The SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL is presenting an evening of international sacred music. We are bringing devotional songs, medicine chants, mantras and the truest expression of our devotional hearts out to a public that may not ever have been introduced to this genre! Come and enjoy a magical evening with 3 original song-writers/sound shamans plus our musical support guests in the heart of the Bay Area!
SFIAF celebrates the arts by bringing together a global community of artists and audiences.
Chad Elliott Wilkins is from Australia and will be touring the US this summer. http://chadwilkinsmusic.com
He is sharing the bill with Ilan Navah, our favorite local song shaman. http://www.ilannavah.net
Eostar Kamala - originally from Hungary -is presently local to the Bay Area. www.eostar.net
Mathias Pailas - is a Bay Area based guitarist, co-founder of Double Dose and WEB of ONE, with a history of 30 years supporting many conscious music artists with his psychedelic guitar virtuosity.
Ryan Whitewolf is a medicine musician raised by an Australian aboriginal family that strives to give nature a voice.
Please keep in mind that these are two separate concerts back to back at the same location.
Early bird tickets are only $12 for each show/ $24 for both. Otherwise $20 each at the door.
You can book your ticket here:
SFIAF presents innovative projects that are focused on increasing human awareness and understanding. SFIAF’s curatorial priorities include developing collaborative projects led by Bay Area artists working with their national and international peers and presenting world-class international artists who often do not have US representation and whose work is rarely (or never previously) seen in the United States.
Details here: http://www.sfiaf.org/directions
Getting to the Fort Mason Center During the Festival
Free Bus Shuttles
There is a free bus shuttle service provided by Storer Coachways to bring Festival ticket holders to and from Embarcadero BART / MUNI Subway Station and to and from 24th / Mission BART Station. more info
The Fort Mason Center is served by the 30, 42, 43 and 49 MUNI Lines, with the 19 and 22 also coming within proximity of Fort Mason.
Most Golden Gate Transit buses to and from Marin County also stop along Lombard Street approximately five blocks from Fort Mason.
Parking in the Marina outside of the Fort Mason campus is free, but likely to be busy (especially on Friday evenings during Off the Grid).
Note: The free parking areas outside of Fort Mason are only available until 10:30pm. Parking tickets are issued after that time.
There is more information on driving directions to the Fort Mason Center on their website here http://www.fortmason.org/aboutus/visitor-information/directions