Travel to U.S. Festivals is Easier Than Ever

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The world is coming out to U.S. festivals in big numbers. Already this year, we’ve sold tickets in 32 states and 10 countries across 6 continents!

map of ticket buyers

We Love to Travel

And it’s no surprise. For us, we find festival-loving folks on our travels around the world. At a backpacker’s hostel in Costa Rica. Among ex-pats in Thailand. Anywhere you go, you’re bound to find a few likeminded friends with an old festival wristband on their arm.

Access to community gatherings and festivals is clearly expanding. Around the world, there are hundreds of events of different shapes, sizes and colors that share the Lucidity vision of connected communities.

Experiencing a festival is a gateway to wanting to learn more about the world and people around you.

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Since year one, we’ve had plenty of visitors to the U.S. joining our global movement. This year, we’re seeing a noticeable increase in international traffic and excitement.

So, we wanted to share some great information on an easy way to travel to the U.S. for folks in countries that qualify for Travel Waivers from the U.S. government.

The ESTA Program

Per our friends at, the ESTA system is a simplified way to handle your travel authorization and is valid for two years of travel to and from the US:

“The electronic system for travel authorisation (ESTA) allows for easy entry to the United States of America for holidays and meetings with a maximum stay of 90 days. Citizens from 38 countries, which are affiliated with the American ESTA system, can benefit from this service – the tedious visa application in the traditional manner via the embassy, is no longer required thanks to the ESTA application.”

Check out this handy infographic to learn more about the program and check out the website for more information.

ESTA Infographic

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