Wanderlust 108

Wanderlust 108 is a field day for your mind, body and soul. Hold the plastic trophy, because we have better prizes: vibrant community, self-awareness and inner peace. Community instead of competition? You can’t beat that. Wanderlust 108 combines three mindful activities—running, yoga, and meditation—in your favorite local park. It’s a celebration of the mindful movement, a chance to ground down ...

Unify Fest

UNIFY FEST, Santa Fe, NM is a transformational festival dedicated to unifying humanity, celebrating life, and leaving the land better than found! For 4-inspiring days thousands of people are invited to experience a fun, conscious music and health festival that unites, inspires, and educates each of us to live in more harmony with the planet, increase our health through high-vibrational …


It doesn’t get called “Colorado’s Best Music Festival” for nothin’. – Fest300

Published in Fest300 Now in its fifth year, the festival featured performers of many stripes like Ziggy Marley, Jurassic 5, Papadosio, Elephant Revival, Rising Appalachia, Hard Working Americans, Wildlight, and many buy ambien 10mg online others. Future lineups are sure to again feature a cross section of upbeat rock, reggae, folk, jam bands and EDM stars.


Arise Festival Stands Tall Among Giants – NY Music Scene

Published in New York Music Scene, 2016 “It is a testament to Arise organizers that they continue to grow as a family-run event in a saturated festival market that is increasingly being dominated by large-corporately-funded events. Arise grew this year even as a new festival, backed by a music industry giant, sprung up in a nearby location the same weekend.”


A willingness to celebrate interconnectivity – Dope Magazine

Published by Dope Magazine, 2016 “Thoughtfully put together by a mindful, hardworking group of individuals, it’s no surprise the event is growing every year! From the very beginning, ARISE has embraced and celebrated diversity, bringing together a vast array of musicians, artists, performers, healers, yogis, activists and educators.”


Created by a community, rather than a corporation – 303 Magazine

Published in 303 Magazine “Perhaps the festival is special because it was created by a community, rather than a corporation. Or perhaps it was the intimate connection that arose from musicians to crowds, or maybe it was the focus on giving back to our land. Whatever it was, it was hard to say goodbye.”


ARISE Music Festival Is on It’s Way Up

Published By: Denver Westword, 2016 “ARISE shows great potential to become the benchmark for other festivals, as it challenges attendees to contribute to, rather than exclusively take away from, the experience of a music festival.”