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Bhakti Festival Dublin 2021
In person Fundraiser
SATURDAY 30TH OCTOBER,[masked]pm GMT,
A warm welcome to come and join us in person at our fabulous new space at the Barbara Ward, Clonliffe Community centre and let's sing, chant and dance!
There will be a ticket limit of 50 people in the hall. Tickets only available online and can be bought at Eventbrite, link just below or search for Bhakti Festival Dublin on Eventbrite. Alas this year there will be no tickets available on the door.
The event will also be live streamed on Facebook live on our Bhakti Festival Dublin page.
It is a time to be with each other in person and online, with the unifying, elevating energy of community spiritual singing at Bhakti Festival Dublin 2021.
As with previous years, Bhakti Festival Dublin is raising awareness and funds for two charities. This year these charities are ‘Aware’ an Irish charity supporting mental health for adults and young people, and the Barbara Ward Clonliffe Community centre, offering invaluable support, classes and connection to local residents.
Bhakti Festival Dublin is a celebration of sacred music and meditation, this year we will celebrate a 3 and half hour journey of devotional music in the form of Kirtan (call and response chanting) and other forms of chanting.
Given the times we are in, we of course will be making a few adjustments this year:
- maximum 50 people in the hall
- doors/windows open to create airflow (bring a jacket / meditation blanket!)
- hand sanitizer will be available
- There will be spaced seating, and for those of you who like to sit on the floor please bring cushion/ props to be comfortable
Please bring your own face mask if you wish to wear one.
- There will be light refreshments available for sale on the day but please also bring your own snacks and flask/ tea cup/water bottle.
No experience of these singing or chanting practices are needed. The aim of these practices is to connect to your heart through your voice and to dive into the experience of singing as a way to relax the body and mind and nourish the soul. The intention of the Festival is to uplift hearts, through the power of devotional music, with some of Ireland’s well loved chant leaders, Chanting & Chai, Felicity Ananda and Yasia.
We so look forward to connecting with you in person! & chanting our hearts out!
Ticket price (no tickets available on the door) available on eventbrite link
Sliding scale: €25/ €35/ €40
SATURDAY 30TH OCTOBER,[masked]pm GMT
Doors open 1.30pm
All enquiries please contact us on [masked] or[masked]
Big thankyou to Laura Murphy for the utterly gorgeous Flower Mandala in our flyer and beautiful photograph by the fantastic David Gerulis Photography <3