jeudi 10 Mai 2012 — dimanche 13 Mai 2012
Florence Mountain Park
Florence, United States
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It’s an exciting four-day-long camping festival of music, magic, and spiritual connection for all ages. Come celebrate Beltane and the beginning of summer!
Musicfest with over 7 different performances by local, national, and internationally-known artists - 2012 performances to be update as we sign on more acts.
Huge maypole dance, multiple rituals and ceremonies
Community campfires and drum circles
Workshops, classes, and the NeoPagan NeoHighland Games
Merchants Row, hot showers, fantastic food,
Beltania is an exciting four-day-long camping festival of music, magic, and spiritual connection, held 2 hours southwest of Denver, CO Beltania is the annual nonprofit church festival and fundraiser of Living Earth, an open circle and alternative church in the south Denver area of Colorado. Multiple other Earth-honoring spiritual organizations and individuals now collaboratively sponsor Beltania with financial and volunteer contributions. Because of this, Beltania has been able to help fund the new Earth Haven mountain center, a spiritual facility for our entire community to use, and the upcoming Earth Haven Denver community center.
“Without our songs and stories, we are nothing.” This one phrase tells you what you need to know about S. J. Tucker. Multi-instrumentalist, road
warrior, front woman, songwriter and rallying point; yes, she is all of these things. More than most, though, more than anything, she is a storyteller. She is the voice of lore at the campfire and the sharp laughter of modern myth, a vanguard of the Mythpunk movement with a gypsy Celtic folk rock sound that cannot be ignored. With one hand on her art and the other held out to you, she is songs and stories,community and wit. Named "the face of neo-tribal Paganism" by Witches & Pagans Magazine, S. J. is honored to help weave some Spirit into Beltania this year.
Pandemonaeon's Dangerous Beauty: Voted Album of the Year by The Wild Hunt (2010). A lush and sensual blend of rock and metal with the delicacy of folk instruments from around the world.
Music to energize your spirit, move your body, spark your imagination, and elevate your soul.
San Francisco songstress Sharon Knight is a Celtic folk singer in leather armbands. She plays octave mandolin as if it were an electric guitar and sings as though she means to summon a storm. Together with longtime collaborator Winter she tours several months a year, performing Celtic-inspired folktales that sound like they ran away with the Faeries at the turn of the century and took cover in an old trunk bound for the circus, which was then commandeered by pirates. Her “Neofolk Romantique” style combines a love of antiquity and romance with an affinity for the haunting and melancholy, adds a hearty dash of feistiness, and reminds us that we can all see the world through the eyes of enchantment. Sharon and Winter are also the founding members of Pandemonaeon.
Skean Dubh accompanies our annual Maypole ceremony and dance, and this year they will also take the stage for a featured concert performance. Traditional and modern celtic music.
Pandora Celtica is a Dark Celtic Faerie a cappella band from Denver:
"Hail to thee, Bright Beings! We are Pandora Celtica, a dark faerie Celtic band from the lands of dream and myth. We have been brought together by the kings and queens of the Fae for your entertainment, and we will transport you with our rich harmonies, tribal drumming and ancient songs of sorrow, loss and longing. Be you pirate or faerie, lord or lady, angel or demon, or some other kith… leave your mortal mask at home and revel with us as you truly are. Thank you for inviting us to be part of this celebration of joy and magic, Beltania!
Forests of Azure
With electric guitars, fuzz pedals, reverb, echo, and a measured dose of performance art, FORESTS of AZURE weave together neo-psychedelic threads of classic 60's and 70's psych rock with world music, dub, and trance dance tribal grooves to bring guests on a new journey - an adventure of sorts... Is everybody in?
Combining deeply introspective lyrics with exceptional ardency, Marcy
Stonecipher is amountain metrist that’s always had a knack for the lyrical and a penchant for the peculiar. Using rhythm and rhetoric as her pigments and brushes, she invokes powerful images and feelings that are simultaneously confidential and cosmic like a bard of old. Marcy has been pagan for over 10 years, and while her songs are not specifically pagan,
they are heavily influenced by her spiritual path. Of that influence,
Marcy says: "I think the awareness of my higher self has really allowed me to pull emotions from life events and express that emotion in song in a unique way that audiences really respond to." This seamless blending of worldly experience and self-exploration combines visceral feeling and intellectual invigoration to make for a remarkable music experience.
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