San Francisco Earth Day 2017 Festival & Climate Rally | Civic Center

  • When: 
    Apr 22, 3:00am
  • Where: 
    Civic Center Plaza
    355 McAllister Street
    San Francisco, CA 94102
  • Price: 

Photo | via Mass Effect WikiEvery year, up to 10,000 people from the Bay Area and beyond come together to celebrate Earth Day San Francisco. On Saturday, April 22, 2017 it is happening again and not only there is a festival but also a climate rally for Mother Earth.
Earth Day Festival | San Francisco
Saturday, April 22, 2017 | 10 am to 6 pm
Civic Center, SF
Please note that the event was originally scheduled for Justin Herman Plaza but is now taking place at Civic Center
The festival will feature amazing top notch entertainment, dynamic panel discussions, speakers and activists at the ‘Eco Teach In’ Rally, an organic celebrity chef showcase, organic and vegan food courts, wine and beer gardens, clean energy zone, cutting edge earth friendly products, an electric vehicle showcase, kids zone, the hugely popular ‘Silent disco stage’, a 50th Anniversary of the Summer of love Tribute Stage a Psychedelic Eco Fashion Show and tons more.

Nearest BART Station: 
Civic Center/UN Plaza (SF)

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