The inaugural KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL has expanded its line-up to include performances from MIGUEL, FERG, STARCRAWLER, REESE LAFLARE, YONEE, D.I.E. and ALL MY FRIENDS HATE ME.
The one day, all-ages festival pop-up event is set for Saturday, February 23; it will take place at the future site of Tyson Ranch Resorts, a 420-acre Desert Hot Springs, CA entertainment complex, luxury glamping resort, and cannabis research & design facility created and owned by Mike Tyson.
Along with having the distinction of being the first-ever event to embrace California’s updated 2019 cannabis regulations and allowing those over 21+ to consume alcohol, KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL is more than just your typical music festival experience. The event is focused on providing a platform where health and wellness focused cannabis consumers, aka “The Kind Generation,” can connect with like-minded peers to cultivate a positive energy and motivate others to always #BeKind. In addition to the musical line-up, motivational speaker and author IDIL AHMED, will be raising awareness on global consciousness and the power of positivity.
KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL recently hosted a roundtable discussion–at their Los Angeles headquarters–with a group of positive influencers to discuss what “kind” means to them and about KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL‘s stance on social consciousness and the importance of providing a space for all-ages and aspects of life to come together and #BeKind. Check out the clip highlighting their views
Tickets for KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL are on sale now atwww.kindmusicfestival.com. GA tickets are $85.00 and VIP tickets are $185.00. VIP tickets include dedicated front of stage viewing, VIP lounge with bar and food for purchase, VIP Parking, Express Entry and upgraded bathrooms. A portion of all proceeds from KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL will be donated to the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, STANDING UNITED, which aids those struggling with drug addiction and homelessness, a cause that KMF holds dear as several employees, including a number of executives, are in recovery.
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