Reverb News

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Mar 5, 2012

Music combines with a message of environmental sustainability at college campuses

PORTLAND, ME – Environmental non-profit Reverb is proud to announce that the Campus Consciousness Tour Spring 2012 will feature J. Cole, The Sideline Story Tour, with special guest Big K.R.I.T. The Tour aims to educate and mobilize students to take positive action for the planet, while keeping the environmental footprint of the tour itself to a minimum.

At the concert, students will be able to register to vote, learn how they can take action for a healthy planet, get the dough out of politics, and go plastic-free!

Read More: http://campusconsciousness.org/
Oct 25, 2011

Partners release a quick start guide based on real world challenges/successes.

The North American Concert Promoters Association (NACPA) partnered with environmental non-profit group, Reverb, to speak with numerous and varied promoters and venue operators across the country to get a “lay of the land” as far as their interests, challenges and abilities to go green. In addition to the data collected in this many month process, Reverb has extensive experience in the live music industry: greening over 100 major tours and thousands of concert events including Jack Johnson, Coldplay, Dave Matthews Band, Drake, Arcade Fire, John Mayer, Maroon 5, Sheryl Crow, Phish, John Legend, the Honda Civic Tour and many more.

Sep 8, 2011

Presented by the Brita FilterForGood Music Project: Janelle Monáe joins the ranks of Drake, Passion Pit, Ben Harper, O.A.R. and Guster to bring environmental awareness and action to colleges.

Jul 29, 2011

We're pleased to be joining the "Cooler in the Mountains Free Summer Concert Series" at Killington Resort on August 20. Come visit the Eco-Village and check out all the other great activities!

This summer, it really is cooler in the mountains in Killington as the Town hosts its second annual Cooler in the Mountains Free Summer Concert Series, presented by Long Trail Brewing Company.

Performances are scheduled for every Saturday afternoon at the K1 Base Lodge at Killington Resort, July 23 through August 27, and will support the greening efforts of Reverb, a non-profit organization which educates and engages musicians and their fans to take action toward a more sustainable future. All of the Cooler in the Mountains Concerts are free and open to all ages. A beer garden, outdoor grill and outdoor lawn game will accompany the live music and scenic mountain views. Concert-goers will also be invited to register to win a 2011-12 Killington Season Pass (no purchase necessary), which will be given away at the conclusion of the concert series. Special lodging packages are being offered in conjunction with the concerts.

The free series kicked off Saturday, July 23rd alongside the Killington Wine Festival. This special outdoor concert will feature Sean Kelly of the Samples, and guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, picnic blankets, and enjoy the festival atmosphere of Killington in the heart of the Green Mountains. For more information on all events, visit www.discoverkillington.com. Upcoming concerts all begin at 3:30pm and include: Ilo Ferreira (Jimmy Buffett’s protégé) & Barefoot Truth on July 30th; Badfish: A Tribute To Sublime on August 6; Twiddle on August 13; The Dirty Dozen Brass Band on August 20; and Sister Hazel on August 27.

Read More: http://www.discoverkillington.com/killington-vermont-events/its-cooler-in-the-mountains-concert-series-july-23-aug-27
Jul 26, 2011

If any of you were at the Phish Superball or Dave Matthews Band Caravan festivals, you know that we worked really hard to make sure that local farmers and vendors were around to feed you yummy, local, sustainable goodies.