Lollapalooza has elevated its commitment to the environment through a new partnership with global organization, Re:wild. Across the world, Lollapalooza festivals will support Re:wild and its local partners in a variety of ways, including sharing environmental education through festival messaging channels, providing space on festival grounds for Re:wild partners to speak directly with music fans, and through direct financial support of Re:wild projects.
Founded by a group of renowned conservation scientists together with Leonardo DiCaprio, Re:wild works in collaboration with governments, philanthropic organizations, Indigenous peoples and local communities, nongovernmental organizations, and companies worldwide.
Lollapalooza Founder Perry Farrell and Etty Lau Farrell said, “Solutionists, join us! We are thrilled to partner with our new friends at Re:wild, as we too love the land, the water, and all living creatures. Their commitment to healing the world is directly in line with the environmental awareness roots that were planted in the infancy of Lollapalooza decades ago. And of course, we still respond to the call of the wild!”
The Lollapalooza and Re:wild partnership will launch at Lollapalooza India in Mumbai on January 27-28.