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Rootwire Seeks To Transform Mind, Body, And Soul Through Music And Art

first_imgFind tickets, additional festival information and an in-depth look at all RW2K17 has to offer at www.RootwireFest.com. Check out Rootwire’s Facebook page at this link. For a full list of artists, check out the festival banner below: This year’s Rootwire Transformational Arts Festival is proving that a music festival can truly be a transformative affair in all facets. Set to take place July 20th-23rd at Wisteria Campground in Pomeroy, OH, this year’s Rootwire not only features some of the most progressive acts on the scene today such as The Polish Ambassador, Phutureprimitive, Govinda, Spiritual Rez, David Starfire, Manitoa, Clozee, and a rare festival appearance from RJD2, but it also puts just as much emphasis on the unique Workshops, Classes, and Visual Arts aspects of the festival.Community and Collaboration is the central focus of Rootwire, with all of the music and non-music related activities and presentations never being compromised by overlapping. The point is to give everybody in attendance the opportunity to take part in each of the equally important aspects of the event as a whole, and not be concerned with missing one thing for the other. No other festival allows for this complete and utterly inclusive vibe, which makes Rootwire a truly unique experience unto itself, leading the way in what a festival can actually be and achieve.Listen to a Rootwire Transformational Arts Festival playlist, via Spotify, below:Featuring two giant main stages, complete with Live Art and Performance Collaboration Platforms, there will undoubtedly be some stunning visuals created by various artists to go along with the next-level music being put out into the universe by the musical acts on stage.  Along with the musical, visual, and performance art, the multitude of workshops featured at Rootwire is nothing short of astounding. Various workshops featured include Yoga, Meditation & Spirituality, Sustainability & Permaculture, Healing Arts, Leadership, and much more, led by speakers and leaders from each area. If change and evolution is what you seek, this is your opportunity to take the necessary steps in that direction, and to actually walk the talk. A collective mindset is at the Root of the Wire!For the amount of music, art, and community you receive at Rootwire Transformational Arts Festival, full fest passes are at an extremely competitive price of $125. If you are a person that enjoys some reflexology, massage, and sound healing, your pass also includes Free Body Work from a variety of Masters that will be in attendance at the festival.last_img read more

EPL: Obafemi spoils Man U’s Champions League party

first_imgManchester United’s Champions League chase stalled as substitute Michael Obafemi struck in stoppage time to earn dogged Southampton a deserved draw at an empty Old Trafford.The Court of Arbitration for Sport’s decision to lift Manchester City’s two-season European ban meant a fifth-placed Premier League finish would not be enough to seal a return to the continent’s top table. United looked set to move up to third after Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial turned things around following Stuart Armstrong’s early opener, only for Obafemi to direct home at the death to seal a 2-2 draw.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side remain fifth after blowing the chance to move ahead of Chelsea and Leicester on Monday night, when the frustration was clear on the face of the Norwegian and his players.Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men deserved a share of the spoils, though.Their relentless pressure forced Paul Pogba into an early error that Armstrong capitalised on.But United produced a response that the watching Sir Alex Ferguson would have been proud of, with Rashford equalising in the 20th minute and Martial turning things around with a superb strike three minutes later. Southampton midfielder Oriol Romeu was fortunate to avoid punishment for a foul on Mason Greenwood in a first half that made way for cagey second period, with David De Gea producing a superb stop to deny Nathan Redmond late on.United looked set to hold on, only for Obafemi to get to a corner before Victor Lindelof to snatch a late point for Saints.Both managers stuck with unchanged sides having impressed since the restart and Saints started on the front foot in the north west.But early poise in possession veered into over-confidence when James Ward-Prowse uncharacteristically lost control, with Martial pouncing on the loose ball and forcing Alex McCarthy into a superb one-handed save.That chance was against the run of play as United were penned back and given little time to breathe, with the visitors’ constant pressing bringing them an opener inside 12 minutes. Danny Ings caught Pogba in possession just outside his own area and the ball fell to Redmond, who clipped a lovely cross over to Armstrong, who took a touch and slammed home at the far post.It was a nightmare start for United but, just like their last home match against Bournemouth, they quickly turned things around.While Rashford was rightly adjudged offside before turning home a Luke Shaw cross, he would find a 20th minute leveller.Pogba’s cross into the box was held up under pressure by Martial, who managed to prod through for the England forward to strike low past McCarthy.RelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Red Devils attack Palace And, by the 23rd minute, United had turned things around.Martial took possession from Bruno Fernandes on the left and cut inside past Kyle Walker-Peters before unleashing a thumping strike into the top left-hand corner.McCarthy prevented Pogba adding a third from distance, but the drinks break had taken the sting out of a helter-skelter opening.The main talking point after that was Romeu’s challenge on Greenwood, which somehow avoided punishment by VAR.Saints returned from the break with renewed hunger as Redmond and Ings looked to draw them level, with Armstrong seeing penalty appeals ignored.Rashford went close with a dipping shot at the other end, but Solskjaer’s frustration at their inability to finish the game off was underlined by a furious bellow at Fernandes.Rashford saw an effort somehow blocked from point-blank range, with Shaw limping off before Martial blazed into the Stretford End after a slaloming run.But Saints were continuing to ask questions, posing problems down the flanks and testing United’s resolve.De Gea forced a wonderful fingertip stop to thwart Redmond before a sickening collision between Walker-Peters and Brandon Williams led to a lengthy break in play.But instead of ending in a whimper, the game provided late drama as Obafemi turned home a stoppage-time corner to the disbelief of the United contingent.Tags: Court of Arbitration for SportsManchester UnitedMichael ObafemiOld TraffordUEFA Champions Leaguelast_img read more