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FESTIVAL

FROM THE DIRECTORS


WHOLE
EARTH
45TH ANNUAL
Friday May 10th, 2014
12pm-10pm
Saturday May 11th, 2014
10am-10pm
Sunday May 12th, 2014
10am-6pm
The UC Davis Police Department reminds us that
this is a drug- and alcohol-free event. In the case of
an emergency, please call 530.752.1230 for re,
police, or ambulance; or dial 911.
A gure of speech.
A gure with speech.
A gure through speech.
A gure in speech.
What should we say here? Who is we, how do you
know this isnt a video game program and were all
computer programs? How do you relate to yourself
and/or everything around you? How do the
thoughts in your mind and words dene and create
your construct of reality?
Look up, youre about to join the interactions again,
how do you react?
Come and kick itttt, curiosity connects through
curious connections.
Love your Directors, Hadeyeh Hidari and Soo Lee
WHOLEEARTHFESTIVAL
@WHOLEEARTHFEST
WEF.UCDAVIS.EDU
#WEF14
PROGRAM COVER
PROGRAM COVER DESIGN BY VALENTINA CEKOVSKI
WHOLE EARTH FESTIVAL INFORMATION.........2-3
DIRECTORS LETTER, CONTACTS, EVENT INFORMATION
FRIDAY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS...........................4-5
SATURDAY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS.....................6-7

SUNDAY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS.........................8-9

KARMA DOME and KARMA PATROL......................10
HEALING and FIRST AID SPACE...............................11
YOGA, MEDITATION, TEA CIRCLES, AND HYDRATION STATION
SPACES....................................................................12-13
ART SPACE, HOOP SPACE, KIDS SPACE,
EXPERIENTIAL SPACE, AND SACRED SPACE
WERC and SORTING GUIDELINES..........................14
ABOUT REUSABLE DISHES AND COMPOSTABLES THIS YEAR
FOOD and BEVERAGES..............................................15
WEF COFFEE BOOTH

CRAFTS BAZAAR..........................................................16
VENDOR BAZAAR.......................................................17
SERVICE BOOTHS, EDUCATION BOOTHS, WEF STAFF CRAFTS BOOTH
QUAD STAGE ARTISTS..........................................18-19
CEDAR STAGE ARTISTS.......................................20-21
DANCE STAGE and FIRE STAGE ARTISTS..............22
WHOLE EARTH FESTIVAL STAFF............................23
SPECIAL LOVE AND THANK YOUS
FESTIVAL MAP - PROGRAM BACK COVER
FESTIVAL MAP DESIGN BY SIOBHAN HUSSEY AND ALEX ESPINOSA
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TABLE of CONTENTS
If your child is lost, go to the Karma Dome. If you are
a lost child, go to the Karma Dome. Before your child
is lost, we have wristbands at the Karma Dome and at
Kids Space. Your cell phone number written on your
childs wristband will help us reunite you should he or
she get lost. For lost and found items, please visit the
Karma Dome.
LOST KIDS & LOST AND FOUND
The Whole Earth Festival is an alcohol-free event.
Thank you for not bringing alcohol onto campus or to
the Whole Earth Festival. The Regents of the University
of California, owners of the UC Davis campus, do not
allow marijuana use on any of its UC campuses. This
includes the medical use of marijuana. All events at
UC Davis have a zero-tolerance for drug and alcohol
possession. People in possession of drugs or alcohol will
be cited. Thank you for keeping the festival drug- and
alcohol-free.
All dogs must be on a leash while at the festival, guided
by a person. Dogs may not be staked down. A human
must be with the dog at all times. Please, do not leave
pets inside your car and make sure your dog gets enough
water. Please pick up after your dog. Thank you.
No camping is permitted anywhere on campus. People
found camping are subject to citation and removal from
campus. The closest public camping is at KOA in West
Sacramento. If you need lodging, the city of Davis
provides a variety of options for your travel, including
local hotels and inns. For more information, please visit
www.davisdowntown.com/hotel-directory.
ALCOHOL & MARIJUANA
DOGS
LODGING
TIME QUAD STAGE CEDAR STAGE
DANCE STAGE &
PROMETHEAN
FIRE STAGE
YOUNG HALL
ROOM 198
10:00 am
10:30 am
11:00 am
11:30 am
Opening Ceremony
(11:50-12:00)
12:00 pm
Clan Dyken
Hippie Soul Dance Groove
(12:00-1:00) 12:30 pm
1:00 pm
1:30 pm
2:00 pm
2:30 pm
3:00 pm
3:30 pm
4:00 pm
4:30 pm
5:00 pm
Mike Osborn
Blues | Rock
(5:00-5:55)
Packard Slim
and the Ultrametrics
Blues | Soul | R&B
(5:15-6:15)
Ocina da Capoeira
(5:00-6:30)
5:30 pm
6:00 pm
David Breaux
Spoken Word
(5:55-6:05)
6:30 pm
Zorelli
Caribbean Jazz
(6:20-7:15)
Seven Factorial
Psychedelic Funk
(6:30-7:15)
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
Boca do Rio
World Beat Samba Funk
(7:30-8:30)
Tha Dirt Feelin
Rock | Funk | Hip-Hop
(7:30-8:30) 8:00 pm
SpokenBird
Promethean Fire Stage
(8:00-9:00) 8:30 pm
Beso Negro
Spanish Gypsy Swing
(8:50-9:55)
Ideateam
Funk
(8:45-9:45)
9:00 pm
Lazertooth
Promethean Fire Stage
(9:00-10:00) 9:30 pm
FRIDAY SCHEDULE
As the sun sets,
watch as the Soular
Dance Stage is taken
over by re spirits
and transformed into
the Promethean Fire
Stage! An exciting
line up of talented
re performers from
near and far will dazzle
the crowds with their
pyrotechnic feats.
This year the theme for Education is Autonomous
Community, honoring and cultivating autonomous
communities and critiqing limitations placed upon
communities autonomous expression. This years
education booths will be highlighting four aspects
of Autonomous Community: Wellness, Education,
Justice and Resource Allocation. Well also be
screening lms during the festival and inviting
speakers and workshop facilitators to present on the
topic of Autonomous Community.
Refer to page 16 for a list of Education Booths!
WHOLE EARTH FESTIVAL EDUCATION
SUSTAINABILITY, THE UC AND ME
Explore three days of realizing, restructuring, and
reevaluating sustainability movements through
diferent lenses.
Workshop Times: Fri-Sun 1:00-2:30pm
Location: Compost & Recycling near Dance Stage
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TIME
EXPERIENTIAL
SPACE
HEALING &
FIRST AID
SPACE
SACRED
SPACE
HOOP SPACE KIDS SPACE
10:00 am
No Workshops
Today
Morning Yoga
w/ Sarah
(10:00-11:00)
10:30 am
11:00 am
Creating
Sacred Spaces
w/ Chelsea
(11:00-12:00)
11:30 am
12:00 pm
Tea Circle
(12:00-9:30)
Traditional Chinese
Tea Ceremoney
w/ Ashley
(12:00-1:00)
12:30 pm
1:00 pm
Guided Meditation
w/ Davis
Shambhala Center
(1:00-3:00)
1:30 pm
2:00 pm Hoopsana Flow
w/ Mailaka - all levels
(2:00-3:00)
2:30 pm
3:00 pm
Vinyasa Flow Yoga
w/ Tara
(3:00-4:00)
3:30 pm
4:00 pm
Intro to Acro Yoga
w/ Francisco
(4:00-5:00)
Plant A Seed!
Home Adventures
of Conservation
w/ Charlotte of Tuleyome
(4:00-5:30)
4:30 pm
5:00 pm
Devotional
Chanting
(5:00-7:00)
5:30 pm
Junk Art Parade
w/ Kids Space Directors
(5:30-6:00)
6:00 pm Guided Meditation
w/ Doug
(6:00-7:00)
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
Letters to a
Loved One
(7:00-9:00)
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
8:30 pm
9:00 pm
9:30 pm
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THANK YOU to our sound engineers providing the ne sounds at Quad, Cedar, and Experiential Space stages: Kevin Windrem and Justin
Voddin of Sweet Spot Sound at Quad Stage and Jeremy Phillips and Sergio Garcia of Round Sound at Cedar Stage and Experiential Space.
Our stage crews welcome and thank all sound engineers, their assistants and emcees Christian Farr, Rev ArmitageSkankz, and guest emcees!
JOIN KARMA PATROL FOR WHOLE EARTH FESTIVAL 2015!
There are many ways to volunteer for the Whole Earth Festival but one of the most popular is by being part of
the Karma Patrol! The Karma Patrol is the backbone of the festival and crucial to the success of having a fun,
sustainable, and safe festival. If you would like to nd out more about volunteer opportunities, Whole Earth
gatherings outside of the festival, and more, use the form to sign up to the email list for all Karma Patrolers
(KPers) at http://wef.ucdavis.edu/volunteers/.
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SATURDAY SCHEDULE
TIME QUAD STAGE CEDAR STAGE
DANCE STAGE &
PROMETHEAN
FIRE STAGE
YOUNG HALL
ROOM 198
10:00 am
Spoken Bird
Glitch | Bass | Dubstep
(10:00-10:35)
Free Voice, Free Spirit
(10:00-11:30) 10:30 am
Maya Burns
Jazz | Mariachi Classic Rock
(10:45-11:25)
Yolo Mambo
World | Latin
(10:45-11:30) 11:00 am
Yoga Hip
(11:00-12:00)
11:30 am
City of Trees Brass Band
New Orleans Funk
(11:45-12:20)
Brazilian Jazz
Jazz
(11:45-12:45)
12:00 pm
Poi To The World
(12:00-1:00)
Birth As We Know It
with Q&A by
Birth Into Being
(12:00-1:30)
12:30 pm
Miss Lonely Hearts
Country | Bluegrass
(12:35-1:30) 1:00 pm
Swoon
Rock
(1:00-1:45)
NorCal Acroyogis
(1:00-2:30) 1:30 pm
Dineh Elders
(1:35-1:50)
2:00 pm
The Lower 48
60s Pop Rock | Indie Folk
(2:00-2:55)
The F Street Stompers
Ragtime | Bluegrass | Americana
(2:00-3:00)
The Environmental
Initiatives of Burning Man
Curated by
Michael Mikel
(2:00-3:35)
2:30 pm
Released Dance Co.
(2:30-3:00)
3:00 pm
Patchy Sanders
Indie Folk
(3:15-4:15)
Fiesta Dance and Fitness
(3:00-4:00)
3:30 pm
Element Brass Band
New Orleans Second Line
(3:40-4:40) 4:00 pm
Ecokinesis Applegate
Dance Co.
(4:00-4:30)
Science and Justice
Panel by Kim Stanley
Robinson and Michael
Blumlein
(4:00-5:30)
4:30 pm
Thick as Thieves
Rock | Hip-Hop
(4:30-5:25)
DJ Big Joe Daddy
Glitch Hop | Neurofunk
(4:40-5:30)
Manasa
(4:30-5:00)
5:00 pm
Eastwind Bellydance
(5:00-6:00)
5:30 pm
Tempest
Celtic Rock
(5:45-6:50)
Massive Delicious
Reggae | Jam
(5:45-6:30) 6:00 pm CAPOEIRA
Agua de Beber
(6:00-7:00)
Edible City
with Q&A by
Andrew Hasse,
Director of Edible City
(6:00-7:30)
6:30 pm
Alicia Murphy
Indie Folk
(6:45-7:45)
7:00 pm
Joy and Madness
Funk | Soul
(7:10-8:10)
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
Big Sticky Mess
Funk
(8:00-9:00)
Big Joe Daddy
Promethean Fire Stage
(8:00-9:00) 8:30 pm
The Tumbleweed
Wanderers
Folk | Soulful Rock
(8:30-9:55)
9:00 pm
Vee
Promethean Fire Stage
(9:00-10:00) 9:30 pm
12:00 - 1:30
YOUNG HALL
2:00 - 3:35
YOUNG HALL
BIRTH AS WE KNOW IT
BY BIRTH INTO BEING
THE ENVIRONMENTAL
INITIATIVES OF BURNING MAN
Birth as we Know It is a groundbreaking documentary on Conscious
birth. It is the most comprehensive guide to Conscious Birth in the worls,
because it delivers a powerful transmission of what it really takes to give birth
consciously and gracefully.
The lm will be followed by a 10 minute talk by the Birth into Being
organization on where the organization is now, followed by a Q and A.
The Environmental Initiatives of Burning Man explores several directions
that this unique desert festival has taken towards making life on earth more
sustainable.
Michael Mikel is a co-founder of Burning Man and has been involved
with its evolution for the past 25 years. In 1992 he drove the rst art car
to Burning Man, edited the rst on-site newspaper and founded the Black
Rock Rangers, a unique community service organization. In 2001 he visited
regional communities across the US during his Tour of America as an
ambassador for Burning Man.
TIME
EXPERIENTIAL
SPACE
HEALING &
FIRST AID
SPACE
SACRED
SPACE
HOOP SPACE KIDS SPACE
10:00 am
Adventures in the
Outdoors - A Guide
For A Good Time
(10:00-11:00)
Morning Tai Chi
(10:00-11:00)
The Real Low Down
on Adrenal Fatigue
and Gluten/Food
Sensitivity
w/ Dr. Gordon Defrese
(10:00-11:00)
Hoopdance
Happiness
w/ Allisone - all levels
(10:00-11:00)
10:30 am
11:00 am
Sexualities in
Intentional
Communities
(11:00-1:00)
Herb Bouquets
and Wreaths
(11:00-12:00)
Introduction to
Meridian Tapping
w/ Kirsten
(11:00-12:00)
Recycled and
Natural Art Projects
w/ Kids Space Directors
(11:00-12:00)
11:30 am
12:00 pm
Therapeutic
AcroYoga
w/ Aaron
(12:00-1:30)
Tea Circle
(12:00-9:30)
Compassionate
Communication
w/ Alex Leach
(12:00-1:00)
12:30 pm
Bamboo Flute
Making
w/ Skyler
(12:30-2:00)
1:00 pm
Bike Power
(1:00-3:00)
Threshold Choir
(1:00-3:00)
1:30 pm
2:00 pm
Color Therapy
w/ Team Dye
(2:00-3:30)
Celebrate Birds!
Wildish Workshop
w/ Ali
(12:30-2:00)
2:30 pm
3:00 pm
Medicinal Plants &
Aromatherapy
(3:00-4:00)
Calm in the Palm
Restorative Massage
w/ Gordy
(3:00-4:00)
Wellness Workshop
w/ Jannat
(3:00-3:45)
3:30 pm
Family Yoga
w/ Wai Mei
(3:00-4:00)
4:00 pm
Collective
Decision Making
(4:00-5:30)
Hooping for
Beginngers
w/ Maya
(4:00-5:00)
Local Native
Plants and Animals
Sustainability
Challenge
w/ Elvira
(4:00-4:45)
4:30 pm
5:00 pm
Divine Meditation
w/ Alka
(5:00-6:00)
Kundalini Yoga
w/ Ram Rai and Friends
(5:00-6:30)
Kaya Kids Yoga -
Family Yoga Practice
w/ Emma and Cara
(5:00-5:45)
5:30 pm
Active Hope
(5:30-7:00)
6:00 pm
Sunset Hatha Yoga
w/ Rheanna and Gordon
(6:00-7:30)
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
Prayer for Peace
(8:00-9:00)
8:30 pm
9:00 pm
9:30 pm
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ABOUT KIDS SPACE
Please be aware that Kids Space is not a babysitting service;
rather children AND their parents are encouraged to come
and enjoy the activities together! To help keep Kids Space
safe and fun, it is mandatory that a parent or parent helper
stay at the Kids Space area with their child. Thank you!
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TIME QUAD STAGE CEDAR STAGE
DANCE STAGE &
PROMETHEAN
FIRE STAGE
YOUNG HALL
ROOM 198
10:00 am
DJ Straightnasty
Funk | Swing | Groove
(10:00-10:45)
Whole Earth Family Jam
Groovy Jam
(10:15-11:00) Flow
(10:00-11:30) 10:30 am
11:00 am
Valo Boheme
Gypsy Dub
(11:00-11:55)
Whiskey Business
Bluegrass
(11:15-12:00)
Reververation/Unmata
(11:00-11:30)
11:30 am
Fiesta Dance and Fitness
(11:30-12:00)
Spirituality in
Autonomous
Community
w/ Aaron
(11:30-1:00)
12:00 pm The AfriCali Genre
African-California
Music Gumbo
(12:15-1:00)
Dank Ocean
Jazz | Funk | Hip-Hop
(12:15-1:00)
KDVS: Spyhunter
(12:00-12:30)
12:30 pm
KDVS: Jr.
(12:40-1:30)
1:00 pm
Fanna-Fi-Allah
Su Qaqqali
Qawwali
(1:15-2:00)
Empowering
the 99% in the 3rd World
Panel by Marissa Weitzman,
David Casey and Brennan Bird
(1:00-2:30)
1:30 pm
Sometimes Warren
Americana | Funk | Soul
(1:30-2:30)
KDVS: Animal Spirits
(1:35-2:25)
2:00 pm
Dgiin
French Folk Funk Fusion
(2:20-3:15)
2:30 pm
The Ital Souls
Reggae
(2:45-3:45)
KDVS: sf
(2300-3:15)
3:00 pm
KDVS: GLSS
(3:20-4:10)
The Bloom Series
Episode 3 New Ways
of The Sacred
(3:00-4:30)
3:30 pm
SambaD
Brazilian | World Dance Music
(3:35-5:00)
4:00 pm The West Nile Ramblers
Hippy Americana
(4:00-5:00)
KDVS: AlephThought
(4:10-5:00)
4:30 pm
5:00 pm
Closing Ceremony
(5:00-6:00)
5:30 pm
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Irena Salinas award-winning documentary investigation into what
experts label the most important political and environmental issue
of the 21st Century - The World Water Crisis. Salina builds a case
against the growing privatization of the worlds dwindling fresh
water supply with an uninching focus on politics, pollution, human
rights, and the emergence of a domineering world water cartel
Marissa Weitzman is representing JUSTA, a non-proft organization
that connects indigenous Guatemalan artisans, global designers,
and sustainable projects.
David Casey has spent the past four years in Guatemala and other
areas of Latin America catalyzing Project Nuevo Mundo.
Earthbench, founded by Brennan Blazer Bird has constructed
more than a dozen benches worldwide, constructed of Bottle
Bricks , which are (mostly) Non-recyclable plastic bottles stufed
with trash.
10:00 - 11:30
YOUNG HALL
10:00 - 11:30
YOUNG HALL
FLOW
NUEVO MUNDO, JUSTA, AND
EARTHBENCH: 3 ORGANIZATIONS
EMPOWERING THE 99% IN THE 3RD WORLD
The Bloom Episode 3 explores the New Ways Of the Sacred that
have emerged in Transformational Festivals, including how they
reinstill a sense of MYTHOS for participants, or an awareness of
our role in a greater multi-dimensional reality and story; fullling
the functions of RITUAL once common for traditional societies and
often missing from contemporary urban life; synthesizing into an
authentically third millennium spiritual culture that is experiencing
and honoring THE SACRED as a community without dogma,
doctrine or charismatic gurus.
Outreach Director Zac Cirivello will facilitate a discussion of the
implications of the series and take questions.
THE BLOOM SERIES SCREENING | YOUNG HALL 3:00-4:30
TIME
EXPERIENTIAL
SPACE
HEALING &
FIRST AID
SPACE
SACRED
SPACE
HOOP SPACE KIDS SPACE
9:00 am Morning
Vinyasa Yoga
w/ Rheanna and Bennett
(9:00-10:30)
9:30 am
10:00 am
Our Toxic World
(10:00-11:00)
Devotional
Chanting
(10:00-11:00)
Family Circle Time
w/ Cara
(10:00-11:00)
10:30 am
11:00 am
Self Help for
Better Health
(11:00-12:00)
Energy Healing
with Hands
(11:00-12:00)
Tapping Into Your
Divine Purpose
w/ Kirsten
(11:00-12:00)
Recycled and
Natural Art Projects
w/ Kids Space Directors
(11:00-12:00)
11:30 am
12:00 pm
Birth Into Being
(12:00-1:00)
Acrobatic AcroYoga
w/ Aaron
(12:00-1:30)
Tea Circle
(12:00-5:30)
Loving Oneself
w/ Alex Leach
(12:00-1:00)
UC Davis
Arboretum
Program Workshop
w/ Melissa
(12:00-12:45)
12:30 pm
Circle Flow
w/ Chelsea - all levels
(12:30-1:30)
1:00 pm
Threshold Choir
(1:00-3:00)
Animal
Communications
Wildish Workshop
w/ Ali
(1:00-1:45)
1:30 pm
2:00 pm
Workers Co-Ops
(2:00-3:30)
Mothers Day
Family Yoga
w/ Casey
(2:00-3:00)
Giggles and Wiggles
Parent and Me
Bellydance
w/ Tatanya
(2:00-2:45)
2:30 pm
3:00 pm EFT Tapping for
Emotional Release
(3:00-4:00)
Kundalini Yoga
w/ Ram Rai and Friends
(3:00-4:30)
Nature Play!
w/ Emma and Cara
(3:00-3:45)
3:30 pm
Water Pump and
Project Compost
(3:30-5:00)
4:00 pm
Poetry in
Sou(u)lidarity
(4:00-5:00)
Y-Not-Origami with
Recycled Paper
w/ Tony
(4:00-4:45)
4:30 pm
5:00 pm
Giant Massage
Circle and
Spiral Hug
(5:00-6:00)
Everyone Can
Make Music!
w/ Kevin
(5:00-5:45)
5:30 pm
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Elvira Paoletti is passionate about teaching for the future,
by developing educational activities for youth that focus
on sustainable lifestyles. Previously she was at WEF as the
director of Students for Sustainable Futures. Currently,
Elvira is an independent study teacher with Heritage
Peak Charter School, and a home-schooling parent. She
organizes group co-op classes for home-schoolers in
Davis, blending Waldorf and Montessori methods.
4:00-4:45
SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGE
KIDS SPACE - SATURDAY
SHARE YOUR WEF EXPERIENCE WITH US!
TAG YOUR PHOTOS or STATUS
#WEF14
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THE
HEALING
FIRST AID SPACE
and
HEALING FIRST AID
We will have trained staf, including the physician director
of the space as well as other physicians, EMTs, Wilderness
First Responders and people trained in basic rst aid. We
will be able to take care of minor physical problems, as well
as seeing those who may have some more serious issues
and helping to decide if the problem is serious enough to
require more sophisticated treatment of-site.
Come get hydrated with us! Free drinking water will be available throughout the festival to ll your bottles and cups. In
the resourceful and zero-waste WEF spirit: Bring your own bottles and cups! During the heat of the day,
rainbow-making misters will also be available for you to cool of under before returning to your festivities!
Come nd us directly across the pathway from the Karma Dome on the East side of the UC Davis Quad. Sounds of
ecstatic, rapidly-cooling and invigorated humans will guide you! Water also available at Healing and First Aid Space!
Spaces will be provided for healing and bringing balance to
the body, mind, and spirit. We will provide FREE body
therapies and practices provided by practitioners of Yoga,
Massage Therapy, Reexology and other holistic
modalities. Refer to the program for times for group yoga
sessions, meditation workshops, morning Tai Chi, and Tea
Circles.
THE WHOLE EARTH FESTIVAL HEALING AND FIRST AID SPACE IS DEDICATED TO THE EASING YOUR DISEASE. WHETHER IT IS A CUT OR A SPRAIN OR
SOME OTHER PROBLEM IN YOUR BODY, WHAT REQUIRES SOME ICE OR A BANDAGE, OR IF THERE IS SOMETHING MORE SUBTLE AND YOU JUST DONT
FEEL RIGHT IN YOUR BODY/MIND/SPIRIT.
HYDRATION STATION
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is proud to present a wide variety of displays and creative
experiences for festival go-ers. Our space will have paintings,
murals, and sculptures on display along with performance art,
interactive pieces and a showcase of all submissions for the WEF
2014 poster design contest.
This year we are excited to feature Dirty Trashy Mamas upcycled art
and dance troupe Flash Mobs, local installation artist Sonya Stone
with her Sea of Debris and Plarn (plastic yarn) demonstrations,
mixed media painter Priya Handas live art creation for your viewing
pleasure, and many more.
For participatory art, we are encouraging everyone to join the
Flash/Trash Mob, or try your hand at our communal canvas in the
HeART gallery lounge space.
will focus on developing environmental consciousness among
young people at WEF. Young people will have an opportunity
to interact with both natural and human-made (reuse, reduce,
recycle) artifacts; these artifacts will be use to create individual as
well as collective art piece to be displayed at festival.
In addition, local community members and groups will share
workshops at Kids Space focused on nature and Earth-care.
Throughout the festival, we will share a rich program and schedule,
we invite your family to come play, learn, interact and share.
Curiosity Connects is the lens in which we designed this space,
maintaining a loving and open atmosphere for young people to
explore and connect to themselves, each other and their Earth.
Hoop Space welcomes everyone and anyone to come play with
beautiful hoops of all sizes. Discover new ways of engaging with
the sacred circle to connect to the earth, the cosmos, and to
align with your galactic center in this whirling wonderland.
Feel the benets of spinal alignment as you strengthen and
connect with your core to create a foundation from which to
spiral beyond perceived limitations.
Feel free to experiment on your own, or ask one of our amazing
volunteers to show you some tricks! All levels of experience are
encouraged to participate in this magical exploration.
This year we have an incredible lineup of hoop workshops that I
highly encourage you to attend! (See the schedule for times!)
ART SPACE
KIDS SPACE
HOOP SPACE
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Experiential Space is a space for inspirational experiences. At
experiential space, you will nd a group of bright minded people who are
gathered by curiosity. Attend workshops, forums and seminars, and build
connections with each other in our interactive activities and hands-on
experiments. Learn from experience, and learn from life.
Sacred Space provides a forum for spiritual awakening and development;
a space that is transformed to awaken and guide us to learn about the
beauty life has to ofer. Workshops and practices that cultivate spiritual
growth and transcendence will be held. One can be guided through
meditation, yoga, healing, massage, breath work, and yoga workshops at
the Sacred Space during the festival.
SACRED SPACE EXPERIENTIAL SPACE
FRI 11-12p
FRI 12-1p
FRI 4-5p
SAT 10-11a
SAT 11-12p
SAT 3-4p
SUN 11-12p
SAT 12-1p
SAT 1-3p
SUN 12-1p
SUN 1-3p
CREATING SACRED SPACES Learn the ancient art of
enhancing and harmonizing the ow of energy in your surroundings
to create happiness and abundance for a clutter free environment.
INTRO TO ACRO YOGA We will y in the sky while stretching
and exploring our bodies in this introduction to Acro Yoga.
INTRODUCTION TO MERIDIAN TAPPING Learn the basics
of Meridian Tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique) a very simple,
life changing, self-healing tool with immediate positive efects.
THRESHOLD CHOIR Threshold Choir honors the ancient
tradition of singing at bedsides of people who are struggling: some
living, some dying. Join us in song or to participate by listening.
THRESHOLD CHOIR Threshold Choir honors the ancient
tradition of singing at bedsides of people who are struggling: some
living, some dying. Join us in song or to participate by listening.
TAPPING INTO YOUR DIVINE PURPOSE Use Meridian
Tapping to more deeply align with your purpose and intuitive
guidance.
TRADITIONAL CHINESE TEA CEREMONY During this
ceremony, one can feel as if they have transferred back to China
while tasting diferent kinds of teas ranging from Oolong to Green.
THE REAL LOW DOWN ON ADRENAL FATIGUE AND
GLUTEN/FOOD SENSITIVITY Dr. Gordon will teach about
appropriate testing not typically ofered by primary care physicians.
COMPASSIONATE COMMUNICATION Workshop topics
include how to strip judgments from our communication, how and
when to give empathy, and be your own Best Friend.
CALM IN THE PALM Utilizing pressure points and
heart-feeling, we will explore the transference of energy between
beings and the realignment of the energy ow (ki) within the body.
LOVING ONESELF Come heal your old wounds, develop new
skills, and not only escape oppression and social conditioning, but
also build up life-long defenses against these social forces.
SAT 10-11a
SAT 11-1p
SAT 1-3p
SAT 3-4p
SAT 4-5p
SUN 11-12p
SUN 12-1p
SAT 5:30-7p
SUN 10-11a
SUN 2-3:30p
SUN 3:30-5p
ADVENTURES IN THE OUTDOORS Acquire skills for the
outdoors through a series of hands-on missions curated by UC
Davis Outdoor Adventures.
BIKE POWER Bike power not only generates sustainable energy
but also create a new possibility for audience to engage in live
shows. Come learn assembling a bike power stage and play with it!
COLLECTIVE DECISION MAKING Learn the process of
democratic decision making, as well as some basic collective
meeting mechanics and the variety of democratic decision rules.
OUR TOXIC WORLD Discussing diferent issues that relate to
toxic chemicals that afect our health and the environment.
Specic topics include: fracking, gmos, and geo-engineering.
WATER PUMP + PROJECT COMPOST Come learn how to
compost, whether its backyard composting or composting with
worms, with Project Compost at UC Davis.
BIRTH INTO BEING Topics include: Limbic Imprinting, Why birth
Matters: What is birth trauma, The Miracle of Your Life, Tri-brain
Theory, Transforming Fear, and Consciousness of Procreation.
SEXUALITY IN INTENTIONAL COMMUNITIES Explore the
limits, denitions, and roles possible within the innite diversity of
human sexuality.
MEDICINAL PLANTS & AROMATHERAPY Workshops in
medicine-making, plant ID, the use of herbs medicinally, and herb
gardening and design presented by American Herb Association.
ACTIVE HOPE This short lecture and workshop will introduce the
teachings of Joanna Macy and the "Work That Reconnects," drawn
from deep ecology, systems theory, and Buddhist philosophy.
SELF HELP FOR BETTER HEALTH Learn to Examine Your Own
Cervix (its okay if you dont have it now!) Presented by Womens
Health Specialists.
WORKERS COOPS Discussion of what a worker cooperative is,
how it is organized, how it works, and how you form one.
About Whole Earth Festival Reusable Dishes
Since 2002, WERC (Whole Earth Reusable Cooperatives) has provided reusable dishes for both food vendors
and festival-goers. This service has become an integral and unique part of the festival such that it saddens us to say
that we are providing compostable dishes this year. In the past years, a dishwasher had been available to WERC.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, that dishwasher has become unavailable to us. Although we have
explored many options to remediate this situation, we have found no efective way to wash enough dishes to keep
both food vendors and festival-goers happy.
While compostables are a better alternative to disposables, we do not see them as sustainable and are currently
working to create a new plan for WERC, so that this is the only year we have to use them. This years compostable
dishes are only a temporary measure, and the reusables will return in 2015.
If you would like to help us bring reusables back, we ask that you will volunteer in Karma Patrol next year. Your
contribution will help make next years reusables program a success. We thank you for your patience and
understanding as we make this transition and wish you a joyous experience this weekend! This years compostable
dishes are only a temporary measure, and the reusables will return in 2015.
Your WERC Co-Directors, Lily Tanner and Chris Myers
COMPOST AND RECYCLING
At Compost & Recycling it is our priority to make the Whole Earth Festivals zero-waste intention a reality. We work
hard to sort the waste that must be created at the festival so it can be correctly reused, composted, or recycled.
Those excited to help us dynamically destruct the waste from the festival, or to break down the zero-waste dialogue,
can nd us on the shaded area between Wellman Hall and Wickson Hall outside the North-West corner of the quad.
Festival goers can nd our bins to move their waste to its next use scattered around the quad. We encourage all
festival-goers to be conscious of the waste they are generating at our festival and to constantly question the
structures that prevent us from being zero-waste all of the time.
COMPOST RECYCLING LANDFILL
Paper Food Scraps
Compostable Dishes
Wax Lined Containers
Compostable Plastics
Cans Plastic Bottles
Glass Bottles Plastics #1-7
Steel Cans
Film Plastics Diapers
Styrofoam Wrappers
Plastic Bags
HOW TO SORT AT THE FESTIVAL
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the quad, choices range from classical ethnic foods to adaptations of American favorites to raw foods and enzyme
enhanced dishes.Some of our food vendors have been at WEF for over 30 years. Some are new to our festival. All of
Big Joes Vegetarian BBQ - Black Bean Burgers, Grilled Mac & Cheese Sandwiches
Get Ice Cream - Coconut Bliss, Julies Organic Cones, Root Beer Floats
Preethi Indian Cuisine - Samosa, Pakora, Masala Dosa, Mango Lassi
Sweet Delights - Salvadorian Pupusas, Portobello dishes, Italian Lollipops
Tantes - Falafel Wrap, Potato Knishes, Deep Fried Artichoke Hearts, Agua De Pepino
Blue Sun - Burritos, Tamale Pie, Quesadilla, Taco Salad, Nachos, Horchata
Pedemonte - Grilled Veggie Wraps, Mushroom Sandwich, Top, the Tofu Dog
The Juicery - Cool Juices, Hibiscus Cooler, Organic Iced Teas and Slushies
Al Forno Feruzza - Hand Stretched Sicillian Pizza with various toppings
Get Ice Cream - Coconut Bliss, Julies Organic Cones, Root Beer Floats
Herbal Junction - Tempeh Rueben, Gaspacho, Enzyme Elixirs, Teas, Espresso
Lydias Organics - Organic, Cooked & Raw, Vegan and Gluten-free foods
Rajas Tandoor - Spinach, Mixed Veggie and Chickpea Curries
Egg Roll People - Coconunt Curry Tofu, Stir Fry, Springrolls, Pad Thai
Aroma Concessions - Pupusas, Quesadillas, Eggplant Pesto Sandwich
Frozen Fantasies - Chocolate Dipped Fruit, Ice Cream Bars, Smoothies
Carmens Taqueria - Tacos, Burritos, Nachos, Fruit Cup, Mango on a Stick
Gourmet Faire - Vegetarian Corn Dogs, Beer Battered Garlic Fries, Raspberry Freeze
Fat Face - Handcrafted Popsicles Stone Soup - Hawaiian Shaved Ice
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
WHOLE EARTH FESTIVAL
STAFF COFFEE BOOTH
East Quad
West Quad
South Quad Cedar Stage
We are pleased to present our local cofee fundraising
booth! We are featuring locally roasted-by-bicycle
Organic Fair Trade single-origin shade-grown iced
and hot cofee from The Pepper Peddler. Our booth
is in the Northeast corner of the Quad.
Whole Earth Festival would like to
thank UC Davis Dining Services for
the generous donations of food that
will support Karma Patrol!
CRAFTS BAZAAR
ACCESSORIES JEWELRY
ARTWORK
BEAUTY
MORE VENDORS
PEACE, LOVE, AND SOY WAX - Candles
KUNIHIRO POTTERY/MK WARES - Decorative Pottery
KIWI SANDALS - Leather Sandals
EARTHSTONES - Sand-carved Slate Plaques, Recycled slate, Re-used Abrasive
KUNA PRINTS by Mama Shaman - Shoes and Boots
HANDPAINTED WOOD PUZZLES - Puzzles and Personalized Name Puzzles
WOVEN MARKET - Baskets, Totes, Purses
HEAD 'N HOME HATS - Hats and Headbands
EUGENE LEATHER WORKS - Backpacks, Purses, Handbags
FIBRE POET - Handbags, Purses, and Tunics
THIMBLEBERRY THREADS - Wall Hangings, Bags, Purses
MYSTIC FABLES - Paintings, Clothing, Leather Bags
COOL SHOES & THE MOCCASIN COMPANY - Moccasins, Boots, Sandals
HOBBIT HOLLOW KNITS - Shawls, Hats, Fingerless Gloves
GOODLIFEROOTS - Bamboo Sunglasses, Wallets, Hats
HIGH SPIRIT FLUTES - Flutes
AFRIQUE DESIGN - Pillows, Tablerunners, Headbands
ASSEMBLAGE - Tables, Wood Bar, Benches, Stools
CREATION - Bags
HARDWOOD CREATIONS - Kitchenware, Desk Accessories, Game Boards
HATTERDASHERY - Hats, Caps, Brim Hats
SCHOLFIELD VALLEY WOOD - Earring Holders, Desk Accessories, Key Holders
NINE DREAM Neckties, Ruanas, Scrunchies, Vest
FANTASY LANE COPPER FAIRIES - Chimes and Copper Fairies with Wings
METALSOULS Metal Sculptures
BLOOMING LOTUS GIFTS Sun Catchers, Mobiles, Stone and Crystal Sculptures
TIMBERLINE STAINED GLASS Freeform Wildelife and Sun Catchers
PACIFIC BLUE TILE Ceramic and Raku Tiles, Magnets
NZALAMBA ARTWORKS Original Batiks, Acid-Free Lithographs, Prints
SAMO'S BONSAI AND GIFTS Bonsai Trees, Cactus, Bamboo
SUMMER OF LOVE SILK ART Silk Wall Art and Greeting Cards
LILYS BONSAI & GIFTS Bonsai Trees and Ceramic Mud Figurines
HAPPY RAKU FISH Hand-thrown Low Fired Potter Fish
BAMBOO WHISPERER Bamboo Decoration
MARGARET KUNZLER POTTERY Mugs, Incense, Burners, Difusers
CLAY FANTASEA Clay Wall Art, Table Vases, Mugs, Sponge Holders
STONEFISH TROUT POTTERY Functional and Decorative Pottery
MICHELLE'S ART DESIGN Framed Pictures and Book Marks
LISCOM HILL POTTERY Bowls, Pots, Candle Holders
VINES ART GLASS Drinking Glasses, Vases, Garden Art
THUMB FUN KALIMBAS Home-grown Gourds
STEN HOILANDWIRE SCULPTURE Wire Sculptures
RECOVER YOUR THOUGHTS Journals
SWEETLAND POTTERY Functional Pottery
ALISSA CLARK CLAYWORKS Mugs, Tiles, Plates
CISCO COLLECTION Vases, Platters, Plates
DANCING TREE STUDIO Mosaic Work and Ceramics
MELLOW MUD POTTERY Sun Faces, Lizards, Flowers
OTHER WORLDS Recycled Glass
JENDALA Magnets and Patio Lights
ART OF CLAY Ceramics
GREEN PISCES DESIGNS Wind Chimes, Wood Signs, Silverware
IMPS AND MONSTERS Paintings, Prints, Comics
WILD EARTH SCULPTURE Clay Sculptures
ZENVASE Vases
LAD POTTERY Animal Pottery and Sculptures
VALERIE SEABERG STUDIOS Lily Pad Sets and Mixed Media Vessels
STUART RATCLIFF Pen and Ink Drawings
PENA FAMILY DESIGNS Wire Decorations
TRES SPA - Soaps, Lotions, Mists
GUINEVERE'S CANDLES - Candles and Lavendar Oils
FLOWER OF LIFE ESSENTIAL BLENDS - Jojoba and Body Oils
KITCHEN WITCH GOURMENT - Teas, Tea Accessories, Tea Baths
SOPHISTICATED SOAP - Art Soaps, Body and Shea Butter
THE RUSTIC BAR - Incense and Soaps
BODY AND HEARTH - Essential Oils, Jewelry, Accessories
SIERRA NEVADA SOAP - Herbal Soaps and Soap Dishes
MYSTIC FABLES - Paintings, Clothing, Leather bags
Waxing Moon Batiks
Jedzebel
Organic Attire
Plum Blossom Farm
Harmony Masterpieces
Sympatico Clothing
Tribal Threads
Be Love
Synergy Organic Clothing
Global Good
Audrey Acosta Designs
Circle Creations
Lobos del Mar/Soulswest
Aurora
Thread and Honey
Blessed Lotus Tribal Wear
Dusty Rose Designs
Necktie Apparel
Sunshine Jubilee/ Hemp Culture
Krinkly Batiks
Renaissance Rags
Xylem Clothing
Spiral Spectrum
Mudita Design
SEAN'S CELTIC CREATION - Pendants, Rings, Earrings
RIDEUM GEORGE' - Rings, Bracelets, Neckpieces
GLOBAL JUST DESIGNS - Textiles and Jewelry
LIGHTSTONES - Pendants, Amulets, Crystal Earrings
LIZ LPATTON DESIGN - Wire Earrings, Necklaces, Pendants, Anklets
CASSANOVAS JEWELRY - Sterling Silver, Pure Seaglass Jewelry
APHRODITE'S TREASURES - Ear, Neck, Wrist, and Ankle Adornments
GRATEFUL BEADS - Terranium Necklaces, Recycled Broken China Jewelry
THE REAL INSECT CO. - Insect, Flower, and Sealife Specimen Jewelry
CRYSTAL VORTEX - Geodes, Crystal Balls, Tumbled Stones
MY CRYSTAL VISIONS - Wire-wrapped Quartz and Crystal Jewelry
SARADA DESIGNS - Hemp Fiber Macrame Jewelry
JIM CANDELARIA - Rings, Pendants, Earcufs
RON PETERSON JEWELRY - Rings, Earrings, Bracelets
JO STAFINBIL JEWELRY - Earrings, Bracelets, Pendants
EARTHWEAR FINE JEWELRY - Bracelets, Necklaces, Earrings
COLORBURST STUDIOS - Earrings, Necklaces, Hair Wraps
COCO LOCO JEWELRY - Organic Tribal Earrings and Pendants, Natural Eco-Rings
JOHN O FUSED GLASS - Earrings, Pins, Pendants, Cuf Links
HARLANGLASS - Glass Beads and Pendants
MOSTLY SWEET JEWELRY - Pendants, Earrings, Bracelets
VENUSIAN ART GLASS JEWELRY - Rings, Pendants, Earrings
AQUAMARINE JEWELRY STUDIO - Earrings, Necklaces, Bracelets
EGGTOOTH ORIGINALS - Earrings, Necklaces, Rings
EILEEN MARIE DESIGNS - Necklaces and Earrings
TONI CATELANI - Earrings, Necklaces, Bracelets
KAYOKO DESIGNS - Metals, Silver, Copper Jewelry
OREGON JEWELRY - Rings, Earrings, Bracelets
SOUMIA VARGHESE - Necklaces, Earrings, Anklets
STONE CIRCLE STUDIO - Amulets, Necklaces, Earrings
JIMA & CARLIE ABBOTT - Rings, Pendants, Pins
PETER BAILEY DESIGNS - Earwires and Earrings
MOSS FOLLOWS - Earrings and Necklaces
SETH DUARTE - Bracelets, Necklaces, Cufs
RUSTIC RUBY DESIGN - Earrings, Necklaces, Bracelets
JEEBAJEWELRY - Rings, Necklaces, Bracelets
JENNIFER EVELYN ARTISAN JEWELRY - Bracelets, Necklaces, Earrings
FROM WAR TO PEACE - Jewelry, Bottle Openers and Stoppers
VOZ JEWELRY - Handmade Jewelry
J P DESIGNS - Bracelets, Bangles, Necklaces
DAVID SIECK - Earrings
RICKEY SCHALLER - Barrettes, Earrings, Mobiles
TALISMANA DESIGNS - Macrame Jewelry and Gemstone Earrings
A PEACE CHAIN - Pendants and Wall pieces
BABA HEIRLOOMS - Pendants and Rings
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VENDOR BAZAAR
CLOTHING WHOLE EARTH FESTIVAL STAFF CRAFTS BOOTH
SERVICE BOOTHS
MYSTIC FABLES - Clothing and Leather bags
WAXING MOON BATIKS - Wearable Art and Organic Clotton Clothing
JEDZEBEL- Organic Cotton Clothing and Vintage Recycled Clothing
ORGANIC ATTIRE - Women and Mens Tops, Dresses, Socks
PLUM BLOSSOM FARM - Felted Scarves, Hats, Purses
HARMONY MASTERPIECES - Recycled Clothing, Organic T-Shirts, Rayon Dresses
SYMPATICO CLOTHING - Jackets, Pants, Tank Tops, Angled Skirts
TRIBAL THREADS - Hemp and Recycled Silk Clothing, Raw Hemp Knit Clothing
BE LOVE - Tops and Pants
SYNERGY ORGANIC CLOTHING - Dresses and Yoga Wear
GLOBAL GOOD - Batik Fabrics, Clothing, Bags
AUDREY ACOSTA DESIGNS - Tops, Dresses, Skirts
CIRCLE CREATIONS - Pants, Shirts, Skirts, Hats
LOBOS DEL MAR/SOULSWEST - Mens Shirt, Pants, Blouses
AURORA - Pants, Shorts, Skirts
THREAD AND HONEY - T-Shirts, Dresses, Wall Hangings
BLESSED LOTUS TRIBAL WEAR - Locally-made Pendleton Wool and Buttons
DUSTY ROSE DESIGNS - Tie Dye Clothing
NECKTIE APPAREL - Vest and Recycled Neckties
SUNSHINE JUBILEE/ HEMP CULTURE - Hand-dyed Hemp Clothing
KRINKLY BATIKS - Upcycled Garments
RENAISSANCE RAGS - Hand-dyed Garments
XYLEM CLOTHING - Clothing and Accessories
SPIRAL SPECTRUM - Clothing
MUDITA DESIGN - Yoga Clothing
HOOKED ON SOLAR Custom Residential PV Solar Systems Installation
HENNA DESIGNS Henna Tattoo and Designs
HEALING HANDS Quality Massages and Body Work
THE GOOD LIFE Chiropractic Services
HENNA GARDEN Henna Tattoo and Designs
DAVIS COMMUNITY ACUPUNCTURE CLINIC Acupuncture/Craniosacral Therapy
FACE & BODY ART BY KATHLEEN Face and Body Painting
IT'S ORGANIC! Organic Fruits and Vegetables Home/Ofce Delivery Service
SOLARCITY Solar Power Systems and Consultation
MEHNDIDESIGNER NEETAS HENNA TATTOOS Henna Tattoo and Designs
THE ALIVE NETWORK Solar Panel Consultation
LAGUNA DEL SOL Premier Clothing Optional Resort
BIFF & BARK Animal Rescue Organization
Come check out our wonderfully diverse collection of goods, molded and
melded and glued and painted and formed and lovingly created by the talented
hands of the Whole Earth Festival staf members, both past and present! If we
can throw an event as spectacular as the Festival, it makes sense that we would
have some artistically creative talent lurking deep in our DNA. And indeed we
do!

Our wares vary year to year....photography, jewelry, ceramics, crochet,
recorded music, cat ear headbands.....you never know what you may nd! And
that is the joy of this booth. We as people are gloriously all over the board and
our handmade wares follow suit.
Look for the double booth with the bedazzeled purple sign that says "Creation
Station" and come support the peeps that have worked so hard to put together
this magnicent festival year after year. Cheers!
EDUCATION BOOTHS
WELLNESS
Vibrant Life Productions The Davis Wellness Way at Defrese Chiropractic
The Center for Soul Healing Health Excellence Sustainable Tahoe
Vaishnava Seva Society Nutritional Self Care Secrets
Heart of the Sky, Heart of the Earth
EDUCATION
American Herb Association Morning Star Ranch Wild Geese Garden Herbs
Esperanto Society of Sacramento Cal Aggie Camp
The Woolman Semester School and Camp Woolman Sierra Institute
Chess Club at UC Davis Davis Spinners Guild
JUSTICE
The California State Grange Kind Communication Welcome Home Doula Services
Citizens Advocating Licensed Midwifery (CALM) Environmental Voices
California Association of Midwives, Region 5 Third Space
Little World Community Organization Grace Alive
RESOURCE ALLOCATION
Sustainable Resource Operations Aggie Reuse Store Wild Campus
The BOG, Biological Orchard and Gardens Environmental Health & Safety
Talbott Solar & Radiant Pesticide Watch Education Fund
Mountain Lion Foundation Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
Sierra Club SunPower Swann Electric Bicycles
The Alive Network/Bay Area Home Solar Panels Chartered Financial Consultant
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QUAD STAGE
SAMBADA
[SUN 3:35-5:00]
DGIIN
[SUN 2:20-3:15]
FANNA-FI-ALLAH SUFI QAQQALI
[SUN 1:15-2:00]
THE AFRICALI GENRE
[SUN 12:15-1:00]
VALO BOHEME
[SUN 11:00-11:55]
DJ STRAIGHTNASTY
[SUN 10:00-10:45]
THE TUMBLEWEED WANDERERS
[SAT 8:30-9:55]
JOY AND MADNESS
[SAT 7:10-8:10]
TEMPEST
[SAT 5:45-6:50]
THICK AS THIEVES
[SAT 4:30-5:25]
PATCHY SANDERS
[SAT 3:15-4:15]
THE LOWER 48
[SAT 2:00-2:55]
MISS LONELY HEARTS
[SAT 12:35-1:30]
CITY OF TREES BRASS BAND
[SAT 11:45-12:20]
MAYA BURNS
[SAT 10:45-11:25]
SPOKEN BIRD
[SAT 10:00-10:35]
BESO NEGRO
[FRI 8:50-9:55]
BOCA DO RIO
[FRI 7:30-8:30]
ZORELLI
[ FRI 6:20-7:15]
DAVID BREAUX
[FRI 5:55-6:05]
MIKE OSBORN
[FRI 5:00-5:55]
CLAN DYKEN
[FRI 12:00-1:00]
Welcome to the Quad Stage! We are at the SouthEast end of the Quad, facing Northward
toward the Karma Dome and Healing and First Aid Space. We present musical acts, spoken
word, and informative emceeing.
QUAD STAGE ARTISTS
CLAN DYKEN In the past century social, political and environmental
movements have created music as much as music itself has stoked the re of
cultural resistance and sown the seeds for a crop of social change. Rock and
roll has altered our society and protests and rallies without music are sleepers.
Clan Dyken has performed around the world helping people nd greater
consciousness, validate rebellion, take positive action, build community,
transform society and have fun dancing at the same time.
MIKE OSBORN Mike's music is a unique blend of classic rock, blues, and
progressive country. Always soulful, always danceable, always with an
awesome, concert stage presence and audience interaction. That combined
with his fretboard wizardry and growling vocals, he delivers on multiple levels
all at the same time. His live performances are hard hitting, mind blowing,
and unforgettable!
DAVID BREAUX On June 3rd, 2009, David Breaux began asking people to
share their written concept of the word compassion in a notebook here in
Davis, CA. It evolved into a personal endeavor to bring awareness to
compassion. David will be giving a short talk on his work and mission to
festival-goers this year.
ZORELLI Zorelli plays a variety of music styles including Latin, Reggae, Jazz,
Ska, Soul and Funk. The band features Steel Drums, Sax, Keyboards, Bass,
Drums, and Percussion. High energy instrumental music great for dancing
and listening!
BOCA DO RIO Boca do Rio ows to town with a burst of creativity, soul,
and undeniable beats. Born of the mixing of waters Brazil and the San
Francisco Bay. Boca do Rio creates music organic music that developed
through the rhythm of living and working between the Americas.
BESO NEGRO Beso Negro has an all-star lineup of internationally
experienced musicians who have brought drive and passion to Gypsy Swing.
The love for tradition has collided with a modern sensibility and has
transformed the genre into a vibrant new beast. Darker, faster, more
danceable, more blues, more Gypsy, Beso Negro's indelible ngerprint brings
Jazz Manouche to a new generation and to the 21st century.
SPOKEN BIRD Berkeley based producer Spoken Bird seeks to take his
listeners on an auditory journey painting pictures on silence with sound
waves. Blending poly-tempo, multi-genre songs into an amalgamation of
eclectic headnodic beats that captivate the listener, allows them to explore
the depths of their own imagination. Prepare for full body dance convulsions
as the bass waves wash over you, massaging body, mind and soul.
MAYA BURNS This is Maya's 7th year performing at Whole Earth Festival.
Maya sings in Spanish and English, and accompanies herself on guitar,
saxaphone, and piano.
CITY OF TREES BRASS BAND Comprised of musicians from the greater
Sacramento area, The City of Trees Brass Band is a party band that combines
the musical styles of contemporary brass bands, New Orleans Jazz, and
music of their own generation.
THE LOWER 48 Portland-based 60s Pop Rock trio The Lower 48 can't wait
to serve Whole Earth with a killer rock show, guaranteed to be the talk of
Davis for weeks to come. With a sound as sharp as their stagewear, The Lower
48 is a band you won't forget anytime soon.
DGIIN Dgiin (pronounced Gin) is a 4 piece band, mixing musical styles from
funk to latin and reggae. It is sometimes described as melodic french grooves
due to the majority of songs that are in french.

MISS LONELY HEARTS Miss Lonely Hearts, started in the central valley of
CA, is a band that lays down hard driving Honky Tonk/Rock & Roll. Their
sound was created out of a deep authentic understanding and appreciation of
the roots country music that evolved in this nation. Every song is a dark,
drunken, broken hearted hymn set to an unavoidably danceable tempo and
intended to drive a crowd to a near fever pitch.
PATCHY SANDERS Patchy Sanders is a true family band with sisters Dani
and Jacqui Aubert, their partners Ian Van Ornum and Dan Sherrill, and good
friends Sara Wilbur, Eric Jones, and Alex Patterson. Patchy Sanders plays
banjo, mandolin, guitar, bouzouki, ddle, upright bass, drums, penny whistle,
lever harp, sings 4-part harmonies and adds in few more surprises for good
measure!
THICK AS THIEVES Thick as Thieves began as a vision. A vision to integrate
classic hip hop with timeless rock and roll. They have created a sound that
harkens back to the days of John Fogerty and Robbie Robertson, while
incorporating intention-lled rap verses, uplifting catchy choruses with dual
vocals, all brought to life by sinuous stalking rhythms. Thick as Thieves are
unremittingly explore interesting new interpretations of what honest popular
music can and should be.
TEMPEST Since forming in 1988, Tempest has delivered a
globally-renowned hybrid of high-energy Folk Rock fusing Irish reels,
Scottish ballads, Norwegian inuences and other world music elements.
JOY AND MADNESS JOY & MADNESS is an eight piece soul band
blending choice rearrangements of the classic grooves of the R&B stacks
with soulful original soul music.
TUMBLEWEED WANDERERS Since forming in July of 2011, Oakland
natives Tumbleweed Wanderers have been growing at a blistering pace. As at
home playing their energy fueled blend of soul, folk and rock'n'roll on stage as
they are busking intimate bluegrass on the street, the band's charming
versatility and independent spirit has won them a dedicated fan base
throughout the US.
DJ STRAIGHTNASTY Davis' own downright delightful dance facilitator,
StraightNasty blends uplifting funk and swing with some groovin' tech and
bouncy circus beats thrown in.
VALO BOHEME Valo Boheme is a Sacramento-based Gypsy Jazz Combo.
Blending both acoustic and electronic elements, their music styles also
include Cumbia, Dub, and Acid Tango.
THE AFRICALI GENRE Afri-Cali, a hearty cioppino of rock, blues, heavy
rhythms and percussion of 1970s Ethiopian music, topped with coastal-psych
seasoning.
FANNA-FI-ALLAH SUFI QAWWALI The Fanna-Fi-Allah Su Qawwali
Ensemble is a leading representation of this music worldwide. The intensity of
their stage performance with its smooth melodic overtures, erce leaps of
vocal passion riding on heavy rhythmic grooves & rich vocal choruses have
captivated audiences in Pakistan, India, North Africa, Thailand, Indonesia, the
USA and beyond.
SAMBAD Based in the rich musical traditions of Brazil, SambaD also
references salsa and cumbia, and blends them playfully with funk and reggae
beats. Brazilian natives Papiba Godinho and Dandha da Hora bring profound
knowledge and respect for Brazilian music, and together with the entire band,
they present a unique musical sound with a universal appeal.
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CEDAR STAGE
Welcome to the Cedar Stage! We are located SouthWest of the Quad on the Walker Lawn
across Hart Hall. We host world dance, hip-hop, rockin blues, and bluegrass music. Come
down to the Cedar Stage for a relaxed and intimate area to enjoy music with friends.
PACKARD SLIM
AND THE
ULTRAMETRICS
[FRI 5:15-6:15]
SEVEN FACTORIAL
[FRI 6:30-7:15]
THA DIRT FEELIN
[FRI 7:30-8:30]
IDEATEAM
[FRI 8:45-9:45]
YOLO MAMBO
[SAT 10:45-11:30]
SWOON
[SAT 1:00-1:45]
THE F STREET STOMPERS
[SAT 2:00-3:00]
ALICIA MURPHY
[SAT 6:45-7:45]
MASSIVE DELICIOUS
[SAT 5:45-6:30]
DJ BIG JOE DADDY
[SAT 4:40-5:30]
ELEMENT BRASS BAND
[SAT 3:30-4:40]
BIG STICKY MESS
[SAT 8:00-9:00]
WHOLE EARTH FAMILY JAM
[SUN 10:15-11:00]
WHISKEY BUSINESS
[SUN 11:15-12:00]
THE ITAL SOULS
[SUN 2:45-3:45]
THE WEST NILE RAMBLERS
[SUN 4:00-5:00]
SOMETIMES WARREN
[SUN 1:30-2:30]
DANK OCEAN
[SUN 12:15-1:00]
CEDAR STAGE ARTISTS
PACKARD SLIM AND THE ULTRAMETRICS Packard Slim has been a
student of Jazz and R&B, blowing sax for more than a decade. This Packard
In Primer could be his text book to the blues, a chronological progression
from the delta, to the Mississippi hills, to Chicago, a trip out west and onward
to the roots of rock n roll.
SEVEN FACTORIAL 7! (SevenFactorial) is a bastion of psychedelic soul,
with seven members and Wah pedals in all the right places. Organically
blending funk, reggae, and rock'n'roll, they've electried hundreds of Berkeley
feet with their contagious sound. Prepare for smokey vocals,
harmonious-nonviolent dueling between electric mandolin and guitar, and a
jam that will melt you into a cosmic puddle of bliss.
THA DIRT FEELIN Efortlessly blending elements of rock and hip-hop with
old-school soul, these ve local guys are out to prove that Davis' funk music
scene is a force to be reckoned with. Their weapon of choice: frontman
Marque Cass, who possesses the same vibrancy and passionate charm that
funk legend Maurice White once brought to his own energetic group, Earth,
Wind & Fire.
IDEATEAM Ideateam is Sacramentos funkiest up and coming team of
music indulgersthe nine piece, largely instrumental band pulls heavily from
inuences both new and old while still maintaining a very unique and
palatable character to call their own. The core rhythm section is paired with
an outt of horns, percussion, and vocals what you wind up with is a massive
sound t to get a room moving.
YOLO MAMBO The transglobal rhythms of Yolo Mambo will transport you
to Brazil, Cuba, Peru, Cape Verde, France, Spain, New Zealand, and the
States. Yolo Mambo blends spicy cha-cha, jazz, bossa nova, samba, salsa, and
folk with the dynamic vocals of Catherine LeBlanc in languages from all over
this Earth.
SWOON Swoon's music is a cauldron red with seductive pop and sultry
rock. They are a group of diverse musicians with inuences and backgrounds
ranging from Classical to Hard Rock. Through creative song writing with pop
sensibilities, Swoon has created a sound blending chamber rock, funk, world,
jazz, and a hint of R&B.
THE F STREET STOMPERS Drawing upon the bluesy roots of America's
storied soundtrack, Miss Maddy's F Street Stompers breath new life into turn
of the century tunes. The syncopated rhythms and high-energy jigs of early
1900s ragtime are blended with classic upbeat toe-tappers recycled
throughout the decades into a potent musical potion. Add a pinch of
bluegrass, a dash of country, and a smidgen of gypsy for avor, and you've got
yourself one helluva cocktail that is guaranteed to put a pep in your step!
ELEMENT BRASS BAND Element Brass Band, second line is reaching
appreciative audiences well beyond its traditional boundaries. Second line
music is being played both nationally and internationally.Element Brass Band
is the premier brass band in Sacramento, CA and one of the few authentic
second line bands on the West Coast!
DJ BIG JOE DADDY Joey Wisgirda ( Big Joe Daddy ) creates electronic
music with Ableton Live, Reason, Recycle, Kyma, a host of other soft- and
hardware synths, and tying it all together with a Morrison Digital Trumpet
wind controller to morph from Jazz and Funk to Breakbeats and Dubstep.
MASSIVE DELICIOUS Massive Delicious isnt just the name of the
bandits a moniker that describes the groups scene and its sound. This is an
act that blends reggae, soul, funk and jazz into big, tasty dubtastic grooves for
large crowds of cute and costumed dancerscreating a mass of
deliciousenergy, rhythm and movement.

ALICIA MURPHY Alicia Murphy is a folky hybrid of singer-songwriter and
indie rock band. Her all-original songs feature harmonies and rhythm guitar,
with a touch of punk-pop, occasional twang, even a few raps now and then.
Her passion for the environment shines through in many of her quirky,
upbeat lyrics.
BIG STICKY MESS Big Sticky Mess traveled lightyears at rocketing speeds
to Earth in search of you. Now, as if shot out of a cannon through the heart
of a rainbow, the Mess is here bringing a funkadelic mix of extraterrestrial
hooks, vibrant grooves and potent beats, purely for your entertainment.
Close your eyes and hear the funky jams reminiscent of decades past with a
sound much larger than the three piece arrangement before you should
allow.
WHOLE EARTH FAMILY JAM The Whole Earth Family Jam started last
year from members of the Whole Earth Festival staf and has brought in
musicians in the larger Whole Earth Festival community...we love to play
songs that people can sing along with and feel the love. Come join us!
WHISKEY BUSINESS Whiskey Business is a local bluegrass band that will
bring a dance to your step and a smile to your face. As musicians, they serve
up lockstep grooves, high-lonesome harmonies, and soaring solos. And as
performers, they imbue the traditional American art form of bluegrass with
youthful exuberance and wisecracking humor. Their songs are for everyone.
Get dirty and dance yourself clean with Whiskey Business!
DANK OCEAN Smoothly weaving grooves of funk and hip hop with the
original styles of jazz, Dank Ocean has become a beacon of unique sound and
style.
SOMETIMES WARREN Sometimes Warren is a collaboration of notable,
Davis musicians who formed in order to indulge and share their diverse tastes
and talents in Americana, Blues, Soul and old school R&B. This sometimes 7
piece band has been lling dance oors with their unique arrangements of
eclectic covers and satisfying discerning songsters with their soulful originals.
THE ITAL SOULS . Blending French Creole and English, his music combines
soul, classic reggae and lovers rock. His use of conscious hip hop, original
lyrics and crowd interaction make his performance a can't miss. Ital souls
brings dancehall grooves, deep reggae jams and the power and simplicity of
rocksteady. This act consists mainly of Jamaican dubs arranged in a unique
way, but also has original songs delivered by and all star cast of local and
regional musicians.
VALO BOHEME Valo Boheme is a Sacramento-based Gypsy Jazz Combo.
Blending both acoustic and electronic elements, their music styles also
include Cumbia, Dub, and Acid Tango.
THE WEST NILE RAMBLERS The West Nile Ramblers play western garage
& country noir, a crunchy combination of western swing, gypsy folk, rock &
roll, and jazz that inspires people to cut loose and have a good time.
LAZERTOOTH (FIRE STAGE) A full-spectrum sonic storyweaver, the
endangered Lazer Tooth, when provoked, res a focused, high-energy beam
of smile-inducing, prismatic bass particulate that cascades across the senses.
WARNING: Prolonged exposure to bass may lead to extended periods of
laughter, compulsive giggling, and a slight tingling sensation.
VEE (FIRE STAGE) Musical selector extraordinaire carefully collecting the
sonic gems for your auditory pleasure.
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DANCE STAGE
The Soular Dance Stage is located on the lawn in front of Wellman Hall by Kids Space. Come
enjoy a diverse and ecstatic line-up of local and community performances inspired by various
cultures and people from around the world. At night, the Promethean Fire Stage takes over!
Whole Earth Festival is pleased to feature KDVS
on the Soular Dance Stage Sunday from
12:30pm-6:00pm. KDVS is a student-run,
community, independent, freeform radio station
based in Davis, CA. KDVS broadcasts on the web
and at 13,000 Watts at 90.3fm in the
Sacramento Valley from our studios at UC Davis.
OFICINA DA CAPOEIRA
[FRI 5:00-6:30]
RELEASED DANCE COMPANY
[SAT 2:30-3:00]
FIESTA DANCE AND FITNESS
[SAT 3:00-4:30]
POI TO THE WORLD
[SAT 12:00-1:00]
ECOKINESIS APPLEGATE DANCE CO.
[SAT 4:00-4:30]
MANASA
[SAT 4:30-5:00]
EASTWIND BELLYDANCE
[SAT 5:00-6:00]
NORCAL ACROYOGIS
[SAT 1:00-2:30]
AGUA DE BEBER CAPOEIRA
[SAT 6:00-7:00]
REVERVERATION/UNMATA
[SUN 11:00-11:30]
LAZERTOOTH
[FRI 9:00-10:00]
DJ BIG JOE DADDY
[SAT 8:00-9:00]
VEE
[SAT 9:00-10:00]
YOGA HIP
[SAT 11:00-12:00]
DANCE STAGE
The Soular Dance Stage is located on the lawn in front of Wellman Hall by Kids Space. Come
enjoy a diverse and ecstatic line-up of local and community performances inspired by various
cultures and people from around the world. At night, the Promethean Fire Stage takes over!
Whole Earth Festival is pleased to feature KDVS
on the Soular Dance Stage Sunday from
12:30pm-6:00pm. KDVS is a student-run,
community, independent, freeform radio station
based in Davis, CA. KDVS broadcasts on the web
and at 13,000 Watts at 90.3fm in the
Sacramento Valley from our studios at UC Davis.
OFICINA DA CAPOEIRA
[FRI 5:00-6:30]
RELEASED DANCE COMPANY
[SAT 2:30-3:00]
FIESTA DANCE AND FITNESS
[SAT 3:00-4:30]
POI TO THE WORLD
[SAT 12:00-1:00]
ECOKINESIS APPLEGATE DANCE CO.
[SAT 4:00-4:30]
MANASA
[SAT 4:30-5:00]
EASTWIND BELLYDANCE
[SAT 5:00-6:00]
NORCAL ACROYOGIS
[SAT 1:00-2:30]
AGUA DE BEBER CAPOEIRA
[SAT 6:00-7:00]
REVERVERATION/UNMATA
[SUN 11:00-11:30]
LAZERTOOTH
[FRI 9:00-10:00]
DJ BIG JOE DADDY
[SAT 8:00-9:00]
VEE
[SAT 9:00-10:00]
YOGA HIP
[SAT 11:00-12:00]
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Curiosity Connects
ACCOUNTING Ezra Lee
ART SPACE Sarah Koplowicz
CEDAR STAGE Steve Anderson
COFFEE BOOTH Liz Luu
COMPOST AND RECYCLING Maddy Taylor and Parisa Esfahani
CRAFT BOOTHS Betty Chen and Crystal Baik
DATABASE Lois Richter
DEN PARENTS Alexa Sommers-Miller and Jessica Friedman
DIRECTORS Hadeyeh Hidari and Soo Lee
EDUCATION Lauren Cockrell and Sierra Belden
EMAILMAN Alan Miller
ENTERTAINMENT David Abramson and Andres Dongo
EXPERIENTIAL SPACE Evangeline Zhang
FOOD BOOTH Mike Erickson
FOOD BOOTH ASSISTANTS Greg Slusser and Kristan Jorde
HEALING AND FIRST AID SPACE Jenn Downhill
HEALING AND FIRST AID SPACE ASSISTANT Rheanna Chen
HOOP SPACE Kirsten Young
HYDRATION STATION David Creamer
KIDS SPACE Cara Patton and Jannat Zahoor
KARMA PATROL SUPPORTERS Liz Blum and Winona Wagner
KARMA PATROL FOODS Thongxy Phansopha
LAYOUT AND MAP Siobhan Hussey and Alex Espinosa
LOGISTICS Ava Joseph and Edward Heinrich
NIGHT NINJAS Joshua Bubar and Reina McAlexander
PARKING Yousef Buzayan
PHOTOGRAPHY Dan Ng
PROMETHEAN FIRE STAGE Ashley Woodbury
PUBLICITY AND PROGRAM DESIGN Chris Hong
PUBLICITY ASSISTANT Brian Leon
QUAD STAGE Cathy Aubill-Wilshusen and Pam Erickson
SACRED SPACE Chelsea Sarai
SERVICE BOOTHS Michelle Sonoda and Rob Roy Woodman
SOULAR DANCE STAGE Andres Dongo
SPACE KEEPER Daniel Garner
WEBSITE Nikhil Joshi
WEF HISTORIAN Brent Posey
WEF STAFF Brett Lemke
WEF STAFF CRAFTS BOOTH Jayme Meyers
WERC Chris Myers and Lily Tanner
Clothes Made From Scraps
Copyland
Ink Monkey Graphics
Valentina Cekovski - Poster Design
Ellen Anderson Holt
Photography: (Sac Bee, Dan Ng, The Tasty
Alternative, Playarazzi.)
UC Davis Student Farm
Divine Energy Yoga
ACE Hardware
Yolo Ice and Creamery
Area Restrooms
All Star Rents Davis
Vernon Nickell at Special Services
All Performers and Workshop Leaders
All Speakers and Vendors
Past, Present, and Future WEFies
All Karma Patrol Volunteers
Mike Davis - UC Davis Stores
UC Davis Equine Health Center
The Cofee House
UC Davis Dining Services-Sodexo
Bike 4th
Antonia Palkovic
SCHA, Aggie Reuse Store
The Bloom Series
The Varsity Theatre
The Tri-Coops and The Domes
Iwaca McCarthy - Delta of Venus
The Experimental College
KDVS and The California Aggie
ASUCD - Creative Media and AggieTV
The Davis Enterprise
Robert Mondavi Institute
Electric Golf Cart Company
FARM Davis, Lee Walthall
Rocky Twitchell - UC Davis Fire Department
Susan Cummings - UC Davis Environmental Health & Safety
Tyson Mantor - UC Davis Grounds
Michael Cardenas - UC Davis Facilities
Paula Nichols - ASUCD Accounts Payable & Purchasing
Michael Lefer - Life's Best Inn Tents
Kevin Windrem - Sweet Spot Sound
Tony Dragavon - Bearcom
Carly Sandstrom, Former ASUCD President
Maxwell Kappes, ASUCD Vice Preisent
Jim Patterson - UC Davis Fire Prevention
Paul Cody - Center for Student Involvement
Benjamin McNulty - UC Davis Police Deptartment
Eric Kvigne - UC Davis Safety Services
Janice Corbett - ASUCD Business
Milton Lang - UC Davis Associate Vice Chancellor
Doug Walter and Julie Cross at the Davis Food Cooperative
Kris Christensen at Davis Fleet Services
Special Love and Thanks Yous:
and most importantly, YOU, for making memories with us at this years festival!
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