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Green Apple Earth Day Festival Entertains Across The U.S

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This weekend the stars came out to help rock the Green Apple Earth Day Festival in cities all across America. The festival held 8 concerts from California to New York with the goal of putting pressure on congress to take action on global warming.

In Santa Monica Amy Smart, Juliette Lewis and Edward Norton took part. In New York bands like The Bacon Brothers and Ricky Saggs and Kentucky Thunder put on the show. Miami was entertained by Menudo, in Dallas Martin Sexton kept it real and Jordin Sparks sang her face off in Washington D.C

The weekend was a success and billed as “America’s largest Earth Day celebration” with 500,000 people expected to have attended. Were you at the show? If so, tell Ecorazzi how awesome it was (or how un-awesome it was). We want to hear from you!!!!

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