Dave Matthews Band continues to work steady with Reverb and Eco-Village through the Bama Green Project to help educate and encourage fans to take action towards a more sustainable future by "going green".
This year, as the band has done in past years you will find Eco-Village tents set up at venues where donations can be made as well as various contests and giveaways. Pickuppal is still available to fans looking for a ride to shows.
What else does DMB want you to do to support the environmental causes?
Well for starters, Dave Matthews Band has partnered with Musictoday and CollectiveGood to accept mobile devices for recycling. Send in your old mobile phones and for every phone you send in, receive a $5 credit good for band merchandise at the Dave Matthews Band Official Store!
Honest Tea has also teamed up with DMB with and exciting Summer contest where you can win tickets to see the band in concert at a few select locations as well as hotel stay and additional merchandise.
DMB continues to work with TOMS Shoes. For every pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of shoes to a child in need. Since their beginning in May 2006, TOMS has given over 140,000 pairs of shoes to children in need through the purchases of caring customers.
Live Nation, while not a green contest, is also offering a great opportunity to meet Dave Matthews in person and receive a signed Taylor guitar. The winner will fly out to the show in Invine, CA to meet Dave. Check out the details here.
Dave Matthews Band from day one, have proven to be very proactive in their efforts to support great causes that benefit those in need and the world we all share. As fans, the least we can do, is support their effort to support the cause with even something as simple as recycling. We at dbtp.org support fans and DMB for providing these opportunities to help and give back, and there is nothing so wrong about winning some free stuff in the process.