Musical Artists


Thursday, September 15

4:00 – 5:30 PM

Antoinette Rootsdawtah

Antoinette “Rootsdawtah” Hall is a world-renowned keyboardist in the Reggae Industry and in 2019 the United Religions Initiative (URI)-Africa appointed Pato Banton & Antoinette Rootsdawtah as Goodwill Ambassadors of the Golden Rule. She became involved in the Spiritual Community after working with Pato Banton and joining on his Mission of Spreading the Good News that “we’re all God’s Children, brothers & sisters.” Since then she has become very proactive in Global Outreach Ministry, which includes the Urantia Movement, U-Day Thailand, Parliament of the World’s Religions, Harvard Divinity School & most recently, a presentation for the Convergence Gathering at the United Nations Chapel in New York.
6:00 – 7:30 PM

Kyle Smith

Kyle Smith is a Singer-Songwriter, from Ventura, California. His blend of Southern California style Reggae Rock is catchy, truthful, and humorous. He delivers original music laced with Cali-Roots, Reggae, Dub, Hip Hop, and Punk Rock. Kyle’s roots come from years of his troubled youth and addiction while living in Long Beach, CA. His songs explain his life as a young addict with songs like “Dope Fiend” and “Jaded” all the while keeping an uplifting spirit and tempo. Kyle is a warrior, and a beacon of light whose goal in life is to give hope and spread positive vibes with his music. His talent is raw, natural, and unforced.
7:30 – 9:00 PM

Pato Banton

Pato Banton is a grammy nominated reggae legend that has recorded and toured the world with The English Beat, Steel Pulse, UB40 & STING! (just to name a few). Originally from Birmingham, England Pato Banton made his debut on the English Beat’s third album, 1982’s Special Beat Service, helping out Ranking Roger on the track “Pato and Roger a Go Talk.” Five years later, Banton returned with his debut solo release, Never Give In, which featured backing by Birmingham’s Studio Two house band and a guest appearance by Paul Shaffer; the album was enlivened by Banton’s comic vocal characterizations.
9:30 – 11:00 PM

Rocker T

Brooklyn-born Reggae ledgend Rocker-T is a multi-talented musician and is known throughout the reggae community for his conscious dancehall music. His philosophy is to promote peace, love and equality worldwide through his music.
11:00 – 1:00 AM


NöMadik (DJ/artist Nick Guzzo) plays House musik & Funk with high energy and intention to elevate the dance floor!

Friday, September 16

3:00 – 4:00 PM

Haley Harkin

Haley Harkin was born and raised in Austin, Tx, and is currently residing in Colorado. Surrounded by music most of her life, her roots are in folk, while pushing the edges of creativity. She has described her style as folk medicine music. Others have said her music feels like, ‘bare feet on grass’. Her lyrics express her love for nature, humanity, and her desire to make change. With her sultry sounds and sweet words she will surely touch your heart.
4:00 – 5:30 PM

Ananda Das

Ananda Das is an internationally loved musician, song composer and mantra enthusiast. His musical offerings complement his yogic practices with a deep devotional spirit. Anada’s music channels a powerful blend of modern and ancient soundscapes that touches the heart. Infused with mantras in Sanskrit and Gurbani, his music offers blissful energy currents woven into lyrical heart songs. He is a self taught singer, guitarist, harmonium player and bansuri flautist.
6:00 – 7:30 PM


Forgoing electronic music’s inherent heaviness for a spiritualized serenity and elegant songcraft, Skysia fuses elements of melodic bass, chill-step, and modern downtempo into a euphonious sound. The producer/composer often reveals a minimalist, deliciously danceable style; his translucent low-end theory is rich in musicality and steeped in dreamy psychedelia. Skysia mines earthy textures and unveils emotive tones, sonically expressing the delicate balance between darkness and light. His crisp, clear compositions invoke the sacred and sexy, humbly channeled through medicinal bass music. Drawing inspiration from global dancefloor pioneers like Bonobo and CloZee.
7:30 – 9:00 PM


Poranguí is a musician, healer, and producer, residing amidst the red rocks of Sedona, Arizona. Steeped in music and ceremony since birth, Poranguí was raised between the lands and cultures of his native Brazil, Mexico, and the Southwestern United States. Carrying on his lineage, he lives in service to pachamama as an artist and activist offering transformational music and healing experiences designed to awaken the body, mind, and soul.
9:30 – 11:00 PM


Satsang is a power trio creating a unique blend of soul, folk-rock, and hip-hop. Satsang delivers lyrics that come from and are rooted in change, growth, awareness, and imperfection. The live show is everything that the band name suggests: a gathering of people to assimilate and share their truths. The rhythms put forth by the band keep everyone on their feet, and the lyrics leave them craving active and positive change. Satsang has toured all over the country and has shared the stage with the likes of Michael Franti & Spearhead, Steel Pulse, Nahko and Medicine for the People, Trevor Hall, Chris Berry, Mike Love, Jon Wayne and the Pain, Tubby Love, and many more.
11:00 – 1:00 PM

bålånse at the Pavilion

Get your late night dancing in with bålånse, an electronic nu fusion out of Denver, CO. Enjoy chill psychedelic electronic music from the soul. Tastes of house, liquid DnB, funk, psychedelic jam, and everything in between.

Saturday, September 17

3:00 – 4:00 PM

Elise Wunder

Elise Wunder has a voice of oak and leather – a tone that’s soft and comforting but with an unmistakably solid foundation. Her style is heavy in a way that does not suggest world weariness so much as it does wisdom and an old soul. Her voice will take you by surprise, especially when she sets it loose at an unexpected moment and you realize the power that she has been holding back. It’s a cannon and a paintbrush at once. Her lyrics, written in a stream of consciousness style that leaves wide space for personal interpretation, are nonetheless clearly autobiographical. The vulnerability of her art drives into our hearts with the force of a hammer. The most subtle aspect of Elise’s music is the thin line of darkness that runs through the center of it all.
4:00 – 5:30 PM

Daniel Wander Band

Daniel Wander is a world-traveled, Rocky Mountain based singer-songwriter. His genre-fluid, all-original sound is influenced by Americana folk, island roots & soul, classic 70’s rock, psychedelic jam-grass, and a little bit of country gospel. is inextricable from his lived experience – his tunes tell true tales of a colorful world inspired by the rambling road, wild nature, mystical experiences & the depths of the human heart.
Armed with an arsenal of guitars, an all-star crew of collaborators, and deep musical chops earned over a decade on the rambling road, Daniel sings to revive hope in the human spirit, offer sonic medicine for weathered hearts, and of course – get people up on their feet and dancing!
6:00 – 7:30 PM

Larisa Stow & Shakti Tribe

Larisa Stow & Shakti Tribe is a 7-piece band from Long Beach – an edgy blend of mantra-infused pop rock dedicated to supporting your empowerment, liberation, and devotion. Glorious, feminine Shakti vocal energy steeped in deep, beautiful rock grooves. Wild flights of energetic worldbeat sound take you on a magic carpet ride of sonic spiritual bliss – sending you afloat in the high vibration of sacred mantra, while simultaneously grounding you deeply into the earth through visceral body rhythm.
7:30 – 9:00 PM

Steely Dead

Steely Dead is a musical hybrid of the Grateful Dead and Steely Dan. Sonic worlds collide, between the structure, arrangement and precision studio recordings of rock legends Steely Dan, cross-pollinated with the Grateful Dead’s free-flowing, melodic improvisation and masterful song segues. Steely Dead merges these major concepts together while infusing the influence unto each band. For example, taking the Grateful Dead’s rocking set ender Deal and Steely Dan’s Reelin’ In the Years creating the mashup Dealin’ in the Years. They’re dedicated to the nuance of both bands while remaining playful with jam segues between songs, and delivering a unique musical blend. For fans of both or either one of these great bands.
9:30 – 11:00 PM

Tierro Band w/ Bridget Law

Tierro Band with Bridget Law features founding members of Elephant Revival, Kan’Nal, and Jyemo Club. Along with Charles Parker Mertens on bass (Thievery Corporation, Rapidgrass) and Nabin Shrestha, a master of the Tabla from Nepal. This supergroup has been winning over audiences of all kinds with its unique Gypsy Grass style. A wide-open bluegrass fiddle backed by thumping gypsy guitars and a mix of world percussion gets the blood pumping and the feet moving.
11:00 – 12:30 AM

Scott Nice at the Pavilion

Northern California producer Scott Nice brings the listeners mind and heart into a flowing adventure through world music colors, sounds of the jungle, and dance music aesthetics. This is art rooted in indigenous cultures and traditions; the vibrations find a home in nature’s resplendent environs. Scott places the artistic focus on creating music that stands the test of time, art that has a replay value for years to come. Scott has been a featured producer and remixer on many Jumpsuit Records releases including Ayla Nereo, Wildlight and The Polish Ambassador albums.
12:30 – 2:00 AM

DJ Buno

DJ Buno provides high energy house and techno music with deep emotion and high vibes!

Sunday, September 18

3:00 – 4:00 PM

Britt Devens

Britt is a sober, LGBTQ-friendly musician who writes songs about hope, heartbreak, and recovery. A native of Fort Collins, CO, Devens uses her music to explore the vulnerabilities of her own experiences in life and to remind her audience of the importance of self care. Championing a message of taking care of yourself – both mentally and physically – Devens’ music is for people who can relate to a struggle but still continue to have hope for a brighter day.
4:00 – 5:30 PM

Scott Jeffers

Be sure to see this amazing musician at Serenity Festival! Scott Jeffers music is a multi-cultural experience fusing Gypsy, Middle Eastern, Celtic, Greek and Turkish styles with Rock. Scott has traveled extensively through foreign lands to gather inspiration for the his music. Composing most of his songs while surrounded by the people, sounds, sights, smells and landscapes of these far away places brings a true authenticity to the fusion. Known for his fiery and passionate violin and vocal performances, Scott’s performances are high-energy, exotic and adrenaline-driven.
6:00 – 7:30 PM

Wylie Jones

Serenity Festival welcomes Wylie Jones, Colorado’s premier one man reggae band. Equipped with a loop pedal and every instrument in full band and then some, Wylie lays down the loops and creates mesmerizing jams that always get the crowd on their feet. Wylie is a singer, songwriter and a multi-instrumentalist. Wylie is known by many across Northern Colorado as the keyboardist for the Fort Collins reggae band, Dubskin. He can also be found playing keys for Denver hip-hop group The Reminders, and Denver reggae band, Justus and the Limits.
7:30 – 9:00 PM

Violet Wild Collective

Violet Wild Collective brings an upbeat collection of your unexpected favorites with my acoustic rock/neo-folk style. See Violet Wild on vocals and guitar, Deb Bryant on her dynamic and creative drum kit, and Al Mishell with his gypsy swing jazz mandolin.
9:30 – 11:00 PM

DJ Vanny Vance (Pavilion)

DJ Vanny Vance will close out the festival with some great dance music in the Pavilion