BYOBottle Summer 2021 Highlights

BYOBottle Partners: Plastic Pollution Coalitionʻs #RefillRevolution at Bonnaroo (photo: Brandise Danesewich), 
Zach Gill (photo: Nikki Michail), Jade Imagine, HydroFlask & Ohana Festival, Vapur, Rob Machado Foundationʻs Water Refill Stations at BeachLife Festival, Max Wattʻs House of Music, REVERB #RockNRefill at Cali Roots, Steelys Drinkware

Greetings BYOBottle Partners! 

Join fellow BYOBottle partners and millions of people around the world in reducing plastic waste this Plastic Free July! It’s a great time to share your BYOBottle commitment to rock reusable water bottles and help the music industry turn the tide on plastic pollution. Plastic Free July is full of ideas and inspiration to reduce single-use plastic and help shape reusable habits, throughout the month of July and beyond! 

As festivals announce line-ups and concerts roll out in the coming months, it’s important we focus on supporting an equitable and sustainable music industry for everyone. BYOBottle will continue to serve as a resource to promote engagement campaigns, partner innovations, and best practices for the safe use of reusables and water refill stations at live events. Please enjoy these BYOBottle resources and highlights!

BYOBottle – Highlights:

BYOBottle Suggested Post: Plastic Free July

Sample Social Media Post: We support #BYOBottle to help turn the tide on plastic pollution in the music industry.  This @PlasticFreeJuly we are rocking our reusable water bottles to reduce plastic waste!   #PlasticFreeJuly

Please Tag BYOBottle – FB: @byobottlecampaign / Insta: @BYOBottle / Twitter: @BYO_Bottle 

BYOBottle Features: 

💧Featured Campaign: Plastic Free July

💧Featured Event: Reopen with Reuse Rally July 1st

💧Featured Resource: BYOBottle Reusable Vendor List

💧Featured Case Study: Rewash Revolution: Zero Waste with Strawberry Fields

💧Featured Report: UPSTREAM Report: Reuse Wins

💧Featured Video: BYOBottle Artist Tavana – Plastic Island ft Paul Izak

Music Video: BYOBottle Artist TavanaPlastic Island featuring Paul Izak. This incredible stop motion video features unaltered plastic pieces collected from beaches in Hawaii to bring attention to the global issue of plastic pollution.

Are you innovating? Are you working to address safety at live events by creating touchless or contactless refill options? Please reach out and share so we can highlight your reuse and refill innovations! Send updates and photos to and we will aim to feature your BYOBottle efforts on our socials and in future promotion & newsletters!

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