All At Once and Sustainability on the Road in 2022

Jack Johnson is taking action for the environment and his Meet The Moonlight Tour is expanding green touring practices and continues to promote sustainable local food systems and plastic free initiatives. Learn what the tour is doing and how you can help!

Jack Johnson and his All At Once campaign are collaborating with environmental community groups at each show. The Johnson Ohana Foundation is offering direct and matching donations to these All At Once Non-Profit Partners.

You can support All At Once Non-Profit partners by volunteering, becoming a member, making a donation and engaging with them at the show in the Village Green. Learn more at

All At Once inspires fans to take action in support of sustainable and equitable food systems, as well as to reduce plastic pollution by choosing reusables.

You can make a commitment such as supporting local farmers or choosing reusables to reduce your plastic waste. Capture Your Commitment at the All At Once Photo Wall.

Jack Johnson and his tour crew work with venues to reduce single-use plastic at every level of tour production by implementing innovative campaigns which eliminate disposable plastic, provide water refill stations, and promote reusables.

You can refill your own reusable bottle or cup for free at the All At OnceWater Stations, or pick up Jack Johnson reusables at the merch stand or concessions…and choose to reuse!

Jack Johnson and his tour crew work with venue operators to make every effort towards a zero waste tour through recycling, composting, and other waste diversion efforts.

You can support this initiative by participating in recycling and composting on site. Look for the All At Once recycling signage at the venue.

Biodiesel blends will be used to fuel tour trucks, buses and generators. Ground and sea freight will be used for shipping gear to further reduce the tour’s carbon footprint. The tour partners with local bicycling organizations to host bike valets at select shows.

You can save gas, money and reduce your carbon footprint by carpooling, utilizing shuttles, mass transit, or riding bikes to get to the show. Park at the bike valets set up at select concert locations.

As part of a farm to stage program, the tour works with venues to source locally grown organic foods grown by local farmers. All At Once is supporting a food security partner at each show and the crew is coordinating with Musically Fed to ensure leftover food will be donated to local community hunger relief organizations.

You can check out to find fresh, local and sustainable food options at restaurants, farmer’s markets, community gardens, CSA’s and stores in your area. Support food security by volunteering with a local foodbank or donate to the Conscious Alliance food drive to receive a custom Jack Johnson art poster.

Tour merchandise is made from sustainable materials with a focus on reusables and renewables including: tour tees made with 100% organic cotton, tour posters made from recycled paper, and reusable bottles, cups, bags, utensil sets, and more!

You can pick up exclusive Jack Johnson reusables or eco-friendly concert posters or t-shirts. Visit the merch booth at the show or the Jack Johnson Online Store to shop today!

After all conservation measures have been taken, remaining CO2 emissions for each show and the entire tour will be offset in support a variety of local and sustainable carbon management projects. $1 from each ticket sold is being directed to climate positive projects.

You can reduce your climate footprint by taking environmental action and supporting clean energy, climate justice and nature-based solutions. Get involved with REVERB’s Music Climate Revolution or the United Nations Act Now campaign.

Impact will be tracked throughout the tour to demonstrate how collective action can result in significant change.

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

Greening Partners & Sustainable Business

Special thanks to our Greening Partners and 1% for the Planet Business Partners who contributed to our recent From Here To Now To You Tour:

Reverb is a 501(c)(3) non-profit engaging musicians and their fans to take action toward a more sustainable future. Reverb coordinated biodiesel fuelings, farm to stage catering, outreach signage, carbon offsets, and All At Once volunteers on Jack's recent tour. Learn more about our tour greening initiatives on Jack's recent tour by downloading the 2014 Impact Report here.

Klean Kanteen is a certified B Corporation and 1% for the Planet business member deeply committed to reducing single-use disposable plastics. Klean Kanteen donated reusable co-branded pint and water bottles to our tour crew and volunteers and provided All At Once Water Refill Stations for fans to support the tour's plastic free initiatives. Learn more about being plastic free at

Patagonia Provisions is a 1% for the Planet business member that offers a growing selection of foods that address environmental issues and support local food producers. Jack is a new ambassador for Patagonia Provisions and recently promoted a locally grown cooking series where participants were entered to win tickets to Jack's west coast tour and Farm to Stage promo events. Learn more about supporting sustainable food systems at

Thank you to the following businesses who donated products for our VIP and backstage areas during the 2014 Tour: Kona Brewing Company, Juice Ranch - Santa Barbara, McConnells Ice Cream, Brown-Forman and Salazon Chocolate.

Jack Donates Tour Profits to Charity

100% of Jack Johnson’s 2008 tour profits were used to establish the Johnson Ohana Foundation a non-profit charity founded by Kim and Jack Johnson to support environmental, art, and music education. Since 2008 as part of the All At Once campaign, Jack Johnson’s tours have collaborated with over 400 community groups worldwide focusing on plastic free initiatives, sustainable local food systems, and other hands-on environmental projects. The Johnson Ohana Foundation provides direct and matching donations to support these partners and has donated over $4 million since 2008. You can support All At Once non-profits in your community by making a donation, becoming a member or signing up to volunteer. To learn more visit All At Once