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.”

Be Zero

” Be Zero’s mission is to inspire, educate, and activate individuals to dramatically reduce their individual plastic and trash footprint and to create simple and sustainable lifestyle habits.”

350 Colorado

  350 Colorado is a grassroots organizationworking locally to help build the global grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis and transition to a sustainable future.