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Dave Matthews Band’s ongoing partnership with The Nature Conservancy will result in over FIVE million trees being planted since 2020. Learn more about TNC’s Plant A Billion Trees campaign, a global reforestation effort at DMBTREES.ORG.

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Since 2005, DMB has engaged fans in the Eco-Village, encouraging them to take environmental actions and learn about what they can do to help the Earth and their communities. The village hosts local and national non-profits at each show and encourages fans to take actions such as reducing plastic waste; registering to vote with HeadCount; donating to the DMB tree campaign; and pledging to Go Electric. Fans can sign up to volunteer in the Eco Village at Reverb.org .

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Along with the tree campaign, DMB has joined forces with REVERB to neutralize not only the band’s carbon emissions but also the fans’ carbon footprint, resulting in a climate positive tour. The band has a long history of reducing their environmental footprint, and has neutralized their tour carbon going back to their first shows in 1991. Additionally, DMB takes the following efforts to make their shows as green as possible: 

  • "Farm-to-Stage" local farm food for backstage catering 
  • 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