KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL Announces Updated Lineup, Featuring Miguel, Ferg, and More

KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL Announces Updated Lineup, Featuring Miguel, Ferg, and More

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.

Tickets for KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL are on sale now at www.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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