Treasure Island Music Festival

Photos by Calindra Revier/ Editor-in-Chief

Thousands of people enjoy the music, art and food at the festival grounds on Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015. (Photo by Calindra Revier/ The Guardsman)
Thousands of people enjoy the music, art and food at the festival grounds on Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015. (Photo by Calindra Revier/ The Guardsman)
Metal sculpture and ceiling art installations above illuminate after nightfall. (Photo by Calindra Revier/The Guardsman)
Metal sculpture and ceiling art installations above illuminate after nightfall. (Photo by Calindra Revier/The Guardsman)
 The “Talk to God” phone booth, an interactive art installation, was created by the Ojai Bureau of Pleasure for Burning Man in 2002. The two-way phone line between the “God Throne” and phone booth connects two strangers in conversation. (Photo by Calindra Revier/The Guardsman)
The “Talk to God” phone booth, an interactive art installation, was created by the Ojai Bureau of Pleasure for Burning Man in 2002. The two-way phone line between the
“God Throne” and phone booth connects two strangers in conversation. (Photo by Calindra Revier/The Guardsman)
Swedish singer-songwriter José González performs on the Bridge Stage. (Photo by Calindra Revier/The Guardsman)
Swedish singer-songwriter José González performs on the Bridge Stage. (Photo by Calindra Revier/The Guardsman)
 Joe Murphy a.k.a Joe Peace, a creator of The Peace Chain, sets up his booth at the festival. Peace has crafted 570 clay pendants and multiple works with words for “Peace” in different languages for more than 24 years. (Photo by Calindra Revier/The Guardsman)
Joe Murphy a.k.a Joe Peace, a creator of The Peace Chain, sets up his booth at the festival.
Peace has crafted 570 clay pendants and multiple works with words for “Peace” in different
languages for more than 24 years. (Photo by Calindra Revier/The Guardsman)

 


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