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The Greenest Summer Concert Lineup Ever

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The Daily Green recently released a list of ten not-to-be-missed eco-friendly music tours this summer.

Radiohead is demanding that anyone on tour with them use water flasks. Doing everything they can think of to be environmentally friendly, they use bio-fuel in their buses, refuse to use airfreight, and their opening act, Liars, says “Plastic anything is like contraband.” Sounds like a good policy to me!

Jack Johnson, one of my fave green guitarists, has his own “eco village” at every venue he plays at. He keeps water efficient showers backstage, recycles on location with biodegradable bags, and even has leftover food sent to local food banks. Keep rocking, Jack.

Melissa Etheridge is selling eco-friendly goods at her concerts, plus giving fans some nifty tips to go green at her website.

To see the slideshow and the other seven tours with their dates, click here.

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