Join the world's largest simultaneous music and dance event at Earthdance Vancouver

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Tune in online to Earthdance TV all day Saturday for various live feeds from around the world. Vancouver goes on from 8pm-10:30pm for our Conference then on till late at

More information on the global event that takes place Saturday Sept 18th.

Perception, Tribal Harmonix and Stereoshift combine forces to bring you Earthdance!

The Earthdance is a Global Dance Festival for Peace, which has grown to become the world's largest simultaneous music and dance event.

Earthdance events have occurred since 1996 in over 360 cities in over 60 countries, with locations ranging from the club-lands of New York to the rainforests of Brazil.
The aim of the event is to bring together global communities to create a synchronized global festival and a dance event to help fund humanitarian causes and develop an environment of peace and communion throughout the global aware communities.

The highlight of the Earthdance is a simultaneous link up, when every event across the world plays the 4 minute Prayer for Peace track. Synchronized at the same time, morning in the Australian rainforest, midnight in London and sunrise over the Himalayas, the Prayer for Peace is a profound and powerful moment that unifies our intentions for world peace and the healing of the our planet.

2010’s focus is Embracing All Traditions – recognizing and honoring the diversity of faiths and cultures that make up our human family.

This years chosen charities are Pivot Foundation and W2
Check these web-links for more info on these two great organizations both working to benefit marginalized people.

Earthdance partial poster

More information on the events throughout Saturday, Sept 18th, 2010.

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