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7 Reasons You Don’t Want to Miss Earth Love Fest

April 19, 2019 by CJ Schwartz
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Earth Love Fest is a new day party to honor Earth Day 2019 and inspire you to “green your life” and change the world. It’s going down at 99 Scott Studio, a v cool indoor-outdoor venue just three blocks from House of Yes in Bushwick.

Proceeds from the event go to Oceanic Global, a nonprofit organization that works with individuals and industries to drive the adoption of sustainable practices, support political action, and create global awareness of earth conservation.

You don’t wanna miss this one and here’s why:

You can kick off the day with Daybreaker.
Daybreaker is an early morning dance movement in 25 cities around the world and growing. Each Daybreaker starts with a one hour yoga and fitness experience and then an absolutely epic dance party. Typically, Daybreaker happens before work but in a rare opportunity you can join their mischief as they kickoff Earth Love Festival this Sunday at 10AM.

You can learn ways to live a greener life.
You can entertain your brain with education panels on everything from emerging tech and ocean conservation, sustainable costume design, and living a plastic-free life.

It’s organized by House of Yes so you can count on it to be fun as hell.
House of Yes was literally named #2 on Time Out’s list of the best things to do in the world. We have no chill about them, and we’re not the only ones.

You can get some cool threads at the clothes swap.
Did someone say eco-bazaar of sustainably sourced clothing and accessories? Because yes there’s gonna be one there including an awesome clothes swap. Being green can look very good too, just sayin’.

You can experience interactive earth art.
Whatever this means, we’re excited.

You can dance party your heart out with awesome DJs.
Performance duo Eco Trippin’ will entertain the crowd in between panels, and all the late night dance party magic will go until 10PM with DJ Spooky, Eli Escobar, Tasha Blank, and The Get Down.

It’s free.
Oh yeah, except for the morning Daybreaker, admission is totally free. Check out the Facebook event here.