Come Shine with TribaLights during Tribal Nights, Healing Arts Festival & Fundraiser! Tap into Self and Connect with ALL as Love guides our Movement together.
Experience connection through a community drum circle, movement, ecstatic dance, sound healing, live artists, tribal markers, reiki, massage, cuddle dome, tea lounge, local art, food vendors, elixir bar, kids parkour, community canvas, silent auction, hugging booth and MORE!
ALL are welcome to this family friendly, intoxicant-free fundraiser for TribaLights Non Profit 501(c)(3). Proceeds will go towards our Teen Outreach Initiative!
Many mental and emotional health issues can lead to homelessness, addiction, depression, anxiety, PTSD and suicide. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention shows suicide as the second leading cause of death among young people.
The best way to prevent these issues from escalating is to focus on prevention at a younger age. That’s why we are raising funds! Tribal Nights, Healing Arts Festival & Fundraiser will showcase many healing practices to benefit the participants while raising support for our cause.
For every $4k raised we will be able to host a peer-support festival at a local LA high school, providing access to positive peer groups, influencers and coping practices.
All peer influencers at these events are trained to relate with teens by disclosing their own experiences as teenagers. By sharing how they overcame their own issues as teens, students are inspired to join positive peer groups.
These peer support festivals offer experiential workshops that leave Teens with holistic practices that help them cope with the problems they face.
We also partner with Local University Arts Programs, giving High School Seniors an opportunity to enrol into different Holistic Career Paths.
Saturday March 28th, 2020
5:30pm – 9:30pm
The Santa Monica Bay Woman’s Club
1210 4th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401
If you cannot make it but will still like to donate please follow the link below:
To bid on the Silent Auction please visit:
5:30: Doors Open
5:45 – 6:45 (Main Room)
Motherland drummers will lead you deep into the matrix of sound, vibration and rhythm. Experience the power of the African drum used for centuries by ancient cultures to tap into a natural unseen reality used for healing, peace, survival and all positive aspects of our nature. Let go, be free of negativity and embrace harmony. (Drums Provided)
6:00 – 7:00 (Family Area)
Tribal Markers Workshop with Amir Magal
6:50 – 7:00 (Main Room)
First Nations Member will amplify our intention within an opening ceremony.
7:00 – 8:00 (Main Room)
Jeffrey Nash will lead a contact improv style exploration intended for you to deepen your experience of yourself, your healing and your bliss while developing more powerful ways to interact with others.
7:00 – 8:00 (Family Area)
Kids Parkour with Ninjosh Tree Dweller
8:00 – 9:10 (Main Room)
Phoenix Thunderbird will DJ and Facilitate a 5 Elements Dance Journey to guide us through the embodiment of energies that make all life possible.
8:00 – 9:00 (Family Area)
Nectar flow an Embodied Dance Journey with Teresa Cisneros
9:10 – 9:20 (Main Room)
Sound Healing Collaboration lead by Sequoia Belle La Vie
9:20 – 930 (Main Room)
Minimum Suggested Donation – $33
General Donation – $1 – $110
VIP Donation – $111 – up
Includes: Free access to bodyworker – Intuitive Readings – Food/Drink Vouchers & Unlimited Hugs!
This is a donation to TribaLights. With your contribution we will be able to provide at risk youth access to positive peer groups and holistic wellness services.
TribaLights Official 501(c)(3) NonProfit EIN 83-0698667
*** No one turned away for lack of funds***
If you are a teenager or receiving any type of mental health service, click the link below to apply for a scholarship.
(First come first serve. Limited to the first 50 applicants)
Public parking garage next door due south.
Huge ballroom dance floor!
Dress to express with MOVEment!
Bring Your Own Instrument!
Apply to become a vendor, sponsor, contributor and/or volunteer to help us with our mission at www.TribaLights.org