Performers/Entertainers/Musicians:

PERFORMERS

  • PaperHand Puppets
  • DRUMSTRONG
  • Lucinda Lucas
  • Eboné Lockett / Spoken Word
  • SATYA
  • Metrolina Native American Association
  • InterACTive JEF
  • XFACTOR (Sugar Creek Charter Step Team)
  • Drew Nowlin / Fractured Puppet Mind
  • SHOUT Brass Band
  • “Da TRASHMAN” Performance RAP
  • DJ Kraftward

INTERACTIVES

  • Green Sing-a-Long – Lucinda Lucas 
  • Web of Life Climbing Sculpture
  • EARTH PASSPORTS for each child 5+ years
  • Hands On! / Youth Mural
  • Memory Tree / Wil Bosbyshell
  • 8’ Inflatable Earth
  • BUCKET BRIGADE / “Put out the Fire!”
  • Five Knowledge Stations
  • Maker Space Art Table
  • Storytelling on the Splashground
  • Multispecies Dance Party
  • FOOD CARTS
  • TESLA
  • Charlotte Drive Electric Earth Day event

EXHIBITORS

  • CleanAIRE NC
  • Green Faith
  • Schiele Museum
  • Citizens Climate Lobby
  • Wing Haven
  • Trees Charlotte
  • State Farm Insurance
  • Heartwood Tree Service
  • Charlotte Wildlife Stewards
  • Anne Spring Close Greenway
  • CATS Battery Electric Bus (BEB)
  • CLT Area GREENS
  • Conscious Planet
  • Catawba River Keeper
  • CLT Water Quality
  • League of Women Voters
  • Climate Reality Project
  • Char-Meck NAACP
  • 350 Charlotte
  • Climate Action NC
  • Renue Energy Solutions
  • Drive Electric Earth Day
    As part of CED22 activities, we are pleased to welcome the Charlotte Drive Electric Earth Day event which will showcase over 30 Electric Vehicles at the Victoria Yards (408 N. Tryon St) just up 7th St from First Ward Park. Make plans to include this experience as part of your Earth Day Celebration (made possible in part by Charlotte Center City Partners). More info at: Drive Electric Earth Day • Charlotte Earth Day – Drive Electric • Charlotte, NC • Apr 23, 2022

Honoring Women of Environmental Vision & Action

As part of the Opening Ceremony for the Charlotte Earth Day Family Celebration the OMIMEO Mime Theatre will dedicate this event to Anne Springs Close for her lifelong Environmental Leadership.

In addition, we will honor local Women of Environmental Vision & Action over the past 50 years since the first Earth Day 1970