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Two-Day Soulshine Festival
with Michael Franti
December 27 and 28, 2013
at the world-renowned Green School Bali
The two-day Soulshine Festival will be held at the world-renowned Green School Bali on December 27 and 28, 2013. The music and environmental festival is dedicated to sustainability for Bali and the world and will benefit Bumi Sehat, natural birthing clinics in Bali and Aceh, Indonesia. Funds raised will also be contributed to the Green School’s Indonesian Scholarship Fund, which provides free education for Indonesian children.
Soulshine Festival is family-friendly music and environmental festival, bringing together the highest positive vibrations in music, environmental-themed talks, and inspiring children’s activities to celebrate the sustainability of our planet and the power we all have to be the change we want to see in the world.
“The Soulshine Festival is about coming together to celebrate life—the life of our planet—and the power we all have to make a difference,” said Franti. “Come and join us for a magical time in Bali.”
The Soulshine Festival aims to “educate, enlighten, and inspire.” The main stage of musical artists will feature performances by Michael Franti and Spearhead as well as more musical guests to be announced. In addition, the Soulshine Festival will also feature an environmentally-themed series of award-winning speakers and films, morning yoga, an eco kids zone, vendors and food booths, and social and environmental organizations tables and forums.
“I’m excited to share two days of family-friendly music and inspiring environmental activities in one of the most stunning locations in Bali, the amazing Green School,” said Franti. “The Soulshine Festival will benefit Bumi Sehat Natural Birthing Clinics, who are working to save lives of mothers and children in Indonesia. We will also benefit the Green School’s Indonesian scholarship program that offers free education to local children.”
Franti has been performing benefit concerts for Bumi Sehat in Bali since 2006, and this year is expanding to a full two-day festival to be held on the grounds of Green School Bali, a sustainability education-based international school that has been awarded “the greenest school on earth” for its innovative student-centered, nature-based curriculum and its solar-powered bamboo campus.