The Polyphonic Spree to perform at Earth Day Texas

From the Polyphonic Spree Facebook page
From the Polyphonic Spree Facebook page

The Polyphonic Spree, a choral rock band that was formed in 2000 by Lakewood neighbor Tim DeLaughter, will be performing at Earth Day Texas, which is coming up from April 26-27.

We wrote about Earth Day Texas in April’s Lakewood-East Dallas Advocate magazine, and Polyphonic Spree’s performance was announced not long after we went to print, along with a few other updates.

Earth Day Texas, which was founded by Trammell S. Crow, is focused on water-related energy this year, including a nod to hydrogen energy. There will be representatives from several car manufacturers that have hydrogen fuel cell cars at the event, including most recently agreed Mercedes-Benz. You can also expect to see several of these major car manufacturers if you attend. This is the list of exhibitors so far.

Aside from the crew from Polyphonic Spree, you might see another celebrity or two. Event organizers are working on enticing big names to the event, although we don’t know which ones just yet.


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