Beloved: Sacred Art/Music Festival

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Beloved: Sacred Art/Music Festival on August 12, 2016 in Tidewater, CA : Beloved Festival is a wild and wonderful, 4-day, camping, music, art, and education festival on the Oregon coast. Since its inception in 2008, the fes tival has expanded the caliber of its production, scope of its education, and renown of its musical performers. Beloved is known for selling out as early as six months in advance, often before the lineup is even released, so advance ticket purchase is highly encouraged.
Beloved Festival offers a unique mix of leading-edge EDM and world music, interactive art installations, live painting, local organic cuisine, and educational programming, including workshops on yoga, the music and wisdom of ancient cultures, and eco-ethics. All of this together makes for an incredibly powerful festival experience.
“Cutting edge physicists, consciousness researchers, and mystics from all traditions are often saying the same thing these days, ‘We're not really as separate as we tend to believe,'” said Beloved founder Elliot Rasenick. “Every aspect of this festival is designed to give us a tangible experience of the depth of our connection to each other and the world around us.”
• A single main stage, understood as a Mandala, used to concentrate and hold the energy of the festival while over 30 musicians and bands (from 80+ year old world music legends to extreme-cutting-edge EDM producers) create a sacred and unimaginable atmosphere.
• Three workshops areas each exploring one way that we're not separate: a “Mitakuye Oyasin Temple” dedicated to honoring and exploring all of our relationships and teaching authentic communication, intimacy, and boundary setting/seeing; a “Yoga Dome” featuring leading teachers from around the country with live music; and our “Temple of A.W.E.” (Ancient Wisdom Education) giving the masters of ancient traditions an opportunity to teach about the traditions presented at more

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