St. Louis Earth Day Festival

25th Annual Celebration

St. Louis Earth Day organizes what now ranks as the 2nd largest Earth Day celebration in the nation according to Earth Day Network, the international organization that catalogs and supports community Earth Day events around the world.  Funds raised from the St. Louis Earth Day Festival support the year-round programming of the St. Louis Earth Day organization, ensuring everyday sustainability.


Join in this community tradition to learn about sustainable products and services offered by local businesses and organizations, meet area non-profits that share the mission of Earth Day, catch local musical acts and performance art, participate in a number of hands-on educational activities, and enjoy diverse cuisine featuring local, organic and vegetarian options.
Read more about our 2014 celebration or use the links at right to Plan Your Visit.

Sunday, April 27, 2014
11am – 6pm
The Muny grounds of Forest Park
Free & open to the public  |  Family & dog friendly  |  Rain or shine!


Start the celebration early, while supporting the St. Louis Earth Day organization, by enjoying food and music on the eve of the St. Louis Earth Day Festival.
Read more here…

Saturday, April 26, 2014
4pm – 7pm
The Muny at McKinley Dr. & Pagoda Cir., Forest Park
Suggested donation of $5, free to Festival Sponsors, Partners, Vendors, and Volunteers


Also known as “REX!,” we’ve been organizing this massive hard-to-recycle collection event on the same day as the St. Louis Earth Day Festival since 2011.
Read more here…

Sunday, April 27, 2014
10am – 4pm
St. Louis Community College – Forest Park Campus, off Oakland Avenue
Please bring only those items listed as being collected.

Important Dates.

Oct. 22 – Festival Sponsorships Available, Booth Registration Opens
Nov. 15 – Earth Day Action Grants Applications Available
Jan. 5 – Early Bird Pricing Ends
Feb. 16 – Food Vendor Application Deadline
Feb. 21 – Volunteer Registration Opens
March 1 – Earth Day Cafe Vendors Announced
March 2 – Deadlines for Educational Exhibitor & Farmers Market Applications
March 3 – Late Registration Period Begins
March 21 – Program Listing Deadline
March 24 – Earth Month Kick-off
April 4 – Booth Registration Ends
April 11 – Volunteer Registration Ends
April 22 – Volunteer Orientation
May 5 – Festival Evaluation Session

Get Involved.

1.) Register your business or organization to have a booth at the Festival.

2.) Sponsor this local tradition, while supporting sustainability programs all year long.

3.) Volunteer with a troupe of Mother Earth-loving, fun-seekers at the event.

  • Registration opens in February, but you can sign-up to our volunteer opportunities mailing list today!

4.) Have an idea? Drop us a line!