Earth Day Network and Green Apple Festival just announced an incredible line-up for the 8 simultaneous concerts they will be staging on April 20th. They are billing the event as "America's Largest Earth Day Celebration" at venues including: The Mall in Washington DC, Golden Gate Park, the Santa Monica Pier and Central Park.
The concerts are expected to attract approximately a half million people who will not only hear incredible music from acts like The Neville Brothers, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Gov't Mule, Ziggy Marley and Arrested Development, but learn from speakers like Treehugger's founder Graham Hill.
The music industry has been at the forefront of the Green movement since its earliest days and concerts for environmental causes are not new. Yet, the convergence of music and corporate America continues to accelerate along with the magnified focus on sustainability throughout the country. We support the integration of these forces which benefits a lot of people, and most importantly the environment through increased awareness.
For more detailed information on the Earth Day Music Festivals please refer here: http://www.jambase.com/Articles/Story.aspx?StoryID=13376