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Earthfest Boston: A Kaleidoscope of Green

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Wow, that was fast. Memorial Day seemed to just fly by this year! But before we pack up our picnic, we’ve got one last fish to fry: Earthfest Boston, my friends. We’ve been talking about Earthfest quite a bit lately around these parts, and for good reason. The line-up was AMAZING: The John Butler Trio, Vega4, Mat Kierney, Guster, KT Tunstall and Grace Potter and The Nocturnals. The weather couldn’t have been nicer too. You could smell the environmental awareness in the air and Boston’s Charles River Esplanade is spring simply cannot be beat!

A few of us from ecorazzi (Nina and I) and our friends (Gabe, Frank, and Julia) got the chance to spend the afternoon at Earthfest on Saturday. Nina and Frank captured some amazing photographs, Gabe shot some amazing video, Julia interviewed some super cool eco-friendly people, and after hearing The John Butler Trio’s ghostly-instrumental jam, Ocean, I was immediately their biggest fan.

Backstage, we got to watch a number of bands giving live radio interviews, and we were able to catch up with Vega4, Adam Gardner from Guster, and Lauren Sullivan, Director and Co-Founder of Reverb. We have some amazing video of our day, and that’ll be coming at you all very soon. Stay tuned!

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