TV On The Radio.

Learn more about Maha Music Festival, rate your experience, and bookmark the event to attend next year – all on Guestlist.