Los Angeles Times article on Burning Man 2011 features this Reuter’s photo of Billion Jelly Bloom’s Wednesday night playa performance. Thanks LA Times!
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The Billion Jelly Bloom were great to work with and brought such a special, unique element to our Festival. They added some really singular and special moments to the evening performances.
We were overwhelmed with the beauty and artistry of the Billion Jelly Bloom. The team created an installation that was innovative, inspiring, and entertaining. Everyone who had a chance to see the jellyfish were enchanted, and couldn’t wait to see them again. It was my honor and privilege to work with the Billion Jelly Bloom, I look forward to seeing them grow and evolve for years to come.
The Billion Jelly Bloom appeared destined to be part of the Ghost Ship festivities. Everyone was delighted to see the jellies bounce, float and dance through the night.”
Jellyfish make every stage look better at Treasure Island Music Festival
Coming upon this last night in Dolores Park was utter magic -- so beautiful, such an explosion of creativity! It was a testament to the best city life, but also to the best of parenting. My 2 year old's eyes were just dazzled with joy and wonder. Thank you, Billion Jelly Bloom!