Our Going Green Commitment

When thousands of people come together to experience a music festival, the amount of trash generated and the overall ‘carbon footprint’ of such an event can be quite massive. As a result, the Pure Grenada Music Festival has established a “Go Green Initiative” to fuse world-class live musical performances with green vendors, services and food vendors.
We are committed to leaving the festival venue as nice as we found it, and are doing everything in our power to offset any potentially negative environmental impact on this beautiful island.
Receptacles will be provided to keep trash and recyclables separated, and a ‘take-in take-out’ trash policy will also be encouraged. All vendors selling goods in the Festival Village will have to follow established Green Rules. Food vendors will be required to use disposable food service items that are made from bio-based, renewable materials; from recycled content; or that are 100% compostable. 
The Pure Grenada Music Festival endorses and actively supports all ‘green’ initiatives for implementation throughout the festival and beyond.
We have many 'Going Green Projects' underway as part of the Music Festival.
Here are some of our past and present volunteers who are part of the PGMF Green Action. 


We are musicians and lovers of music, believers in the power of art and expression. The beautiful island of Grenada is our home.

Music and Beyond

Contact Us

For general information about the Pure Grenada Music Festival, including registration, please contact us at:
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 Petite Calivigny Bay, P.O. Box 8001, St George’s