The beloved transformational and life-changing event will be returning to the magic grounds of Joshua Tree Desert on September 7-12.

Spiritual seekers from all over the world will be sharing sacred space in what is considered the most heart-opening, consciousness-raising festival on the scene today.

With a world class line-up of musicans, yoga instructors and spiritual teachers, more then 60 conscious workshops and a healing sanctuary offering massages and body-work, Bhakti Fest one more time promises to be a not-to-be-missed enligtening experience.

Desert Healing: This year’s highlights include a Sound-bath Dome, a Sacred Women’s Tent and a Men’s Lodge.

The premier sacred music and yoga festival dedicated to bringing a shift in spiritual consciousness will be hosting a massive lineup of kiran leaders.

Singer/songwriter Trevor Hall, known for hits such as “Brand New Day”, “The Lime Tree” and “Unity” will headline the event.

Other returning headliners include Grammy nominee Krishna Das, revolutionary hip-hop artist MC YOGI and longtime Madonna collaborator Donna De Lory.

Bhakti Fest will feature twelve hours of daily yoga classes with world renowned teachers such as Shiva Rea, Saul David Raye, Mas Vidal, Mark Whitwell, Jennica Mills, Jaya Lakshmi & Ananda.

For those interested in diving deeper into their spiritual practice, the Festival also offers an incredible workshop schedule with talks by Radhanath Swami, author of The Journey Home; breath-work phenomenon Michael Brian Baker and Plant Spirit Medicine Practicioner Joanne Ameya Cohen.

Be in the Bhav: This year’s lineup includes headliner Trevor Hall, Krishna Das, Jai Uttal and many more.

Kirtan feels good: Bhakti Fest offers non-stop conscious music and Kirtan chanting on two stages. Pictured here, musician and yoga teacher, Govindas.

Tickets for Bhakti Fest are available at

Accomodations on sight include camping, RV parking, new private apartments men and women’s dorms. Info on lodging is available at:

Bhaktis will feast on a variety of raw, vegan and vegetarian food and beverages.

This years’ new highlights include a Sound-bath Dome, a Sacred Women’s Tent and a Men’s Lodge.

Nonstop Conscious Music: Bhakti Fest offers a wide variety of musical genres, including blues, rock, pop and hip-hop.