Gardner's Field, 15898 Route 22, Stephentown, NY, 12168, US, Stephentown, NY, US
1 (413) 464-8183
Bio: Whats happening at Bella Terra 2012 70+ live music acts on 3 stages Community Bonfire Art Installations Live Painting Graffiti Muralling (up to 50' wide x 8' tall) Wellness Oriented Activities Artist Gallery & Co-op Nonprofits & Activist Opportunitites Contests & Prizes VIP and General Admission Passes available (4-day, 3-day, 2-day and/or 1-day tickets) Bella Terra Festival seeks to offer an unparalelled experience to the fans of the live music scene and greater arts community by showcasing uniquely integrated and multidisciplinary programming – a combination of diverse artistic styles that blends traditionally unrelated disciplines into one smooth flowing and cohesive arrangement of performances and exhibitions. Featuring musicians and artists from many genres and backgrounds (ranging from legends who are on top of the scene to the most promising up-and-comers), Bella Terra Festival provides a balance of programming that entices music/art enthusiasts and casual fans alike. In all, more musical acts and 30+ artists will be appearing on 3 stages and at other locations throughout the festival. Bella Terra isn't all fun and games. We also feature edu-tainment programming including workshops and speaker/discussions focusing on important social, political and environmental issues. Recognizing that changing one’s own life for the better goes hand in hand with improving the world around us, Bella Terra advocates that each person pursue his or her own dreams, open their minds and realize their maximum potential while living in harmony with the universe. Bella Terra celebrates a balanced existence, positive outlook, progressive lifestyle, grassroots organization, activism, open mindedness, global unification, creativity and self expression through artistic mediums, Music and art can be a great platform to promote awareness and sustainability, and Bella Terra Festival uses music and art to help spread our message.
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