So Much to Save

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The Dave Matthews Band have been touting environmental initiatives for years, including setting up a ride share program for fans. This year the Virginia-based band is offering free tunes to fans who recycle at shows. So far, the So Much to Save program has recycled 22,231 pounds of waste and diverted 64 cubic yards of waste from landfills. Fans that recycle at shows are given a free download card for a set of tunes from the band and some of their opening acts, including the Avett Brothers, Yonder Mountain String Band, and Gomez. If you can’t make it to a show, you can still download the songs by making an environmental pledge here.

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