Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda with the Bhakti Bliss Band in concert ~ Fri, Apr 25 at the Unitarian Fellowship in Ashland

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Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda with the Bhakti Bliss Band in concert ~ Fri, Apr 25 at the Unitarian Fellowship in Ashland

Time: April 25, 2014 from 7pm to 10pm
Location: Unitarian Fellowship
Street: 87 4th St
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon 97520
Website or Map: https://www.facebook.com/even…
Event Type: kirtan, &, sacred, music, concert
Organized By: Peace Village Festival
Latest Activity: Apr 16, 2014

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Peace Village Proudly Presents:
Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda with the Bhakti Bliss Band
Kirtan & Healing Mantra Music Concert
Fri, Apr 25, 7pm-10pm
7pm Doors / 7:30pm Music
at the
Unitarian Fellowship
4th & C Sts, Ashland

Tickets:
$15 Advance/$20 Door
Teens (12-17): half price (at the door)
Children under 12 (with adult supervision only): Free

Advance Tickets at:
https://tickets.brightstarevents.com/event/3814244
And at the Music Coop in Ashland

Facebook:
www.facebook.com/events/589145017859632

Website:
www.JayaLakshmiAndAnanda.com

YouTube:
This Is The Day
www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDPSBrwlJvo

Join international touring and recording artists Jaya Lakshmi & Ananda with the Bhakti Bliss Band for an en-chanting evening of Kirtan, Mantras, & Sacred Songs.

Be prepared to chant and dance into states of divine ecstasy as Jaya Lakshmi & Ananda share the beauty and depth of their devotion carried by the power of this exquisite kirtan band. The Bhakti Bliss Band consists of Chuck White on sitar & mohan veena, Ankush Vimawala on tabla & urdhu ,& Ashland's own Richard Cole on bass.

The tour celebrates the release of their 2 live albums: Kundalini Mantras Live and As the Lotus Blossoms. These recordings are from their 2013 tours & capture magical moments along the way.

Each event will offer scrumptious samples of Coconut Bliss, who will be Scooping for a Cause, raising funds for non-profits involved in the non-GMO movement.


"Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda's tremendous and rare gift of devotion, song, and talent
comes through their music so effortlessly. It affects my soul in such a deep way.
When I listen to their music, my heart opens instantly,
and I know that their voice, music, and presence
will bring thousands into a space of deep happiness and healing."

 ~ Simrit Kaur (Kundalini Mantra Singer) 

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