We Love Green's 10th-anniversary edition is set to be a feast of great music and sustainable practices.

For a decade now, the We Love Green Festival has been leading the way in bringing sustainability and green practices to the festival space. Now, on its 10th anniversary, the festival is returning to Paris for a special edition that’s sure to be bigger than ever.


Expanded to three days, the festival will be at the cutting edge of sustainability practices, using 100% renewable energy as well as hydrogen generators at an unprecedented scale and reusable cooking oils – pioneering new technologies in order to craft a more conscious tomorrow. Other practices include a total ban on single-use plastics, 100% locally sourced and organic food and entirely compostable cutlery and plates.

The line-up promises to be a treat for music fans. Headline act Gorillaz will be joined by a massive slate of diverse artists including Phoenix, Floating Points, Arlo Parks, Central Cee, Slowthai, Disclosure, Nancy Peluso and much, much more.


The festival also aims to be a hub for enlightening conversations about how a progressive and sustainable future can be brought about on the Think Tank stage, whilst in the Innovation Village, a space is provided for organisations and individuals to put their brains to the test in coming up with ideas for new sustainable practices through innovative thinking and technology.


It’s sure to be an event to remember, and you can buy tickets for when We Love Green lands in Paris on 2-5 June here.

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