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    Envision Festival Returns Better Than Ever

    It is expected that of the 7,000 people, 85% will be foreigners, which will generate a great economic and tourist impact on the Uvita community

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    The longest-running Festival in Costa Rica, Envision, returns in an upcoming edition that will begin from February 27th to March 6th, 2023 at Uvita de Osa. The activity has more than 50 national and foreign artists invited, the festival promises its 7 thousand attendees a week full of musical talent, yoga and spirituality.

    International artists include Bonoho, Clozee, Dessert Dwellers, Opiuo, The California Honeydrops, Rodrigo Gallardo, Tokimonsta, Rising Appalachia, among others. While the national talent will be present Magpie Jay, Ojo de Buey, Somnambulo, Santos & Zurdo, Bunny Wabbit, Funka, Fernando Melo, María Wabe, Ces Castro, Guadalupe Urbina, among others.

    An awakening of the soul

    “Situated between the jungle and the beach, Envision Festival is an awakening of the soul. Through an emphasized focus on our pillars of movement, spirituality, music, art, health, sustainability and education, it is much more than just a music festival”, this is how the event is described on its website.

    A great economic and tourist impact

    It is expected that of the 7,000 people who will be present at Envision, 85% will be foreigners, so it will generate a great economic and tourist impact on the Uvita community.

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    1 COMMENT

    1. While it does bring money, none of it goes to the locals. This is an enormous disruption to the Actual Community. Traffic, garbage, noise, water and sanitation problems, locals try to avoid that area during the festival. Some can’t; they live there, and can’t stand this

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