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This past weekend, people headed from all over the country to Northeast PA for BangOn NYC’s Elements Music & Art Festival which featured chill vibes, self care workshops and a slew of artists.

BUST followed the BAE collective’s transcendent LGBTQIA events throughout the weekend. BAE is a female identifying, cis, trans run collective providing a safe place for artists to come together support and thrive.

The Conclusion of BAE's Women in Music and Nightlife panel

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The conclusion of BAE's Bass Yoga

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The BAE in crew in the woods near the Air Stage

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Reem with DJ Matt Sebastian as he opened the Earth Stage on Friday afternoon

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The BAE crew waking up on Saturday morning

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We also checked out some local Boy du Jours like Bembe’s resident wizard/DJ, the JunXion's Myk 2melo and prince of Bushwick  Tiki Disco, DJ Eli Escobar

2melo spinning at the water stage

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DJ Eli Escobar opening up the Fire Stage on Friday afternoon

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There were tons of shenanigans to be had at the festival’s epic builds:

Partiers aboard the Pirate ship docked at the water stage

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And way chill vibes at the meet up for those who needed a little limbering up for their booty roll game:

Drishti Beats with Deep House Yoga at the Earth Stage

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Things can get wild when you set people free in the woods:

Partiers in the woods near the Air Stage

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We wrapped up this long weekend of coconut jazz with these closing events:

BAE's Alley Elle with DJ N2N at sunset

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Bang On! co-founder Tim Mankiewicz spinning with The Golden Pony during the festival's outdoor finale:

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Check out Bang On!NYC   Elements Lakewood Camping Music & Arts Festival in Northeast Pennsylvania next year!

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