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The third annual Tmrw.Tday Culture Festival was a success. It took place along Jamaica’s infamous seven-mile beach and was the perfect location for this type of event. Hundreds of people showed up to take part in this hybrid music festival/retreat that was a 100% unique life experience. Starting on April 30th through May 5th were six amazing days full of workshops, classes, and events from dawn until. The musical festivities took place in the evening and at times lasted until sunrise. Wellness, beach parties, concerts, tribe talks, workshops, plant medicine and cannabis culture, fitness and sports, farm to table and eco-tours were a couple of the engaging daily activities to partake at Tmrw.Tday.
The days were full of activities at the Irie Soul Studio at Woodstock and the Skylark Studio. Both were perfect locations to host relaxing and transformative classes on the beach.
A wide variety of yoga practices for all levels and styles including Hatha, Yin, Acro, SUP, and TT yoga were taught. Classes began at sunrise and lasted until sunset. Along with yoga classes, there were many beach and water sports available to partake in.
Tribe talks brought forth inspirational words of wisdom from futurists, conscious thought leaders, and spoken word artists. We learned so much about so many topics from eating well to business to enjoying life and so much more. The speakers were powerful and left a lasting impression on the audience.
We were able to enjoy deep relaxation with breath work and crystal bowl sound healing sessions. These took place throughout the day and were the perfect way to unwind with the sound of the ocean waves in the background. We were also moving and grooving to some soul-shaking ecstatic dance and movement classes.
While attendees took place in all of the engaging activities, there was also acupuncture, CBD tea, vitamin patches, CBD massages, and other natural therapies to take advantage of. You could learn the ways of the Rastafari with jungle hikes to freshwater springs and 4:20 farm to cook meals. There were introductions to sacred plant medicines of the rainforests that naturally expand your consciousness and awareness within a ceremonial setting. All of these offerings were great opportunities to try new things in a safe and structured environment.
When the sun went down, the musical festivities came to life. It was a unique experience; each night took place at a different venue, including some secret locations along the seven-mile beach. This got everyone out and about exploring the west side of Jamaica, which has so much to see and do. The main music venues were Irie Soul Beach at Woodstock, Push Cart at the Rockhouse Hotel, Miss Lily’s at Skylark Hotel, and The Caves Hotel. All venues had a perfect beachy atmosphere and environment.
The music was divided into two genres; island vibes and vibes tribe. Each brought a unique sound to the island at night. Island vibes brought us a mix of reggae, dub, soul, and conscious hip hop music by artists such as Protoje & The Indiggnation, Teflon Zinc Fence, Max Glazer, Naomi Cowan, Jesse Royal, and more. Vibe tribe sounds included deep and vocal house vibes from international DJ’s Dubfire, Audiofly, Sabo, Lauren Lane, and many other talents.
If you are looking for an unrivaled and unique festival/retreat experience, then Thrw.Tday is where you need to be. Everyone had plenty of opportunities to learn something new about themselves at the many transformational and interactive workshops. We are looking forward to seeing what next year has in store! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gsd3k2ncJ9g