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Bhakti Day Festival London

6 March 2022 @ 10h30 - 17h00 CET


Sunday the 6th of March, 2022, 10:30 am – 5 pm

Come as you are and Sing, Chant, Be Still, Dance, Love, Be Loved, Uplift, Be Lifted, Higher and Higher

This event is one of a kind and includes some of the most influential and inspiring musicians in the London devotional music scene!

Whether you are well versed in Kirtan and Bhakti music or just a complete beginner this Festival is for you and everyone as it is all-inclusive and is sure to leave you feeling uplifted, open-hearted, and connected to your fellow brothers and sisters.

Grab a ticket and join us as we collectively celebrate this

Sacred Devotional Music inspired by Love from around the Globe

This is a small intimate festival, tickets are limited to 100

(Early bird Tickets available until 25th of February, 2022)



Antarma has an unparalleled ability to immerse hundreds of people with a
single drum and vocal. He first turned his energy to music & mantras to help him find strength to meet his own struggles. This inner search led him to learning with
masters from Indian, Amazonian, Sufi and African Brazilian sacred
traditions. In the current time of instability and global concerns, Antarma is offering an experience that a lot of people seem to need right now; a space in
community to celebrate life’s ups and downs. After 14 years of attracting an
ardent fan base and honing his craft, his anticipated debut album is set for
release in 2022.


In 2007 Radhika Das first discovered the practice of Bhakti Yoga, the path of love and devotion. He decided to dedicate more time to absorb himself in the ancient practice of Kirtan and discovered the beauty of mantra.

Radhika is committed to helping people, whether it be from an existing yoga or spiritual background or to those with limited or no exposure to the practices. His aim is to help you through accessible and relevant chants to feel more fulfilled, connected and joyful in the mind, body and soul. He has shared in a variety of spaces including major Yoga festivals: Wanderlust, World Yoga Festival and The British Museum.


After many years serving in sacred plant ceremonies, whilst taking a break in Australia, Ahisha attended an evening kirtan that would change everything for her. Struck by the power of Bhakti she went on to find teachers and fully absorbed herself in this path, for the past 5 years she has been leading kirtans and sharing non-dual wisdom teachings all over the world. Today she lives in Central America, leads retreats and online courses, personal mentorships and is a founding member of the Global Sangha Events. Determined to support all beings to become realized in their own Divine nature.


Meet Grant, the mountain bard, Kirtan facilitator and mystical muse expressing the universal stories of love through his songwriting and mantric jams. With the traditions of Tantra, Bhakti Yoga and the medicine path of Peru pulsing through his heart, you are sure to experience a healthy dose of prayer by singing (or chanting) along to his catchy and uplifting tunes. His primary mission? To spread light through the world by bringing people together through ceremonies of sacred song. Come support the cause!


Dom’s musical journey began as a child emulating rock idols like Dire Straights, Buddy Holly and Jimi Hendrix. After almost two decades without a guitar, the calling to the path of devotional music came in strongly through the heart-opening experience of Bhakti Yoga and Kirtan.
Dom’s Kirtan offerings are infused with passion and devotion for the divine. He encourages the participation of each individual’s unique voice and heart resonance coming together in each unique mandala to worship that which is sacred.
Dom has been influenced by many artists and teachers including Sivani Mata Francis, Krishna Das, Sheela Bringi, Janet Stone, Puja Singh, Jai Uttal, and Janavi Harrison as well as music of the world’s shamanic traditions.


Barbara is a Harmonium musician and Women’s intimacy Coach.
Chanting came to her in Rishikesh, India, and has blossomed through the embodiment of sounds and vibrations as a key to lifting each other up!

She mainly self-taught herself and has been guided by Indian classical teachers, Ahisha & Grant and very inspired by Mooji Mala and their musicians.

She left her home country, France, 11 years ago to embrace a nomadic lifestyle and, has since, been immersed in the non-dual pointings of the sages, sharing her passion for yoga, music, and sacred intimacy around the world.

She is in love with mantras and sacred songs and wishes you have (or will soon) fall in love through them too.


Andrew, a professional chef for over 20 years and guitarist for 30 years, has recently found a new path in shamanism and medicine work, holding weekly ceremonies with songs, icaros, and mantras.

There will also be Delicious Vegan Indian-style food to purchase, Chai and Cacao.

If you have any questions about the event please contact us via email and we reply shortly within UK business hours- events@globalsanghanetwork.com


Graciously presented by the team at Global Sangha Events


6 March 2022
10h30 - 17h00 CET


St. Ethelburga’s Centre for reconciliation and Peace 78 Bishopsgate, EC2N4AG London
London, Royaume-Uni