Sunday August 21st ~ 9:00am – 2:00am
Seamana Earth & Stone Stage
Spirit Tribe (1:00 pm)
Maui singer/songwriter Melissa Verbena (maBliss) brings her original high vibe spirit rock as well as jewel songs from tribal revival musicians of the West Coast, Hawaii & Beyond.
Calling in the Good Vibe, Nature Spirit Home Tribe, Call it in, Call it in, Aummmm
Gonna jam it for the planet…
Featuring Stephen Eberle on mystic soul lead guitar, Peter Priore funky bass, Rico Herrera all kinds percussion & Wellspring’s Dr. Gerry on keys. “& special guest, Shoshana B Love.”♡
Peace Tribe (3:15 pm)
Jaris has a band called Peace Tribe, which plays his original music with an emphasis on positive, uplifting lyrics and influences as diverse as folk, jazz, rock, reggae, samba, world beat, and heartsong. With superb musicianship and mind-expanding diversity, their performances are high energy and exciting. Peace Tribe’s sound is very full and driving and will keep you dancing for hours. Their unique and heartfelt songs are very catchy and meaningful. Peace Tribe hails from the Big Island of Hawaii and also performs many music festivals, concerts, and other gigs on the West Coast and beyond every summer and fall. With a strong voice and high tenor range, Jaris covers a wide variety of ranges and styles, equally at home with a ballad or hard-edged rock ‘n’ roll. Performing music professionally for over thirty years, he’s played in countless bands in an ongoing exploration of musical styles. He plays guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion, sings, writes, arranges, produces, is a recording engineer, and band leader. Jaris Dreaming’s music and lyrics are fresh, provocative, socially conscious, and out to touch the hearts and minds of all who listen in.
Mike Love (6:15 pm)
Meet Mike Love. One of reggae music’s rising stars. Born and raised in Oahu, Hawaii to a musical family that spans generations, Mike Love brings a multitude of influences to the table, all tied together by the common goal of making the world a better place.
But it’s his message, his passion, and the wisdom behind his words that truly resonate with his fans. “It’s always been about the depth,” Mike Love explains, “I’ve never been into music that was shallow. I’m still learning about where I’m going and where I want to be. All the music is a learning tool to me too. I just make myself open to it. All the messages that come through the music, it’s not just coming through me and my wisdom. I don’t think I’m some wise elder or anything like that. I just make myself open to the music and it just comes through…” His songs take you on a journey, one of healing and inspiration. One designed to help you on your path to knowledge, wisdom and understanding.
Fanna-fi-Allah (9:15 pm)
Fanna-Fi-Allah’s passionately devotional music is a leading representation of Sufi Qawwali music worldwide. With their rich rhythmic grooves, soaring vocal melodies and the bright intensity of their live performances, Fanna-Fi-Allah urges us to lift our hearts in exaltation and devotion to the Divine.
Fanna-Fi-Allah embodies an authentic continuation of the ancient tradition of Sufi music. Key members of the group have spent over 20 years in dedicated study with the masters of this classical art-form in Pakistan and India and are deeply respected throughout the subcontinent.
During their 13 years of world-wide touring in places as diverse as the USA, Pakistan, Europe, Indonesia, India and Egypt, they have captivated audiences with their dynamic passion and skill, and continue to deepen the appreciation for this great Sufi tradition in the West.
Casbah Pavilion Stage
David Hummingbird (12:00 PM)
David Hummingbird is a singer songwriter with strong roots in Southern Oregon, currently living in Alabama. David draws inspiration for his songs from the natural world and the spirit that connects all things. You could describe David’s music best by a few of his song titles: Dreaming of a Peaceful World, We’re All in This together, We Love our Mother Earth, and We’re All One Heartbeat.
David Kai (2:00 PM)
Having grown up in a family of musicians in Southern California, David Kai was raised with both song and ocean in his heart and spirit. As a kid, David found his first musical love when he began playing the drums. He spent many years thereafter playing drums in punk rock bands, skateboarding on the streets, and surfing in the ocean. After high school, David followed the path of music, which led him inevitably to the expansive universe of the Grateful Dead and those who followed. At this point, David had been playing the guitar for a while and was writing his own songs. Fully equipped with a free spirit and his guitar, David began traveling and hitchhiking all over the US, writing songs, meeting people, and paving his path. Through his journeys, David was blessed to connect with Native Tribal elders from both North and South America. These elders continue to share their teachings and songs through ceremonial ways with David, which have taught him a way of life and had a profound influence on him and his music.
Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda (4:45 pm)
Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda are Oregon based musical artists in the genre of mantra music. They are known mostly for their acoustic sacred chant concerts and their electronic dance/chant offering which they call ‘Kirtronica’. In just over 5 years together, they have released a prolific 8 albums with Sounds True as well as independently. They tour nationally and internationally holding their own events and retreats. In addition to holding ‘prayer-formances’, they also teach yoga. Ananda is a dedicated practitioner and teacher of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan and Jaya Lakshmi has spent over two decades practicing Ashtangha, Anusara and of late Kundalini. Together they also hold cacao ceremonies that were inspired by their inkling toward ceremony and Ananda’s Guatemalan heritage and connection with a cacao shaman. All their offerings have music and mantra weaved into them and the results are very heart opening, healing and transformational.
Peia (7:45 pm)
As a song preserver, Peia has gathered songs from ancient traditions that span across the globe. From the mountains of Bulgaria to the shores of Ireland, touching upon the wisdom and trials of the Native peoples of North and South America and preserving the enchantment of medieval chant and Indian raga. She has traveled extensively to uncover melodies wrinkled and wise with time, laboring faithfully to revive their language, stories and original essence.
Gifted with a broad, soaring vocal range and crystaline tone she sings with depth and beauty, moving audiences to tears and inviting listeners to reconnect with one’s own purpose and the heart of Earth. Accompanying herself with Charango, Harmonium, and Guitar and joined by the richness of Cello, an eclectic array of traditional percussion and virtuoso classical guitar, Peia’s music creates an organic soundscape for vibrational healing.
Following the release of Four Great Winds and Machi, Peia gained international notoriety and request for performances in Europe, Australia, Bali, Brazil and the East Coast of the USA. Peia currently splits her time between Portland and the lush, wild hills of Southern Oregon where she teaches Voice Cultivation and the Yoga of Sound.
Casbah Late Night Music
Jens Jarvie and the Heart Wide Open(11:00 pm)
Music for the world from the heart!
Offering inspirational Kirtan and positive energy that nourishes body & soul. Jens Jarvie’s music is about celebration, embodiment and remembrance. Through positive affirmations, healing mantras, engaging melodies and driving rhythms Jens brings a spirit of upliftment and depth that invites you to soar into the heart of gratitude for this life we are living.