Zero-waste concerts in Kitchener-Waterloo aiming to use music to inspire an emotional connection to the way waste impacts the planet and to inspire action toward sustainable living. 

Compostable Concerts is proud to be a member of Communities for Conservation: an organization that makes it easy to contribute to environmental conservation work at any time.

  • Sat, Apr 11
    Button Factory Arts
    This event has been postponed until further notice due to COVID-19
  • Fri, Mar 06
    Princess Twin Cinemas
    A film about the North American West, a musical tribute to land and water, and a cautionary tale about the environment.
  • Sat, Feb 08
    Queen Street Commons Cafe
    Join us downtown Kitchener at Queen Street Commons for our third Compostable Concert featuring the local lovable Richard Garvey!
  • Thu, Nov 28
    Hamilton-based folk duo Piper & Carson share some tunes, and we launch our zero waste pledge with a group discussion sponsored by Full Circle Foods!

Compostable Concerts is very grateful to the Waterloo Region Arts Fund for their support for the 2019-2020 season. 

The creators of Compostable Concerts are grateful to live, work, and play in Kitchener-Waterloo, which is situated on the Haldimand tract. This land was promised to the Haudenosaunee people and is the ancestral land of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee of Six Nations Confederacy, Neutral/Attawandaron, and any other nations who have cared for the land, recorded or unrecorded. 

We also acknowledge all other caretakers of the land: the worms that turn the soil, the bees that pollinate the flowers, the trees that protect against erosion and filter our water, and we believe that the privilege of calling this land home comes with a great responsibility to care for it, and to leave it better than we found it.

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