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Green Apple Festival Celebrates Earth Day

03:22 AM Wednesday 3/26/08 | |

The Roots, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Derek Trucks Band, Arrested Development, The Neville Brothers and Ziggy Marley are just a few of the many artists scheduled to take part in an eight-city Earth Day Celebration produced by Earth Day Network and Green Apple Festival organizers.

The all-inclusive, interactive and free public events will occur April 20 in New York City's Central Park, Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo, Denver's City Park, Dallas' Fair Park, San Francisco's Golden Gate Park and Los Angeles' Santa Monica Pier, along with a flagship event on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

The events will combine environmental addresses by prominent speakers, the presence of a wide variety of environmental organizations and educational displays on the theme of environmental awareness.

So far, the expected lineup for each city is:

New York City

Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder

Big Head Todd and the Monsters

Vusi Mahlasela

Vienna Teng

Washington, D.C.

The Roots & Friends

Gov't Mule

Toots & The Maytals

Thievery Corporation (DJ set)

Warren Haynes (solo acoustic set)

Umphrey's McGee

DC Boys Choir

City Dance


Derek Trucks Band

The Dirty Dozen Brass Band

Meshell Ndegeocello

Chicago Afrobeat Orchestra

Miss Lori Holton Nash

The Gwalla Gwallas

Event MC - Kyle Orton - Chicago Bears



Arrested Development

Baby Loves Salsa

Caravan of Thieves


Los Lonely Boys

Martin Sexton

Junior Brown

Cas Haley

The Steps

George Stanford


The Neville Brothers

Benevento Russo Duo

Rose Hill Drive

San Francisco

Mickey Hart's Mass Drums

Yonder Mountain String Band

Brett Dennen

Los Angeles

Taj Mahal

Ziggy Marley (solo acoustic)

Juliette & The Licks

School of Rock Hollywood Allstars

The Frequency

Coby Brown

In addition to the Earth Day events, more than 125 venues will become Green Apple venues over Earth Day weekend, as festival organizers introduce environmentally friendly practices and products at participating venues as a new way of doing business.

Additional information on each event can be found at EarthDay.net and GreenAppleFestival.com.