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Jack Johnson at the Waikiki Shell August 1 & 2​​

August 01, 2014


Waikiki Shell - Photo by Ron Baker Pix​

Jack Johnson is gearing up for two sold out home-town shows at the Waikiki Shell on August 1st and 2nd! These are Jack’s first shows in Hawai'i in over two years, and his first time back at the Waikiki Shell in over four years since hosting the 2010 Kōkua Festival. All proceeds from these shows will benefit the Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation to support environmental education in the schools and communities of Hawaiʻi.

Jack and his crew are taking action to minimize the environmental impact of this show and his entire From Here to Now to You summer 2014 world tour and to connect with local non-profits through the All At Once community. With the Hawai'i show dates upon us, we wanted to share what you can do to be a part of the action!

At the shows, be sure to pick up your All At Once Passport, take environmental action, collect 3 stamps and enter to win Best Seats in the House… a chance to watch the show from the stage! The first 100 people to turn in a completed Passport will receive a FREE Jack Johnson Klean Kanteen pint cup! 

Here is what you can do: 

Capture Your Commitment at the All At Once Photo Wall. Strive to go Plastic Free or Pledge to eat Local Food. After the show visit AllAtOnce.org to view all Capture Your Commitment photos!

 

Save gas, time, and reduce your carbon footprint by carpooling, using mass transit, taking the park and ride trolley, or riding your bike and parking it at the Green Fleet Hawaii bike valet right at the front door. Link up with friends via the Jack Johnson Ride Share Program on ZimRide. August 1st, Hawaii Show ZimRide and August 2nd Hawaii Show ZimRide.

Eliminate single-use plastic water bottles and bring your own empty reusable bottle to fill up at the All At Once Water Refill Stations. You can also buy a custom Jack Johnson Klean Kanteen water bottle!

 

Participate in recycling, composting, and other waste diversion efforts on site and look for the Zero Waste Stations at the show

 


As part of a farm to stage catering program, the tour is working directly with local farms and purveyors to source locally grown organic foods, with all leftover & excess food donated thru food recovery programs such as Aloha Harvest. Check out the amazing selection of healthy, local food vendors at the show!

Connect with local All At Once Non-Profit Partners at the show. Become a member, take action, or make a donation. (All donations made at the show will be matched by the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation up to a total of $2500).

 

After all energy conservation measures are taken, remaining CO2 emissions for the shows will be offset to support a variety of local and sustainable carbon management projects. #ActOnClimate and offset your travel to and from the show by purchasing a Jack Johnson carbon offset sticker at any of the merchandise stands. Learn more about all tour greening measures at www.jackjohnsonmusic/greening

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