GREEN LIVING FESTIVAL


Brothers Past
Citizens' Environmental Coalition, New York's leading environmental health organization is proud to present the Green Living Festival. The Festival's centerpiece is a day long concert co-sponsored by State of Mind Music Magazine, featuring Brothers Past, Apollo Sunshine, Percy Hill, Ryan Montbleau Band, Peter Prince & Moon Boot Lover and Scarecrow Collection, with full sets by each band. The Festival will be one of the largest environmental displays in the history of NY's Capital Region.

The Green Living Festival will offer entertainment and information for all ages. Along with the music, the Festival will give participants the opportunity to empower themselves by learning the simple steps they can take to create their own toxic-free future and build safe homes and communities. There will be ten interactive workshops on a wide range of environmental health issues including, the hidden dangers of cosmetics and toiletries and their safer options, college greening, safe cleaning products, green building and how to get your voice heard on these and other crucial issues. There will be a special organic wine and cheese tasting as well as a screening of the Sundance Award winning film Blue Vinyl-A Toxic Comedy. The festival will also feature a wide range of eco-friendly vending and information, and a children's activity area.

The Green Living Festival will be taking place at the Empire State Convention Center. This unique state of the art facility (located right below the famous Egg performing arts center and across from the NY State Capitol) will amaze participants by the one of a kind festival experience the indoor hall offers. We are honored to be able to use the Convention Hall as it is rarely used for this type of event. Though it is called a festival the venue is more like a club and tickets will be limited.

The Green Living Festival will be taking place Earth Day Saturday April 22nd, doors open at 12:30 p.m. and the music goes until 11 p.m. Tickets are just $22 and are now available at the Egg box office and by phone at 518-473-1845. Kids under 12 are free. There will be additional artists announcements coming soon, and the ticket price may go up after the artist additions, so get your tickets early.

For more information (including information on vending) visit Citizens' Environmental Coalition's website www.cectoxic.org or call 518-462-5527. Don't miss what is sure to be a landmark event.


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BiscuitBum starstar Thu 4/6/2006 10:31AM
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BiscuitBum

Thats cheap.. percy hill would be cool. I can't stand Brothers past though. seen the many times and im sorry there not that good. Whats with the guy with funny little hats?