True to form, the festival main stage is powered by photovoltaic cells. Adjacent to the stage is the Solar Village, an area where festival goers can get information about solar power and other important sustainable energy solutions. Festival producer Dawn Richardson explains, “We are really proud of the Solar Village – and hope that it helps to inspire and nurture sustainable communities in the region and throughout the nation. We think the Solar Village is what makes this festival stand out from so many others around the country.”
Sounds good to me. In my experience, the things I learned while having fun always stick in my memory the best. Here's a great opportunity to test that theory out:
9th Annual Taos Solar Music Festival
June 29, 30 and July 1
Kit Carson Park in Downtown Taos
Tickets are on sale now. For information visit www.solarmusicfest.com
Kids 10 and under free
Visit www.solarfestmusic.com for tickets, lodging recommendations, and more.
Confirmed line-up includes: Michael Franti & Spearhead, John Butler Trio, Big Head Todd & The Monsters, and many others.
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