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Dave Matthews Band Tour 2024



TOUR 2024

DMB and REVERB are partnering on the 2024 tour to take action for people and the planet, reduce the environmental footprint of touring, and plant a total of 5,000,000 trees!

Since 2005, Dave Matthews Band and REVERB have partnered to make the band’s tours more sustainable and empower fans to take action for people and the planet at shows! Together as a community, we’ve created massive positive impacts:

  • $2.8+ million raised by fans to support environmental and social causes
  • 862,000+ fan actions in the BamaGreen Eco-Village
  • 626,000+ single-use water bottles eliminated at shows
  • 71,000+ tons of greenhouse gas pollution neutralized

This year, DMB has committed to plant a total of 5 MILLION TREES with The Nature Conservancy, building on the 4 million+ trees the band has funded since 2020.



Join us in the BamaGreen REVERB Eco-Village to build on this incredible legacy of positive impact by taking action for people and the planet! Fans that participate can enter to win a Martin Guitar with custom artwork from Dave. Get involved with:


  • Ditch disposables by donating for a custom DMB Tour 2024 reusable #RockNRefill Nalgene bottle and support REVERB and The Nature Conservancy
  • Fill up at the FREE Water Refill stations

Music Climate Revolution

  • Take the Food For Thought Quiz to test your knowledge about food’s impact on the climate and learn how you can reduce your “foodprint”

Register to Vote

  •  Use your voice and your vote! Visit HeadCount to get registered or check your registration status

The Nature Conservancy

Electrify your Ride 



The Road to Zero-Waste

Dave Matthews Band, their management team at Red Light, and REVERB are teaming up with Live Nation‘s operated venues to minimize the concert’s footprint—with the goal to divert at least 90% of fan-generated waste from landfills. Efforts include:

  • Zero-waste stations to collect disposable items
  • Onsite green teams hand-sorting all concert waste
  • Menus featuring HOMEGROWN by Farm Aid food items
  • Minimal single-use plastics in concessions
Waste Reduction
  • Reducing or eliminating single-use plastic bottles and cups backstage
  • Reusable water bottles for artists and crew
  • Reusable or compostable service ware in catering and on buses
  • Water refill stations throughout backstage area, catering, and on tour buses
Waste Diversion
  • Recycling: Backstage, in offices and catering, and on tour buses
  • Battery reclamation and recycling: Collecting dead batteries for recycling and donating batteries with remaining power to people in need
  • Toiletry donations: Collecting unused toiletries from hotel stays and donating to local food security organizations
Additional Steps
  • Green cleaning products for backstage, offices, catering, and tour buses
Addressing Carbon Emissions
  • Calcuulating and neutralizing CO2 emissions from band and crew travel, shipping, gear transport, hotel stays, venue energy usage, and more through vetted climate projects


DMB is a proud partner of Music Climate Revolution. They’re a part of a growing list of partners including artists, industry leaders, fans, and more that are committed to taking immediate, ongoing, and increasing action on the climate crisis.

Sign up to join the effort and access climate action resources for all members of the music community!

Dave Matthews Band 2024


At Every Show

  • #RockNRefill

  • Backstage Greening

  • Community Support

  • Eco-Village

  • Music Climate Revolution

  • Nonprofits

  • Prizes

  • Volunteers

  • Water Station

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