Day for Night was pretty awesome

Day for Night, what was it? Thinking about it, it was both an amazing and hectic experience. Lights, sound, rain, smog, music, darkness, and crowds of people with their smartphones on camera mode ready at hand, it was everything a millennial like myself would want in a 3-day music festival. Thanks to my friends Javier and Vickie, I was able to attend as an influencer with media access included. Several other local influencers tagged along to record their experiences as part of the agreement. From Austin to Houston, we made our way to the city and into Post HTX , the venue where the event took place, not really knowing what to expect. Prior to the event, I envisioned light installations and some of my favorite musicians like Perfume Genius on stage singing their hearts out, but oh boy was it something else. People from all corners wearing their best outfits, theatrical lighting, and listening to Tyler, The Creator's sexy voice in the freezing rain were some of the few things that stood out. For a few moments as we walked through the crowds of silhouettes with only smoggy rays of colored light in the distance to guide us, I felt like the kids from Stranger Things as they walked through the underground tunnels hiding from the Demodogs. In other words, the space made me loose myself in a good place. But no matter how colorful the pictures are, the collection of visuals that are included in this blog do the event justice. If you ever get the chance just go. Skip the coffee shop before work and accumulate that money for a year, trust me it will be worth it. As a person who loves art, big cities, and good music I recommend it. So here you go, I'm showing you 11 pictures that best describe my time there. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do. 

Waiting on Tyler, The Creator

All the pinks

Showering in light under Light Leaks. Work by Kyle McDonald and Jonas Jongejan

Spaceship feels in Cluster. Work by Playmodes

The Giant Liminal Scope. Work by Katherine Brice & Chris Lunney

Waiting for more music.

Meditating under Ricochet. Work by Matthew Schreiber

We went back to the year 1993

Telestron by VT Pro. Defenitely my favorite.

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