Open Collective
Open Collective
Earth to Raleigh: Our First Big Fundraiser!
Published on April 24, 2023 by Schrader

Join us for a FREE music and arts festival celebrating Earth Month and the Raleigh community!
This Sunday, April 30th, from 2-7pm, we'll be hosting our first big fundraiser event at Clouds Brewing Taproom, 1233 Front St. Raleigh. This free festival will celebrate Mother Earth, highlight local groups focused on environmental justice and sustainability, feature an artist market of over 20 local vendors, and SO MUCH MORE! Help us celebrate while we raise funds to support our new community center in downtown Raleigh!

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Event Details:

- 2:30 | Maxine Eloi Band | singer/songwriter Maxine Eloi will kick things off with the first set featuring dreamy vocals over moody riffs!
- 3:30 | Kamus Leonardo | Kamus Leonardo, a rising talent in the local scene, will be bringing the heat and spreading love because we know Dope Art Makes Everyone Smile!
 - 4:30 | Whoop | from barn jam band to the big bandstands, Whoop brings an eclectic mix of indie-pop, reggae, jazzy hip-hop, and rock to the Clouds stage!
 - 5:30 | JULIA. | and closing out the day will be JULIA, straight from the Mothership and ready to bring the FUNK to your FACE!
 - PLUS bonus tunes all day long from DJ Brownie Batter & DJ Deflowered 

- The Burning Hand Artworks: original art, jewelry
- Fallen Trees: sustainable up-cycled art, including butterfly earrings ethically sourced from a local butterfly garden
- Zine Bean Collective: all your local zine needs, plus other goodies
- Groovy Goblin: wood burnings, handmade jewelry, and more
- Happy Cabbage: live watercolor painting, plus handmade items
- WALAMOB: up-cycled clothing, rugs, lampshades, and more
- Beany V: live painting and abstract works on canvas
- Artsy Art by Mac: custom earrings made on the spot
- Casas Studios: handmade pottery and other items
- Sour Bitch Crafts: felted and papercraft goodies
- Paper Izzy Art: live caricatures, handmade journals, and more
- Crimson Harvest: up-cycled and found art, assemblages, taxidermy, and more
- Altered and Alchemy: ceramics and up-cycled vintage apparel
- Bragg About Art: up-cycled wood crafts, candles, and more
- Jet Schmidt Pottery: handmade pottery
- GhostGillz: original art and stickers
- Brutal Bohemian: original screen printed apparel and other items
- Garlic Beard: pen & ink illustrations, keychains, and more
- Mickiee's Sticker Shop: stickers, prints, and keychains
- Villa Designs NC: handmade polymer clay accessories, design your own clay charcuterie
- SplitGillStudio: fine art prints, bookmarks, and more
- Bonehead Art: salvaged sculptures, hand painted found objects
- Eclectic Ego: drawings, paintings, and other art items
- Green Paynt Studios: metal animals, wood carved signs, and more 

- Live screen printing of limited-edition Earth to Raleigh posters by SUPER G Print Lab
- Community Chalk Art Mural led by local artist Schrader Art
- Collaborative canvas mural led by the CoLab Raleigh
- RUMAH activity table with cyanotype sun prints, print your own patch or postcard, a button-making station, and more!
- Plus live painting, caricatures, and other interactive components by the vending artists and tabling organizations!

- Enjoy delicious Greek grub by the Greek Goat food truck on-site
- Check out our silent auction featuring locally sourced items from Copperline Plant Co, Oak City Cycling, Jawbreaker Beauty Bar, and more!
- Learn about great work happening in our area, and how you can help, by visiting with folks from Sunrise Durham, Groundhog Autonomous Zone, Bee Downtown, among others!

- Event is a 10 min walk from Wake Forest Rd at Wake Towne Dr (SB) bus stop, off the 2 (orange) and 24L (light blue) lines
- Free parking on-site
- Public restrooms on-site: single occupant, non-gendered and ADA compliant, with changing table
- Entrance through open garage door is wheelchair accessible
- There are tables and seating available both indoors and outdoors
- FREE admittance to festival, family friendly
- Service animals and other well-behaved pets allowed

We can't wait to see you this weekend!

*Rain date for this event is Sunday May 14th

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