Rainbow Serpent Festival 2013 photo gallery
Akasha, Bakke, Christian Smith, Christof Absolum, D-sens, Dayan & John, Deedrah, Ecliptic, Eelke Kleijn, Guy J, Hypnotech, Kalden Bess, Love and Light, Lunar Sound, Mathew Dekay, Neuroplasm, Oliver Koletzki, Peter Van Hoesen, Quanta, Ruls & Navarro, Shift, Stereo Talk, The Commercial Hippies, Transwave, Tripswitch, 8Foot Felix, Chant Down Sound, Combat Wombat, Gang of Brothers, Judge Pino & The Ruling Motions, Kingfisham, Reflejos, Rivertribe, King Charlie’s School of Dub, SPYNDRIFT, Voice of Trees, LISH, Aes Dana, Hardfloor, Tim Healey, Yotopia, FM Radio Gods, Haltya
Rainbow Serpent Festival is one of Australia's premier outdoor alternative lifestyle, music and arts festivals. Promoting a strong ethos of unity, the festival – whose name is derived from the Dreamtime story of the Rainbow Serpent, is about connecting people from all walks of life throughout the world. At Rainbow you'll find people from all communities and demographics, joined together by a shared desire to celebrate life and to learn and experience new things.
Running for four days over Australia Day weekend in January each year, Rainbow attracts over 10,000 people from all over Australia and the world with it's unique blend of music, workshops, activities, performance art, market stalls and mouth-watering food on offer.
Festival goers can expect to see over 100 artists across a multitude of music genres, including progressive trance, electro, house, breaks, dub and ambient. Featuring some of the freshest acts from around the world alongside Australia’s finest talent. A truly magical experience the Rainbow Serpent Festival offers a chance to escape from the pressures in our day to day lives and connect with like minded people in a safe and truly awe inspiring natural environment. Set in a beautiful location under the clear blue summer sky.
The Rainbow Village area combines a range of creative activities, dance, theatre discussion, conscious sound and the latest healing modalities to provide a place for growth and personal wellbeing. In an increasingly fast and demanding world, the Rainbow Village is a place to nurture oneself, communicate ideas, find personal power and increase wellbeing. Offering a variety of multi concurrent holistic activities designed to expand the mind, awaken the spirit and heal the soul. Add to all this amazing décor, roving artistic performances and workshops on a massive range of topics your biggest difficulty over the weekend will be deciding what to do next.