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ICYMI | Boom! The Do LaB Goes Big In Portugal

The L.A.-based masters of event production come up with their grandest engineering triumph to date.

Patrick Greenby Patrick Green
Photo: Pawel Wieloch 

If you’ve ever been to a music festival worth its weight in glowsticks you know that The Do LaB is synonymous with inventive innovation. The Los Angeles-based masters of event production are a big presence in the music and lifestyle festival circuit with two of their own in Lightening in a Bottle and the recent Dirtybird Campout (see wrap up video below). This past summer they created their biggest and boldest installation yet — The Boom Dance Temple at Portugal’s Boom Festival this past summer.

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Eclipsing previous stage installations in both magnitude and architectural prowess, the 50,000 square foot Boom Dance Temple was a reflection of Do LaB’s ability to enchant revelers with inspired designs, bold architecture and signature technicolor schemes, while remaining true to their eco-friendly ethos by using only locally-sourced materials.

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Photo: Pierre Eckman

If all this party talk has given you a bad case of FOMO, there are two more like-minded lifestyle festivals coming up to close out 2016. The Ondalinda is a Mayan-themed beach party in Costa Careyes, Mexico and December’s Wonderfruit is a globally conscious, boutique camping excursion set in Thailand.

To stay up to date on what’s next for the Do LaB, be sure to bookmark their website blog and follow the production house on Facebook. Check out their recent Dirtybird Campout recap below.