Dave Matthews Band Eco-Village
Dave Matthews Band has planted over 3 million trees since 2020 through its partnership with the Nature Conservancy. The band has committed to helping plant another one million trees in 2023. Concertgoers can join in this mission by adding an optional donation of $2 per ticket to plant a tree with The Nature Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees campaign – a major forest restoration effort with the goal of planting a billion trees around the world. For additional details, visit www.dmbtrees.org.
Along with the tree campaign, Dave Matthews Band will once again join forces with REVERB to neutralize carbon emissions associated with both band and fan travel, resulting in a Climate Positive tour. Dave Matthews Band has a long history of reducing their environmental footprint, and neutralizing tour carbon going back to their first shows in 1991.
Please apply to volunteer at the Eco-village this summer by clicking on the below link.
- “Farm-To-Stage” local farm food for catering
- Sustainable biodiesel for tour buses and trucks
- Composting, up-cycling and recycling
- Reusable bottles, mugs and refill stations backstage / buses
- Rechargeable batteries / stage battery disposal
- Tour Carbon Offsets: Neutralizing emissions from venue energy, flights, hotels and ground transport
- Reusable and Compostable catering products
- Non-toxic cleaning products
- Eco-Village at each show where fans take action
- Local and national non-profits
- "RockNRefill" reusable water bottle program
- Free water refill stations for fans
- Community giveback fundraising
- Food drives
- Action prizes and incentives
- Fan volunteer program
- Online calls-to-action