Colorado Springs gets spiritual this weekend

April 19, 2013 by  

Colorado Springs Metaphysical Celebration will bring together more than 200 professional exhibitors, healers, and readers under one roof this weekend for a fantastic three-day event that is designed to be affordable for everyone.

This is one of the oldest psychic and holistic fairs in the United States with an average attendance of 4,000 people. Poster printing was most likely used to promote this spiritual and natural healing event to people in this region.

At this event, guests can explore everything from astrology and yoga to dreams and naturopaths. There are many vendors offering an eclectic range of products, as well as a number of entertaining and informative presentations. The first festival of this type took place in Colorado Springs back in 1978 and it has been growing since with more people attending biannually.

There is plenty of parking in the area, so it is an opportunity to grab a few friends and explore what this showcase of professionals has to offer. Readers at this Expo are charging $20 for a 20-minute session, plus the meeting rooms have almost 100 free presentations and workshops to visit and learn more. There is a selected group of readers available, as well as gifted astrologers, tarot readers, psychics, clairvoyants, and mediums.

Admission to this expo is $5 per person, and it gets underway at 10:00 am today, April 19, at the Colorado Springs City Auditorium located at 221 East Kiowa Street in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It continues tomorrow and Sunday. To learn more, please visit the BMS Celebration website.