We are in the process of confirming the line up for 2018, check back here later!
Community Generated Workshops
This year we are diving into a fresh new template for how the festival workshops function. Introducing an “open space technology” for our workshop format. We call it Community Generated Workshops. It is by volunteer basis, and anyone coming to the festival can offer any workshop they feel inspired to share! There is nothing set up ahead of time, so you simply arrive, find the white board with time slots and fit yourself into the line-up, with your workshop of choice. It’s unplugged, and a first come first serve basis(be sure to purchase your discount tickets) with a limit of one workshop per person, ensuring that many of our talent and wisdom holders have their space to shine. There are a set number of time slots, so arrive early. Festival gates open at 5pm Friday August 18.
A festival that generates itself? Yes! This is the next level of festival community making.
Yoga, Meditation & Dance
Play & Work Shops
with Bermalva, The Bhakti Connection & Friends
The opening and closing rites performed during the festival are an important and potent anchoring point for gathering and containing the energies specific to each years’ festival evolution. They open a platform for all to ground, centre and align with the Cosmic and Earth forces present for focus. Each year the rites change according to the needs of that particular time and space – reassuring and uplifting the flow of the festival, as a weekend-long sacred ceremony.
Join the opening on Friday at 5pm and closing on Sunday at 4:30pm
Agni Hotra Ceremonies
An invitation to attend sunset fire puja ceremonies called Agni Hotra.
A Bio-energetic scientific harmonizing session, for environmental purification. Learn how to; reduce stress through purification of the atmosphere, heal the planet and ourselves through a simple practice that takes only minutes a day, restore the nutritional balance in nature for healthy organic gardens and farms.
catch Agni Hotra ceremonies at sundown on Friday and Saturday
The Zen Zone is a quiet space tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the festival, while still immersed in the natural world. You can find a cozy spot to repose, centre, ground or relax in silence. A perfect nook to check out when the need arises.
Fireside Kirtan Open Jam
Carved out of a natural amphitheater of sand, this epic evening camp fire is one of the single most memorable parts of the festival. All voices and instruments join together round the warm fire, roasting marshmallows and singing heartfelt hymns into the late of the night. Fires are stoked both Friday and Saturday night at the festival.