Backline Presents Livestream Event for Mental Health Awareness

From New York, NY, Backline will host “Set Break” on April 10th. This will be their first-ever livestream fundraiser on The Relix Channel, exclusively on Twitch. The event will feature live performances worldwide, public service announcements from music professionals, and immersive wellness experiences also.

Backline dedicates their time to connecting music industry professionals and their families with mental health and wellness resources as a nonprofit organization. Backline seeks to provide a safe, private, and immediate place to go for help with the difficulties that life in this industry brings.

Set Break intends to bring the music industry together to break the stigma surrounding mental health in the community. During the event, money will be raised to expand Backline’s programs and services in a time when they are needed most. In addition, Set Break will incorporate wellness experiences from Wanderlust, Breathwrk, The Big Quiet, and Meditation Studio by Muse to promote collective healing for those greatly affected by the closures within the last year.

Backline has provided a safe place to land for industry workers during this time, and the event will bring together fans, artists, and organizations who all believe in the cause and want to create a safer and more supported environment for music to thrive.

Backline’s Executive Director Hilary Gleason

The lineup for Set Break expands across an array of genres. The event will have performances by Alanis Morissette, Leon Bridges, Dawes, Black Pumas, Sara Bareilles, Bob Weir & Wolf Bros, Ben Folds, Oteil Burbridge, Los Lobos, Michael Franti, K. Flay, Galactic, American Authors, Larkin Poe, Deer Tick, DJ Millie, and more. Many musicians are coming together to raise mental health awareness and show support.

Join this Movement Through Livestream

Set Break will feature conversations with the Black Mental Health Alliance to represent the music industry’s diverse experiences. Also, there will debut findings conducted by the Tour Health Research Initiative (THRIV). The free event will have opportunities to donate and support the mental health of the music industry. In addition to supporting Backline, a portion of the proceeds will benefit Crew Nation and Sweet Relief’s Mental Health Fund. Fans even have the opportunity to turn their physical activity into charitable donations by signing up for the wellness app Sweatcoin before the event. Make sure to tune in to Set Break on April 10th to support the cause!

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