The 2018 installment of the ARISE Music Festival will take place at Sunrise Ranch in Loveland, Colorado Augst 3 – 5. ARISE organizers have recently revealed the initial lineup for this year’s event.
Slightly Stoopid and Thievery Corporation are among the festival’s headliners. Look for two more headliners to be confirmed in April and May. Other ARISE ’18 acts include Trevor Hall, Living Legends, Pepper, Ott., Quixotic, Everyone Orchestra, The Lil Smokies, Start Making Sense, Dumpstaphunk, Kitchen Dwellers, CharlestheFirst, Bass Physics, Ayla Nereo, Shook Twins and The Dustbowl Revival. Check out the graphic and list below for the full initial lineup.
ARISE is an independent, family-run, leave-no-trace event that is free to children 12 and under. Organizers continue their long-standing commitment to plant one tree for every ticket sold. All told, the music festival will feature five stages of music in addition to all day offerings of yoga, workshops, art, film, activism and a children’s village.
Tickets are on sale now here.
ARISE Music Festival Initial 2018 Lineup
Musical Artists: Slightly Stoopid, Thievery Corporation, 2 more headliners to be announced in April & May, Trevor Hall, Living Legends, Pepper, Ott., Quixotic, Everyone Orchestra, The Lil Smokies, Start Making Sense, Dumpstaphunk, Kitchen Dwellers, CharlestheFirst, Bass Physics, Ayla Nereo, Shook Twins, The Dustbowl Revival, ProbCause, Dustin Thomas, Family And Friends, Eminence Ensemble, Bridget Law – Artist At Large, DYNOHUNTER and many more.
Yoga Teachers: Faith Hunter, Ashleigh Sergeant, Steph Schwartz, Rob Loud, R.R. Shakti, Mary Claire Sweet, Tyrone Beverly, Patrick Harrington, Kate Mulheron and more.
Presenters: David Karchere, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Brigitte Mars, Martina Hoffmann, Phil Lewis and more.
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