A Note from Jack


Jack Johnson and his crew took actions to minimize the environmental impact of their 2013 Theater Tour. Check out the 2013 End of Tour Impact Results to learn more about the tour’s greening measures.

Jack Johnson and his All At Once campaign collaborated with over 75 hand-chosen community groups across Europe and North America to support sustainable local food systems and plastic free initiatives.

Fans engaged with All At Once non-profit partners doing good work in their community at the show or online. Learn more at

The Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation matched donations to the All At Once non-profit partners for this tour, up to a total of $2,500 (US) per group.

You can support All At Once non-profits in your community. Make a donationbecome a member, or sign up for volunteer opportunities.

This years All At Once campaign supported non-profits and engaged fans in the realms of sustainable local food systems and plastic free initiatives.

You can make a personal commitment to reduce your plastic waste and support locally grown food. Capture Your Commitment online at

Jack and his crew eliminated the use of single use plastic water bottles on tour by filling up at backstage water refill stations.

Fans filled up their own reusable water bottle at the All At Once Water Stations [or] Brita Hydration Stations located at most venues. Jack Johnson Klean Kanteen reusable bottles were also available for purchase at the shows. To learn more about plastic free initiatives visit

Jack and the crew worked with venue operators to make every effort towards a zero waste tour through recycling, composting, and other waste diversion efforts to reduce the amount of waste headed for the landfill.

Fans supported this initiative by participating in recycling and composting on site.

Sustainable biodiesel was used to fuel tour trucks, buses and generators throughout North America. Ground and sea freight is used for shipping gear in an effort to further reduce the tour’s carbon footprint.

Fans saved gas, money and reduced their carbon footprint by carpooling, utilizing shuttles, mass transit, or rode bikes to get to the show.

As part of a farm to stage catering program, Jack Johnson tour crew worked directly with local farms and purveyors across North America to source locally grown organic foods. All disposable cutlery and tableware was biodegradable.

You can check out the Eat Well Guide to find local and sustainable food at restaurants, farmers’ markets, CSAs and stores in your area or near the show.

All tour merchandise was made from sustainable materials with a focus on reusables and renewables. Jack and his crew continued to use Klean Kanteen reusable water bottles and bags to reduce plastic waste.

You can pick up your own exclusive Jack Johnson Klean Kanteen reusable water bottle, upcycled tote bag, recycled paper tour poster and 100% Organic cotton t-shirts made in the U.S.A. Visit the Jack Johnson Online Store to shop today!

After all energy conservation measures have been taken, remaining CO2 emissions for each show and the entire tour are being offset to support a variety of local and sustainable carbon management projects.

Fans offset their travel to and from the shows by purchasing Jack Johnson carbon offset stickers at any of the merchandise stands or by opting in to the carbon offset ticket add-on when purchasing theirconcert tickets online.

Featured Community Group

Plastic Pollution Coalition

Plastic Pollution Coalition is a global alliance of individuals, organizations and businesses working together to stop plastic pollution. Learn about their projects, check out the Plastic Free Gift Guide and take action at

Brushfire Greening

Jack Johnson's record label, Brushfire Records, is blazing a trail in environmental responsibility among record labels.

Brushfire is headquartered in a newly-renovated green building, leveraging a number of innovative features to keep their environmental impact low. These features include:

  • Solar panels providing all power for offices and studio
  • Interior/exterior wall insulation made from 100% post consumer waste (cotton from blue jean scraps)
  • Duro-Last Green Roof
  • Recycled Shingles

Jack Donates Tour Profits to Charity

100% of Jack Johnson’s 2008 tour profits were used to establish the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation, an endowment founded by Jack and Kim Johnson to support environmental, art and music education now and into the future. Jack Johnson also donated 100% of his tour profits to charity from 2010 - 2013. As part of his 2014 From Here To Now To You World Tour, the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation offered direct and matching donations to All At Once Non-Profit Partners. Learn more at