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Lightning in a Bottle's Stages and Structures Are as Amazing as the Music


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One of the most unique aspects of the Lightning in a Bottle festival is its architecture. Every year, festival producers the DoLaB and their associates create more and more visually striking spaces — not just for the music stages, but even for taking a cooking class, getting a drink, checking out some of the festival's visual art, or even just lounging in a hammock overlooking the lake. All photography by Shane Lopes.