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Jack Johnson's Eco-Friendly Tour Teams Up With All At Once

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Tour dates spanning the U.S. and Canada were announced today for Jack Johnson’s summer tour; including a collaboration with the new campaign All At Once to help raise money for various environmental groups. As usual, Jack will use several green elements to help reduce the tour’s impact — from vehicles fueled with biodiesel to offering eco-friendly tour merchandise and working with venues to reduce waste, recycle and offset carbon emissions. From the release,

“The All At Once campaign can be experienced both online and at the Village Green, a focal point of every Jack Johnson concert. Online, fans can become a member of the community, get free downloads, learn how to reduce their environmental impact by carpooling to concerts, reducing plastic use and volunteering. The interactive Village Green is the website brought to life. It educates and activates fans to take action while offering the opportunity to connect personally with local, national, and international non-profits. All donations made by fans to these organizations online or at the concerts will be matched by Jack Johnson’s charity, the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation (up to $2,500 per organization). ‘I can’t think of a better reason to put on a concert than to bring people together to create positive change,’ said Jack Johnson. ‘With this year’s tour we are bringing together all of our resources All At Once to give back to each community that we visit.'”

The All At Once collaboration is a pretty cool idea for giving fans a choice when it comes to giving back. Jack is also allowing fans to choose how to offset their carbon emissions from traveling to the show: as an extra $.50 opt-in at the time of online ticket purchase, or via an exclusive Jack Johnson offset sticker (available at the show).

As usual, we’re big fans. For a list of upcoming tour dates, check out the full list after the fold!

6/13/2008 – Noblesville, IN – Verizon Wireless Music Center
6/15/2008 – Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo Music Festival
6/17/2008 – Cuyahoga Falls, OH – Blossom Music Center
6/18/2008 – Clarkston, MI – DTE Energy Music Theatre
6/21/2008 – East Troy, WI – Alpine Valley Music Theatre
6/22/2008 – Somerset, WI – River’s Edge
8/3/2008 – CANADA, Oro, ON – Burl’s Creek Park
8/6/2008 – Mansfield, MA – Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts
8/7/2008 – Camden, NJ – Susquehanna Bank Center
8/10/2008 – Jersey City, NJ – All Points West Festival
8/12/2008 – Raleigh, NC – Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
8/13/2008 – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Amphitheatre
8/15/2008 – Bonner Springs, KS – Sandstone Amphitheater
8/17/2008 – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
8/18/2008 – Salt Lake City, UT – USANA Amphitheatre
8/20/2008 – St. Helens, OR – Columbia Meadows
8/21/2008 – Vancouver, BC – U.B.C. Thunderbird Stadium
8/22/2008 – George, WA – The Gorge Amphitheatre
8/24/2008 – San Francisco, CA – Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival

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