Reading and Leeds is partnering with Music Declares Emergency’s #NOMUSICONADEADPLANET campaign onsite this year, encouraging music fans to come together and make some noise in the fight against climate change.
We believe that music has a key role to play in inspiring positive action to create a better future for all. We feel that it is our responsibility to be part of the change.
The #NOMUSICONADEADPLANET campaign has already been endorsed by artists from all over the world and supported by global media.
The campaign has highlighted the many steps already being taken by labels, venues, festivals, and artists, celebrating record labels going carbon neutral, revealing the world’s first bioplastic vinyl, and bringing together the worlds of rock, reggae, hip hop, dance, pop, grime, classical, jazz, and metal under one roof.
Music Declares will be onsite at Reading and Leeds this year with a temporary tattoo stall offering you the chance to wear their message, giving you the chance to be a founding member of the Fan Club For Climate, and talking to you about how you can get involved and be part of the positive response to the climate crisis.
Share your photos with us #NOMUSICONADEADPLANET for the chance to appear on the main stage screens at the festival. Get involved and help spread the message for climate action.