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We feel immensely grateful and privileged to be able to operate Pitch Music & Arts at our beautiful home at the foothills of the Grampians.

By purchasing a Pitch Music & Arts ticket you are deeply acknowledging this privilege and are prepared to make a commitment to profoundly respect the land you are dancing on, keep your campsite clean and leave with everything you came with.

Pitch Music & Arts is proud to be a carbon conscious event. A portion of each vehicle pass and bus ticket sold will be going towards our sustainability partner, Treecreds, who invest in the highest quality carbon offsets generated through forestry-based projects.

With Climate Change imminently affecting humanity, it is more important than ever to be mindful of our environment whilst we are celebrating the Music & Arts we adore. Ensuring our home is left pristine will be our utmost priority so we can continue to celebrate for many years to come.

We sympathise that when you’ve been dancing for hours on your feet, had a big day in the sun and an average sleep in a tent, the idea of cleaning your campsite is the last thing you want to do. We will be doing everything we can to make this process as easy as possible for our community and will be increasing our presence on the ground in regards to both sustainability initiatives and waste management. In turn we expect our patrons to reciprocate accordingly so we can cultivate a respectful community which embodies a unified value system.

We will be taking a zero tolerance approach for our 2022 edition of Pitch Music & Arts, and will be banning those who don’t adhere from future events.
Pitch Music & Arts takes place on the lands of the Djabwurrung people. We ask guests to walk respectively and be humbled by the enormity of their cultural expression. Pitch Music & Arts wishes to pay our respects to the resilience of the elders, for its this strength, determination and resilience that keeps culture strong and country healthy. We acknowledge their connection to this spiritual rich landscape.  We also thank the local communities of Mafeking, Moyston, Willaura and Ararat for welcoming us with open arms.

Below are some guidelines for how to make your experience at Pitch Music & Arts as sustainable as possible.

Nangs

- Simply, do not bring them. They are incredibly damaging to the environment as they are not recyclable and end up in landfill. Nangs were continued to be found on our site months after the festival ended which is extremely upsetting and harmful for the landowner as well as our ecosystem. If you are found with Nangs, you will be removed from site. 

Carpool

- Carpool with friends. Not only will you get to share in the fun that is road tripping to a camping festival with your friends BUT you will also be contributing fewer emissions into the atmosphere. Less cars on the road to Pitch means less travel emissions (and shorter lines). Pitch Music & Arts is a carbon conscious event with a portion of each car pass sold going to Treecreds.

Recycle

- Please sort your waste into the correct bins and bags. This will help keep our festival site and planet looking the way it should. You will find these bins conveniently located throughout the festival site. Our Earth Warriors and cleanup crew will also be handing out garbage bags throughout the duration of the festival.

Love Your Tent

- Did you know that 1 in 4 tents that go to Australian festivals get left behind? And 90% of these tents are only used once and end up in landfill once abandoned. You can help avert this tragedy by looking after your camping gear and taking it home with you at the end of the festival.

Leave No Trace

- It’s not just the big stuff that matters. ‘Microtrash’ such as cigarette buts, sequins and small, flyaway pieces of plastic can have devastating effects on the natural environment and we all need to put it in its place. Don’t let the waste win, put the rubbish in the bin – even if you didn’t drop it.

Bring A Reusable Cup

- So many single-use festival cups never make it to the recycling station. One way to reduce your impact at a festival is to bring reusable cup or water bottle. There will be many water stations around site where you can refill.

Think Before You Buy

- Before you go shopping for all your festival goodies, please take a moment to consider the environment. Avoid bringing unnecessary packaging, choose goods packaged in easily recycled materials and make sure it ends up in the recycling bins provided around the site.More information and tips coming soon!Have more eco-friendly ideas you’d like to share? Email us your go-to enviro friendly tips at hello@pitchfestival.com

© Pitch Music & Arts 2022 brought to you by Untitled Group. Read the event Privacy Statement and Terms & Conditions. Art Direction by Peter Deering, Design by Cam Norris, Development by Bien Studio, Moving Image / CGI by BUS Group.

© Pitch Music & Arts 2022 brought to you by Untitled Group. Read the event Privacy Statement and Terms & Conditions. Art Direction by Peter Deering, Design by Cam Norris, Development by Bien Studio, Moving Image / CGI by BUS Group.

© Pitch Music & Arts 2022 brought to you by Untitled Group. Read the event Privacy Statement and Terms & Conditions. Art Direction by Peter Deering, Design by Cam Norris, Development by Bien Studio, Moving Image / CGI by BUS Group.

© Pitch Music & Arts 2022 brought to you by Untitled Group. Read the event Privacy Statement and Terms & Conditions. Art Direction by Peter Deering, Design by Cam Norris, Development by Bien Studio, Moving Image / CGI by BUS Group.

© Pitch Music & Arts 2022 brought to you by Untitled Group. Read the event Privacy Statement and Terms & Conditions. Art Direction by Peter Deering, Design by Cam Norris, Development by Bien Studio, Moving Image / CGI by BUS Group.

© Pitch Music & Arts 2022 brought to you by Untitled Group. Read the event Privacy Statement and Terms & Conditions. Art Direction by Peter Deering, Design by Cam Norris, Development by Bien Studio, Moving Image / CGI by BUS Group.