Benefit for the Community Environmental Council’s Earth Day Festival

LoaTree Lounge to Feature Entertainment, Fashion, Music

LoaTree is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual ‘LoaTree Lounge’ at SOhO Restaurant and Music Venue. The event will serve as an Earth Day kickoff benefit event for the Community Environmental Council’s Annual Earth Day Festival.

When: Tuesday, March 20th, 6–11 p.m.


6–8 p.m.: Santa Barbara Green Drinks, the monthly gathering for those interested in green business, social responsibility, community-building and networking. Dan Zimmerman and friends will provide live tunes, SOhO will provide a special menu, and Vibrant Earth Juice will be mixed into specialty drinks.

8–11 p.m.: LoaTree Lounge swings into full gear. Pull up a seat and prepare for an evening of fashion and entertainment. Performances include:

  • Upcycled Spring Fashion Show with local designers BeBe, Ornate Firefly and VJ
  • Special performance by Los Angeles-based the Wandering Marionettes
  • Hoop and spinning performance with Aya Papaya and friends
  • Music, raffle and more! Raffle prizes by Arbor Skateboards, Bebe Photography, Horny Toad, Oreana Winery, PrAna, Whitney Castro Paintings and others.

Where: SOhO Restaurant and Music Venue. Special menu and drinks served all night. Tickets $15 pre-sale or $20 at the door. Pre-sale tickets available at SOhO, the Community Environmental Council or online at

Proceeds from LoaTree Lounge and Green Drinks support the Community Environmental Council’s (CEC) Annual Earth Day Festival. In addition to serving as Earth Day’s hosts, CEC focuses its energy on building a community-based movement that transitions our region off of fossil fuels in one generation — Fossil Free by ’33. To learn more, visit or

LoaTree is an eco-lifestyle and services company based in Santa Barbara. LoaTree works with ‘better world’ businesses and organizations through marketing/public relations, organizational/business development, event management and production, and movement building. Learn more at For more information, please call 805.886.0355.

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