Arise features over 100 artists, across six stages, but the promoters are adamant about the fact that Arise is more than just a music festival. “Arise is a movement,” they say, and they’ve scheduled more yoga sessions and workshops than most straight-up wellness retreats.
From its “Solutions Village” to it’s “Wisdom Village,” the festival is as focused on spreading healthy dialog and energy as it is on music.
And in addition to inspiring mind and body, Arise is a feast for the eyes. The installations create interactive and meditative spaces throughout the already picturesque grounds of the ranch.
Arise is heady and it’s hippie, for sure, but it’s not just a gimmick for the event.
- You’re going there to see: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, The Polish Ambassador, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
- You’re going to come home talking about: Haunted Windchimes, Dragondeer, Analog Son
Denver to Sunrise Ranch
1 hour, 13 minutes
Camping: Multiple camping options from car camping to “glamping” — including VIP experiences, one of which comes with pool access.