‘Cultivate Festival’ Serves Up Artisan Food and Live Music

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Chipotle Cultivate Festival

Chipotle’s Cultivate Festival brings two of Minneapolis’ favorite things, food and music,  to Loring Park for a free, all-day event on Saturday. The day features live music, chef demonstrations and plenty of food and drinks to sample.

The Music kicks off at 12:45 p.m. and continues all day with performances by Hunter Hunted, Vintage Trouble, The Mowgli’s, GROUPLOVE and Portugal. The Man.

Portugal. The Man

The first chef demonstrations begin at 11 a.m. with Jack Riebel and continue all day with Paul Berglund, Erik Anderson, Jamie Malone, Amanda Freitag and Andrew Zimmern. If you’re interested in both the cooking and the music, don’t worry, the bands’ and chefs’ performances are spaced perfectly so you can see every one.

Chipotle will feature food from its restaurant all made with responsibly grown food from local farms. Additionally, there will be the Artisan’s Hall where visitors can sample and buy food from regional shops Nikkolette’s Macarons, Bare Honey, Patisserie 46, Philia Foods, Rustica Bakery and Seven Sundays All Natural Gourmet Muesli. To drink it all down there will be a tasting hall where you can sample craft beers and sustainable wines.

The festival is a family-friendly event and features a kids’ zone to keep everyone entertained. The kids’ zone includes T-shirt painting, a cotton pit, pot decorating and interactive chalkboards.

So whether you go for the food, the music or the free entertainment, Cultivate has something for everyone.

 

Photos via: Soorena Salari II — musicisentropy

 

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Rebecca Mariscal is a student at the University of St. Thomas majoring in Communication and Journalism with a minor in Spanish. She was born in California and has lived in four states since then, finally landing in Minnesota (maybe not for good). She loves to travel and studied abroad in London and Ireland last year with another planned trip to Argentina this upcoming year. She hopes to continue her travels after graduation without the excuse of class credit. She is an avid reader who enjoys anything she can get her hands on, from literature classics to popular trilogies. She enjoys writing in all forms, contributing to not only Minnesota Connect but also St. Thomas’s student-run online news source TommieMedia and the School of Social Work’s Perspectives.

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