Join us at our 5th annual free Green Fest 2013 hosted by Dogwood Alliance!
FREE musical performance by Ed Roland & the Sweet Tea Project!
With the Sweet Tea Project, former Collective Soul front man and Atlanta native, Ed Roland, has teamed up with a group of friends and musicians for a new approach to his classic hit-making style, featuring an eclectic collection of songs that range from hard driving to heart touching with one common thread.
Solar powered sound provided by Tree Leaf Music!
Norcross-based Tree Leaf Music strives to educate the world on the importance of
sustainable living and the impact of conscious consumerism through the power of music. They record their music with renewable energy at their carbon neutral facility and have been supporters of Dogwood Alliance’s Green Fest for many years!
Interested in being a vendor? Visit our Vendor Registration Page!
Interested in being a sponsor? Check out our Green Fest Sponsorship Packages!
Interested in learning more about the festival? Visit our Green Fest Website!
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If you have any questions, please contact:
Marketing & Membership Coordinator
828-251-2525 ext. 13
Dogwood Alliance is a Southern forest protection non-profit, mobilizing the public and exposing the truth about forest destruction to inspire individuals, communities, corporations, and government to take action while working collaboratively with industry leaders to put innovative business solutions to work that result in more protected Southern forests.
Our local partner for 2013 is Poverty is Real, a non-profit organization that leverages the universal love of music to combat poverty at the local level. PIR organizes and promotes fundraising concerts that raise money for local organizations addressing the issues of poverty and homelessness in their communities.