Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts, Jr., and the Inglewood City Council invite the public to the 2019 Earth Day Music Festival and Environmental Information event, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 20 at Inglewood City Hall, 1 West Manchester Blvd.
The free event is designed with families in mind. There will be valuable information provided by vendors related to the planet and how all of us can help to preserve our environment. Be there for timely tips on conserving resources, recycling, and “going green.”
Additionally, there will be musical performances by Eric Benét, Kenny Lattimore, Con Funk Shun, Club Nouveau, Shaunice, and our own Mr. Phillip Lauth. The Festival will be hosted by KJLH Radio Personality Guy Black.
“The city is on a trajectory unparalleled by any in the nation,” Butts said. “This event is another high quality, positive example of what the new Inglewood brings to Los Angeles County. Together and individually we can make the earth a better place. The musical performances will turn this serious educational experience into an outdoor concert.”
Attendees may bring lawn chairs, blankets and picnic baskets. No canopies or umbrellas will be allowed. There will also be food trucks, a kid’s zone, face painting and crafts along with the environmental information booths.
Co-sponsors include Consolidated Disposal Service and the Los Angeles Clippers. For more information, call (310) 412-533