2018 FESTIVAL LINEUP

World Class Concerts - Interactive Art - Local Food & Drink - Family Activities - Creative Conversations - Sunrise Meditation & Yoga - Community

Five Senses Festival · 292 Bee Brook Road · Washington, CT 06777

 
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Events from dawn until late night include sunrise meditation, field exercises, yoga, kids’ art studio, late night DJ dancing, community dinner, outdoor cafe, local wines, and an evening speakeasy. Tent Talks: Pseudonymous Bosch, children's author  Dani Shapiro & Sylvia Boorstein on Time & Mindfulness – Abigail Pogrebin and, Tom Kitt – Tony Award-Winning Broadway composer  Alexandra Styron on Youth & CouragePerformances: Julian Fleisher & Lady Rizo, East Village Cabaret – Tom Kitt, Broadway – Joshuah Campbell & Friends, Late Night Soul – Pilobolus's Summer Workshop Showing; David Poe & C.C. White, Indie and Soul Music – Sumire Hirotsuru, violinist.

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This eclectic group of musicians, thinkers, teachers, artists and performers are all in your backyard in Washington, CT this summer! Many events at the Five Senses Festival are free, and the Festival Field is open to the public all day during the festival.Please register for the free events to reserve your space. Tent Talks and Headliner Performances have an entry fee; buy your tickets now so you don’t miss out!

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Events from dawn until late night include sunrise meditation, field exercises, yoga, kids’ programming, late night DJ dancing, community dinner, family brunch, brick oven pizza, outdoor cafe, local wines and food, and an evening speakeasy. Symposium: Tech & Nature. Performances: Bela Fleck, Folk – A Lua Alicia, Bossanova – curated by Jacob Maren, Young Voices Coffeehouse – Jeremy Denk, Classical Piano – Ben Sollee, Cello – and Grammy-Winning Kiwi Pop Singer KIMBRA! 

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Welcoming everyone in the community to the Festival Field is the brand new farm-meets-renaissance-piazza in Washington, CT. Here you’ll find a newly built wine cave, a carved stone amphitheater, an airstream trailer serving food and drink, a towering silo, and a magnificent tent for performances and talks. Through sunrise meditations, stimulating talks and glorious concerts under the stars, you’ll come to your senses.

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Events from dawn until late night include sunrise meditation, field exercises, yoga, kids’ art studio, community dinner, brick oven pizza, outdoor cafe, local wines and food, and an evening speakeasy. Tent Talk: Laurie Santos on Happiness. Performances: Pilobolus's Kids’ Show, Pilobolus is a Fungus – a sneak preview of Pilobolus's new touring show, Come to Your Senses – and special a Festival Closing Ceremony.

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The field is open to the public during these weekends, but you will need to reserve your spot at any of the limited-attendance events.

You can find details, times, reservations, and ticketing on the Schedule page – and information about each special guest on the Artists page. Please explore!