The Mischief Collective Announces Live Music Event: The Colorado Carbon Fundraiser: Featuring Beck & Book, Coal Town Reunion, and Hunter Lovins

The Mischief Collective Announces Live Music Event: The Colorado Carbon Fundraiser: Featuring Beck & Book, Coal Town Reunion, and Hunter Lovins

The Colorado Carbon Fundraiser: Featuring Beck & Book, Coal Town Reunion, and Hunter Lovins

>>> Eventbrite Ticket Link <<< 

Venue: Battery 621
Date & Time: July 26, 6:30-9PM, VIP After Party 9-10

>>> General Admission:
$40 (includes alcohol and a carbon offset of your transportation to and from the event)
>>> VIP: $80 (all General Admission amenities PLUS a special after party meet & greet with the artists) 
>>> Eventbrite Ticket Link <<< 

On the evening of July 26th, The Mischief Collective and Waste Farmers will present the first-ever Colorado Carbon Fundraiser; an intimate evening supporting local non-profit Natural Capitalism Solutions. Held on the rooftop of Battery 621 in Denver, the event will host music from Beck & Book (members of Greensky Bluegrass and the Infamous Stringdusters), Coal Town Reunion, an inspirational talk from world renowned environmentalist Hunter Lovins, plus an intimate atmosphere to connect and enjoy the city skyline and stunning mountain views.

With 100% of proceeds going to Natural Capitalism Solutions, this is an incredible opportunity to make an impact in the climate change movement right here in Colorado. The event is entirely carbon neutral, including a carbon offset for transportation to the event being included in the ticket price.

 The Colorado Carbon Fund helps to measure, reduce, and offset carbon emissions. The CCF is the only such voluntary statewide program in the U.S., focusing its support on greenhouse gas reduction projects that produce permanent, verifiable carbon offsets and and community benefit projects. ​Through their outreach programs, they inform the public about energy efficiency, help fund community-based renewable energy projects, and support educational initiatives that help Coloradans lower energy consumption. 

Hunter Lovins, President of Natural Capitalism Solutions, and TIME Magazine’s Hero Of The Planet, has motivated pivotal audiences such as the US Congress, The World Summit on Sustainable Development, and the United Nations, to implement sustainable development practices. She will be speaking at this event and is part of the VIP Meet & Greet package offered.

 (Photo by Eric Rayburn)

Bluegrass giants
Greensky Bluegrass and The Infamous Stringdusters share many common threads, among which is a friendship that has spanned across decades: that of dobro player Anders Beck, and bass player Travis Book. With both bands touring almost non-stop, it’s a rare treat when their musical paths cross, but they are thrilled to be joining forces for this worthwhile cause.


Coal Town Reunion was formed around one simple idea: write honest songs and play the hell out of them. Hailing from the beloved Colorado Front Range, the band digs deep into the vast encyclopedia of Americana Roots music.

The event is born out of a belief that as individuals, we can all do more. Friends and Co-Founders of The Mischief Collective, Tory Pittarelli and Hilary Gleason have made this belief into a core mission of their Denver-based music management and production company. So much so, that Hilary created level, a new organization working to ensure that these charitable efforts are sustainable, impactful, and amplified. The pair was approached by John-Paul Maxfield, CEO of primary sponsor Waste Farmers, and lead-singer of Coal Town Reunion, with a request to throw an event benefiting Natural Capitalism Solutions.

Attendees will be given the opportunity to enter into exciting raffles, including a pair of Icelantic Skis, ZEAL Optics sunglasses, concert tickets, signed posters, and more. All funds raised will benefit Natural Capitalism Solutions.


Please get in touch with Tory Pittarelli from The Mischief Collective with questions or interview requests --

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