Guster is partnering with REVERB to increase sustainability at this year’s festival and help the local community
On The Ocean Action Village
Fans are encouraged to visit the Guster On The Ocean Action Village at Thompson’s Point to take action for people and the planet
- Donate for a 2023 On The Ocean #RockNRefill Nalgene Bottle
- Stay hydrated at the FREE REVERB Water Refill Station
Donate for a Nalgene or bring an empty bottle from home
- Take the Music Climate Revolution Fan Travel Survey
- Connect with Local Nonprofit Organizations
Chickadeeds • Sebago Clean Waters • Marine Mammals of Maine
- Learn about Toad&Co and their new ToadAgain program
Fans that take action will be entered to win a signed drum head from Guster!
Sustainability Efforts at On The Ocean
Guster is partnering with REVERB and State Theatre to reduce the environmental footprint of On The Ocean and take action on the climate crisis.
- Eco Fund: Guster has committed $1 per ticket to support REVERB’s work and fund projects that measurably draw down greenhouse gas pollution and address climate injustice
- Limit Single-Use: Guster and their crew have committed to using reusable water bottles, insulated mugs, and service ware with a goal of using zero single-use disposables. Reusable water bottles will be available for all artists and crews backstage.
- Recycling & Compost: In partnership with State Theatre and Garbage to Garden, recycling and composting will be available throughout the festival for fans, artists, and crews
- Rechargeable Batteries: All battery-powered gear on stage will use rechargeable, reusable batteries
Thompson's Point 2023
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Music Climate Revolution