About

Bhakti Fest is a Yoga | Dance | Sacred Music Festival

celebrating the devotional path. Bhaktifest is a certified Non Profit 501c3 and has its roots in yoga, sacred music (kirtan), and meditation. It embraces ancient and modern sacred wisdom and traditional and non-traditional spiritual practices. The festival is a vehicle for evolution of human consciousness through a heart-centered revolution. Bhakti Fest builds a community of people drawn to follow the path of the heart – a devotional, prayerful, loving, healthful, respectful family. All the artists, presenters, and vendors embody, practice, and share the spirit of Bhakti through a variety of ways, including:

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•    Yoga Classes

•    Continuous Kirtan Music

•    Teachings and workshops

•    Meditations and Prayer

•    Fire Ceremonies (Pujas)

•    Hanuman Chalisas

•    Eco-Friendly, holistic market place

•    Vegetarian, Vegan, and Raw Vegan Cuisine

•    Wellness Sanctuary: massage, bodywork, energy work, intuitive readings, wellness enhancing modalities.



Bhakti Fest encourages the spirit of service and offers a work exchange Seva program. The festival donates monies to a variety of non-profit organizations which provide housing, food, education, medical, and environmental restoration programs around the world.


Our Commitment to Green

Going vegetarian is one of the simplest things we can do to reduce our environmental impact. It saves massive amounts of water, land, and minimizes our carbon footprint.  Our festival attendees enjoy a 100% vegetarian(and very vegan friendly) food court, catering to our health and our conscience.

To further offset our energy consumption, we’re working with green webhosts who buy renewable energy credits. For every 1 unit of power our servers pull from the grid, we put back 130% in wind power. They have reconfigured our servers to run more efficiently, using less energy and running cooler, and have made several minor changes to help us lessen the environmental impacts of our internet presence.

As Bhakti Fest evolves, we’ll be aiming for zero-waste events, and will do our best to get there as soon as possible.  There are many ways you can help.  Rideshare to the fest, for one! If you have questions, comments, or suggestions, send them to info@bhaktifest.com

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