If you are from the Bay Area, the creative collective Wine & Bowties should definitely ring a bell . The collective has been forming their own wave, not only by throwing dope events, but by fusing different paths through creative outlets. Recently, Wine & Bowties has been focusing on their quarterly events, FEELS. One can think of FEELS as a Micro Music & Arts Festival, and the merging of Art installments and Music Sets. This past weekend marked the Fourth Installment of the event series, and their biggest outcome to date. Some of the headliners included, Ryan Hemsworth, Antwon, ABRA, and Alexander Spit. There were also local DJ’s and artists spinning their fave tunes, and displaying their art. The crowd that FEELS  brings out, is definitely very diverse.DSC01543DSC01502DSC01523

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As the Hey-Ma crew walked around The American Steel Studios, we managed to run into good friends, rappers, photographers, many intoxicated people, & an abundance of cute hipster girls. The American Steel Studios are huge, so as you could imagine, many things were going on at once, but it was tight walking to different sections & taking in what was happening.DSC01479

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The highlight of the night was standing up on stage overlooking thousands of people, and analyzing how outrageously Hyphy they were going once the DJ dropped Mac Dre. It really is amazing to see such a variation of talent and creativity hailing out of The Bay Area, which to many is still very underrated. Huge shout outs to Wine & Bowties, for putting together another amazing event, they honestly just keep getting cooler. If you are yet to attend one of their events, we highly suggest you get familiar with the collective. DSC01659DSC01624DSC01617

For updates on Wine & Bowties events, make sure to follow them on Twitter & IG: @Wineandbowties