Lovelight Yoga and Arts Festival Celebrates Enlightenment and The Arts




Woodstock ’69 Festival producer Michael Lang brings The Lovelight Yoga and Arts Festival to Maryland, a family-friendly transformational gathering that will take place from August 18 through August 21 at Camp Ramblewood in Darlington, Maryland.  

        Headlined by Kirtan rockstar Krishna Das, yoga pioneer Dharma Mittra, Matisyahu, Trevor Hall, MC YOGI and Integral Yoga president Swami Asokananda, the Lovelight Festival features over 100 workshops, concerts and classes for all ages.  

        The lineup is designed to celebrate the evolution of yoga and spirituality—from the grassroots of 1960’s counterculture, to modern yoga and the emerging Transformational Arts movement. Instead of alcohol, the Lovelight Festival offers musical performances, yoga classes, theme camps, drum circles, unique vendors, art installations, workshops, IDM DJs and high vibrations to keep the mood elevated.  

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit LovelightFestival.com. For event updates: Facebook.com/LovelightFestival.

 

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