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Sweetlife Festival to feature hot music and sustainable eats
The third annual Sweetlife Festival is organized by the founders of Sweetgreen, a northeast chain of eco-friendly eateries known for dishing up fresh, local ingredients and changing the way the country thinks of fast food. This year's festival will feature twice as many music acts as well as a second stage, called The Treehouse, which will host a roster of emerging artists. Festival-goers will be able to participate in environmentally-focused interactive activities between sets and nosh on munchies from the likes of Jose Andres's Pepe Truck, Shake Shack, Roberta's Pizza and Smucker Farms in the Food Forest, presented in cooperation with Serious Eats.
"Our vision is to extend Sweetgreen's hip and eco-conscious ethos from the table to all facets of the Sweetlife – including the festival fare," said the press release.
General admission tickets went on sale today and are available for $75 on ticketfly.com.