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Denver Chant Fest

The Denver Chant Fest is a National-level chant and yoga festival,in the heart of Denver, Colorado February 14-16 2014. One of the first winter festivals of its kind in the US, the DENVER CHANT FEST will gather the nation’s top Bhakti (spiritual song) musicians.

Where

Sherman Street Event Center4515773
1770 Sherman Street, Denver CO, US 80203

Type of Event

  • General Event

Yoga Styles

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When

Feb 13 to
Feb 16
2014
22:00 pmto00:15 am

The Denver Chant Fest a National-level chant and yoga festival, is in Colorado February 14-16 2014. One of the first winter festivals of its kind in the US, the DENVER CHANT FEST will gather the nation’s top Bhakti (spiritual song) musicians including Jai Uttal, Dave Stringer, White, MC Yogi, Donna Delory, Sean Johnson and the Wild Lotus Band, Deepak and the Breath of Life Tribe, Govindas and Radha and beloved sound-smiths including DJ Drez, and an array of local live musicians and DJs.
Internationally-beloved yoga instructors including Jason Crandell, Pete Guinosso, Rusty Wells are all on-board to rock festival-goers’ souls in the beautiful Rocky Mountain State of Colorado. On President’s Day weekend, the Fest is the perfect taking-off point for a week-long winter adventure in theMileHighState.
Held at the stunning, historic Sherman Street Event Center located less than a half-hour drive from Denver International Airport the DENVER CHANT FEST will be a weekend-long festival packed with ground breaking, soul-stirring conscious live music, top-notch yoga instruction and wellness vendors from across the US whose main intention is to help festival attendees experience the Beloved-heart space and manifest the most health-filled life possible.

Price

$250

Full Description

DENVER CHANT FEST WORLD'S TOP CONSCIOUS
WINTER MUSIC & YOGA FESTIVAL
FEB 14TH-16TH, 2014

The heart of Denver has a national-level chant and yoga festival. The DENVER CHANT FEST, made its debut in Colorado February 15-17 2013. One of the first winter festivals of its kind in the US, the DENVER CHANT FEST gathered the nation's top Bhakti (spiritual song) musicians including Jai Uttal, Dave Stringer, White, Govindas and Radha, the Luminaries and beloved sound-smiths including DJ Drez and an array of local live musicians and DJs.

Denver Chant Fest 2014 season promises to be even bigger than last winter. Confirmed on the line-up are Kirtan artists such as Donna Delory, Jai Uttal, Dave Stringer, Sean Johnson and the Wild Lotus Band, Deepak and the Breath of Life Tribe, White just to name a few. In addition, the best yoga instructors will be joining Denver Chant Fest 2014, teachers like Jason Crandell, Pete Guinosso, Yogi, Rusty Wells and the beloved duo Govindas and Radha owners of Bhakti Shala in Santa Monica, CA.

On President's Day weekend, the Fest is the perfect taking-off point for a week-long winter adventure in the Mile High State.

Held at the stunning, historic Sherman Street Event Center located less than a half-hour drive from Denver International Airport the DENVER CHANT FEST will be a weekend-long festival packed with ground breaking, soul-stirring conscious live music, top-notch yoga instruction and wellness vendors from across the US whose main intention is to help festival attendees experience the Beloved-heart space and manifest the most health-filled life possible.

For the uninitiated Kirtan is quickly becoming the nations next practice of yoga. Published in mainstream media like New York Times, Psychology Today, Yoga Journal and many more, it is a call and response method of song used by Bhakti (heart-centered) Yoga practitioners to connect with the divine and generate a blissful, peaceful state.

On Friday night, White will bring Soul Yoga back to Denver along with an epic set by the mastermind DJ, Yogi. On Saturday night one of the chant world's most iconic leaders, Jai Uttal, will make his return to Colorado. Grammy nominated, Jai Uttal, is a pioneer in the world music community with his eclectic “East-meets-West” sound. Uttal’s latest blend of sound is a unique mixture of reggae, ska, and samba rhythms, used as a backdrop for call and response, dance-oriented Kirtan.

Throughout the weekend festival-goers can practice with Jason Crandell, an internationally acclaimed teacher, recently named one of the next generation of teachers shaping yoga's future by Yoga Journal for his skillful, unique approach to vinyasa In addition, Pete Guinosso will be guiding morning Forrest Yoga Vinyasa classes for all.

More info and early-bird tickets, starting at just $40 for a single event and $199 for the entire weekend, are available at