The In This Together Festival is a unique mental health awareness event aimed at bringing attention to an issue that affects millions of Americans each year. The nonprofit mental health awareness event will feature live entertainment from performers who are relatable to those who face or know someone who faces these issues.
2016 In This Together Festival
The 2016 In This Together Festival will take place on Sunday, November 13 at the Avalon Theater, 1735 Vine Street in Los Angeles, from 4 to 11:30 pm. Tickets range from $40 to $75 (more on that below).
The festival celebrates those who have/struggle with mental illness and adversity and creates a place of safety for all of those involved. The current performer lineup is outlined below, but note that the event lineup is subject to change. Check back to the official event page before purchasing tickets.
MUSIC: Deqn Sue & Daniel Johnston (and more)
PODCASTS: The Mental Illness Happy Hour with Royce White & Mortified
STORYTELLING: Sara Benincasa
STAND-UP COMEDY: Beth Stelling
Tickets to the 2016 In This Together Festival are broken down in several ways in the online ticketing terminal, so you can get tickets that mean the most to you. We’ve outlined a few of the most popular options below for your convenience:
All Day Pass: This $75 ticket gets you access to all of the festival events, including music and comedy, which means you won’t miss anything.
Music Only: This $50 ticket gets you access to the musical performance by Daniel Johnston, which means you’ll miss out on performances by Beth Stilling, Sara Benincasa, and The Mental Illness Happy Hour.
Podcasts/Comedy Only: This $40 ticket gets you access to the comedy and podcast portion only, which means you’ll miss out on music by Daniel Johnston and Deqn Sue.
To learn more about the tickets or the event or to connect with your friends on Facebook, check out the Eventbrite page and snag your tickets to the 2016 In This Together Festival before they’re sold out.
Sponsors of the In This Together Festival 2016
The mental health issues we face in the United States aren’t something to be dealt with alone. That’s why companies across the country support these issues every day.
The 2016 In This Together Festival is sponsored by the Racial and Ethnic Mental Health Disparities Coalition, Organifi, KnKtd, Each Mind Matters – California’s Mental Health Movement, Partners for Strong Minds, Cyrus Urban Sustainability Network, Jim Foote, and Strange World Productions.
To get involved as an event sponsor or volunteer, use the contact form on the official event website.