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Earth Beat Festival: A celebration of mindful living and sustainability

The Earthbeat Festival returns for its second year featuring a lively day festival and vendor market highlighting sustainability in Kansas City.

The free event will be held this Saturday, April 27 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in downtown Kansas City at Lightwell, 1100 Main St., Kansas City, MO.

It provides opportunities to connect and support local green business owners, learn from various sustainability experts, and deepen your relationship with the earth through pop up experiences throughout the day.

It is hosted by Hera, a group that creates intentional gatherings to reimagine the ways we connect to ourselves, the earth, and each other.

Event highlights:

  • Over 30 sustainable vendors including artists and makers
  • Food and beverages from Mushroom Culture, Babas Pantry, Spicy Moon Foods, and Fruitful Juice and Prep
  • Free clothing exchange
  • Vintage items
  • Fresh cut flowers
  • Holistic spa pop-up
  • DJs

Expert speakers will include:

  • Max Kaniger, Kanbes Market
  • Hayley Peter, Quantum Coaching
  • Tisha Cullen, Elegance in Motion
  • Chris Oursler, Colonial Gardens
  • Phillipa Cross, Marshall Sustainability
  • Leslie Scott, Re.Use.Full
  • Hayley Santell, Slow Motion Goods
  • Stan Slaughter, Missouri Organic

The event is free to attend. Find more information and get tickets at

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