Three years since DoubleBlind’s inception, we are overjoyed to be offering the first event for us to gather in person.
Mycologia is an intimate music and art festival designed for us to commune under the desert sky, bond with fellow psychonauts, dance, play, swim (yes, there will be live music and DJs by a pool surrounded by desert!), sit around the fire star gazing, engage in meaningful dialogue about what’s happening in the world of psychedelics and, simply, exist—together.
Mycologia will be an intimate gathering—intentionally. We’re only offering 250 tickets so that during our time together we can build a sense of community among the attendees. Tickets will include three nourishing meals a day, world-class musicians (for real!) from funk and acoustic to electronic and even a jazz trio, a dome with mindfulness and musical programming curated by our favorite medicine musicians from around the globe, and, yes, some wildly unexpected psychedelic performances, too. We know it will be the weekend of a lifetime—and we can’t wait to see you there.
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Nestled at the foot of the Los Padres National Forest, and situated on 900 private acres, Crazy Diamond campground was established to help people reconnect with themselves, each other, and nature. It features a large stage (where we’ll host bands and DJs), a pool, a prohibition-era themed saloon where we’ll have programming late into the night, a dome with a fire in the center where we’ll have all our mindfulness programming and tea lounge, a piano and wrap-around bar, a full kitchen with grill, a coffee bar, a large communal bonfire pit, walking trails, and stunning views of the mountains all around. For all campers, tickets to Mycologia include three meals a day, private bathrooms with flushing toilets, and private hot showers with organic soaps. There are also thirty bell tents available, each with hotel-quality mattresses, bedding, solar lanterns, and other furnishings. Mycologia attendees can book these for an additional fee and they are first come, first serve.
Note: The on-site bell tents are very limited and we anticipate them selling out quickly
Each ticket includes camping on the 30-acre private campground at Crazy Diamond. Tent sites are walk-in. The campsite is equipped with multiple showers and bathrooms that have hot and cold running water, organic bath products, and are cleaned multiple times throughout the weekend.
Don’t like to camp and prefer to stay in a hotel? The Cuyama Buckhorn is just a 15 minute drive away and is offering Mycologia attendees 10% off their stay. Just mention that you’re attending DoubleBlind’s festival when you call to make your reservation.
Included with admission, all attendees will receive three nourishing meals a day, with as many ingredients as possible sourced from local farmers, including vegan as well as gluten-free options. Attendees should not need to bring any food for themselves, unless they want to.
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Each ticket includes a continental breakfast, brunch, an afternoon snack, and dinner as well as coffee, tea, an espresso bar service from 9 am-12 pm, and reverse osmosis drinking water.
Food will be served at large communal tables, surrounding the bonfire and accompanied by live music and performances. Alcohol will be served with dinner each night (included in ticket price), and the event will be BYOB otherwise.
It’s about one hour north of Ojai, California in the magical Cuyama Valley. We recommend, if you can, that you stay for a few days before or after the festival to checkout the surrounding area, which includes salt flats, hills of wildflowers, a wildlife refuge, and more. It’s about 120 miles from Los Angeles International Airport, or LAX, which is the closest major airport.
Check in is at 2 p.m. on Friday, June 24. Programming and dinner will begin that evening at sundown. Check out is at noon on Sunday, June 26 after brunch.
Yes, you may, but we highly encourage you to arrive on Friday evening and stay until Sunday for the full experience.
Yes! The nearest hotel is the Cuyama Buckhorn which is offering 10% off to Mycologia Attendees. Just let them know you are coming for the DoubleBlind Festival when you book.
We care about your safety and will take stringent measures to ensure the health and safety of our community. The campsite is open-air. We will also be asking all attendees to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test, taken 72 hours prior to arrival.
While there is plenty of parking available on site, we do encourage attendees to carpool if possible.
Premium parking passes are available for $40. Purchasing one of these ensures you’ll get a spot closest to where the camping is on-site. There is no car-camping.
There is also limited parking available for people who do not purchase a premium parking pass.
They are! But the campground doesn’t have water/power hook-ups, so you’ll need to be prepared to dry camp with full water tanks and generators. All RVs must purchase a premium parking pass.
We love dogs at DoubleBlind (seriously!), but, unfortunately, for safety and liability reasons, cannot have them at this event. Our goal is to have events at venues in the future where this will be possible!
Sadly, not this time! The event is 21+ because there will be alcohol on the premises and our small team won’t have the capacity to check IDs the whole weekend. We hope to have family friendly events in the future.
The high desert temperature range is vast. The days can be warm and the winter nights can be chilly so check the weather before your stay and plan accordingly. You’ll need to bring a swimsuit (if you want to swim!) and layers for the evening.
No—and we love it that way! We’d like to encourage our community to spend the weekend unplugged, if they feel called and are able.
Cell phone reception is limited in some areas of the camp, however, it is possible to make a call on most networks.
Tickets are non-refundable. We only intend to cancel or postpone the event if there is a stay at-home order in Santa Barbara County, where the campsite is located. If this happens, we will refund you.