Mutiny Music Collective celebrates the success of Singularity, a three-day socially distanced festival that took place from April 30-May 2 at Granstville’s Utah Motorsports Campus with the reveal of their official after-movie.

Singularity Festival | Official Aftermovie 2021

Drawing in over 6,000 attendees to celebrate the return of live music, Singularity featured the emphatic sounds of Ghost Rydr (Ghastly and JOYRYDE), 12th Planet, NGHTMRE, and more acts over the course of the weekend.  The socially distanced experience featured pods for attendees to experience the music. Similar to a campsite at a festival, many guests designed their dedicated pods to fit the experience with blow-up couches and mattresses, while others fully decorated their pods with lights, beer pong tables, and tapestries.

“It was really incredible to see the pod experience come to life. Obviously, we want to be able to get back to normal shows, but the pods were a unique concert format that most fans hadn’t experienced before. It was a real party and I think we may see a new inclusion of dedicated spaces in shows moving forward across the board. People really love being able to leave their pod, go to the bathroom, and come back to their space without having to squeeze past others to find their friends again.” 

Daniel Krotz, Mutiny Music Collective co-founder

Due to the success of the event, Singularity has now set a standard for other events to safely move forward with the return of live music and festival culture.  For additional information on Singularity, please visit the festival’s official website.