The Byron Spirit Festival is back for it's fourth year.Photo Contributed
The Byron Spirit Festival is back for it's fourth year.Photo Contributed Contributed

Spirit Festival to awaken Mullumbimby

THE 4th Byron Spirit Festival is set to awaken Mullumbimby in April.

Now in its fourth incarnation, this local and international event embraces Yoga, Music, Dance, Tantra, Healing, Indigenous insight, along with guided meditations, sound baths, gourmet organic food, and unforgettable celebrations so all can commune and awaken in the most connective means available.

The festival program is created to get you into your heart, your consciousness, your body, your mind and your immediate and broader community.

With their first state grant received, and the success of the inaugural Hampton Spirit Festival in New York last year, they're excitedly preparing an absolute feast of depth experiences for their anniversary.

Byron Spirit Festival, the mob that first brought you Nahko and Medicine for the People, is known for breaking new musical acts that connect to heart and spirit.

This year's exceptional line up includes Lulucruza from Colombia/Argentina, Elijah Ray (USA), the inimitable Srikalogy (USA), the Kirtaniyas (USA), the return of world songstress Peia (USA), Vijay Krsna, Wild Marmalade and more.

The Yoga stream features new and returning master teachers such as Louisa Sear, Dena Kingsberg, Daniel Aaron (Bali), Beth Borowsky, Clive Sheridan, Delamay Devi et al.

Different genres are well represented, and all levels of practitioners are welcome.

Their indigenous cultural component will be lead by Eshua Bolton, Uncle Magpie and Jarmbi Githabul so that all festival attendees will be tuned in to this land we walk upon.

Byron Spirit Festival at Mullumbimby April 15-17, 2016.

Tickets: www.spiritfstival.com.au


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