Don't Block Your Blessings

Don't Block Your BlessingsSometimes a change of perspective is all it takes to see the light.

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Don’t Block Your Blessings is a first of its kind live-stream festival featuring musicians, artists, and some of the most innovative minds in self-growth and healing. The DBYB Festival boasts three interactive rooms on an exclusive virtual platform allowing festival goers to jump from room to room attending talks and sessions, accessing musical performances, and viewing live art as it’s created.

Produced by Erez Safar, whose first live-stream festival, Lo-Freq Fest, was featured in Billboard, and shared around the globe. The debut DBYB festival featured over 40+ world-wide presenters. 

The next festival will be free to participate in and free to attend virtually, and is set to take place on Valentine’s (Sunday February 14th), between 6-9pm PST.

The goal of Don’t Block Your Blessings is to collect and present an online living library of stories, performances, light and love to a world in need of healing.

The Don’t Block Your Blessings festival will feature the following artists, musicians and healers:

Shantala, The Breathe Center, Gattison, Dr. Aparajita Jeedigunta, Gentleman Brawlers, Mikey Pauker, Alicia Dunams, Eko Zu, Kindred Melodies, David Sacks, Lucinda Belle, My Silent Bravery, R E L, Nina Grae, h2the, Abreesha*, Drew Angus, Psychic Twin, Louii King, RYNO, B Hill, Gerle, Kiyoshi, Lisa Stuart, DJ Beatific, Ada Pasternak, Latch Key Kid, Willow Stephens, Kiyoshi, Krystal Aranyani, Adam Cola, Yoni Temple School, Hard Charlie, Domogee, Caitlin Jemma, Shlome, Robyn Stern, Ray Bean, Jen The Rainmaker, Danielle Grozavu, Kevin Daniel, Sarah BL, Kimberly Ariella, Mendi Baron, Deborah Stokol, Luke Kohen, Talia Dalton, Sey x Yes, Melissa Drake, Sarah Mandel, Alexis Ware (Sovereign University), Emi Ollin, and more.

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“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”

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