Uniting the World Through Positivity, One Earth Live Announces Virtual Festival
In these uncertain times filled with what seems like more strife than togetherness, One Earth Live comes along with a two-day global conscious lifestyle festival that aims to unify us under the banner of positivity. Artists, speakers, and world-renowned musicians like John Butler, Michael Franti, Nahko, Trevor Hall, FINK, Mike Love, Beats Antique, and Krishna Das will be headlining the virtual festival which will take place on May 23-24th online via the event’s streaming partner PORTL.
Along with an extensive roster of global musicians, the festival will feature famous public figures and speakers such as Dr. Bruce Lipton, Jason Silva, Charles Eisenstein, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, and many more. Representing 20 countries, these visionary leaders represent various sectors including wellness experts, youth activists, yogas instructors, poets and more.
According to a press release, One Earth Live was born as a collaborative charitable response to increasing global tensions over COVID-19. Donations will be collected and managed by Proof of Impact, a charitable organization seeking to aid at-risk communities impacted by COVID-19 with deliveries of food, fresh water, medical supplies and more. Viewers will also have the opportunity to donate funds to artists who are unable to tour and suffering financially.
ONE EARTH LIVE | MAY 23 + 24 | Online Transformational Festival
One Earth Live will take place online at www.OneEarthLive.com via streaming partner PORTL on May 23rd and 24th, 2020. The two-day transformational online festival is highlighted by musical headliners John Butler, Michael Franti, Nahko, Trevor Hall, FINK, Rising Appalachia, Mike Love and Krishna Das, as well as world-renowned public figures and speakers, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Jason Silva, Charles Eisenstein, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, and many others. Full lineup included in video!Music from Nahko And Medicine For The PeoplePosted by One Earth Live on Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Much of the event’s theme “will not focus on what is breaking down,” said festival Co-creator, Chris Decker in a press release, “but on what positive things are breaking through for humanity at this time and what solutions and pathways are available for us as a global community enabling us to move into a positive future and not return to business as usual.”
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