Online 320 Mental Health Music Festival

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and given the current state of the world, the 320 Music Festival has been announced. This is an online event created to bring awareness to the importance of mental health, provide resources to our community and normalize the conversation surrounding all mental health pursuits. 100% of net proceeds will be donated to nonprofit partners. Join us and celebrate coming together to learn, grow, support one another at a safe physical distance.

Conversations surrounding mental health will be coming directly into people’s homes through the inaugural 320 Festival, now happening completely virtually May 8th-10th. In addition to discussing topics like Social Media: the Age of Anxiety, Prevention Resources: Know The 5 Signs, Living with Addiction, Criminalizing Mental Illness: America’s Shame and more through panels, conversations, and Q&A Sessions, artists committed to mental health awareness including Kiiara, Chris Martin of Coldplay, Badflower, Andy Frasco & the U.N., Julien-K and Tatiana DeMaria in addition to previously announced artists Lindsey Stirling, Art Alexakis (Everclear), Justin Furstenfeld (Blue October), Echosmith, Elohim, Social House, Frank Zummo (Sum 41), Gnash and more will be delivering one-of-a-kind performances to festival attendees all weekend long.

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Created by Kevin Lyman (Founder of the Vans Warped Tour, USC Professor and CEO of the Kevin Lyman Group and Unite the United) and Talinda Bennington (Co-Founder of 320 Changes Direction) 320 Festival aims to change the way we talk about mental health through educational sessions, musical performances, workshops and more.

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