We had a vision of you.  A vision of you finding yourself.  Finding yourself through a collective consciousness that is calling all of us.  Finding yourself right here in the heart of the city.

The Organization

YOUniverSOUL is an organization that serves to collaborate with like-minded visionaries to create workshops and presentations of live interactive art, music, movement, and education.
Our mission is to awaken human nature and contribute to the overall health and happiness of our city. By encouraging unity through bringing together our strong and beloved communities to co-exist in the same space, we hope to inspire personal growth and a deep connection to humanity and earth.
The dream of having a conscious festival in Houston that promotes oneness has been circling in our hearts for years. The idea of making our city known for its self-sustainability is our prime goal. This dream was put into action on April 7, 2017 when the name was established and a Facebook group was created. On April 15, 2017, the first brainstorming meeting was held and the vision has grown exponentially from there.

The Team

John Tran

John Tran

Co-Founder

Al Jameson

Al Jameson

Co-Founder

Saumil Manek

Saumil Manek

Co-Founder

The Festival

YOUniverSOUL Fest is a one-day ticketed consciousness festival with a unique blend of yoga, art, music, and community.  Other festivities include dance, philosophy, spirituality, healing, social interactivity, plant-based food, sustainable living, and children’s programming.

Event Beneficiary

In an effort to support the local Houston community and live up to its mission and vision, YOUniverSOUL is proud to announce a strong partnership with the Midtown Park Conservancy (MPC), a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.  A portion of the event’s proceeds will go to MPC.  Its top mission is to aid and assist the Midtown Redevelopment Authority (MRA) and the Midtown Management District (MMD) with the promotion, development, encouragement and maintenance of employment, commerce, transportation, housing, tourism, recreation, the arts, entertainment, economic development, safety and the public welfare in Midtown Houston. In addition, MPC maintains and operates all MRA-owned facilities, including Midtown Park, Midtown Park Parking Garage, and Bagby Park.