What combines award-winning chefs, local farms, organic cotton, great music, and a lot of burritos? It's called Cultivate and it's happening this Saturday at Lincoln Park in Chicago!
Chipotle, the ever growing burrito chain, is putting on a one-day festival featuring food, farm and music. They're partnering celebrated chefs with local area farmers to create fresh recipes on Mexican classics, like Pozole soup and Carnitas tostadas. There's a day-long lineup of bands, including one of our favorites Brooklyn-based White Rabbits, the catchy and humorous Mayer Hawthorne, and newcomers like The Rural Alberta from Canada. And there's a beer garden serving local brews from Chicago biggie Goose Island to younger breweries with local-only distributions like 5 Rabbit and Half Acre.
Last but not least, Loomstate will be there at the Textile Tent! Similar to what we did at Summer Streets NYC, we'll be showing how organic cotton goes from farm to finish. Everyone who reads about the process gets a stamp, and after experiencing five Cultivate Experience tents, you'll get a coupon for a burrito. It's free to get in, so mark off Saturday on the calendar and we'll see you at Cultivate!