A Unique Venue in Our Hometown
REVERB and Thompson’s Point have partnered together since 2016 to keep fans hydrated and support local nonprofits.
2018 Season Impact Report Highlights:
- 10,504 Fan Actions
- 5,000+ Single-Use Plastic Bottles Eliminated at Shows
- $1,243 Raised for Local Nonprofts
- 88 Fan Volunteers Dedicating over 350 Hours of their time
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When Thompson’s Point opened for concerts in 2015, we were excited. Not only were our partners at the State Theatre opening up Portland, ME’s largest outdoor concert venue, but they were doing it with the environment in mind.
REVERB joined the effort in 2016, bringing our #RockNRefill program to the venue, offering fans free filtered water and reusable custom-designed Nalgene bottles as an alternative to single-use plastic water bottles.
Our third season at the venue was a great success!
This year we were supported by Toad & Co. – a leader in reducing the environmental impact of the clothing industry. Their partnership helped REVERB host a local nonprofit at every show and donate a portion of the #rockNrefill bottle proceeds to support the work of three amazing community groups.
Thanks to Thompson’s Point, State Theatre, Toad & Co., Nalgene, Maine Island Trails Association, Portland Gear Hub, Portland Trails, and all the amazing fans that took action with us in the Eco-Village for another incredible season!
At Every Show