David Newman, Katie Wise + Bhakti Explosion Kirtan – Love Heals All Wounds Tour
- When: March 23, 2019 Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
- Where: eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
- Cost: $22 - $108 (Plus Applicable Service Fees)
VIP Doors - 5:30pm
GA Doors - 6:30pm
Show - 7:00pm
Hanuman Presents… David Newman joins forces with Katie Wise + Bhakti Explosion for an inspired and uplifting kirtan concert that will celebrate hope, peace, and universal love through devotional call and response singing. With their warm sound and east-meets-west grooves, this evening of soulful mantra rock will get your body moving and your spirits soaring.
Heart-centered yogis who love to rock ‘n’ roll, David and Katie have headlined some of the biggest sacred music and arts festivals in the US and internationally. Together on tour for the first time, the bhakti-duo and their band promises to deliver an ecstatic evening of joy and jams.
David and Katie will be joined by Bhakti Explosion members: Yoshi Aono, Makaysha Rain, Noah Rouse Wilson IV, Gayan Gregory Long and John Hoelle.
$22: 40 Discounted tickets available to those who need them. Please pay as lead from your heart.
$28: General Admission
$35: At the Door
$75 VIP experience - Join this special event with an extra dose of love and healing: Premier seating area, pre-show meet and greet with David, Katie, and the band, and delicious and nourishing catered food from Shine Restaurant at eTown before the show. (limited to 50 tickets - must be purchased before Friday 3/22)
$108: VIP ‘Inner Circle’- All the yumminess of the VIP experience: (Premier seating area, pre- show meet and greet with the band, delicious catered food from Shine Restaurant at eTown), PLUS you’ll get to join the band in the backstage green room for the pre-show circle-up to set intentions for the night, as well as backstage access after the show. (limited to 10 participants - must be purchased before Friday 3/22)
Katie Wise + Bhakti Explosion
Heart-centered yogis who love to rock ‘n’ roll have been flocking to Katie Wise + Bhakti Explosion’s live kirtans on the West Coast, and at the biggest sacred music festivals in the US and internationally, such as Lovelight, Unify, Arise, Hanuman Festival, Bhakti Fest, Shakti Fest, Festival of Colors USA. Stonehenge Music Festival, and Holistic Manchester.
Based in Boulder, Colorado, this bhakti-infused powerhouse band pulses with rootsy world soul, featuring angelic harmonies that soar over an array of western and Indian instruments.
Their debut album, Lovolution, is praised by Dave Stringer as combining “beautifully nuanced country and Americana influences, inflected with just the right amount of Eastern mysticism.” Produced by Grammy-nominee Ben Leinbach and featuring guest vocals by Jai Uttal, Lovolution has received acclaim in the US (Yoga Journal, Yoga International), UK (Kindred Spirit, Yoga Magazine) and Australia (Soul Traveller Radio, and Australian Yoga Life), and was named “best chant album of the year” by American promoter Lloyde Barde. David Newman calls leader Katie Wise "a solid force and presence for those who look to their music for peace, heart, groove, and spiritual inspiration.”
Katie Wise + Bhakti Explosion are America's pioneers of mantra-rock music. Their music has the power to heal and inspire the world. More at bhaktiexplosion.com
David Newman is a sacred kirtan artist, singer-songwriter, author, and inspirational teacher. David, also known as Durga Das, has released twelve acclaimed albums, including the #1 iTunes World Music bestseller Love is Awake. David is also the author of the The Timebound Traveler and the founder of the Stay Strong Project. David’s music is a celebration of spirit diving deep into the power of kirtan, and spreading conscious lyrics with a message of hope, peace, and universal love.
“At David Newman’s kirtan, the event’s volume knob seemed to go from low-level joy to full-on bliss, the kind you feel after climbing a gorgeous mountain or ending a tough run on a strong sprint.” -The Washington Post
“Though David Newman has a deep sense of tradition in his music, there is also something thoughtful, poetic, personal, and almost romantic about his songs.” -Yoga Journal
“David Newman is reminiscent of George Harrison, Bob Dylan and Paul Simon when they are in soul mode.” -LA Yoga Magazine