NO MUSIC ON A DEAD PLANET is an international community of musicians and music lovers coming together to take action on climate.

With monthly climate action challenges and ticket giveaways, this is a place to come together, find allies, and get inspired.


Sign up to NO MUSIC ON A DEAD PLANET to receive our festival sustainability guide and for the chance to win a ticket to, Boomtown 2024, Shambala 2024, Forwards Festival 2024 and Loves Saves the Day 2025!

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We are supported by thousands of artists and fans worldwide.

From the biggest names in music through to grassroots musicians, NO MUSIC ON A DEAD PLANET is a global movement bringing the music community together to call for urgent action on climate and the environment.


  • A call for unity and human connection, to come together across divides to face the climate and ecological emergency.

  • A reminder of the great things humans can achieve when working in harmony.

  • An acknowledgement that we risk losing everything we love, if we fail to act together.

We are global

NO MUSIC ON A DEAD PLANET is a campaign run by Music Declares Emergency, a global campaigning organisation. We have teams in the UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, Austria, USA, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia and beyond.

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Show to world you support the call for urgent climate and environmental action with a NO MUSIC ON A DEAD PLANET campaign T-shirt.

NO MUSIC ON A DEAD PLANET teams up with WWF for Earth Hour

Music Declares Emergency and The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)  have teamed up with some of their favourite artists for this year’s Earth Hour on Saturday 23rd March. Caity Baser, Sigrid, The Wombats, PVA and Blossoms have all created unique NO MUSIC ON A DEAD PLANET playlists inspired by the idea of giving time and attention to the planet to encourage fans to play an active part in this year’s celebration.


NO MUSIC ON A DEAD PLANET is partnering with The BRITs to give fans a way to get involved in positive climate action.

The BRITs are deeply engaging with sustainability practices to make the event greener year on year.  

Billie Eilish Festivals Tour 2023

Having supported the campaign since its 2019, 2023 saw Billie Eilish bring the NO MUSIC ON A DEAD PLANET to her festival shows all across the world.

Also bringing youth climate activists on stage in front of her hundreds of thousands of fan in Poland, Billie Eilish is using her platform in the best possible way to support urgent climate action.

Music makes the world a better place.

We are at a pivotal moment where every decision made by our governments and industriesaffects our very chances of survival. Music and music fans have huge cultural power. In coming together we change the future for the better.


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