Green Festival is a vibrant, dynamic marketplace where companies and organizations come to showcase green products and services, and where people go to learn how to live healthier, more sustainable lives. The series of festivals is America's largest and longest-running sustainability and green living event.
Los Angeles' Green Festival returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center Sept. 12th, 13th and 14th. The San Francisco Green Festival is scheduled for the Fort Mason Center Nov. 12th, 13th and 14th.
The festivals feature something for everyone interested in living a more sustainable and healthier life. Experience the widest selection of products and services to work green, play green and live green – from food, fashion and health, to energy, construction and design. Enjoy vegan and vegetarian cooking demos, educational activities for kids and families, panels featuring inspirational speakers, and live music and entertainment. The marketplace features more than 250 eco-friendly businesses – everything from all-natural body care products and organic clothing to Fair Trade gifts, beautiful home renovations made from renewable resources, plus vegan and vegetarian offerings based on organic, non-GMO or local, artisanal foods.
You can get discounted passes to the festivals starting at $10. This offer includes a full day at the Green Festival in Los Angeles or San Francisco. From eco-fashion to cooking to DIY projects, there’s something to suit every Earth-loving taste at this event.
- $10 ($23.08 value) for a day pass for two
- $15 ($44.18 value) for a Fan Festival weekend pass for two
- See “What You Need to Know” for dates in Los Angeles and San Francisco
- Tasty vegetarian and vegan food in the food court
- Mix and mingle in the sustainable beer and wine garden
- Kids’ zone, films, demos, dance performances, and more
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