elephant Recommends: Denver Chant Fest Kickoff Party plus Giveaway.

Via elephant journal
on Feb 4, 2013
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Don’t miss the Denver Chant Fest kickoff party live from Friday Night Yoga Club this week, February 8, 7-10 pm, at the Temple Event Center, Denver.

Denver Chant Fest co-founder Dakini Ma accompanies Tina Porter and Mike Konrad leading a live music & yoga class with internationally- beloved chant-artist Girish followed by a Kirtan to celebrate the inaugural Denver Chant & Yoga Fest.

Come celebrate with your blossoming Colorado Community this Friday! This event will sell out. Healthy food & drink, vendor area and even child care, provided by Kids Yoga Guide, is offered. $25 in advance/$30 at door (if space available). Please pre-register at Friday Night Yoga Club.

Win Two Weekend Passes to the Denver Yoga & Chant Festival!

Our partners at the Denver Chant & Yoga Festival are giving away a free weekend pass for two people ($500 value) to the inaugural music and yoga festival. Simply send an email with “I Love Yoga & Music” in the subject line to [email protected] between today and February 11 at midnight to enter. The winners will be announced on Tuesday February 12 at noon. Your email will be added to the festival’s weekly email updates list and you can opt out at any time.

The Chant Fest is a weekend-long yoga, music and wellness festival Feb. 15-17 at the Sherman Street Event Center, Denver, Colorad. Grammy-Nominated Jai Uttal, Dave Stringer, CC White, The Luminaries, DJ Drez, Saul David Raye, Govindas & Radha, Janet Stone, Bryan Kest and many more are on the all-star lineup. Free wellness classes and a full health and wellness vendor area are also offered. Learn more at Denver Chant Fest.



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