Nights of Fire at The Woods at Bear Creek

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Event Date(s): Thu, 08/17/2017 - 5:00pm - Mon, 08/21/2017 - 8:00am
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Nights of Fire at The Woods at Bear Creek

Nights Of Fire is a FIRE, Art, Music, & EDUCATIONAL RETREAT. We invite all likeminded individuals and those who seek to learn and do more to improve themselves and the world around US. NIGHTS OF FIRE is an educational retreat where YOU can come study many different forms of FIRE SPINNING, FLOW, DANCE, DRUMMING, PAINTING and much more. Evolve with us at night as we will teach you how to celebrate life and simply being alive through song and dance with live music.

ome be part of our one of a kind weekend!!! Filled with fun and learning for the entire family. Be blown away by the fire art installments NIGHTS OF FIRE is produced entirely by SPUN OUT FIRE PRODUCTIONS and features many great artist, instructors, musicians, and talent from all across America. There will also be, so much more to practice and learn during the day for boys and girls of all ages.

Once the sun goes down the lights come on, the LIVE MUSIC starts, and the FIRE is lit up!!!!! This will be like no other event you have ever seen. This is our 6th year and it is the year to pack more FIRE, art, and music into 3 days than the last 4 years combined. These will be the brightest nights of the year....they will be NIGHTS OF FIRE!!!!! Don't make any other plans for the 3rd weekend in August.....NIGHTS OF FIRE WILL BE THE PLACE TO BE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bands include: The Mantras, Yheti, Roots of Creation, Freekbass, Huglife, Madam Bliss, Flux Capacitor, Subsoil, Dixon's Violin, Basha, Vessel, Mojo Flo, Folkfaces and more! 

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This event will be held at:

The Woods at Bear Creek
3510 Bear Creek Rd.
Franklinville, NY 14737
United States
Phone: 716-676-2327
42° 21' 39.3048" N, 78° 30' 12.672" W
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