Music festivals are great, but is there a hidden cost?
According to a Stanford study, 97% of an event’s ecological footprint is from fan travel alone.
Any efforts to "green" an event pale in comparison to the impact of making the fan's travel more sustainable before and after it occurs.
This major environmental threat could be an opportunity in disguise.
Instead of making fans travel to a destination festival, we'll bring the festival experience to them.
The same study also reports that the next largest impact is from the travel of the production team.
This is a result of 80% of a tour’s eco-footprint being generated by tour buses, flights, and freight trucks.
PLURTH can become the de facto eco-friendly entertainment company by minimizing both of these problems with innovative solutions.
As a result, we have curated a branded experience that will be carbon-neutral, zero-waste, plant-based and locally-sourced.
The PlurthONEarth Tour is the world’s first music experience to utilize the Tesla Supercharger Network to travel solely on clean energy.
The supercharger stations are strategically-placed throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Logistically, this grants us continental touring access to all major metropolitan markets above 100,000 people.
We'll host approximately 77+ shows for the American & Canadian markets.
The tour will be entertaining upwards of 500 concert-goers nightly at intimate downtown venues across these regions.
Fans will arrive at the events via group buses and sponsored ridesharing apps.
Any carbon-emissions can be offset by purchasing credits to plant more trees (this is how we'll also neutralize carbon emissions from fans traveling to our resort).
Each experience is all-inclusive with sponsored organic catering and open-bar beverages.
The venues will handle the majority of sound & lighting production to streamline efficiency by ensuring the lightest tour cargo possible.