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Light & Liberty
Festival

OUR SPIRIT

The Light & Liberty Festival is a community of people who care deeply about spirituality and the philosophy of individual sovereignty. The festival is a decentralized co-creative effort. There is no hierarchy of authority. All community members are leaders, free to create any experience we choose. The festival is completely free to attend or vend, the only cost is Rogers Campgrounds camping fee or day pass. Check out the ACCOMMODATIONS link for more info. Join our telegram group to plug in to our community.

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FEEL THE VIBE

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Festival Schedule
 

JOIN THE LIGHT & LIBERTY COMMUNITY

Would you like to offer an event, product, service or other offering? Let us know what you would like to offer. There are no vending or service fees! You just need to register so we can add your event, product or service to our schedule.

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ACCOMODATIONS

THERE IS NO TICKET FEE FOR THE FESTIVAL

YOU CAN EITHER STAY AT ROGERS OR YOU MAY NEED TO PAY A DAY PASS FEE TO THE CAMPGROUND.

Roger’s Campground and Motel
10 Rogers Campground Road
Lancaster NH 03584

603-788-4885
 

Roger’s Campground is located in the beautiful White Mountains, in the town of Lancaster NH. It is approximately 2½ hours north of the Manchester NH Regional Airport (MHT), and 2½ hours east of the Burlington VT International Airport (BTV).

 

CONTACT US

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ADDRESS

10 Rogers Campground Rd Unit MH5
Lancaster NH 03584

  • Telegram Group
  • Facebook
 

First-Timer Tips

Clothing

The Light & Liberty Festival is held in the mountains at an elevation of ~2K feet. It can be 90° and sunny one minute, and raining the next. Prepare for all weather, and activities. Pack these things to be prepared.

  • Rain gear – poncho, (wide) umbrella, boots, and spare dry shoes (Bonus: full foul weather gear for maximum protection)

  • Warm clothes for when it’s cold at night like long pants, jacket, sweatshirt, sweater, hoodie, warm hat, etc.

  • Cool summer clothes for when it’s hot

  • Sun protection – sunscreen, hat, sunglasses

  • Swimsuit for the pool (Yes Rogers has a pool!)

  • Workout clothes – Others will be working out, playing sports, or doing yoga. You can too.

  • Footwear

    • Sandals

    • Flip Flops for shower

    • Sneakers

    • Boots

  • Extras

    • Folding chair to carry to other sites and to venues

    • Backpack for carrying swag, clothes for weather change, food

    • Cooler, to keep your stash cold

    • Bottle opener

    • Snacks/special food

    • Bug spray

    • Hand sanitizer (Mask?)

    • Doggie poop bags

 

 

Camping

  • Choose your noise level. If you prize your quiet time or have small children, pick a campsite further away from the central meeting places. Bring a white noise machine.

  • Pack for camping: soap/shampoo, a towel, and flip flops for the showers. Roger’s does have laundry facilities and a mini-convenience store, if you need to take care of errands mid-week. Also, wool socks can be handy on cool nights. If this is your first time camping for an extended period, be sure to read a camping FAQ or two.

  • Bring Food. 

Socialize

  • Talk to people. People are friendly, and want to help. If you have a question, post in the Light & Liberty Telegram Group  By the end of the festival, you’re going to have a bunch of new friends, so there’s no reason to be shy.

Technical

  • Cell phone reception/coverage The most reliable cell carrier at Roger’s is Verizon, but any service can be limited given the remote location, variable weather, and number of users. Some people may experience no cell coverage at the festival.

  • Internet Access is extremely limited. Roger’s offers wifi as an additional charge, but this connection quickly becomes slow as more users come online.