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Pop culture recollects the Native American "pow wow" as a time when indigenous Americans from different tribes gather to dance, sing, socialize and preserve their heritage.The latest edition of Forest Frequencies, Lebanon's annual open-air electronic music festival – being staged Aug. 20-23 – appears to be inspired by this representation of First Nations cultural practices. Forest Frequencies grew out of an older outdoor electronic music/alternative lifestyle event called Forestronika, which launched in 2008 .The key element at Forest Frequencies, though, is the music. Each year the festival programs a slew of acts which cater to different genres of electronic music from house, techno and psytrance, DnB, dubstep, electronica, glitch, triphop, downtempo and reggae. This year's annual gathering also marks the debut of the Healing Village. Attendees will have access to the festival's healers, and will be able to enjoy reiki massages and other holistic therapies.
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