Real Food From The Ground Up kicks off Snack Lovers Summer Series
Real Food From The Ground Up has been on the road since March, bringing their plant-based snacks to consumers across the country through a nine month long “Up Your Snack Game” tour through December. The brand is taking it a step further by hosting an exclusive Snack Lovers Summer Series, stopping at select cities along the way this summer, with the first stop in Los Angeles.
On Saturday, July 9th, The High Line Gansevoort & Washington will be transformed into an interactive, nature-filled experience for consumers to enjoy an afternoon of food, beverages, music and friendship. This pop-up event will feature all the best things that are built from the ground up, just like the ingredients in Real Food From The Ground Up snacks. At the event, attendees can connect with each other over their love for plants by adopting a pet-plant of their own, upping their snack game with plant-based snacks and refreshments, snapping photos with scenic backdrops, and experiencing their first ever plant-based DJ set with beats by DJ Bella Scratch. She will create unique songs from nature using a breakthrough technology called PlantWave, which connects electrodes to plant leaves and detects slight electrical variations and then translates them into music to keep the party going.
Venue: The High Line Gansevoort & Washington
Gansevoort & Washington St
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