|26/09/2021||The Governors Ball Music Festival 2021||Queens, NY, United States||Tickets||Going|
|05/10/2021||Olympia Theatre||Dublin, Ireland||Tickets||Going|
|07/10/2021||O2 Academy Glasgow||Glasgow, United Kingdom||Tickets||Going|
|09/10/2021||O2 Academy Newcastle||Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom||Tickets||Going|
|11/10/2021||O2 Apollo Manchester||Manchester, United Kingdom||Tickets||Going|
|13/10/2021||O2 Academy Birmingham||Birmingham, United Kingdom||Tickets||Going|
|15/10/2021||O2 Academy Bournemouth||Bournemouth, United Kingdom||Tickets||Going|
|17/10/2021||Eventim Apollo Hammersmith||London, United Kingdom||Tickets||Going|
|19/06/2022||Parque da Bela Vista||Lisboa, United Kingdom||Tickets||Going|
|19/06/2022||Rock in Rio Lisboa 2022||Lisbon, Portugal||Tickets||Going|
Welcome to #PlanetEG
‘We’ve done everything possible to make sure Brightest Blue merchandise is as eco as possible (brightest green?). We have looked at everything, even down to labels on CDs and what biodegradable glue we should use! We ask ourselves a lot of questions: can we remove any materials that we don’t need (especially plastic)? Is there a low impact version?
It’s still way too complicated to do the right thing but we’ve kept ourselves informed about eco design and taken the wisest decisions possible. We’ve unwrapped, used smart design, cool new materials (or old stuff turned into new materials) and renewable energy wherever we can!
All while making great merchandise that we hope you will love and cherish - the longer you keep each item and the more you use it, the better for the planet.’