Linkin Park late singer Chester Bennington’s widow, Talinda Bennington has announced the promotion of the ‘320 Changes Direction.’ The festival will be on May 9 at L.A. Live in Los Angeles.

The purpose of the event is to help raise awareness of the importance of mental health and provide participants with the necessary resources for emotional well-being and the well-being of their loved ones.

The festival will be held at Xbox Plaza. The event will also include musicians, comedians, and advocates. Participants will be given a passport and stamp. Those, who fill in their ‘passports,’ will enter the concert for a chance to win free tickets.

According to the event website, 100 percent of net revenue will be donated to non-profit partners.

Here’s the statement on the website of the event:

“Together we have the power to help those suffering in silence. We are the ones to recognize that our mental health is as important as physical health. We must take action, we are the change.”

Chester Bennington died of suicide in 2017, and Talinda announced plans for the 320 Changes Direction organization at the Linkin Park memorial concert in the Hollywood Bowl. Since Chester’s death, Talinda has been an advocate of mental health awareness.

Click here for the source of the statement.