Kevin Parker and his Tame Impala project are doing their part to set a higher standard for sustainability in the music industry. The band has recently announced a new partnership with REVERB, a green nonprofit that aims to unite people in the industry to tackle environmental and social issues.
What exactly does a sustainable tour look like? Tame Impala and REVERB will be setting up Eco-Villages at each stop. Fans can learn more about environmental nonprofits, use free filtered water refill stations, donate for a custom Nalgene bottle, get a Tame Impala eco-friendly guitar pick, and more.
In addition to the Eco-Villages, Tame Impala has committed to a variety of other sustainable measures that will help make a difference. They’re funding projects around the world that directly eliminate greenhouse gases, donating unused food from catering, donating unused hotel toiletries, and much more.