20 Apr Greenpop ‘Cool as folk’ @ Assembly
Here’s a natural gig for you guys, what better way than to party for a cause right? Read on..
Greenpop welcomes Earth Day with a party celebrating the earth and her beautiful trees – Cool as Folk, 21 April 2011, The Assembly, 8pm. Tree planting initiative, Greenpop, started planting indigenous and fruit trees on the Cape Flats in September last year. At Greenpop, the past 7 months have seen just over 3000 trees going into the ground, environmental education spreading, more than 500 volunteers signing up to come and plant, and wonderful school children getting their hands dirty and learning to plant and care for trees.
Through the hot summer, schools excitedly implemented Greenpop’s grey water idea, where each child brings in a 2-litre bottle of their bath water to school 3 times a week and each class has designated days to water their trees. With more than a 1000 learners at some schools, that’s a lot of recycled water!
But now it’s time for the rains to come, and some rain dancing is in order. Greenpop’s second ‘Cool as Folk’ party this Thursday 21 April – the day before Earth Day and a string of amazing public holidays. What better way to welcome the rest season and bring on the Cape rains.
Come party for trees at Cape Town’s premier live music venue, The Assembly!
The incredible line up includes:
Jeremy Loops and Trak
Two Minute Puzzle
Tickets are R30 before 9pm and R40 afterwards – the lucky 150th person
to buy a ticket will WIN:
a bottle of Jim Beam
a BOS Ice Tea Hamper
a Greenpop Tree Ring compliments of BOS (a tree will be planted in
your name and you’ll receive the GPS coordinates of where it’s
growing. You’ll also get a cute Tree keyring!)
Pre-booked tickets – BOOK and WIN:
Pre-buy your party ticket and a Greenpop tree on Webtickets and stand a chance to WIN: a bottle on Jim Beam and free entrance for 5 of your friends!
RSVP on facebook