Global Event Series Unites Music, Activism, and Community in Honor of Earth Day

As Earth Day approaches, Bye Bye Plastic introduces a global event series traveling through space & time, celebrating Music x Climate with a positive vibe takeover! Celebratory, innovative, with a sprinkle of the avant-garde – get ready for an uplift that transcends the usual call to action! With Earth Day’s official theme this year selected as “Planet Vs. Plastics”, and Earth Night hailing as DJs for Climate Action’s Earth Day echoing concept for the nightlife sector, this global weekender will impose itself as a go-to for communities worldwide!

Picture this: A whirlwind weekend kickstarting in the vibrant alleys of Barcelona, taking participants and their long-distance friends to share experiences from the bustling avenues of Los Angeles! From shore to shore, activating not 1, not 2, but 4 cities in the space of 48 hours, Bye Bye Plastic’ Earth Day & Night Weekender promises a real journey through the time & space eco-continuum. Each city unveils its distinct symphony of sustainability-driven festivities, ranging from brain-tingling creative sessions for the musically inclined to powerful think tanks and surprise happenings. Any hour of the day, prepare to be well taken care of through a curated selection of DJs championing the cause with every note.

“Music has the power to actually inspire change,” says BLOND:ISH, co-founder of Bye Bye Plastic. “By bringing together artists, activists, and communities, we’re amplifying the message of Earth Day into meaningful action.”

Get ready for a weekend packed with:

  • ????Creative Pulse: A blend of punchy beats and thought-provoking workshops – elevating minds and moving feet!
  • Education Meets Celebration: A mixtape of eco-education and head-bopping sessions – a harmonic recipe for a greener planet.
  • Global Footprint: Strategies from across the world converging on a single weekend, highlighting unity in diversity for the environment’s sake.

Join them for a weekend of music, fun, and collective love! The weekender event will not only raise awareness but also funds for Bye Bye Plastic and DJs for Climate Action. The support will help their environmental efforts globally, and directly fuel the green music Culture!

Pump up the spirit, amplify the message, and tune in for a world-saving crescendo. Music is the Connection. Collective Action is the Solution.

For city-per-city breakdown and ticket sales, visit Bye Bye Plastic’s Event Calendar

When: Friday, April 19th – Saturday, April 20th, 2024

Where: Barcelona | London | Austin | Los Angeles

What: Music meets climate action in an unparalleled global celebration. Daytime workshops, eco-summits, and sizzling DJ sets collide under one shared beat – to revamp Earth’s dance floors!

About Bye Bye Plastic:

Bye Bye Plastic is a non-profit organization started by Vivie-Ann Bakos aka BLOND:ISH that works to eliminate single-use plastics from the music & events sector. Bye Bye Plastic launched in 2019 with the ‘Eco-Rider’ campaign which cultivated support from over 1,500 DJs using their voice to demand event producers to not use single-use plastics when fulfilling their hospitality needs in the green room, DJ booth, and beyond. Beyond the artist community standing at the core of the movement, the foundation addresses every stakeholder of the music ecosystem, working with event professionals by guiding them to transition out of single-use, fossil-fuel plastics.

About DJs for Climate Action:

DJs for Climate Action (DJs4CA) is a collective of DJs and music industry professionals committed to using their platform to raise awareness about climate change and promote sustainable practices within the music industry. Through events, campaigns, and partnerships, DJs4CA harnesses the power of music to drive positive environmental change.

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