What is Flux Festivals?
We are a passionate community that throws music and arts gatherings in the beautiful woodlands of the Southern United States. We believe in a open minded, diverse experience where all are welcome to express themselves under the incredible flow of down to earth culture. Our events contain a wide variety of entertainment, including musical acts from all over the world, live artists of many techniques, fire dancers under the stars, delicious and organic home cooked vending, inspiring workshops, surreal light structures, and so much more. Everything we do is a strict, leave no trace gathering. We love our people just as much as we love our earth. Grab a tent, your friends, whatever you need to be comfortable, and come join the Flux Family. We know you're going to love it.
Leave No Trace
We think the earth is a beautiful place, and we would like to keep it that way. 100% of our events practice a Leave No Trace system.
Home Made Food
Our events contain wide varities of vegan, organic, and other delicious vendors to help feed your soul. (We also have waffles!)
From underground gems, to well known stars, we have everything from Rock to Psytrance. There is bound to be something you love.
Painters, sketchers, and more craft live, giving us a interesting glance into the endless realms of their fantastic imaginations.
One Phenomenal Culture
Flux, to us, is a beautiful culture containing a intricate, nearly indescribable mixture of magic. Experience it to believe it.
An open mind is a healthy mind. Visitors at Flux will find them selves surrounded by an array of ideas, people, and expressions.
Pet and Family Friendly
Anyone can have a great time while keeping their family or pets safe. We welcome all ages and most animals.
Come jump into the Flux.
Discover the Next Flux
2018 is going to be full of surprises. We have acts from all over the United States planned to make an appearance, along with a wonderful collection of live artists, delicious vendors, cultural crafts, interesting workshops, and much more. This year is going to be bigger than ever, and we can't wait to show you what we have been working on.
Take a look at the events below to learn more. As the year progresses, we will be updating them with more information, such as lineups. Check out the events and join the Facebook page! It's time to see what Flux is all about.
We have quite the history. Below, you can hop into our time machine and discover previous gatherings. We threw our first festival in a friend's backyard in late 2013. The next year, we threw several more in all sorts of places, including a skate park, a dance studio, and our beloved Cadron Creek that we use to this very day. We began documenting our adventures at Gaia Flux in 2015, and now we collect memories at every show. Take a look and enjoy, Flux Family.
Explore our Past Events
Gaia Flux was a gigantic accomplishment for the Flux Family. Just one month after Cosmic Flux, we brought in another 500+ people into our festival. Featuring Ivi Mo's artwork from Norway, oldschool local classics that represented our roots, and two diverse stages in the woods, it was an unforgettable experience. As we spent the weekend enjoying the wonderful, natural beauty of our planet, we took the time to reflect on what we have been through. Flux has come very far these past three years, and it is thanks to you, and you, and especially you.
We love this community just as much as we love the planet.
(Photography by Rick Dipley, Jamie Seed, and Daniel Haney)
Step inside, but please, leave your fears, worries, and troubles at the door. This is a place for expression; a world focused on inspiration, discovery, and open-minded thought. It's time to be in the flow of the now. This is Flux.
It is impossible to not remember how bright and full the moon was, illuminating the smiling faces of dancing people scattered across the gorgeous Cadron land.
Fears and regrets weren't the only thing being dropped at our gathering. Skittle Party, an underground psytrap group with a taste for ear-candy tunes, let the bass shake the earth next to the creek.
That's right, we had a stage next to the wonderful waters of our land. With vibrant lights pointed in every direction, the trees seemed to create a portal to another dimension.
At every turn, something interesting was revealing itself to the world. In the art tent, we had more artists than ever before, crafting the visions they witnessed unfold around them.
There are certain talents and skills that people have, hidden from the world. We noticed many of them coming out of their hiding places, gifting us with incredible art.
Ivo Mo, an incredible painter from Norway, donated his work for all to enjoy at Gaia Flux. This is one of the paintings, sold later to a lucky guest.
Flux offered a warm welcome for everybody with an open heart. We saw many interesting people join our diverse community for the first time.
We couldn't have asked for better weather at Gaia Flux. Every star in the sky seemed to beam down to earth and explore our gathering.
Mikey Seven and his incredibly talented team of fire dancers, poi spinners, jugglers, and more once again widened eyes and dropped jaws with their phenomenal balance.
The fire circle really grew this time, representing many years of dedicated practice. These elemental experts control flames to paint the night with beautiful strokes of red, yellow, and white.
Our Yoga workshop was the biggest it has ever been, attracting over 20 people for a relaxing, meditative adventure.
We are always proud to have such a wide array of workshops for the mind. You can learn all sorts of things at Flux!
You could go anywhere you wanted at Flux. The land was free to explore, an epic adventure just waiting to happen. There were many doors of opportunity to choose from.
With over 20 musicians, 10 workshops, tons of artists, delicious food, hand-made crafts, two stages, and so much more, there was quite a lot to see and do.
Jackson Diner and Zora McBride accompanied the slow setting of the sun with surreal, atmospheric soundscapes. Their progressive audio worlds were something out of another dimension.
People brought their own instruments as well, singing and jamming around the campfire while waiting for bands and other acts to take them on an adventure.
As the world of Flux molded and transformed throughout the weekend, a certain, special energy filled the festival with a unique sort of indescribable love.
As the gates came to a close, people left with a heavy emotion in their hearts, a sort of wisdom that can only be obtained through exploration.
It's a learning experience like no other, a chance to grow, create, and discover more about the world inside you and around you. We can't wait to have everyone back to do it again. (Quotes by Daniel Haney)