3rd Unity Tribe Gathering. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for!

3rd Unity Tribe Gathering. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for! Winter Celebration Potluck: Ecstatic Dance, Sound Healing, Kirtan Jam Session, Dances of Universal Peace, Movement, Meditation.

Gather with us as we share our vision for a better world!

Saturday November 15, 7:30pm-midnight

♪ღ♪*•.¸¸¸.•*¨¨*•.¸¸¸.•*•♪ღ♪¸.•*¨¨*•.¸¸¸.•*•♪ღ♪•*♪ღ♪*•.¸¸ As a collective, we stand for personal & global health, individual & community participation, creativity, activism, permaculture, and consensus decision making. For our children, and for our collective future.

***THERE WILL BE A POTLUCK throughout the event. Bring your favourite vegetarian dish!***


Eric Mandala & Zu Zen & The Bhakti Connection

A little more about us:

As a community of passionate individuals, we strive towards developing self-sustaining off-the-grid intentional communities. We envision these ecovillages as places for people to live in harmony with the earth and one another.

This community is a welcoming space for people to develop themselves and their communities through intentional practices, creative 0endeavors, permaculture, and communal living. We hope to network with other working ecovillages to foster a supportive collective of communities that share resources, expertise and relationships. We also plan on using our collective passion as a means to mobilize for environmental and social justice issues locally and around the world.

The funds raised from this event will go towards developing an intentional eco-village in Ontario.

Cost: $10 to $15 (sliding scale) at the door.
50 person capacity


Founder of “Mandala World Music” an international ethnic fusion world music group with people from all around the world. He uses traditional influences of music and art to create new and dynamic original material. He has traveled around the world collaborating with 100’s of artists under the name Mandala. His focus is to bring sacred styles of art and instrument together for a new fusion in this multi-cultural world. ERIC MANDALA has played on, produced, and recorded over 15 albums around the world. He has played Festivals around the world in 6 continents: Salvador Brazil Jazz Fest, Burning Man, Earth Dance, Mystic Garden Party, Eclipse Fest, Mardi Gras, Carnival, Indidjinus Fest, Tribal Vision Fest, NZ Luminate Fest, Kuranda Roots Fest, Australia Solstice Fest, Space Gathering Fest, Kaleidoscope Gathering Fest, Dragonfly Fest, In the Light Fest, Wiccan Fest, Naturopolis Fest, Y2K-X Live Looping Fest, The Fringe Festival, The Mad River Fest, Sonic Fest, Japan Tsumugi Fest, Kyoto International Fest, One Earth Fest, Yamauto Fest, 7 Colour Fest, THe Eden Festival , Peace Village Fest, Mataharythm Fest, Moon Circle Fest, Antaru Fest, Rakuon Rakujitsu Fest, United Cultures Fest, Earth Day Fest, Tanabe Connection Fest, Universal Language Fest, Live Life Fest, Tribal Revival Fest, C.K.S. Taiwan Lantern Fest, Dan Shui River Fest, Spring Scream Fest, Riverside Fest, Malioboro fair, Arma Museum, Parihaka Festival, Prana Festival, Shivaratri Fest to name a few… When performing solo he does live looping & produces Electronica using Ableton Live and plays over 100 ethnic and modern instruments from around the world. He sings in Universal Language mixing ancient tongues and ethnic styles of vocals with modern sound scat poetry. He builds & plays African harps like the Kora & kamale n’goni. We hope you enjoy listening
to the music because they sure love to make it! If you haven’t seen this original show yet be sure to catch it as soon as possible!


The Bhakti Connection have been sharing the spirit of kirtan and chant in Ottawa, Canada since 2007. Together they bring a multi cultural ‘unity’ kirtan to new heights, using the voice and music as the key to bring spiritual unity. The Bhakti Connection’s musical background brings together a variety of styles and influences to create a vibration and energy that is unique.
Kirtan is a devotional group singing, or chanting meditation, with roots going back far into ancient history. It is a form of Bhakti yoga (devotional yoga) and reaches deeply into the spiritual heart.
The Bhakti Connection hosts a musical journey around the Sacred World. Be it from Ancient texts or modern melodies, The Bhakti Connection works them into a smooth meditative experience.
2011 saw the release of their 1st album. 2013 saw the release of their second album, “For All the Beings”.
The Bhakti Connection can be found leading kirtan and hosting Sound Yoga workshops at various yoga centres in Canada, and internationally, as well as playing at festivals and other events. Each year they host a yoga music festival called “Bhakti in the Woods” at the end of August www.bhaktiinthewoods.com . Their first European tour of Belgium and Netherlands was in March 2014. Next Euro tour slated for Spring 2016!
Join The Bhakti Connection in their musical journey across the ages. No passport is required, just your heart and soul as you sing along with the group, play some shakers or drums or just sit back and listen. Let it take you where you need to go.