The first Ancient Futures : NewEarth Festival will launch this April in an idyllic and serene location outside of Ubud in Bali. The five day festival is already set to be one of the key festivals to watch this year, with an all star line-up of speakers, innovators, artists and musicians.
A key focus is the engaging program of the Symposium comprising of talks and workshops hoped to help shape a better future for humanity. Alongside the talks will be a vibrant array of healing workshops from renowned healers, including yoga, transformational breathing, cacao ceremonies and meditation. The evenings will be filled with sounds from around the world with music, dance and spectacular performances.
Ancient Futures : NewEarth Festival will encompass wisdom and knowledge from the past and present. Alongside new technology and innovations will be the sharing of traditional knowledge from a Council of Wisdom Keepers. Representatives from the first nations people of Bali, Canada, Mexico, North America, Australia and Columbia will be sharing their knowledge in talks, healings and ceremony throughout the festival.
Located on the beautiful island of Bali, Ancient Futures : NewEarth Festival will take place in Villa Akasha, a fifteen minute drive outside of Ubud in the beautiful and tranquil village of Keliki. Surrounded by natural forests, waterfalls and wildlife this is the perfect place for transformation and exploration.
Initiated by the NewEarth Nation, the festival aims to honor the sovereignty of the individual and build bridges between like minded communities across the globe.
Sacha Stone Founder of NewEarth Nation comments:
“In keeping with the paradigmatic shift which we see all around us, Ancient Futures : NewEarth Festival emerges as the planetary flash-point for conscious community dedicated toward the elevation of art, beauty and consciousness over time, money and fear.”
Early bird festival tickets are on sale until 14th February 2017. The festival is also collaborating with local Bali families to help provide sustainable tourism during the event, which will have a legacy for the local community beyond the festival. Festival tickets can be found at www.newearthfestival.com