Sacred Music for Sacred Forests with Krishna Das and Friends – a benefit concert for preservation of wild tigers and their wild habitat in India. Conservation of wilderness is a big part of diminishing the challenges of global warming.
Join us for this intimate evening of sacred music to honor and conserve the sacred groves of wild India, home of the majestic tiger. Friends of Krishna Das including Nina Rao, Arjun Bruggeman, Mark Egan, Devadas, Janaki Kagel and other special guests will open the evening with Krishna Das kirtan anchoring the event for a major part of the evening.
This gathering is a benefit in support of Dr. Ullas Karanth and his daughter Krithi K. Karanth’s conservation work in the remaining forests of India. Both are widely respected as India’s preeminent tiger conservationist and biologist team see their work on https://cwsindia.org/. The evening is hosted by Saving Wild Tigers.org.
100% of net proceeds after the hard costs of venue and sound engineering, go directly toward the field protection of India’s forest, the intricate ecosystem that is the home of the tiger. All musicians are appearing gratis in support of the tiger and the event is being produced and promoted entirely by volunteers.
Doors open at 7pm.
General Admission, pews style seating
Ticket price is $54 + 4.92 fees = $58.92
Tickets are non- refundable, you may transfer your ticket to a friend if you are unable to attend by simply sharing your ticket confirmation with them.
No paper tickets will me mailed. Please give us your name at Will Call or print your ticket at home.