Whole Foods Market Green Scene
Located on Broadway Ct., this area showcases store vendors whose eco-friendly products are sold at Whole Foods Market. These selected companies receive special in-store benefits such name or logo on register signs, outdoor building banners, and store entrance posters.
Offering a more embedded and expanded sponsor presence on the street, Conscious Clusters will be located along Abbot Kinney Blvd. Corporate sponsors and commercial exhibitors can align with chosen charities or causes in branded groupings of three of more booths.
Bike Valet Stations
One near Venice Blvd. and the other close to Main St., the bike valet stations allow cyclists to park their “green” vehicles free of charge. When at capacity, each station can store approximately 300 bicycles. Sponsors receive a 10’x10’ booth and can activate onsite sampling and reward programs.
Supplementing disposal containers placed throughout the festival, each station will have volunteers to help educate attendees and ensure proper waste disposal. Sponsors can activate incentives to reward attendees for participating, place branded disposal containers, and dispatch roving volunteers to give away branded items to attendees.
To reduce the number of plastic bottles at the festival, attendees will be encouraged to bring empty reusable beverage containers and fill for free at festival water stations. Each station will be located underneath a 10’x10’ brandable canopy and offer U-Turn2Tap stainless steel beverage containers for sale (proceeds benefit AKFA Community Grants Program).
Live Festival T-Shirt Screen Printing Stations
Attendees can bring their old t-shirts (or buy a blank one onsite) to be silkscreened live with custom festival designs. (Presenting sponsors can select a approved design.) Proceeds benefit the AKFA Community Grants Program.
This "festival within a festival" is just for kids (and parents, too!). Here, families hang out, dance and sing along to live music, play games, learn about healthy living, and have fun! Sponsor all or part of this interactive space, which includes a climbing wall, pony rides, a stage, face painting, mural making, and other activities.
- The Brig: Near Palms Ave., an open-air beer garden extends from this popular club’s location, along with a deejay stage.
- HoeGaarden: San Juan Ave.
- New Belgium Beer Garden: Brooks Ave.
- dublab x L.A. Record Stage (Brooks Ave.): live indie music
- Milkmade Stage (Andalusia Ave.): live indie music
- The Brig Stage (Palms Blvd.): popular deejays from dublab
- KidsQuad Stage (Westminster Ave.): family tunes