Friends of Nature Festival 2013 Lineup: Matisyahu, Locos Por Juana, and 25 Others

What do tree huggers, nature lovers, and music junkies have in common?

They are all Friends of Nature, and they're fighting for their right to party and preserve Mother Earth at FON Fest in Miami.

The two-day music and arts festival's gonna be going down November 9 and 10 at Virginia Key Beach Park. It will unite musicians, artists, activists, speakers, and other like-minded eco pals for the sole purpose of raising environmental awareness.

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FON Fest 2013 Lineup

-Aaron Lebos Reality






-DJ Vadim

-Dinosaurs N' Disasters

-Dub Fx

-Dumme Jungs



-Free Like Me

-Jason Vernau


-Kings of Prussia

-Locos Por Juana


-Nortec Collective

-Off Orbit

-Panic Bomber



-Timothy Brownie

-Uma Galera

-Universal Citizens

-Urban Rebel

The FON Fest claims to be the first carbon-neutral event to take place in the 305... That means that everything about the mega beach party will be green, with power sourced from biofueled generators, a farmers' market with environmentally friendly products, and compost, recycling, and water-filling stations.

And if you really wanna reduce your carbon footprint, you can take in the breeze and natural beauty of the palm trees and make Virginia Key Beach Park your campground for the weekend. But if you'd rather spread your love of nature at home, water taxis and shuttles will get you to where you need to go.

Going green may be the motto, but the music will make up a huge chunk of the fest. Just check FON Fest 2013's lineup. And then go hug a tree or something.

Friends of Nature Music Festival. With Matisyahu, Free Like Me, and others. Saturday and Sunday, November 9 and 10. Virginia Key Beach Park, 4020 Virginia Beach Dr., Key Biscayne. The show starts at 11 a.m. and tickets cost $50-$1000 plus fees via fonfest.com/tickets. Call 305-960-4600 or visit fonfest.com.

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