PLANET HOME Village – where the world comes together to experience and interact with actionable solutions to protect the health of our planet.
PLANET HOME Village is an immersive exhibit experience in the heart of PLANET HOME that brings together one of the largest gatherings of Solutionists to engage, connect, learn, and go home equipped to take action.
Join us for innovative and entertaining experiences including: live musical performances, interactive art installations, immersive technology environments, shopping eco-forward products, and access to a highly curated and bespoke food and beverage program.
Edward NortonAmerican Actor and Filmmaker | Solutionist Speaker
Adrian GrenierActor, Producer, Director, Musician and Environmentalist | Solutionist Speaker
Danni WashingtonTV Host at Xploration Station: Nature Knows Best | Solutionist Speaker
In 1996, the Fugees released their monumental album The Score , which inspired notoriously prickly rock critic Robert Christgau to write: ``so beautiful and funny, its courage could make you weep.” The album, created in Wyclef’s studio in his uncle’s basement in New Jersey, hit No. 1 on the Billboard chart, spawned a trio of smash singles (including their indelible reinvention of Roberta Flack’s 1973 ballad “Killing Me Softly”), and is now certified six times platinum.
But Wyclef, a child prodigy with a wealth of musical influences from jazz to classic rock to reggae, resisted the pressure to duplicate the sound and style of that masterwork. Instead, he launched himself as a producer and solo artist whose work drew from an innovative and eclectic palette that included elements of pop, country, folk, disco, Latin, and electronic music.
DJ Snoopadelic “Snoop Dogg”
DJ Snoopadelic “Snoop Dogg”Musician
Nick Murphy fka Chet Faker
With its penetrating songwriting and kaleidoscopic palette, Run Fast Sleep Naked is a hypnotically candid document of that searching, an album equally informed by constant questioning and steadily arriving at fragments of truth.
Nick Murphy fka Chet FakerMusician
Less than a year later, she snagged her first major television appearance: competing on America’s Got Talent. (Her audition also went viral: onstage, she bravely described overcoming crippling anxiety to appear that day, then wowed the judges with a chill-inducing rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” on her acoustic guitar.)