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June 27, 2018

Photo Tour: Music Fans Interact with Brands at Governors Ball 2018

Ahhhh, Governors Ball… where half the audience is under 25 and naps on the ground in between (or even during) festival acts. How did brands engage mostly millennial and Gen Z attendees this year? EM checked out the Randall’s Island, NY-based festival June 1-3 and noticed a whole lot of photo opportunities, charging stations, giveaways...

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June 21, 2018

The Dream Machine Experience: Inside an Instagram Museum

The Dream Machine is an interactive Instagram museum experience designed to “offer an escape from your boring, adult life,” according to co-founder and creative director Paige Solomon (Sign us up!). EM recently took a spin through its nine dream-inducing rooms, from a cloud-filled space to a surreal laundromat to a psychedelic forest. Currently based in...

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June 20, 2018

Anatomy of a Bodega: Altos Tequila Events Celebrate the Spirit of La Familia

As part of a six-city event series, Altos Tequila’s J. Hernandez and Sons Bodega pop-up made a stop in Greenpoint, N.Y., June 11 and 12. To celebrate the brand’s Mexican heritage and culture, it recreated a bodega from scratch, complete with all the details you’d expect: old-school coffee pots, slushies and even a cat. The...

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June 12, 2018

Governors Ball: Why Honda Invests in Music Festivals

It’s official: summer festival season has begun. Brands looking to court younger consumers are coming out in droves, all vying to engage with an increasingly inundated demographic. One of the younger-skewing fests is Governors Ball, which claims that 42 percent of its 155,000-plus attendees in 2017 were younger than 25 years old. EM was there...

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June 7, 2018

Experiences Over Advertising: Arizona Beverages Discusses its 25th Anniversary Pop-up

To celebrate its 25th anniversary and reward customers for their brand loyalty through the years, Arizona Iced Tea created a Great Buy 99 pop-up retail shop in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan where Arizona-themed streetwear and accessories were on hand for purchase and consumers could peruse a green tea-inspired garden. Part 99-cent store—in reference to...

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