Reasons to Love Fly Free Fest

The rain, mud and noise complaints couldn’t damper the beautiful spirit of Fly Free Fest.

Last year’s main live painting was like a welcome home sign.

Fly Free’s diverse lineup was the soundtrack to the family friendly, funky, fun weekend.

The festival was surrounded by artists creating.

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As well as mesmerizing flow arts.

The camping was spacious, clean and beautiful.

Camping @ Fly Free Fest. Lafayette, GA #nofilter needed.

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We sported the cutest wristbands of the season.

There was lots of #StopDropYoga.

The lovely staff and volunteers kept everything running smoothly.

Rockin the T-shirt tent at #fff2014 #flyfreevolunteers @jtstubbs420

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With the rain, came the opportunity to play in the mud…

The next generation of festies! Love it! #fff #fff2014

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and to see a few rainbows.

When the police shut down the music on stage the party continued in the Art Tent.

Of course, things got weird with your festy besties.

See you next year!

#fff #flyfree #flyfreefest

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