Weekend To-Do: 'Pronoia: The Full Spectrum Human' | Rock Candy

Friday, July 30, 2010

Weekend To-Do: 'Pronoia: The Full Spectrum Human'

Posted By on Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 9:53 AM

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PRONOIA: THE FULL SPECTRUM HUMAN
10 a.m., Byrd's Adventure Center, Ozark. $65.

The weekend festivals in Northwest Arkansas show no sign of slowing down, do they? This weekend brings the second year of Pronoia, described by organizers as "litter-free, synergistic, synchronistic weekend of great music focused on community, sustainability, art, spirituality and education." With trails ready to be hiked and, water levels and weather pending, plenty of floating and kayaking available around Mulberry Mountain, it's a ready-made trip for the woodsy. Oh, and the festival is packed with tons of music, too. Gift of Gab, one half of hip-hop greats Blackalicious, headlines alongside jam outfit Spoonfed Tribe and the psych-glitch electronica of Heyoka. Arkansas acts abound as well, with boogie-woogie folkies Damn Bullets, the brass-laced funk jam of 1 Oz. Jig, instrumentalists Echo Canyon and a slew of DJs including Cool Shoes regulars Wolf-E-Wolf and Shawn Lee. Get more information on the three-day festival at www.myspace.com/pronoiafest.

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