Earthdance London

Earthdance London

Saturday 17th September 2016

Earthdance London

10:00 pm until 6:00 am


Price: £11.50 Earlybird / £18.50 GA

Status: On Sale Soon (Updated on 21st April 2016)

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Doors open at 10:00 PM – Event ends at 6:00 AM

Age: You must be 18 years of age or more to attend this event (with or without a guardian) | Photo ID – Please bring ID if you are 25 years of age or less or appear so. | | Access – Standing. There are no seats assigned. The venue is arranged on several floors with many stairs and no lift. Find out more about accessiblity.

About Earthdance London

“Since 1997, Earthdance has been held in over 1000 locations in 80 countries, and presented thousands of DJs and artists. The highlight of the Earthdance global event is the Prayer for Peace music track, played at the same moment at all locations, an early example of what is now known as subtle activism and practiced by many groups worldwide producing synchronized meditation events. Earthdance events have supported hundreds of charities worldwide, and are guided by an international collective of longtime producers.”

3 rooms – Conscious clubbing with a cause

2016 Theme:
Global Shift
Room One: The Temple: Psychedelic Trance
S.U.N Project Live (Hommega)
Laughing Buddha Live (Nano Records)
Lucas (TIP)
Nikki S Live (Alchemy/Liquid)
Shakti (Suntrip Recs/Trancendance)
Miss Kiff (Furthur Progressions)

Room Two: Deep / Tech / Prog grooves hosted by Inspiral Events

Bia TriXx ( V2k-Records) Ibiza
Aliji (Inspiral Events/ All is One)
Steve Kundalini (Kundalini Records)
DJ Dani
Hamish (Further Progressions)

Room Three: Chill & Downtempo
Lemon Tree Live (Liquid Records)
Iaachus Live (Mystic Sound Records)
Liquid Ross
Kate Pendragon
Indigo Herder (Trancendance)
Bubblewrap (Trancendance)

Global synchronised Prayer for Peace at Midnight UK time.

We donate all our event profits to a chosen independent cause/charity. Last year we supported Thames Reach, an amazing London based independent organisation that helps the homeless and vulnerable. We also donated to a project in India called Sfice, that helps to support children living in poverty, through education.

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