The Big Climate Thing, scheduled for September 16-18 at Forest Hills Stadium, NYC has been postponed.

The artists, climate movement leaders and partners of this event take the responsibility of representing those fighting for survival on the front lines of ecological disaster and environmental justice incredibly seriously. Collectively, we felt that if we couldn’t produce the event in a way that met the high standards for participation, impact and sustainability that are the foundation of The Big Climate Thing, then it was the responsible choice to postpone until we can.

Compared with the climate emergency itself, a concert postponement is hardly important news. However, for the fans who purchased tickets, the teams that have been working tirelessly behind the scenes, the climate organizations and activists who have been integral to the mission of this project and the speakers and artists who were the heart and soul of the event, we are so grateful to have had this chance to form a vital community with you centered on creativity and climate optimism. If there’s one thing we’ve learned from the climate crisis it’s that one must adapt to survive.

With humility and gratitude, we look forward to bringing a renewed The Big Climate Thing back in 2023 to create a platform for those who truly inspire us with their commitment to creating a more just, equitable and habitable planet. And some of the best music on Earth.

Climate Control Projects

Ticket Refund Information:

If you purchased your tickets via AXS online or by phone, a refund will automatically be issued to the credit card you used to purchase within 30 business days. Otherwise, refunds are available at your original point of purchase.

Climate Control Projects is looking to partner with mission-driven organizations that are committed to sustainability and the environment.

 

The Big Climate Thing is a 3-day concert for people and the planet this September 16-18, at Forest Hills Stadium, in Queens, NY, featuring Khruangbin, The War on Drugs, HAIM, The Roots, and many more amazing musicians committed to addressing the climate crisis. Select speakers and on-site activations encourage audience engagement with a greener, healthier future. 

 

Support ESG goals at your organization by working with us at The Big Climate Thing. Here are a few ways to get involved. Contact corporate@climatecontrolprojects.com for more details.

DISCOUNT TICKETS

 

We would love to see people like you and your team in the crowd. Support staff education and engagement with climate change through a bulk ticket purchase for your organization. 

 

  • 10 tickets = 10% discount
  • 25 tickets = 20% discount
  • 50 tickets = 30% discount
  • 100 tickets = 40% discount
  • 500 tickets = 50% discount

 

CO-MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES

 

Engage your community with co-branded content, contests, sweepstakes, giveaways, and campaigns.

 

  • Share the event in your company sustainability newsletter or report. 
  • Run a contest for your customers or clients to win free tickets to the event. 
  • Collaborate on a social media awareness campaign combining music and climate. 

 

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

 

Grow your audience and enhance your sustainability reputation by supporting this event. 

 

  • Your logo on signage and promotional materials in-person and online
  • Acknowledgement by event emcee throughout the concert
  • Activation space at the event to showcase your sustainability work
  • Shout-outs from The Big Climate Thing social media channels

 

EXCLUSIVE EXPERIENCES

 

Build memories and teach lessons in hours that make an impact and last a lifetime. 

 

  • Create a custom speakeasy at Forest Hills Stadium, including private viewing porch, premium viewing, concierge service, VIP restrooms, private bar and food, and moreㅤㅤ 
  • Backyard VIP Experience with drink tickets
  • Limited backstage access to artists and speakers 

 

CONTACT

 

Looking for something else? We also offer custom packages. Contact corporate@climatecontrolprojects.com for more details.



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