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Where Brain Science, Wine, and Cuisine Sizzle!

Join us this year for the 30th Annual Music Festival for Brain Health on September 7, 2024! Tickets are now available.

 

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 29th Music Festival for Brain Health held on Saturday, September 9th at the Staglin Family Vineyard!

Through your attendance and generosity, $2.6 million was raised for One Mind, pushing our annual fundraising total to over $13.8 million. 

The day-long festival began with the Science & Innovation Symposium, which featured presentations from One Mind's 2023 Rising Star Awards, early-career scientists leading pivotal, innovative research to develop better treatments for mental illnesses. The Symposium also featured keynote speaker Steve Paul, M.D., CSO & President of Research and Development at Karuna Therapeutics, and the entrepreneurs of the One Mind Accelerator, an intensive program that aids early-stage startups developing real-world solutions to improve the lives of people facing mental health conditions.

 

The highlight of the festival was a performance by award-winning country singer/songwriter Martina McBride. The mental health advocate's 90-minute set had patrons on their feet dancing and singing along with her Grammy award winning hits.

The festival also featured a world-class wine tasting and culinary experience that paired exquisite wines with culinary delights by award-winning Chef Ken Frank and caviar from Caviar Russe. The VIP Wine Dinner under the stars, featuring James Beard Semifinalist Cassidee Dabney, contributed $750,000 to our total raised, thanks to the generosity of our passionate guests.

We are so grateful to all of the sponsors, donors, and attendees who made this year's Music Festival for Brain Health such a success. Your support is helping us to make a real difference in the lives of people facing mental health challenges.

 

READ THE 2023 EVENT PRESS RELEASE

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS*

September 7, 2024

 

In-Person Schedule:

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (PDT)

Science & Innovation Symposium

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (PDT)

Wine Tasting Reception

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM (PDT)

Concert Performance

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM (PDT)

VIP Wine Dinner & Dancing

*subject to change

One Mind's 29th Music Festival for Brain Health | Sept. 9, 2023
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One Mind's 29th Music Festival for Brain Health | Sept. 9, 2023

The 29th Annual Music Festival for Brain Health, which took place on Saturday, September 9 at the Staglin Family Vineyard, was an unforgettable fun-filled day complete with music, science, and wine! This year's music festival, presented by Bank of America, hosted over 400 guests, featured an amazing performance by country music superstar Martina McBride, and raised an incredible $3.3 million. The annual festival benefits One Mind and its mission to catalyze visionary change through science, business and media to transform the world’s mental health. “The research we have funded over the years is now rolling out solutions to transform lives. We’re accelerating a future where everyone facing mental health challenges has the chance to thrive!” — Brandon Staglin, President of One Mind. ABOUT ONE MIND One Mind is the leading brain health nonprofit committed to healing the lives of people impacted by brain illness and injury through global, collaborative action. One Mind catalyzes visionary change through science, business, and media to dismantle stigma and discrimination and transform the world’s mental health. One Mind accelerates collaborative research and advocacy to enable all individuals facing brain health challenges to build healthy, productive lives. FOLLOW ONE MIND Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/onemindorg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/OneMindOrg Twitter: https://twitter.com/OneMindOrg TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@onemindorg Website: https://onemind.org #OneMind #MusicFestival #BrainHealth #Science #Innovation #MentalHealth #Hope

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