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SSBD Fest Presents: Sprang Thang


  • The Social Garden 1021 South Coast Highway Oceanside, CA, 92054 United States (map)

Spring has sprang so we're shakin that thang! Join us May 25th for our first springtime adventure at The Social Garden's new location in Oceanside while we celebrate for a good cause. If you were at SSBD Fest 2018 you might know The Social Garden as the creators of the Coconut Club and the Tea House. They were the ones pumpin' out fresh beats in the daytime on the beach and well into the night to keep the party going. To kick off our first spring event together we've put together a killer lineup of varioues genres to flow from daytime into night. We'd love to get tons of the SSBD crew all reunited again for some fun. Come early and stay late, just get ready to have a great time! Giveaways, vendors and more info coming soon so follow along.

Time - 2pm - 2am
Tickets - $7 advance ; $10 door
Location - The Social Garden - 1021 S Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054
Social Garden Link: https://www.thesocialgarden.org/

All proceeds benefit The Social Garden charity. The Social Garden 501(c)(3) is a membership based nonprofit that supports & collaborates with community gardens & agriculture programs through raising funds & awareness.

The Social Garden's mission is: Advancement of agricultural science for health and industry through community education and experience for humanity and the Earth. The average age in America of farmers is 58 years old! Social Garden is about creating interest in the younger generations, jobs in the field of High Tech Agriculture, for sustainable farming for the future. Our goal is to teach young people & children the speed and pattern of growth with 'seed save', composting, harvest and food preparation & to show all people how to live a plant based lifestyle.

A garden grants those who tend the plants, a chance to really be human, connecting us back to the land. People always need real food. And our goal is to revive this American Tradition of gardening. Reviving the Patriotic Victory Gardens as a defensive act against the National Food Crisis. Illness caused by lack of nutrition is easily remedied. The entire process of growing food is deeply rooted in human cultures. But today, local agriculture with small business farmers is a dying industry.

By shifting a focus back to natural foods & agriculture for industry, we can make these essentials again affordable for the entire community regardless of income. We are a #FoodisFreeProject. By concentrating efforts in localized regions that are conducive to providing the necessary land areas and the receptive neighborhood environments, we can benefit the greatest number of people.