The new Balboa Park event is not to be missed!
San Diego is getting ready to celebrate Earth Day with a brand new festival! The San Diego EarthFest is set to take place on April 22, from 12-4pm at Balboa Park. This inaugural event promises to be a huge hit, with over 100 eco-friendly food, product, and service vendors in attendance, along with environmental, conservation, and animal rescue groups.
From Vegan Food to Live Music: San Diego’s First EarthFest is Set to Wow Attendees
San Diego EarthFest is an exciting new event that will feature over 100 vendors. Attendees can shop from a wide selection of sustainable products, including apparel, jewelry, beauty and wellness items, dog treats, and home goods. An international food court with 25 local vendors will offer a huge variety of plant-based foods from around the globe, and a wide selection of beverages, desserts, and pre-packaged snacks and sauces will also be available to purchase. A short sample of food vendors includes Alive Ferments, Falafel Heights, Mountain Meadow Mushroom Farms, Rayluca Chocolate, and Vegan Mirai Sushi.
In addition to shopping and eating, there will be plenty of entertainment for the whole family. The event schedule will provide a full lineup of entertainment, featuring speakers, cooking demonstrations, and live music, as well as family-friendly activities.
Zero-Waste and Sustainable: San Diego EarthFest Brings Eco-Friendly Products and Services to Balboa Park
San Diego EarthFest is proud to be a zero-waste event, partnering with Sustainability is Sexy to implement onsite waste diversion and recycling management. This ensures that the event is not only fun but also environmentally friendly!
With over 1 billion people worldwide participating in Earth Day events each year, the San Diego EarthFest promises to be a huge success. Balboa Park is the perfect location for this festival, and with the tradition of celebrating Earth Day at this venue, this year’s event is expected to be even more special!
Mark your calendars for April 22, and celebrate Earth Day at San Diego EarthFest. For more information, visit SanDiegoEarthFest.com.