Shakers religion: The truth behind their colorful banners

On Saturday, the Shakers of the United States of America are gearing up to take on the world with their annual World Shakers Festival, taking place in the capital city of Sacramento.

The festival features dozens of speakers and hundreds of artists, musicians, and artists performing their own spiritual and cultural traditions.

The Shakers, whose first official appearance was in 2013, are the newest religion to take part in the annual event, with the first ever event taking place on September 12.

They will also be hosting a number of performances on Saturday, including a performance by the legendary Bob Dylan on the Shaker Stage.

The Shakers originated in New York City in the early 1990s, with some members choosing to move to California as a way to live out their dreams.

They formed their own religious organization in 1993, the New Shakers.

The group is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, but they are also active in the Bay Area through a variety of social and cultural organizations.

Shakers’ current member, the Grammy Award-winning musician, will be performing his new album, “Shake the Shocker.”

As a member of the Shakes, Bob Dylan has a number on his own.

Dylan is also a longtime member of The Shakes.

In 2009, the band released a track called “The New Shaker,” which was later nominated for an award for Best Pop Performance.

In 2013, Dylan performed the song “I Saw You on the TV” at a festival in Austin, Texas.

Bob Dylan will be playing the music from “Shaking the Shroom.”

The Shaker Festival will also feature performances by the Roots, R. Kelly, and others.

The first show is set to take place at 5:30 p.m. at the New York Civic Center in New Jersey.

The performance is free and open to the public, but will cost a bit of money to attend.

The World Shakes will also showcase their diverse musical traditions.

There will be live performances from the likes of The Flaming Lips, The Beach Boys, and The Replacements.

There’s also a performance from legendary hip hop artist Killer Mike, who is scheduled to perform “Tearin’ Up The Country,” “I’m Ready for War,” and “Gangsta’s Paradise.”

There will also a show from the Roots and The Roots will perform a number from their classic albums.

The Roots’ “Lose Your Religion” will be performed on stage as well.

The event also features performances from rockers The Who and Pearl Jam, with a live performance from The Who’s “Won’t Get Fooled Again.”

There is also an appearance from Bruce Springsteen.

Tickets are available for the Shaking festival here: