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In The Festival Harm Reduction Project series, we examine drug use at music festivals and clubs across the globe, and explore what artists, organizers, harm reductiongroups, and concert-goers are doing to make nightlife safer.

Spend enough time at music festivals, and you'll very likely encounter someone—be they a close friend or a total stranger—who's taken psychedelics and is experiencing some level of distress, unsure where to turn amid the sensory overload of the dance floor. Many of us would like to help in these instances, but it's not always clear when or how to offer support and assistance.

That's why the Zendo Project—a harm reduction organization founded in 2012 under the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) —has been providing on-site psychedelic safe-spaces at music festivals, complete with trained "sitters" ready to talk you through a difficult experience.

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