Frequently Asked Questions
Q: When and where is the Music City Yoga Festival?
The 2018 Music City Yoga Festival is at Rocketown on November, 10 2018.
Q: Do I have to have a ticket to attend the Music City Yoga Festival?
Yes, every attendee needs a ticket to get into the event. Every ticket holder receives a wristband before entering the event space.
Q: Is the event kid-friendly?
Yes, the event is kid-friendly.
Q: Can I bring a bag or other personal items to the event?
Yes, you may bring a bag or personal items. If the bag is larger than the size of a personal purse, you may be asked to check your bag at the door. This is a free service, and you will have access to the bag or personal item at any time throughout the day.
Q: Can I bring outside food/drink?
You may bring outside food or drink to the event, and we will have a snack table for all event attendees. Additionally, attendees can enjoy the local food trucks and vendors on-site. No outside alcohol or illegal substances are permitted.
Q: Can I come and go as I please throughout the day?
With the wristband you receive at registration, you may come and go as you please throughout the day.
Q: How do you select your teachers?
Our Music City Yoga Festival teachers are making a difference in the community either locally or nationally. We chose teachers that are dedicated to improving their community through yoga or other means. Additionally, we feature Small World Yoga teachers and their work in the Middle, TN community.
Q: How can I get involved in the Music City Yoga Festival?
You can get involved with the Music City Yoga Festival or Small World Yoga by contacting us at email@example.com. We have opportunities for volunteers, vendors, and sponsors.
Q: What does the Music City Yoga Festival support?
The Music City Yoga Festival began 6 years ago as a way to support international non-profit Africa Yoga Project. Since its inception, the festival has grown to primarily support local non-profit Small World Yoga. Each year a percentage of the money raised is still given to Africa Yoga Project.
Both non-profits support increasing access to yoga in the community. Both believe yoga is a tool for personal empowerment, wellness, and community. For more information visit Small World Yoga and Africa Yoga Project.