The Earth Festival 2020
Earth Belongs to All
The Earth Festival is a celebration of our humanity and the joy of being Ambassadors and Protectors of the Earth. It is a celebration of love, friendship and humanity; a reminder that we all should be united in our pursuit of a cleaner environment and a safe earth for all.
With the theme – Earth Belongs to All – the Earth Festival 2020 will use the arts of music, dance and act to promote friendship with the Earth and encourage everyone to truly love their environment and protect it for future sake and our children's.
There are 3 main segments in the 2020 festival
A full schedule showing time and venues for activities in each segment can also be downloaded. Click here
EARTHFEST WEEK: NOVEMBER 24 - 29
Over 500 Earth Ambassadors, Festival Queens and Earth Volunteers will be involved in the 120 hours world challenge of picking five million plastic bottle wastes from streets, gutters and canals in Lagos State in order to break the existing Guinness World Record for the highest number of plastic bottle wastes picked by a Team for recycling and set a new world record for Nigeria.
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION DAY: NOVEMBER 28
Over 500 Organizations across Lagos State, and about 10,000 people are expected to join the Earth Festival Team in removing over five million plastic bottle wastes from Lagos State.
Hence Organizations, Ministries, Schools, Local Governments and Members of the public would be encouraged to join in the Lagos City Five Million Challenge.
THE GRAND FINALE: NOVEMBER 29
Delegates are expected from across the 36 States in Nigeria.
It will be a celebration of fun, friendship and love for the Earth, with music, dance, fashion, and prizes for all participants. The Earth Week 2020 will be celebrated under the Festival Theme: "Earth Belongs To All."