Talking Rocks Venue Announces Its Own Multi-Day, Multi-Cultural, Music, Food, & Gemstone Showcase
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Gather your friends & family in Southwestern Colorado at the legendary Talking Rocks venue this Fall. Get ready for three days of camping, dancing, eating, holistic healing, art, environmentalism, and an epic Gem & Mineral show.

HESPERUS, Colo. - CuisineWire -- The Colorado, eco-conscious event space, Talking Rocks, is announcing their very own Harvest Festival, The Roots, Rocks, Equinox. Located in SW Colorado, the event space is dedicated to "providing the four corners live Education, Art, and Music." Taking place September 20th - 22nd, this unique event already has strong roots in place between its proven-successful venue, mega-talented entertainment, and epic gem & mineral showcase.

The entire family is welcomed to enjoy great music, locally produced and organic food, camping, art, vendors, gems & minerals, holistic healing, environmentalism and more. Among the list of talented performers, you'll find Zion I, Chris Karns (of Pretty Lights Live), Tnertle, and Tito Puente Jr. Up-and-coming local bands Niceness, Elder Grown, and Liver Down The River are also set to play, who each have significant followings in the area.

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Talking Rocks has hosted many multi-cultural events in the past, including the recent One Vibration Music & Arts Festival. The primary focus at Talking Rocks is Education, with an emphasis on sustainability and permaculture. There will be no shortage of this emphasis at the event. Expect workshops, thought-sessions, and more.

SharedViews Media Group is a local Colorado media company who will handle press inquiries, sponsorship/partner acquisition, as well as on-site media coverage. The organizers are currently accepting vendor, food-truck, artist, and media applications, as well as sponsorship activations. All are encouraged to inquire.

Tickets are available >here< but get them while supplies last as event creators Jake Collette and Josh Goldman intend to keep tickets rather limited. This is to protect not only the intimacy and overall vibe of the event but also to maintain respect and balance with the 30+ acres of pristine land this event calls home

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