Offset Your Emissions

Support climate action and offset the carbon emissions from your travel through our Peace Boat & Climate Futures Collaboration. Choose the project you want to support, calculate your emissions and offset.

Since 2019, SXM Festival and Peace Boat US have collaborated to promote sustainability in Saint Martin to have a positive impact on the environment. Each of us can make a difference by helping to reduce our carbon footprint.


Capture C02 and Turn It To Stone

Join the movement to remove CO2 from air for good.  SXM Festival is committed to a net-zero carbon strategy that is measurable and permanent.

Do more than just offset your emissions - have CO2 captured directly from air and turned into stone in your name. This pioneer mission by Climeworks is currently located in Iceland and is like no other. The service is offered by Climeworks, the world’s first commercial direct air capture company andCarbFix, an Icelandic pioneer in CO2 mineralization. Our long-term goal is to help them scale up their facilities even faster by enabling as many people as possible to turn their CO2 emissions into stone.

Join us on this mission and maintain your subscription to get super early bird access to anySXM Festival event any time as of April 2020.

$1=1kg of CO2 removed
Certificates will be provided by email.

$10/Month Subscription
$25/Month Subscription
$75/Month Subscription
$25/One Time Contribution

Volunteer in Sint Maarten With SXM Doet

Take part in the biggest volunteer initiative in Sint Maarten and the Dutch Kingdom. On March 13 and 14 where the community gathers to help at over 100 projects around the island.

Join the SXM Festival Art Deco team andArtists such as Amine K and Maga at one of the special SXM Festival sponsored projects.

FRIDAY • 10am – 5pm 
Join us in building a playground at Ideal Pre-School.

SATURDAY • 10am – 5pm
Join us in building a unique playground made out of eco-friendly and recycled items atGreen Learning Academy, an eco-friendly school.

OR choose from over100 projects!
Take a break from the party, meet the locals and other travellers while helping rebuild institutions that already do so much for the community.

SXM Beach Clean Up

ByeByePlastic, Blond:ish, + Summerdaze
We're joining forces with some eco-warriors to clean Sandy Ground Beach! Join Blond:ish, ByeByePlastic, Summerdaze on Thursday, March 12 from 3pm – 5:30pm. Meet at Bohô Beach SXM at 12:30pm. The shuttle bus will bring you straight there. Bring your friends and a water bottle. We hope to see you there.


Gear Up

SXM Festival has partnered with Ungalli Clothing Co. to bring you the best and most sustainable Tee shirts! Made ethically in Canada from recycled & organic materials. Choose from 9 unique design made to last.

PLUS! 10% of all sales go towards the Climeworks Carbon Capture Initiative

Produced in Canadian facilities where workers are safe, respected, and paid fair wages. High quality design that is made to last.


"Since starting Parties4Peace in 2002, we have worked with hundreds of artists and promoters towards creating a culture of peace and sustainability through music and art. The SXM Festival has been a true inspiration to our community as they work to support the local community in Saint Martin, educate youth through our programs with Peace Boat US, reforest the land affected by natural disasters and use reclaimed wood and recycled materials in their build-up of the festival. If we can all come together as one music community, we are sure to make a positive difference in the world through our work. This year as we embark on a new journey to help festival-goers carbon offset their travel with our partners at Climate Futures, we can help shape the landscape for the next generation to not only aspire to be carbon neutral, but also be proactive in their efforts to create a more sustainable future. Every little bit can help make a difference for our planet."
Emilie McGlone, Director of Peace Boat US |  Founder of Parties4Peace
"In the world of large-scale events, the SXM Festival has established itself as a proven thought leader in eco-consciousness, education, and awareness.  The experience of founders Julian Prince and Driss Skali after the hurricane of 2017 has been widely reported, providing personal insight on their resilience and dedication. The Advance recently caught up with Julian for a more in-depth look inside the festival’s founding ethics, its commitment to both the local and global community, its unique partnerships, and the undeniable power of art and music."
The Advance
“It’s been our intention to give back from the start because it is in our DNA to do so. Never underestimate the power of the community. It’s never just a festival in our opinion, and ironically the most interesting thing about a festival is what gravitates around it. Our organization Two Bunch Palms was founded after year one, not after Irma like everyone thinks. We will always use the foundation as a non-profit that mediates between the community and the attendees. We will keep on using the foundation to finance actions that translate our intention to give back.”
Julian Prince l SXM Festival Founder