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Linkin Park, Projekt Revolution Tours Green

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Green music tours continue, and finally, one is headed my way. Linkin Park‘s Projekt Revolution tour has incorporated several green elements. They’ve teamed up with non-profit organizations Music for Relief, Reverb, and American Forests to bring a little bit of eco-friendliness to each venue that they play.

Though biodiesel touring, carbon offsetting, and recycling at the music venues isn’t a totally new concept, we certainly haven’t seen much or any of it with serious rock groups such as these. Besides Linkin Park, the Projekt Revolution tour also features My Chemical Romance, Taking Back Sunday, and HIM, among many others.

Here in the south, however, we don’t get to see many of these green concerts. We’re kind of at the ends of the earth down here. That’s all about to change. On August 10, Projekt Revolution hits West Palm Beach. My other site, greenerMIAMI.com, is giving away a free pair of tickets…so if you are a South Florida green rocker, be sure to enter to win!

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