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Voices of Sacred Earth Eco-Festival

International Music Stars
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Voices of Sacred Earth Eco-Festival
Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd February 2014

THE FRIDAY NIGHT CONCERTS

Kailash Kokopelli is recognized as a cross-cultural bridge-maker, medicine person and humanitarian artist. This Sound Medicine Man is a wizard and weaver of sacred soundscapes providing wings for the journey to inner source - where peace, power and healing can be found.

“As the world changes so fast, the need to connect deeply with our inner gifts is even more important.” Sika’s Sound Journeys are powerful and deep! They enable people to move through obstacles within themselves, invoking healing and profound transformations, that can be carried into day to day life afterwards.
Georgia Wood researches how singing can help heal individuals and strengthen community, and to enable this is a current award winner of a place on ART Venture, a prestigious programme for creative entrepreneurs. "I Wish U Heaven", a unique and specially commissioned co-creation between Georgia, One Truelove, Craig Denham and Alex Griffith, will have its premiere at Voices of Sacred Earth 2014!
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