Bhakti Fest Welcomes Thousands for a Transformational Event September 27-29 in Joshua Tree, CA

Bhakti Fest

Bhakti Fest Welcomes Thousands for a Transformational Event September 27-29 in Joshua Tree, CA

Joshua Tree, CA – April 29, 2024 – Bhakti Fest, Southern California’s popular yoga and conscious music festival, will return to the beautiful Joshua Lake & Campground on September 27-29, 2024.

This pioneering gathering will be celebrating its 13th anniversary. Bhakti Fest is a beacon for spiritual seekers worldwide, best known for nonstop music, yoga classes, breathwork and sound healing sessions, vegetarian cuisine, healing bodywork, wisdom talks, conscious community, and transformation. With the fantastic success of last year’s first post-COVID festival, the Bhakti Fest team is excited to welcome its fans back in 2024.

Festival producer Bella Silberfein notes, “With last year’s incredible festival that exceeded all our expectations, we are thrilled to be back with a festival in Joshua Tree in 2024. We look forward to bringing our entire Bhakti family together again. This year, we are focused on further amplifying voices from all communities, highlighting workshops on regeneration, taking care of our planet, and creating space for connection and creativity to blossom. Change starts at a grassroots level, and we are passionate about making space for people to collaborate.”

The festival returns with all-star yoga instructors, including Seane Corn, Dianne Bondy, Shiva Rea, Janet Stone, Andrew Sealy, Susanna Barkataki, Amanda Giacomini, Kia Miller, Natalie Valle, Kumi Yogini, Govind Das, Edward Williams, Sonic Devas, Kristin Olson, Newton Campbell, Dharma Shakti and local favorites, Cedar and Sage Wellness’s Tobi Gullian and Sabrina Bennett  From those who have never stepped foot on a yoga mat to those who don’t travel without one, all student levels are welcome and encouraged to attend.

A curator of sacred sound, Bhakti Fest will host non-stop conscious music and chant across various musical genres, including blues, rock, pop, gospel, traditional, and hip-hop. Headliners include Grammy nominee Krishna Das and MC YOGI. This year’s musicians include favorites such as Deya Dova, Marieme, Ajeet, Radhika Das, Kr3ture, Vijay Krsna, Nikunja, Govind Das and Jacqueline Michelle, Radhika Vekaria, Amritakripa, Fantuzzi, Saeed Younan, Jayadeva Dasa, Nina Rao, Shamiran, Allison Eaton, Sharanam, Kamini Natarajan and more.

Bhakti Fest provides participants the unique opportunity to interact with and learn from some of the greatest luminaries of our time. Speakers include Jai Dev, Indy Rishi Singh (and the Cosmic Labyrinth), Tommy Rosen, Harpinder Kaur Mann, Sita Devi Dasi, Scott Blossom, Troy Casey, Ramana, Abudu Nininger, Siva Mohan, Diana Cantú-Reyna, Haridass Kaur Khalsa, Zoe Kors and more. In the festival’s tradition, Bhakti Fest will be dedicated to beloved mentor and friend Baba Ram Das.

The family festival is complete with a Kids’ Village! In the cool shade, fun, physical, creative, musical, and conscious activities provide an opportunity to enjoy time together. Family bundles are available to encourage bringing the kiddos to experience the magic.

Bhaktis will feast on various raw, vegan, and vegetarian food and beverage options. There is an extensive marketplace with eco-friendly, sustainable vendors offering clothing, devotional art, musical instruments, CDs, crafts, jewelry, and more.

Accommodations on-site include glamping, camping, and RV parking. Several hotels within a few miles of the campground offer discounts for attendees.

With a world-class lineup of musicians and yoga instructors, conscious workshops, and artisan vendors, Bhakti Fest offers the most heart-opening, consciousness-raising experience of any festival today. Attendees describe the festival as “immersed in the greatest conscious party you have ever experienced, filled with music, yoga, dancing, love, light, and heart-centered community.”

Tickets for Bhakti Fest 2024 are available here. The non-profit festival donates a percentage of its funds to charities and other nonprofit groups that provide food, education, and environmental beautification programs worldwide. These include Food for Life Vrindavan, Love Serve Remember Foundation, Ramana’s Garden, Share Your Care, and the Seva Foundation. Senior, local, student, and military discounts are all available to make the event as accessible as possible for attendees of all ages.

For more information, please see All Bhakti Fest talent and our producer are available for interviews. For media needs, please contact Susan von Seggern at or 213-840-0077.

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