“Biological diversity is the key to the maintenance of the world as we know it.”
~ E.O. Wilson, Biodiversity
The Environmental Music & Arts Project (eMAP) will be hosting the second annual Missouri Prairie Festival, Saturday, October 7, 2017 at the Thomas Dunn Learning Center in St. Louis. The all-ages event will combine live music, an educational program, and live art. All proceeds will go to the Missouri Prairie Foundation. A $10 donation will include entrance to the festival and two 4 Hands Brewing Company beers for any attendee above the age of 21.
There will be something for everyone at the Missouri Prairie Festival, which will be amplifying its musical entertainment with a solar-powered PA system! Not only will great local musical talent be featured, but the festival will also boast a robust educational program with topics including, but not limited to: solar power, environmental law, the West Lake Landfill, recycling, and up-cycling. The full band list is included below. The complete music and education schedule to be announced.
Full band list (no particular order):
Cree Rider Family Band
The Vanilla Beans
Monkh And The People
Hands and Feet
Hillary Fitz Band