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Participate

Get involved with Bhakti Fest!

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Work Exchange

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Bhakti Fest. We are so empowered and honored by your gift of service. Learn about the main ways to contribute and enjoy this unique Festival experience.

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Vendor Submissions

Bhakti Fest welcomes applications from vendors that are well aligned with our Festival and its values. Please note that we are sold out for 2018. Please check back in November for 2019 Submissions.

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Become A Sponsor

Sponsors of Bhakti Fest experience extensive brand exposure through Festival marketing channels, full on-site integration to create a direct connection with attendees visiting worldwide, and the benefit of reaching an exciting, expanding demographic of conscious consumers.

Volunteer Spotlight

Adam Tutor, Kirtan School & Stage Help Volunteer

“Shakti Fest provided me the opportunity to experience a group of lightworkers living fully into their mission, and learn about how to shine my light all the brighter. The combination of spontaneous jam sessions, grounding yoga sessions, and deep spiritual work led to connections that will last a lifetime!” ~ Adam

Adam applied as a volunteer to support our Stage Help team. Upon further review of his application it became apparent that he would be a great asset to our new Kirtan School. We contacted him, shared some very basic details with him and he jumped at the opportunity to serve 2 areas. 

With very little instruction, Adam went above and beyond. Providing his own sound system to our Kirtan School, he offered more support than we could have ever imagined to this first time experience at Shakti Fest. Adam is a beautiful example of the love and dedication of a Seva. 

“The Lord dwells in the hearts of all creatures and whirls them round upon the wheel of maya. Run to him for refuge with all your strength, and peace profound will be yours through his grace.” ~ Bhagavad Gita