Quasar (kwāˌzär | KWAY-zar): an extremely luminous active galactic nucleus (AGN), powered by a supermassive black hole, with mass ranging from millions to tens of billions of solar masses, surrounded by a gaseous accretion disc. Gas in the disc falling towards the black hole heats up because of friction and releases in the form of electromagnetic radiation. The radiant energy of quasars is enormous; the most powerful quasars have luminosities thousands of times greater than that of a galaxy such as the Milky Way.
Festival (/ˈfestəvəl/): an event ordinarily celebrated by and centering on some characteristic aspect of community and its religion or cultures. The scale of festivals varies; in location and attendance, they may range from a local to national level. Music festivals, for example, often bring together disparate groups of people, such that they are both localised and global.
Quasar Festival is a meeting of the minds. A coming together of all the brilliant souls that radiate their creativity to the outside world. We fell in love with music festival culture at our first camping festival, quickly discovering the flow arts and gravitating towards this new physical skill.