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Stage Lineup Announced for 2018 Earth Day Omaha Event
Featuring: National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore
Singer-Songwriter Laura Burhenn’s The Mynabirds
Mayor of Greensburg, Kansas Bob Dixson
Omaha, Neb., March 23, 2018 – The Earth Day Omaha Coalition announced today the stage lineup for its Earth Day Omaha event on April 21, 2018. Featured on this year’s stage is Joel Sartore, Nebraska native, National Geographic photographer and Fellow, and founder of the National Geographic Photo Ark. Also included is Laura Burhenn, American singer-songwriter of The Mynabirds, and Mayor of Greensburg, Kansas Bob Dixson, who sustainably rebuilt Greensburg after an E5 tornado destroyed 95 percent of the community.
“The Earth Day Omaha Coalition is proud to offer a stage lineup that includes environmental advocacy and a variety of entertainment acts,” said Karri Martin, Earth Day Omaha Coalition board chair. “This year, our goal was to put together a lineup featuring guests that have a national presence with ties to Nebraska and the Midwest. We are proud of the homegrown talent we will be showcasing this year for our Earth Day Omaha event.”
The 2018 Earth Day Omaha event is from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is free and open to the public. For the developing stage lineup and other activities being offered at this year’s event, visit earthdayomaha.org.
About the Earth Day Omaha Coalition
For 29 years, the Earth Day Omaha Coalition, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, has been dedicated to organizing, directing, and producing Omaha, Nebraska’s annual Earth Day Omaha event, providing a showcase for the many charitable, scientific, and educational efforts advocating for sustainable environmental practices and lifestyles. For more information, visit earthdayomaha.org.