The Tomorrow World Disaster

I feel like the “Tomorrow World Disaster” is being blown way out of portion. I attended the festival and have a similar story to others, except I’m not complaining about it. It’s called an adventure! Buy some rain boots get some exercise and calm down.

Here is the story of my Tomorrow World Adventure.

After Closing out the Main Stage with my group we walked through the mud and back to our car which was located wayyyyy on the other side of the festival. Our car was nowhere to be found… it apparently had been towed which was fair enough because we parked it SUPER illegally. The bigger problem was that no one could tell us what company towed it. The security was pretty clueless so we decided to deal with it in the morning and find alternative transportation home.

We walked the whole deck of Dreamvill TWICE trying to find where the shuttles where. Finally we found the entrance to the festival. It was 5am at this point and the line for the shuttle bus was out of control.

My husband decided to take matters into his own hands and found a gypsy who could give us a ride back on his bus, but we had to walk out of the festival up the “5 mile hill”  which was more like a mile and a half. It was a bit sketchy but usually the best things are so we followed him.

We finally reached the top of the hill and were greeted by a magically lit up school bus that looked straight out of the TV show we watched as kids. Nothing could prepare us for what was inside.

This gypsy man just said he had a bus, he never mentioned anything about it being totally decked out. We enter the neon lit bus to what felt like another dimension. His band of loyal gypse followers were waiting our arrival  and greeted us with warm “herbal tea”.  The ceiling had an impressive mural of  interstellar space surrounded by changing LED lights and the back had been transformed into a stage with a full band ready to perform.

See their amazing performance on our drive back below!

Remember! It’s not about the destination it’s about the journey


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