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Limitless Art & Music Festival, July 28 - 30

Naturist New Hampshire and the NH Mountain Inn are sponsoring a three-day clothing-optional festival weaving together music, dance, and unique approaches to living. The festival will feature visual and performing artists, body painting, displays of hand-crafted items, alternative building concepts, outdoor activities, and more.

Festival admission includes all-day grounds fees for the weekend and overnight tent camping on the property, with a pond and mountain views. Bring your own food, or upgrade to a meal plan that covers food throughout the weekend. Optional VIP package also includes use of inn facilities, including indoor pool and sauna. Or rent a room at the inn to enjoy all of the amenities.

Early Bird tickets, offering a 40% discount on the event, are on sale through May 15. Advance tickets, with a 20% discount, will be on sale from May 16 through July 27. Full price at the gate will be $100. NNH and YNA members are eligible for even greater discounts, and children under 18 are admitted at no charge (must be accompanied by an adult).

Gates open Friday, July 28, at 10 a.m., with entertainment from 4 to 10 p.m. Saturday performances are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday's are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

On the schedule are Boston-based Stains of a Sunflower, Maine jazz artists Brad Terry and Peter Herman, and New Hampshire bands The Trichomes and Supernothing. There also will be naked comedy by Alison Klemp of New York and an open mic period for anyone who wants to share their talent.

There is plenty of parking available, and limited parking for RVs/campers.

The event takes place at the NH Mountain Inn at 318 New Canada Road in Wilmot NH. The inn has 13 rooms available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Naturist Etiquette

NNH activities are family-friendly. Overt sexual activity and anti-social behavior are not tolerated, and all who attend our events need to be vigilant to make sure these codes are not broken. We allow consumption of alcohol in moderation, but drunken behavior can lead to expulsion. Everyone also must look out for the safety of children, and report any behavior that is inappropriate. Anyone breaking these simple rules of conduct will not be welcomed back.

* Please respect the space of each individual.

* We encourage respect for the natural surroundings and all property. Leave an area in better condition than what is found.

* All containers of food or beverages should be plastic and/or paper for safety. Please dispose of properly.

* One always sits upon one's own towel in all common areas.

* When using a hot tub or other facility/amenity, be mindful that others also may want to have a turn. Limit your use to 15 minutes at a time if you see someone else waiting for an opportunity to get in.

* All fees and cost are kept as reasonable as possible to accommodate most everyone.

* Security is well controlled for member safety at all times.

* All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Cameras

With the exception of the official NNH/LF photographer, or at specially announced activities, no photography is allowed at NNH events. Occasionally, attendees may allow others with cameras to take photos, but it must be in an area where there is no possibility of accidentally including those who do not want their photos taken.

Photos taken for publication require signed release forms.