Relive Our Journey to The Arizona Desert For FORM Festival 2019
The West Coast has long been home to some of the most popular and innovative music festivals of all time, and now, FORM Festival has officially cemented its status as a game changer within the world of outdoor music festivals. This past weekend, FORM Festival returned to the experimental, Arizona micro-city, Arcosanti, bringing some of the greatest rising and established talent to the eco-friendly enclave, nicknamed the “Urban Laboratory”. In it’s 6th iteration with fewer than 2,500 tickets offered, FORM aims to bring the concept of music festivals back to its humble roots—an intimate community of festival-goers excited to share a collective auditory experience. At FORM, you’re just as likely to see one of your favorite indie artists perform live as you are to stumble upon a panel on ocean conservation, because at its core, FORM is about the convergence of likeminded people and the sharing of innovative thinking.
This year, photographer Andy Boyle made the trek 70 miles north of Phoenix to the experimental festival, capturing some of our favorite artists like Florence Welch, Peggy Gou, Anderson .Paak, and even Fred Armisen in their element on stage. Be sure to check out the shots from his festival diary, and immerse yourself in the boundary-pushing art and ideas that was FORM 2019.
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