A beautiful day for the sweetlife.
About the sweetlife festival
Music has always been an essential part of sweetgreen’s DNA — like food, it's a universal language that brings great people together. It was our love of music that led us to throw our first sweetlife festival, when we connected to the local community, met our neighbors and had a lot of fun. For us, the sweetlife festival reminds us of our roots, it reminds us that food makes music better, and music makes food better, and that both, together, can build community. We're excited to see you in May and to live the sweetlife with you.
Get your vitamin D at the Treehouse Stage.
The Weeknd at sweetlife 2015.
sweetgreen in schools
At sweetgreen, part of our mission is to serve people simple, seasonal, healthy food, and another part is to educate people about what that actually means. We want to inspire healthier living, and we know it’s never too early to start, so we invest in local communities with our sweetgreen in schools program.
"I used to hate vegetables, but now I can’t get enough!" - a sweetgreen in schools student
Our program works with local partners to provide nutrition education and access to healthy food for kids. To date, we've impacted more than 5,000 students. And you can choose to add a $5 donation for sweetgreen in schools when you buy your sweetlife tickets. Thank you for paying it forward and helping us make an impact!
One of our sweetgreen in schools classes in Washington, DC.
Chef Michael Stebner does a SGIS cooking demo at Shlagel Farms in Maryland.
Photograph by Sweetgreen Team 2015