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Top Ten Reasons Not to Miss the ARISE Music Festival 7th Year Celebration

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Aug 2-4, 2019 • Sunrise Ranch • Loveland, Colorado

1) THE MUSIC – The 7th Year Celebration will feature a not-to-be missed lineup across 7 stages including: TIPPER (2 sets), Beats Antique, Railroad Earth (2 sets), SunSquabi, CloZee, Rising Appalachia, Voodoo Dead (2 sets), Aqueous, The Main squeeze, Marvel Years, DEFUNK, Maddy O’Neal, Cycles, Goopsteppa, Satsang, Evanoff, Tenth Mountain Division, Lucid Vision, Frameworks Live Band, The Reminders and so many more!


2) EXTRAS – Included in your ticket is walk-in camping, yoga, workshops, films, speakers, presentations and much more.

3) CHILDREN’S VILLAGE – KIDS 12 & UNDER FREE – The ARISE Music Festival features a children’s village with fun activities all day, and a designated family campground for families of all sizes.

4) THE ART – Feast your eyes on a visual array of live art, galleries, art installations and top-shelf performance/visual art including productions with TIPPER, Beats Antique, CloZee and more!

5) GREAT VARIETY OF FOOD & BEVERAGES: – You can grab a specialty organic Ozo coffee, a refreshing Odell craft beer, a high-quality meal from the Food Truck Village or feast away with the freshest possible food at the Sunrise Ranch Farmers Organic Market where all the food is grown right there at the Sunrise Ranch farm.

6) VILLAGE PEOPLE: ARISE features a Children’s Village, Solutions Village, Wisdom Village, Healers Village and a mouth-watering Food Truck Village.

7) A GREAT VALUE: Your ARISE 3 Day pass gets you access to all scheduled programming available. Over 200 scheduled events!

8) THE LOCATION: Located on a 350-acre organic farm, only an hour from Denver and the Denver International Airport, the beautiful Sunrise Ranch is easy to access. Surrounded by sweeping valley views and nestled in an unrivaled red rock landscape – the festival site is nothing less than truly epic.

9) THE ETHOS: ARISE plants a tree with every ticket sold, does not sell water in plastic bottles, plus offers workshops, panels and moderated dialogues on leading sustainability and environmental practices. ARISE is dedicated to a leave-no-trace ethos and to being a vehicle for artists and activists that speak up and take a stand on relevant social issues that affect our shared world.

10) YOU DESERVE IT: It’s been said before, and it will be said again: you bring the greatest magic! It’s your presence, participation and smile that makes everyone want to do this again year after year. You deserve to be a part of this magical co-creative experience!



I wish I never spent my money on that unforgettable experience where I connected to nature, made new friends, danced under the stars, discovered music and felt more alive than I have in recent memory …” – said by nobody (ever). “An independent, family-run, leave-no-trace event.”

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