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Massive Attack are aiming to put on the lowest carbon large stage show ever this summer

Massive Attack are aiming to put on the lowest carbon large stage show ever this summer

Massive Attack. Warren Du Preez.

Massive Attack are staging a “large-scale climate action accelerator event” in Bristol this August.

The Act 1.5 event will mark the culmination of 25 years of climate activism on the part of the band, and a first physical fruition of their collaboration with climate scientists and analysts, with the aim of being the lowest carbon/greenhouse gas emissions show of its size ever staged.

The all-day Act 1.5 event takes place on 25th August 2024 outdoors at Clifton Downs and powered by Ecotricity x Grid Faeries.

Massive Attack will be joined by Killer MIke, Lankum, Sam Morton and producer Richard Russellnew project and a rare performance from the Wild Bunch’s DJ Milo.

Full details of the integrated climate action measures underpinning the show, and a direct invitation to all fans to contribute will be shared at the end of May.

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Act 1.5 Ticket information can be found here:

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