Earthdance is a globally recognized brand that produces and promotes events with purpose around the world.
Earthdance sets the standard for conscious transformational gatherings. It is the first and largest coordinated multi-location music and peace event in the world.
The Earthdance vision is to build a robust and profitable brand based on the principles of a PEACE economy. We provide the Earthdance brand as a platform for building a global alliance of businesses that are adhering to the principles of peace.
Principles of Peace
Consciousness and Community
– Build entrepreneurial opportunities that are based on the principles of peace.
– Identify products and services that promote the business of peace,
– Partner with others to create financially viable businesses based on the economics of peace
The Earthdance story begins in 1996, when London-based musician and event producer Chris Deckker (Medicine Drum, Return To The Source) had a vision – in the King’s Chamber of the Great Pyramid in Giza, Egypt – of a synchronized, multi-location psytrance dance party. October 4th, 1997 – The first Earthdance Planetary Dance Party for Peace materialized – with 22 locations in 18 countries, in support of Tibet. In 1999, Earthdance moved its base to San Francisco, aligned its mission with the annual United Nations Peace Day, and began partnering with other international peace events, organizations, and companies. In 2001, the Earthdance International non-profit organization was formed to coordinate the annual charity festival. And in 2003, the Earthdance Global for-profit company was formed by Reavis Daniel Moore, Matthew Marshall, and Sandra Hay to develop year-round Earthdance projects, and provide the primary support for the non-profit organization and festival.
From its early psy-rave roots, Earthdance has grown to become one of the largest globally synchronized music and dance events, having been held in over 1,000 locations in 80 countries. In 2020, the 24th annual Earthdance Global Peace Party will include numerous public events, countless private parties, and high social media activity across multiple platforms.