Everything AURA 2015
The 6th Annual AURA Music & Arts Festival initial lineup has been announced and the scene is buzzing with excitement. Sensible Reason will once again be joining the AURA squad to give you the up close and personal view of the magic that annually takes place at Suwannee.
Each year, the lineup gets more impressive and the people of AURA get more amped, so I finally decided to join them and see what the fuss is all about. Many quality acts have been added to an already solid returning lineup, including two sets of The Disco Biscuits, moe., and Papadosio. These bands are just the tip of iceberg – what lies beneath the surface is guaranteed to fill the weekend with boogie-worthy beats and good times in the swamp.
From March 6th to 8th, Live Oak, Florida will once again host AURA at The Spirit of Suwanee Music Park, which is beloved by everyone that attends. The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park embodies every aspect and moral our culture promotes. Nature, art, love, music; it’s all here. With over six hundred acres of camping space, one can spend what feels like an eternity mesmerized in the natural beauty this park provides. Then, the sun goes down, the music turns up, and the lasers are fired (We can thank The Disco Biscuits for that). Just writing this preview has me giddy. See you there. And don’t forget to say hello to the emus!
The full Aura 2015 lineup released so far is as follows:
The Disco Biscuits (2 sets)
Moe. (2 sets)
Papadosio (2 nights)
Break Science Live Band
The Heavy Pets
Consider the Source
The Main Squeeze (x2) + Special Tribute to Michael Jackson
The Mike Dillon Band
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong
The Shady Horns + Special Guest At Large
Details on the VIP Experience with two options to take the AURA fan journey to the next level are now available. Perks of the program include a VIP Lounge in the concert area with a private bar, discounted beverages, massages, gift bag, daily meet & greet with select bands and delicious catered meals alongside AURA staff and artists.
Set in the midst of 800 acres of Spanish moss-draped oak and cypress trees along the Suwannee River, the venue is a playground for endless activities such as swimming, canoeing, kayaking, disc golf and biking. The park also offers guest comforts including a general store, full-service restaurant, free showers, indoor bathrooms and water stations.
For ticket pricing and information on the EZPay Payment Plan that allows guests the opportunity to spread their ticket order payment out over a period of 5 months or 5 equal payments visit www.