Now in its 10th successful year of bringing citizens together in unity and community to celebrate the beautiful planet we call home, EarthFest Los Angeles 2018 is the City of Angels' premier musical, creative, and activist-oriented festival for those interested in healthy lifestyles, sustainable living, and the many important, wide-ranging environmental and socioeconomic issues facing Mother Earth today.
EarthFest Los Angeles will take place on Saturday, October 20th, 2018, at Media Park in Culver City.
A highly-popular and free public service project of California Greenworks, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit focused on improving city urban communities through environmental outreach and educational programs, EarthFest Los Angeles is a fun, day-long, and family-friendly event filled with live music, cultural dancing, influential guest speakers, children's activities, information workshops, and much, much more - all focused on maintaining healthy lifestyles, adopting sustainable living best practices, and addressing...and taking action against such major environmental problems as global climate change, air, land and water pollution, and deforestation. Here at California Greenworks, we believe those changes first begin with ourselves, our lifestyles, and our living practices, and those transformations then have a direct and long-lasting positive impact on our environment.
For more information about EarthFest Los Angeles 2018, including speakers, vendors, sponsors, activity schedules, the incredible musical artist lineup, and event location and parking details, please feel free to browse our website here!
To ensure a pleasurable concert experience for all, we appreciate your compliance with the following:
NO alcoholic beverages,
No footstools and/or footrests
The use of portable grills, tables or "blow up" furniture of any kind is prohibited
No glass or cans, metal utensils / or any miscellaneous sharp objects are not permissible
No coolers over 45 quarts will be allowed in the event.
Smoking in the concert area is prohibited.
Please turn off cell phones or put on vibrate.
No Bathing suits or otherwise, inappropriate dress allowed.
UMBRELLAS AND HIGHBACK CHAIRS, at the back of the Lawn Seat section.
Sand chairs are allowed
Pants must be worn at the waist, shirts are also required.
Picnic baskets are allowed inside the event area.
Food from vendors at the event can be purchased and brought into the event.
Plastic utensils, plastic food containers and factory sealed plastic beverage containers are allowed.
Help us keep the area clean and safe by disposing of your garbage, and reporting any suspicious activities. Event management reserves the right to deny admission to anyone who fails to conduct themselves in a resposible, respectable manner. We thank you in advance for your full cooperation.
If those options are not viable, Culver City offers plenty of public parking facilities in and around the historic downtown district area. For more information on city public parking lots, garages, and metered spots follow this link.
TRANSPORTATION: In the environmentally-conscious spirit of EarthFest Los Angeles, and to significantly reduce carbon emissions, organizers highly encourage all attendees to carpool; use public transportation and ride-sharing services (e.g., Lyft and Uber); and to walk and cycle their way to get to this year's festival. For public transportation information, schedules, and pick up/drop off destinations, please visit the Metro website.
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Comedian Kente Scott Kente Scott is a stand-up comedian based in Los Angeles, Ca. who has been performing for crowds across the country for over fifteen years. He has performed with many comedy greats such as Cedric The Entertainer, Chris Spencer, Rodney Perry, Juan Villareal, Katt Williams, Sherri Shepherd, and Bill Burr. I have also had an extensive career in Hollywood, starring in movies and television shows alongside entertainment icons including Denzel Washington, Eddie Murphy, the late Michael Clarke Duncan, Dennis Haysbert, Forest Whitaker, and George Clooney. Kente has also entertained our troops at military bases in Narita and Okinawa, Japan. He is very proficient in doing clean comedy and "club" sets, and is very adept at tailoring his performance for the audience/organization that he is appearing before
AfriCali a hearty cloppino of rock, blues, heavy rhythms and percussion of 1970's South African music, Drenched in Hip hop Roots topped with coastal-spch seasoning. AfriCali is more than just a band, it's "a mixture of Afrobeat truth-consciousness with a Californian street swagger, morphed with hip-hop and drenched in cultural roots". The AfriCali genre lends importance to all the instrumentation as much as it does to the vocals. The melodies of each instrument and voice develop in episodes, as opposed to the familiar verse-chorus format. Influences are drawn from soulful rock, blues, heavy rhythms and percussion of 1970s Ethiopian music topped with coastal-psych seasoning. After working together with the likes of Brian Wilson, Gerry Garcia, Talib Kweli and K'Naan, keyboarder Nico Georis und MC Eyezon founded AfriCali in 2010 as an immaculate realization of the musical melting pot they envisioned. Dedicated to the "daughters of the sun and the mothers of the brave", their new TDR release "Taught Of A Culture" is an authentic liberatory statement of this concept, living up to real values and aspirations by pushing aside all limits and boundaries for a new, self-determined culture. Recommended for fans of The Rolling Stones, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Eugene McDaniels, Serge Gainsbourg, William Onyeabor and Talib Kweli alike.
Little Fish is a popular 7 piece band from Ventura County, CA. The music is classic R&B, Funk, dance music. Our sound is composed of rich vocals, with male and female lead singers, fine guitar work, keyboards (with synthesized horn and string sections). The band has a very good following at Ventura and LA County clubs, concerts and other venues. Various band members have had amazing careers playing with such artists as Kenny Loggins, Elton John, Mick Jagger, Three Dog Night, George Benson, Rick Springfield, Dave Mason, Hugh Laurie's Band for TV, and others. Lead singer, Jeff Pescetto is a recording artist/ song writer, who has worked in-studio with Quincy Jones, David Foster and other well known producers. Band members have played in all types and sizes of venues, including the Gibson Universal Amphitheater, Fox Theater Atlanta, Santa Monica Civic Center, and at the National Mall, in Washington DC.
Solo Artist Jessica Childress An LA-based singer/songwriter reminiscent of the golden age of classic soul, Jessica Childress has an enormous voice that combines traditional R&B with a rock n' roll energy. Since her national music debut on Season 4 of NBC's The Voice, she's opened for Charles Bradley, The Family Stone, Patti Labelle, Allen Stone and performed at SXSW, Sunset Strip Music Festival, Long Beach NYE, and Bottlerock Napa 2017.
If you're looking for a genuine Eagles experience, look no further. The Boys of Summer are comprised of true veteran musicians who re-create some of the greatest music ever written, note for note. Together they have played thousands of festivals, corporate parties, casinos, private parties, weddings, and other events. Playing this music with accuracy takes intense focus, and having all those shows behind them has given them the seasoning it takes to recreate these incredible songs.
First elected in to the LACCD board in 2015, Sydney connects students to educational and vocational opportunities. She connects communities to the nine colleges of the district, which spans nearly 900 square miles and serves more than 250,000 students every year. She connects the largest job market in the nation to the economic development, procurement, and training afforded by the largest community college district in the nation. Sydney helped lead an effort to expand opportunities for local, small and diverse firms to access the district, established a pipeline between the district and the courts system, and optimized supportive services for students who were formerly in the foster care system and who were formerly incarcerated.
Vice Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells is in her second term on the City Council of Culver City. Only the 5th woman to be elected to Council in the city's 100-year history, Sahli-Wells has championed initiatives to improve the lives of families, leading efforts to address climate change, active transportation, equity, affordable housing, homeless services, and to protect her community from the effects of oil drilling. Some of Sahli-Wells's most significant contributions to Culver City and her surrounding community include: making Culver City a 100% renewable energy city by 2019, championing the passage of Measure CW for clean water, banning polystyrene and plastic bags, implementing city-wide residential composting, and spearheading efforts to phase out oil drilling in the Inglewood Oil Field. Known as "the biking mayor," Sahli-Wells helped craft Culver City's first bike and pedestrian master plan, and is currently focused on launching a bike share program, protected bike lanes, and other safe and eco-friendly transportation initiatives. She is also responsible for bringing CicLAvia's signature car-free streets, people-powered event to Culver City. In addition to her Council duties, Sahli-Wells is on the national boards of Local Progress and Elected Officials to Protect America. Regionally, she a Board Director of Clean Power Alliance, the Westside Cities Council of Governments, and the Regional Council for the Southern California Association of Governments. She previously served on the Exposition Line Construction Authority board. A double major in World Arts and Cultures, and in French, Sahli-Wells holds two bachelor's degrees from UCLA. She lived in France for 14 years, and has traveled extensively, studying visual anthropology, conducting sociological research, and working as a translator.
Council member Koretz currently serves on the L.A. City Council, where he champions environmental protection including fighting climate change, conserving water, and protecting our natural resources. Council member Koretz is leading the fight against mansionization and working hard to solve our city's long-time homelessness problem. He also created a program for greater enforcement of quality of life issues and authored several laws to protect animals from cruel practices. He has worked hard to pave our streets, trim our trees, and improve our parks.