While the food and music lineups haven’t yet been firmed up, last year’s roster of acts included Phoenix, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Solange, while food offerings were available from places like Woodberry Kitchen, Toki Underground, DGS Delicatessen, Luke’s Lobster, Sweetgreen - naturally - and many others. In addition, fresh produce is available from local farmers, and local wine and craft beers elevate the usual music-festival selection.
The event draws some 20,000 attendees while keeping a carbon-neutral footprint by using solar panels, compostable utensils and tri-waste composting stations.
Curious to learn more? Here's a handy promo video that teases the event.