This week, Talinda Bennington, widow of Linkin Park's Chester Bennington, and Warped Tour Founder Kevin Lyman hosted their 320 Conversations event as the kick off to their collaboration on the 320 Festival.
Billed as an educational, family friendly festival, the 320 Festival will feature a Mental Health Summit including panel discussions, round tables with in-depth curated conversations, breakout meditation and mindfulness sessions, and many more mental health resources. In addition, attendees can expect film screenings and performances in the L.A. Live plaza, all of which will be free entry.
At the 320 Conversations event, Bennington and Lyman also announced a benefit showcase of musical artists taking over The Novo for "Songs That Saved My Life", A Night Dedicated to Mental Health. The concert will take place the night of the festival, May 9th, at The Novo and will feature Art Alexakis of Everclear, Justin Furstenfel of Blue October, Frank Zummo of Sum 21, and many more artists.
Tickets to the "Songs That Saved My Life" benefit show will go on sale on Friday, March 27th.