Feeding the Soul Foundation, a non-profit organization that highlights the talent of local musicians to promote local foundations and businesses, is hosting an October Freshan O’side Outside Harvest Fest celebration on Saturday, October 20th at Goat Hill Park from 2 p.m. to sunset. San Diegians are invited to enjoy the musical stylings of local musicians, delicious food and drinks and local vendors. The concert will benefit O’side Kitchen Collaborative, a non-profit collaboration program dedicated to supporting zero waste food efforts in Oceanside.
“There’s no better way to celebrate fall than outside with the sun shining and music filling your ears, listening to great talent,” said Vallie Gilley, Feeding the Soul’s Founder and Executive Director. “We are so excited to host this community musical event and share our new collaboration, O’side Kitchen. This new program supports zero waste by sourcing surplus and “ugly” fruits and vegetables directly from local growers and provides full service conscience catering, creatively delicious preserved products and community zero waste culinary education with this food.”
October Fresh will be at Goat Hill Park and will feature music by Shane Hall, Billy Galewood, Untitled & Hllndr. There’s something for everyone to enjoy including a dog costume contest, carved pumpkin contest, mini mercado farmers market & fall carnival games. There will also be a variety of delicious fall inspired food and beverages including vegan and vegetarian cuisine.
Details on concert are below:
Date: Saturday, October 20, 2018
TIme: 2pm – Sunset
Location: Goat Hill Park
2323 Goat Hill Park
Oceanside, CA 92054
Cost: General Admission $15 online at www.octoberfresh.eventbrite.com or $20 at the door. Kids 14 and under are free.
About Feeding the Soul:
The Feeding the Soul Foundation is a non-profit organization that organizes and promotes events – mostly music concerts, but occasionally movie screenings, comedy shows, and more. The proceeds of each show benefit a different local, national or global charity. Since its formation in March, 2010, they have donated more than $200,000 to organizations that feed the hungry, empower young women through music, promote environmental responsibility, and free slaves around the world. Please visit the website to learn more about the organization and its partners at www.feedingthesoulfoundation.org.