We are happy to announce Jack will be headlining the inaugural Miami Beach Pop Festival, November 8-10, 2019 on the shore of South Beach. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 21 at 10AM ET / 7AM PT, www.MiamiBeachPop.com. Miami Beach Pop recently joined the BYOBottle campaign to encourage festival attendees to bring reusable water bottles in an effort to reduce single-use plastic waste. Miami Beach Pop Festival is Jack’s only scheduled performance for the remainder of 2019.
Happy International Surfing Day! If you live near the ocean, a river or even one of the great lakes, get out there if you can and enjoy the day surfing. Jack would like to thank Surfrider Foundation chapters and volunteers around the world for working for clean & healthy oceans! Get involved at Surfrider.org 📸 Todd Glaser Photography
Happy #WorldOceansDay! In honor of all of the non-profits, agencies, and volunteers working for healthy oceans around the world, Jack is sharing this National Marine Sanctuary Foundation video highlighting the incredibly special Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument. #TogetherWeCan🌊 work to reduce plastic pollution. https://vimeo.com/338806655/f66f68482d
Happy #WorldEnvironmentDay! It’s a big week for honoring the environment and oceans of the world! Today is also #OnePlasticFreeDay to inspire and unite people around a global plastic free movement. #WorldOceansDay is June 8th - the perfect time to celebrate the many ways that oceans sustain people and our planet. #TogetherWeCan🌊 act for healthy and plastic free seas. Find a World Oceans Day event near you at worldoceansday.org
Jack and Occy sat down for an episode of the Occ-Cast, check it out here! And be sure to stay til the end to catch their jam session! https://www.facebook.com/25744595715/posts/10161855926010716/
Happy #BiketoWork Week! Jack has been a huge advocate for biking a long time, from hosting bike valets at his shows to supporting #BiketoSchool activities through his Kokua Hawaii Foundation. We want to give a shout out to all of the incredible bike organizations that All At Once has partnered with over the years and encourage you to get on your bike May 17th for #BiketoWorkDay. Biking is also a great way to get exercise and to #ActOnClimate by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. #WeAreStillIn 📸 #TBT Jack on his bike in 1990.
Jack is proud to support the UCSB Edible Campus Program Student Farm at UC Santa Barbara! Every gift helps build a bed, plant a seed, or grow a fruit tree to help address food insecurity on campus, and engage students and community members in sustainable local food production. https://gauchoboost.ucsb.edu/project/14459
Next stop, Tahiti. After a fun filled weekend in Australia, Jack and the band are headed to Pape'ete, Tahiti. If you are going to be in the area be sure to catch the band’s first performance ever on the island! The show will be held at Place To’ata on April 26th and Paula Fuga will be opening the show. There are still some tickets available at www.ticket-pacific.pf. In an effort to reduce plastic waste, concertgoers can bring their own reusable bottles from home and fill up for free at the water refill stations on-site. #BYOBottle!
Great start to Bluesfest Byron Bay and to the BYOBottle campaign worldwide launch. Thanks to Ben Harper Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real, Melbourne Ska, #divamahal, Keb' Mo' and all the other artists who are supporting this music industry initiative to promote reusable bottles and water refill stations. Big props to Green Music Australia, Tangaroa Blue, and We-Refill for all their hard work leading the way. And to all the fans who #BYOBottle. Together we can turn the tide on plastic pollution.
Shout out to the UC Santa Barbara Edible Campus Program for a successful and fun garden work day! Kim and Jack Johnson joined students, staff, alumni and kids to build garden beds at the new student farm. Check out the video & article with highlights of the day! Learn more & support the Edible Campus Program at www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/ediblecampus/
Jack is proud to announce his DivestInvest pledge to divest from fossil fuels and invest in climate solutions. In 2016, Jack personally divested from oil, gas and coal companies, joining a global investor movement to transition towards sustainable energy. Jack joins the over 1000 organizations and nearly 60,000 individuals who have made the commitment, with $8 trillion in combined assets. Additionally, the Johnson Ohana Foundation and Kokua Hawaii Foundation, both founded by Jack and his wife Kim, have also taken the pledge and are proud to announce that their investment portfolios are 100% fossil fuel free! Active investments are made in clean energy alternatives such as renewable energy and energy efficiency. This commitment is part of a larger Impact Investment strategy that both organizations have created to support social and environmental impact, and to align investments with their mission to support sustainable local food systems and reduce plastic waste. If you are interested in learning more about fossil fuel divestment, visit DivestInvest or search for socially responsible Fossil Free Funds. Photo by Thomas Campbell
The countdown has begun, in less than two months Jack and the band will be traveling overseas to Australia to headline the 30th Annual Byron Bay Bluesfest at the beautiful Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, just outside Byron Bay over the long Easter weekend (Thursday 18th April to Monday 22nd of April 2019). It’s sure to be a great weekend filled with great musicians including Ben Harper, Mavis Staples, Gary Clark Jr, Kurt Vile, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real and more. Tickets are on sale now! https://bluesfest.com.au
2019 is off to a great start and we are excited to announce that Jack and the band will be headed to Tahiti for their first performance ever on the island! The show will be held at Place To’ata on April 26th. We are also happy to share that the one and only Paula Fuga will be joining the fun and opening the show. Tickets onsale now at www.ticket-pacific.pf. In an effort to reduce plastic waste, concertgoers can bring their own reusable bottles from home and fill up for free at the water refill stations on-site. We hope you can join Jack, the band and Paula in beautiful Pape'ete, Tahiti!
As a Goodwill Ambassador for UN Environment, Jack is proud to support Young Champions of the Earth. UN Environment is seeking young problem solvers with big, bold ideas for the planet. Are you 18-30 and ready to submit your creative solution to a pressing environmental challenge? Apply for 2019 #YoungChamps http://bit.ly/YoungChamps
Did you know that over 100 million plastic drinking straws are used every day in the United States? Many of these end up in our rivers, lakes, and oceans where they can harm wildlife. Good news--you can make a difference. Today is #SkiptheStrawDay so please refrain from using any plastic disposable straws, and try to cut down on them the rest of the year too! #AAOPlasticFree
Jack is proud of All At Once Non-Profit Partner Fundación Punta de Lobos who rallied together with local surfers, environmentalists, government officials and business leaders to protect the Mirador Property, the iconic Punta de Lobos headlands. This trip to Chile was a special highlight of the recent All The Light Above it Too Tour, with Jack joining conservationists and community activists to celebrate this amazing accomplishment. Thank you to everyone at Fundación Punta de Lobos, Ramon Navarro, Save The Waves, @Patagonia, Patagonia Surf #LotusChile and #VictorAsonu for welcoming Jack and our team for this monumental moment to honor the preservation of Punta de Lobos. ¡Por siempre!
In honor of the values and service of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, today is a perfect day to use as a stepping stone to get involved in your own community. Jack’s Kokua Hawaii Foundation is hosting a Day of Service Beach Cleanup at Malaekahana, or you can find a local volunteer effort near you. As this federal holiday is taking place during the government shutdown, you can also choose to get creative and do a personal watershed or neighborhood cleanup as part of a #ShutDownPickUp action. Join friends or family to celebrate by giving back.
Check out The Alchemy of Fire: Songs to Benefit the Ojai Valley! Featuring Jack's song ‘Home’ (Live from the Libbey Bowl - Ojai, California). The benefit album was curated by Ojai native Ted Lennon and features songs contributed from various artists with ties to the Southern California community that was devastated by The Thomas Fires in Dec. 2017. All proceeds from the album will be donated to the Greater goods Relief Fund, an Ojai non-profit organization, who have already raised over $140,000 for the fire victims. The album is available for download and streaming on all major platforms. To donate or learn more visit https://www.helpfulhumans.co
It was an unforgettable night celebrating a living legend... the one and only Willie Nelson. Earlier that day Jack picked up a used guitar that happened to be belong to Steve Earle. When Jack got backstage Steve Earle was there and gave him the entire history of the guitar. Jack then decided to make his other guitar a time capsule from the night. 📸 K.Johnson & Emmett Malloy