The Joshua Tree Music Festival presents Heart of the Matter
Dates: October 7-10, 2021
Location: Joshua Tree Lake RV & Campground
2601 Sunfair Rd, Joshua Tree, CA.
More Information and Tickets: https://joshuatreemusicfestival.com/
The Joshua Tree Music Festival takes place every May and October at the gateway to the world-renowned Joshua Tree National Park. The four-day festivals are immersive, inclusive, and inspiring experiences catering to music and art-loving funsters and families with a sense of adventure.
Since its founding in 2003, the Joshua Tree Music Festival has presented worldly music experiences on several stages, underneath a huge, star-filled desert sky in the shadows of the Joshua Tree National Park. The festival combines its musical program with magnificent art installations by many of the area’s talented artists, a full spectrum of yoga and spiritual classes, music workshops, a robust Kidsville schedule, a world marketplace featuring clothing, instruments, unique items crafted by local and international artists, and a variety of food and beverage vendors! Camping is on-site and included with tickets and CasaGoGo, located at the festival grounds, offers cozy trailer rentals for those who want a little extra comfort. With everything you need right on-site, there’s nothing left to do but relax, unplug and fully immerse yourself in the Joshua Tree Music Festival experience!
This October will mark two full years since the festival has taken place at its longtime home, the Joshua Tree Lake RV & Campground. JTMF Presents: Heart of the Matter is about getting back to basics, relishing in meaningful interactions, reintegrating, reconnecting, and revitalizing.
JTMF Presents: Heart of the Matter is an invitation to regroup and reconnect with the festival community. Over four days and nights, attendees can enjoy a relaxed schedule of music, yoga, workshops, and a marketplace. This is an all-ages family-friendly event.
To make room for more healing and feeling, the JTMF experience will be transformed. Fewer people. More space. Fewer concurrent activities. More time to engage one another. Says festival founder Barnett English.
While some things change, much remains the same. Attendees can expect supreme live music experiences to feed the soul, deep-dive workshops to uplift and inspire, random acts of mindfulness inviting them to interact and connect, spontaneous eruptions of gratitude, and the friendly familial spirit that Joshua Tree Music Festival is known for.
Lineup: Dirtwire, Orgone, Mike Love, Moontricks, Smoked Out Soul, Symone French, and the Trouille Troupe, Autonomix, Collectivity, Gabriella Evaro, and Father Taj.
With the health and wellbeing of patrons and crew a priority, Joshua Tree Music Festival will be implementing additional safety protocols including limiting the number of attendees, increased sanitation, and an interim refund policy to make it easier for ticket holders to stay home if they are sick. We are aware this situation will continue to evolve and we will be ready to adapt our policies to follow county, state, and CDC guidelines as needed says English.
Also coming up at the Joshua Tree Music Festival site this October, JTMF is thrilled to partner with folk singer/songwriter/storyteller extraordinaire Steve Poltz to produce the inaugural BaHOOTenzie FolkFest (October 1 & 2) and SongSchool (September 28-30). Join Steve Poltz and wildly talented friends for a magical and intimate experience, we’ll dance, laugh, cry, hug, harmonize, unplug and unwind. BaHOOTenzie information can be found at: joshuatreemusicfestival.com/bahootenzie.