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Envision Festival Expands To 7 Days For 10th Anniversary

Envision Festival is making a triumphant return in 2020 to celebrate their 10th anniversary. The legendary festival takes place in the adorable, tropical oasis of Uvita, Costa Rica and brings music, yoga, environmental activism & so much more to thousands who trek from across the world to attend. This year will be no normal year, either—it’ll be bigger and better than ever.

In honor of its 10th anniversary, Envision is expanding into a full 7-day experience. Mark your calendars for February 17-24th, 2020 and plan to explore the beautiful Costa Rican jungle for a full week. This year will offer workshops in permaculture, yoga, painting and more. You can also check out new offsite excursions that include surf lessons and waterfall tours.

Envision Festival’s creative director and co-founder, Josh Wendel, explained:

“We are filling a need that there has consistently been demand for, MORE ENVISION.  There is so much happening during the 4 day festival, that most people only attend a few workshops over the whole weekend.  This allows attendees to dive a bit deeper with our world class leaders, have more time for adventures and not have to deal with the challenge of traveling around Costa Rica days before or after.  It’s accomplishing so many things; more education, more yoga, a basecamp for adventure and a way to ease into the biggest and best Envision ever.”

Beyond the incredible musical talent Envision always brings, we’re excited to see their offerings open even wider. This will undoubtedly be quite a unique opportunity to explore both internally & externally in one of the most breathtaking places on Earth.

Full 7-day tickets are priced at $899 for VIP and $589 for GA. General on-sale starts tomorrow, June 13th, at 1pm EST. You can head here to buy.

Grab your tickets before they sell out, and we’ll see you in the jungle! In the meantime, check out our review from last year’s event here.

Torie Richardson
Editor In Chief. San Francisco. Haus, techno and music festivals.
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