Musicians and health professionals will join forces on May 8-10 for this giant streamed festival which aims to shine a light on mental health at a time when many people are really struggling.

“The idea for 320 was born out of my personal experience and the recognition that we can do better to address the needs of those who are suffering with mental health concerns and addiction,” said Talinda Bennington, widow of Chester Bennington and co-founder of 320 Changes Direction, in a statement. “We need to change the culture of mental health so that those in need – and their family members – are able to speak openly about their struggles so that they can seek the care they deserve.”

Performers across the weekend include Kiiara, Chris Martin (Coldplay), Badflower, Andy Frasco & the U.N., Julien-K, Tatiana DeMaria, Lindsey Stirling, Art Alexakis (Everclear), Justin Furstenfeld (Blue October), Echosmith, Elohim, Social House, Frank Zummo (Sum 41) and Gnash.

“Shedding light on mental health awareness is necessary in order to lessen the stigma surrounding it. 320 does such an incredible job in doing so,” said Kiiara.
“Pushing through and taking this Festival online is truly beautiful & needed during these difficult times,” added Frank Zummo of Sum 41.
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