Green Apple Music & Arts Festival | April 20-22, 2007
NEW YORK CITY • CHICAGO • SAN FRANCISCO
For the full lineup of New York City shows affiliated with the Green Apple Festival click here (shows without a “Buy Tix” link are free). I have the NYC free shows listed below.
NYC Free Show Lineup
Friday, April 20 | Grand Central Terminal (on Vanderbilt Ave.)
12:00PM – Paul Green’s School of Rock feat. Jon Anderson performing the music of Yes
1:15PM – Gandalf Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams
4:15PM – Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
5:45PM – Ozomatli
Bloomingdale’s (3rd Ave at 59th St)
1:00-4:00 PM Children’s Museum of Manhattan Presents Award-winning Interactive Kids’ Music with a “Green Message” CONSTANT WONDER on 8th and 9th floors.
Sunday, April 22 (Earth Day) | The Great Hill in Central Park
1:00PM – The Laurie Berkner Band with Susie Lampert and Adam Bernstein
12:00PM – Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could
followed by an afternoon dance party by Baby Loves Disco
14th St Y (344 East 14th Street)
11:30am – 3:30pm – The Life Aquatic
Celebrate the beauty and learn how to contribute to the preservation of aquatic species at the 14th Street Y with an arts and crafts “create your own sea life costume” activity, followed by a costume parade to the pool.
San Francisco Free Show Lineup
San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park will come alive with performances by legendary Grateful Dead vocalist Bob Weir and his band Ratdog, Stephen Marley, The Greyboy All-Stars, SF native Samantha Stollenwerck and top singer/songwriter Martin Sexton.
Chicago Free Show Lineup
Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo will present performances by The Blisters, featuring Sam and Spencer, the children of Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, Ella Jenkins, dubbed “the first lady of children’s music”, acclaimed dub producer, Mad Professor, the talented kids from Paul Green’s School of Rock, Todd Park Mohr of Big Head Todd, electronica favorites the Disco Biscuits, and home-town headliners Umphrey’s McGee.
About The Green Apple Music & Arts Festival:
Produced by Peter Shapiro and Relix magazine in partnership with Earth Day Network and presented by JPMorgan Chase, The Green Apple Music & Arts Festival will put the Earth Day message into practice by “greening” all of the participating venues. Green Apple will provide venues in each city with environmentally friendly cups and straws, napkins and paper towels made of recycled materials, compostable garbage bags and biodegradable cleaning materials to ensure the event has a direct impact on how the venues operate.
Furthering their zero waste goal, the entire Festival will be carbon-neutral, meaning it will offset any carbon dioxide emission produced as a result of the festival, making this the nation’s largest carbon-neutral event ever. Additionally, each venue will have an informational table featuring educational and volunteer information relating to prominent environmental issues and organizations.