Ziggy Marley, Ani DiFranco named musical headliners for fourth Wanderlust Festival
Ziggy Marley has the Tahoe Wanderlust.
The fourth annual Wanderlust Festival, a yoga-music event, will be headlined by Marley and yogis John Friend and Shiva Rea. It will be at Squaw Valley USA July 26-29.
Wanderlust also will be return to Stratton Mountain, Vt., and be held at a new location, Copper Mountain, Colo.
Wanderlust Festival, the one-of-a-kind yoga and music festival set within the nation’s most inspiring natural scenery, announced Tuesday its lineup for the 2012 season. Integrating the values of a conscious lifestyle into one culturally phenomenal festival, Wanderlust provides an ethereal retreat inclusive of powerful yoga, inspirational music, organic dining, a thought provoking speaker series and outdoor fun for nature lovers of all ages. Now in it’s fourth year, the Wanderlust vibes have spread nationwide with events returning to Squaw Valley USA, Stratton Mountain (Vermont) June 21-24 and a new location at Copper Mountain, Colo., July 5-8.
and#8220;Wanderlust strives to create a dynamic and fun experience that gathers people around mindful living,and#8221; festival co-founder Jeff Krasno said in a written statement. and#8220;The variety of music, unprecedented yoga program, farm-to-table dining, inspirational speakers and powerful sense of community and#8212; all set within the context of incredible natural splendor and#8212; keeps people coming back year after year. In 2012, we’ve expanded to a new location while also expanding the breadth of the experience. It promises to be our best year yet.and#8221;
The 2012 season will feature some of the world’s most popular yoga teachers, wellness experts and green leaders, alongside a unique blend of musicians, DJs, and performing artists including: Seane Corn, Baron Baptiste, Gurumkh Kaur Khalsa, Beats Antique, MC Yogi, Krishna Das, Quixotic, Aron Ralston, Eli Pariser and Joel Salatin.
Tickets for all events will go on sale at advance pricing on Jan. 24. For the complete lineup and ticketing information, visit http://www.wanderlustfestival
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