Clean the Beach & Enter to Win Tickets to Jack’s Shows in Australia and New Zealand!
To engage fans and help keep coastlines clean, Tangaroa Blue, Surfrider, Sea Shepherd and Sustainable Coastlines are teaming up with Jack’s All At Once community to host beach cleanups in each city of the OZ/NZ tour! Take action for a clean beaches and enter to win tickets! Volunteers are asked to wear enclosed shoes, bring sun protection, a reusable water bottle, a pair of gloves and lots of energy!
October 22: Melbourne
Time: 11am-12:30pm cleanup. 12:30-2pm sorting and counting debris.
Meeting Point: Brighton Dog Beach, Sandown St, Brighton
Non-Profit Partner: Sea Shepherd
November 12: Sydney
Meeting Point: Port Kembla just south of Sydney, meet at the Surfrider tent at the entrance to the Promenade near Port Kembla ocean pool.
Non-Profit Partners: Surfrider and Tangaroa Blue Foundation
November 19: Brisbane
Time: 10am – 1pm
Meeting Point: Captain Burke Park, 117 Holman St, Kangaroo Point, meet next to the carpark.
Non-Profit Partner: Tangaroa Blue
December 9: AucklandTime: 10am – 1pm
Meeting Point: Piha Beach, meet at carpark outside the Surf Life Saving Club in South Piha.
Non-Profit Partner: Sustainable Coastlines
With the growing amount of plastic marine debris washing up on beaches around the world, Jack and his crew, alongside REVERB and Green Music Australia, are working with venues to reduce single-use plastic at the shows and to promote reusable alternatives.
As part of a Reusable Pint Program, fans will have an alternative to disposable plastic cups and can refill beverage containers for free at water stations. Venues are encouraged to offer plastic straws “by request only” and provide alternatives to plastic serveware. Fans can purchase custom Jack Johnson reusable stainless steel straws and pint cups, or receive them as prizes for taking action. At the show, concertgoers can help eliminate plastic waste with reusable water bottles and pint cups, can pledge to take action to reduce plastic ocean pollution, and can connect with non-profits in the Village Green.