5th Annual Mystic Island Festival - MAUI, HAWAII

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5th Annual Mystic Island Festival - MAUI, HAWAII

Time: January 26, 2012 to January 30, 2012
Location: Camp Olowalu
City/Town: Maui, Hawaii
Website or Map: http://www.mysticislandfestiv…
Event Type: festival
Organized By: Mystic Island Festival
Latest Activity: Nov 2, 2011

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The 5th annual Mystic Island Festival is a cultural gathering of leading edge world music, electronic, reggae, visionary arts, exploratory workshops, healthy foods and friends! This winter's event is happening this January 26-30th, 2012 just south of Lahaina on a sweet beach campground called Camp Olowalu on the sunny West Side of Maui!

Our intention is to create a fun, safe, inspiring and motivating environment in the spirit of Aloha. We will be connecting with the Maui Mana to activate within the lives of our Universal Ohana... a place where one can learn more about healthier more vibrant ways of living and integrate new experiences in this Maui island paradise!

Workshops/Keynotes Include:

•  Dass • Auntie Pua • Joe Marshalla • Chris Berry • Jaya Lakshmi

• Yoga • Ecstatic Dance • Men's & Women's Empowerment • Healing Arts • EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) • Non Violent Communication • Community Building • Ceremonial & Ritual Techniques • Natural Foods, Preparation & Benefits

Music lineup includes:

• Chris Berry & Michael Kang (of Panjea/String Cheese Incident) • Kaminanda • Jaya Lakshmi • David Starfire • Freedom with Al Torre • Human Revolution • Vir McCoy & Friends • HuDost • Stephen Roush • Diane Patterson • SaraTone • Maui Underground • Jah Levi • Maesyn • Ena Vie • Fantuzzi • Brittanya Bee • Alrya (Voodoo Medicine Show) • MaBlissa and Spirit Tribe • Windsong • Prema Love Museik • Moes Family Band • Heather Noel • Cosmic Tickles

3 1/2 Day Weekend Pass Prices:
• $135 til Nov 14th • $175 til Dec 21st • $200 til Jan 25th • If not Sold Out: $225 At Gate.

Weekend Passes include Camping and full access for daytime and nighttime events from Fri 8:00 AM - Mon 4:00 PM. Thursday Passes and complete 4 1/2 day passes are also available.

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