O’Heart Festival 2018
The O’Heart Festival is a three-day festival in a beautiful tourist village.
Imagine a huge market with stalls spreading from one end of the village to the other with acoustic roots & folk music playing across multiple venues.
This festival is deeply rooted in environmental awareness (alternative energy technologies and sustainability solutions), Wellness & Spirituality (Conscious Living), and live music from the best local musicians. The O’Heart Festival is a not for profit organisation. It is a combined effort of the Tyalgum community, working through the Tyalgum Village Market Association, to put on an annual festival.
The Heart Collectors, Famous Will, Murray Kyle, Silk n Oak, Luke Bennett, Phil & Tilley, Raku One O’Gaia, Manoa, Bill Jacobi, Yoyo Tuki, Northern Rivers Folk choir and more.
Arts & Crafts, Organic, sustainable, hand-made, clothes, plants, jewellery, etc.
Plastic pollution solutions, sustainable architecture, syntropic farming, medicinal honey forests and the future of food production.
2 full days of free kids activities run by a couple of talented primary teachers. Storytelling, Bellydance, making garlands, rice mandalas, twirling batons, kids yoga.
Food & drink
Award winning coffee, a gin bar with sensational cocktails and champagne with edible gold, an artisan bakery, Flutterbies cafe, an authentic Italian gelato shop, organic chocolate, chai harem and much more.
Activities & Workshops
Laughing Yoga, Oryantal meditation, Bellydancing, Deep Peace Immersion, Women’s healing circle.
Wellness & Spiritual
Shamanic Healing, Alchymie sessions, Sacred Circle Hypnotherapy, Essential oils, organic beauty products, Astrology, Palmistry, Crystals, Reiki and more.
Website – find all the updated information here: http://oheartfest.com/
Facebook – regular information posted several times a day: https://www.facebook.com/oheartfest/
Well, simply put, the inspiration behind the Festival is to provide a moment of immersion into a culture of “Opening the Heart”, that is, learning to living on the basis of compassion, love, inclusiveness, environmental awareness and consciously making a difference. It is opening our hearts to our remembrance of what we intuit is possible for humanity. The Festival is the perfect summary of everything that is happening in this tucked away little pocket of mystery and wonder that is called Tyalgum. Many people stumble across the village by chance, only to discover that behind the old world facades and heritage buildings there are worlds of unfolding creativity and delight.