Join Urban Harvest STL at the 4th Annual FOOD ROCKS! on May 19

May 2, 2018 at 11:36 am

Help local St. Louis nonprofit Urban Harvest STL grow food and opportunity for those living in under-resourced neighborhoods by participating in their 2018 event season.

Urban Harvest STL FOOD ROCKS! on May 19

Urban Harvest STL’s Event Season Begins with FOOD ROCKS! Concert on May 19th

Urban Harvest STL kicks off their 2018 event season with the 4th annual FOOD ROCKS!  Concert transplanting an outdoor experience right to the heart of St. Louis.  You can unwind atop the FOOD ROOF Farm or play sand volleyball in the courts below.  Savor FOOD ROOF inspired cocktails, beer or wine, and food by Mission Taco Joint while listening to live music by local bands Flatwoods and Modern Gold.

Urban Harvest STL FOOD ROCKS! on May 19

This fundraiser benefits Urban Harvest STL and St. Louis MetroMarket’s work on building an equitable food system in St. Louis.

Many Events for the 4th Urban Harvest STL Season

FOOD ROCKS! Concert is just the beginning.  May through October, Urban Harvest STL will provide an array of farm flow yoga events, workshops, happy hours and harvest dinners with prestigious local chefs featuring exquisite multi-course meals with beverage pairings and live music atop the one-of-a-kind FOOD ROOF Farm in downtown St Louis.

Urban Harvest STL FOOD ROCKS! on May 19

To learn more and purchase tickets, visit urbanharveststl.org/events/.

For more information contact:

Kayla Hatcher
Urban Harvest STL
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
314.706.4066
kayla@urbanharveststl.org
Urbanharveststl.org

~ Urban Harvest STL

Publisher’s Note: See the FOOD ROOF Farm Project Profile in the Greenroof & Greenwall Projects Database.

ABOUT URBAN HARVEST STL

Urban Harvest STL FOOD ROCKS! on May 19

Urban Harvest STL builds community around inclusive and resilient local food systems in St. Louis. It grows organic produce at six farms in the heart of the city – where our most pressing nutritional needs exist – and donates its harvest to support people who need it most in our communities. Through collaboration with local nonprofits, a collective vision, and shared resources, it is addressing food insecurity and accelerating its impact in the community.

For more information visit urbanharveststl.org.