KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL Announces Inaugural Event on February 23, 2019

When the inaugural KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL (KMF) debuts onFebruary 23 in Desert Hot Springs, CA on the future site ofTyson Ranch Resort, it will have the distinction of being the first-ever all-ages music festival that embraces California’s updated cannabis regulations and offering alcoholic consumption to those 21+. However, in accordance with the 2019 laws, there will be no sales of cannabis products at the festival.

The festival site is home to the forthcoming Tyson Ranch Resort, the 420-acre entertainment complex, luxury glamping resort and cannabis research & design facility which is currently in development. Created and owned by Mike TysonTyson Ranch Resort is the main sponsor for KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL.

A limited amount of Early Bird GA Tickets for KIND MUSIC FESTIVAL go on sale Thursday, December 27 at 9:00 AM (PT)at Early Bird GA tickets are $55.00 and will include full access to the concert in addition to a Hang Out Area and Fun Zone. Food and beverage options, including full bars, will be located throughout the festival grounds.

The official on sale of GA and VIP tickets is Thursday, January 3 at9:00 AM (PT) following the announcement of the festival line-upon Wednesday, January 2. VIP tickets are priced at $185.00. All 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 FESTIVALwill 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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