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12 September 2006 @ 07:37 pm
EarthDance 2006  

Tidewater Talents for Peace presents

Earthdance 2006

in Virginia Beach, Virginia USA


Join us on Saturday, September 16th for a full day of fun for the entire family. We're celebrating with 50 countries and over 360 cities around the world. Come to enjoy live music and dance performances, interactive workshops, children's activities, food, vendors of exotic merchandise, chair massages, readings, Reiki, henna and.....people of like minds who want peace on earth, personal freedom and goodwill towards all.


September 16th, 2006 Event Date (s):

12 Noon Time Doors Open:

7PM Time for Prayer for Peace:

The KOA Campgrounds Venue:

General Booth Blvd. Virginia Beach Address:

Coming from the beach area:
Follow Pacific Avenue over Rudee Inlet bridge onto General Booth Blvd. About 1 mile on the left.

From 264: Take the Birdneck Road Road exit and take a right. Cross Virginia Beach Blvd. and follow about 2 miles until the light at General Booth Blvd. Take a right and about a 1/4 mile on the left.

From Kempsville onto Princess Anne Road: Take a left at Farmers Market onto Dam Neck Road and follow about 5-6 miles. Take a left onto General Booth Blvd. About 1/2 mile on right. Directions:

under 12 free. 12 - 16 $10.00. Adult $15.00 Ticket Price:

At gate Ticket Outlets:

Opening Invocation by Kahuna Lono Ho-ala
Wynne Paris Band-World Fusion Music
Isis Rising Drum & Dance Ensemble
Annie Johnson Band-Folk & Blues
Waynne Phillips & Butch Couloumbe-Country Rock
Anointed Song- Gospel
The Desert Jewels Dance Company
Beleza Drumming Group
The Red Cloud Band- Indie Progessive Rock
Desert Wind Dance Company
Drums of Tuatha
Prolific- Rhythm and Blues/Hip Hop
Gypsy Spirit Dance Company
Middle Eastern Band (Oud,Violin & Doumbeg)
The Inchantors Choir
Line Dancing with Laverne
Cricket with Polynesian Dancing
Tabouli Tribe
Spencer Timme- violinist
Maiyah Olivas- Japanese Drums
Poets Nathan Richardson, Pete Freas, D.D. Delaney, Doug Thiele, Sean C.Bowers, and Judith Stevens
Speakers- Reverand Greg Dalle Tezze, Chief Red Hawk Brown, Jean Campell, Drema, Harriet Schley, Ann Williams, Kim Williams, Dani Vedros
Flamenco and Native American dancing
Interactive dance & drumming circles
Dance workshops
More to come..... Artist Line-Up:

Folding chairs What to Bring:

IsisRising1@aol.com or savanegas@yahoo.com

The Peace Bridge Featured Charity:



Position Statements
To bring aid to traumatized children in war zones.

3 additional charities:

Hampton Roads Indy Media Coalition www.hrimc.org
The If Journal www.ifjournal.org
Catholic Workers

This event was made possible with generous support from:
 Garrett Enterprises
 www.sdlSkin science.com