Paradiso pulled one of the finest lineups of the summer, basically screaming our names to come, so we did. With artists like Seven Lions, Marshmello, Getter, Kayzo, Flux Pavilion, Anna Lunoe and Zeds Dead just to name a few, how could we not. We were in awe the whole weekend. Walking up to the Gorge for the first time blew us away.
Enjoy our Paradiso 2017 review through amazing photos and videos.
As you stand at the edge of the Gorge you become at a loss for words and get washed over with a beautiful feeling of humility. The vast nature of the world comes rushing into perspective and a deep appreciation for life pumps through your veins.
The appreciation for life you gain thanks to the presence of the Gorge is just one reason people leave Paradiso a better person.
Another reason you leave Paradiso better than you came is portrayed through a message from the Founders of Paradiso 2017:
A rite of passage marks an important transitional period in a person’s life from one era to another. This transition allows us all to grow through our personal journeys – but not all passages have to be encountered alone.
Tonight we united as a family and came Home at the breathtaking Gorge Amphitheatre to move and grow together through an incredible experience. Paradiso 2017 has already shown us why rites of passage are important, and why they are a necessary element of life’s grand adventure.
Now enjoy our Paradiso 2017 review with these amazing photos captured by the Paradiso team and Turk Photos.
We embraced the fusion of modern technology and nature’s purity in a land where “Digital Meets Nature”.
To close out our Paradiso 2017 review enjoy a quick clip of Marshmello running the decks as he spins a heartfelt ‘Alone’, one of the many highlights of the weekend.
The weekend was full of unforgettable memories, awe-inspiring adventures, the most innovative visual and audio production and mind-bending music that fully stimulated all our senses. We look forward to returning to the United State of Consciousness.