Post Wookie Foot July 15th – Medicine for the People is proud to announce that Cornstalk Convergence 2011 is JULY 22ND!!!! Mark your calendars!
Set in beautiful (and actually quiet soothing to my soul) Dunnell, Minnesota!!
This year is a little different – bring your own gear! Food, chairs, tents, instruments, offerings, songs, love, games, toys, horses, etc.
This is a free event – please be conscious of family grounds and respect the space and land! We are not a drunken rager festival!
Okay, we rage, but not intoxicated kine.
Let’s thank the Scott family for once again bringing us to their sanctuary – gathering the tribes for music and offerings! So grateful!
For me, personally, Cornstalk has raised me in my musical quest and brought so much truth and beauty into my path. Corn Woman is a light and an example for all of us! Her ohana is leading the way in a struggling community of monoculture and western thinking. We give thanks for this opportunity once again to come together and pray with the community and music.
AS FAR AS LINE UP is concerned – we will have a sound system and a rough line up will be formed – but, this is a free for all sharing extravaganza – so many talented friends and ohana will come – all to share. Bring your own gear as we might need it – mics, mic stands, even sound system equipment can come in handy. This is roots people!
CAMPING: Come as early as Friday, clear the grounds as late as monday morning. Let’s respect the family and enjoy the weekend! Camping is possible all around the grove. Fire pits, etc. No fireworks and/or copious amounts of illegal anything. 😦 Please have your ninja skills about you during the weekend and don’t get hurt or sue us. Thanks! ONE LOVE!
Cornstalk Convergence 2011 is a music and community empowerment event held in Dunnell, MN on the Cornwoman’s family farm – www.cornwoman.com –
In its 6th year, Cornwoman has given the crew from Medicine for the People – the reigns – and we’re expecting magic, at the least.
Saturday, July 22nd in Dunnell, MN.
Nahko and Medicine for the People
“Real Talk Music”