This weekend, Chicago's Wicker Park will host a collection of stellar music acts and feature environmentally-friendly vendors as part of the 2012 Green Music Fest. With musical guests curated by local music venue Subterranean, this eco-friendly festival is sure to provide good times for fans of all ages.
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As the summer music festival season rolls in, many festivals, large and small, will make significant efforts to create more sustainable events by reducing environmental impacts and educating fans. From solar powered stages to on-site composting, Bonnaroo is leading the way for green music festivals.
Festival bouncing back after a multi-year hiatus.
On the most recent sailing of Jam Cruise, the annual music-festival-at-sea powered by driving beats, unique collaborations, enthusiastic dancing and a never-ending supply of smiles, the MSC Poesia visited ports in Haiti and Jamaica and partnered with various organizations via Positive Legacy, on several humanitarian … Read More →
Harmony Festival's Eco-Village is a dynamic place of connection, education and growth. This year's attractions included cob building, rainwater harvesting, bicycle-powered composting, and the Earth Peace Mandala Project.
The photovoltaic (PV) modules will generate enough electricity to power the equivalent of 40 homes annually. Power generated will be used, in the first instance, for Eavis' Worthy Farm and any left over will be fed into the National Grid.
With music festivals in the U.S. continuing to try and one-up each other in terms of their sustainability initiatives, one festival in Norway may have beaten them all.
Many big music festivals are sloppy, dirty affairs--trash is strewn all over the place, there are few easy options for recycling and composting, but San Francisco's Outside Lands is different.
Here are just a couple of the eco-interactive installations found at Outside Lands on Saturday.
Music festivals that allow patrons to move in and out of the festival grounds need to keep tabs on who has a ticket and who doesn’t. Because actual paper tickets can get lost and can also be used to get non-ticket holders inside the venue, … Read More →