This year Dave Matthews Band is committing to plant one million trees as a collective effort with Docusign and The Dreaming Tree Wines.  The band invites concertgoers to join them in this mission by contributing an optional donation of $2 per ticket to plant a tree with The Nature Conservancy’s “Plant a Billion” campaign – a major forest restoration effort with a goal of planting a billion trees across the planet.

Our 2020 Eco-Village will offer many ways to participate in this campaign and other initiatives to combat climate change.





The Wilderness Society The Wilderness Society is an American non-profit land conservation organization that is dedicated to protecting natural areas and federal public lands in the United States. They advocate for the designation of federal wilderness areas and other protective designations, such as national monuments. Keep it Wild. #WeAreTheWild #OurWild

DocuSign will have you seeing green. Trees. Water. Carbon emissions. The environmental impact of paper production in most business workflows can be sizable, and preventable.


Since 2003, DocuSign has helped millions of people around the world replace almost 20 billion sheets of paper with eco-friendly digital processes. And with the DocuSign Agreement Cloud™, companies can digitally transform their entire systems of agreement - from preparing, signing, acting on and managing them across their business. The best part – it saves your customers and employees time and money, while also saving precious natural resources.


Furthering our commitment to protecting the environment, we launched the DocuSign for Forests™ initiative to create a significant, sustained global impact. You, too, can join our efforts to protect the world’s forests. Learn More at




Register to vote and sign up for TurboVote to stay aware of local elections. If climate is your issue, vote. 

United Nations Environment Programme The United Nations Environment Programme has designated Dave Matthews Band as a Goodwill Ambassador for their powerful environmental advocacy and large-scale engagement of their fanbase to take action for the planet. They are the first band ever to receive this recognition. “It’s desperate times, and we all need to work together to have hope for the future, hope for our children, and hope for the planet,” stated Dave Matthews at the UN Environment Goodwill Ambassadorship ceremony at their St. Louis tour stop in 2019. Watch Now








REVERB is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2004 by environmentalist Lauren Sullivan and her musician husband, Adam Gardner of Guster. Reverb provides turn-key greening programs for artists' tours while conducting grassroots outreach and education with music fans everywhere.



Biodiesel is a renewable, non-petroleum alternative to conventional diesel fuel, and produces on average 78% less carbon than petroleum based diesel fuel. While this is true… All biodiesel is not created equal.


REVERB sources the most sustainably produced, local biodiesel available in each market that DMB tour visits. Our use of this fuel supports our environment, our economy and our communities.


*REVERB sources biodiesel using standards set forth by The Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance.


We know it's hard to make sure everything ends up in the right bin on the road,so REVERB provides recycling bins and signage for all production offices, dressing rooms, catering, and buses to make waste reduction simple for everyone involved in the tour. Glass, aluminum, paper and plastic products and batteries are kept out of landfills, where it can take up to one million years for some products to break down. We also ensure buses use eco-friendly cleaning products.

REVERB provides crew with reusable bottles, mugs and a filling station to avoid disposables. And for times when reusable is not possible, we’ve instituted a one-of-a-kind Solo cup recycling program with Teracycle.  


Fans are encouraged to bring refillable water bottles to enjoy free, filtered water from our Brita water stations in the Eco-Village and cut down on disposable plastic bottles.


In each market, we coordinate with local farmers, ranchers and dairies to provide healthy, locally grown, and organic food options for the band and crew to eat each night. This not only helps to promote local economies and support small-scale agriculture, it also keeps everyone healthy!


As a bonus, when we buy locally, the number of miles food travels from farm to plate is much smaller, meaning fewer fossil fuels used for transport and fresher food!


We calculate all CO2 emissions from buses, trucks, flights, venue energy use, and hotel accommodations in order to provide detailed analysis of the tour's carbon footprint.

Once there's have a better idea of the size of the footprint, a plan is put in place for the support of carbon offset projects like development of wind farms or planting trees.


By supporting clean, renewable energy, carbon offsets are able to keep dirty energy (made by fossil fuels like coal) off the grid and pollution out of the air.