Earth Day Eve

Start the celebration early at Earth Day Eve – a family-friendly evening with food, music by Jake’s Leg, and activities on the Festival grounds in the Earth Day Cafe area. Funds raised through this event support the year-round programming of St. Louis Earth Day.  A silent auction and 50/50 raffle will be available to all!

Saturday, April 25, 2015
4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
The Muny, Forest Park

TICKETS & ADMISSION

All are welcome…

  • General admission: $5 in advance, $10 day of the event
  • FREE for kids 12 & under
  • Festival sponsors, vendors and volunteers may be provided with a limited number of complimentary tickets – see your registration information for more details.
  • Friends of Earth Day Tent admission: $35 in advance, $45 day of the event
    • Enjoy access to the Friends of Earth Day tent, which includes complimentary food & drinks and a silent auction.
Tickets are on sale NOW!

Become a corporate host of Earth Day Eve and receive free tickets. Treat your “green team” to this outside-the-box event. Contact Cassandra Hage (director@stlouisearthday.org)  for more information. 

100% of ticket sales and donations support year-round St. Louis Earth Day programs, like the Earth Day Action Grants. Thank you for your support!

Around 450 people enjoyed the 1st Earth Day Eve in 2013, with food, drink, fire pits and music by The Bottoms Up Blues Gang and Big Brother Thunder and the MasterBlasters.

Around 450 people enjoyed the first Earth Day Eve in 2013, with food, drink, fire pits and music by The Bottoms Up Blues Gang and Big Brother Thunder and the MasterBlasters.

MUSIC

Leave your troubles at the door and enjoy Jake’s Leg, while you relax and enjoy the park.jakes-leg_poster_2011-proof5_doc
Can you remember back to when Jake’s Leg played at the first St. Louis Earth Day Festival?

FOOD/DRINK

Enjoy a preview of the food vendors who will be on hand the following day for the Earth Day Festival.

Let your friends know you’re going by RSVP-ing to our Facebook event for Earth Day Eve.

DIRECTIONS & PARKING

Enter from the corner of Theater Drive and Union Drive, on the lower-East side of The Muny (near the lower Muny parking lot). Only the Cafe area is open during Earth Day Eve; the remainder of the Festival grounds will be closed to the public. Parking is available at the lower Muny parking lot; ample bike parking is available (please bring your own lock!).