Sleeping outdoors adds excitement to a music festival and lets you see your racecar bed sparkle in the moonlight. Steer your snoozes through musician-infested dreams with this GrouponLive deal to the Impulse Music & Arts Festival at the Durhamtown Plantation in Union Point from Friday, June 15, to Sunday, June 17. Choose from the following options:
- For $74, you get one festival pass (a $149 total value).
- For $139, you get two festival passes (a $299 total value).
- For $269, you get four festival passes (a $596 total value).<p>
Each festival pass includes:
- Admission to all three days of the festival with two nights of camping in the B lot (a $119 value each)
- Five beer vouchers (a $6 value each)<p>
Three days. Four stages. Massive art installations. A lineup of some 70 live musicians pouring out infectiously danceable beats. Acres of campgrounds cut under a canopy of trees in dense woods populated with deer, turkey, wild boar, and amateur Sasquatch search parties. The Impulse Music & Arts Festival is all this, but on its opening night when Papadosio’s five-piece electro-rock act takes the stage, it becomes more––a unified spectacle lost in light and mesmerizing music. To further this display, Boombox also performs on Friday, showering the crowd with an electrified blend of spontaneous vintage rock and blues unguided by set lists.
In the Saturday headliner slot, Emancipator levies the clean production and smooth melodies that mold the layers of choir vocals, banjos, and violins that can wander into his sets. The festival heralds its finale with Eoto, whose drummers operate under a philosophy of 100% improvisation. The pair plays live drums, guitars, and keyboards whose notes they customize with software, mixing and remixing loops more hypnotic than Freud’s pocket watch.