On October 10, at 8 PM EST, join us on Qello Concerts for a free virtual concert supporting World Mental Health Day. We’re thrilled to partner once again with the Hi, How Are You Project and the American Campus Communities to help raise awareness about mental well-being.
The free virtual show will feature a mix of Daniel Johnston covers and original songs from a renowned variety of artists, including Jeff Tweedy, Lucius, Tunde Adebimpe, Bully, Kate Davis, and Molly Burch. The event joins the continued efforts to promote well-being and reduce the stigma around mental health, especially among college students who are proven to be one of the most impacted groups by the stress of this year.
The program will be live-streamed for free on the Qello Concerts mobile app, web app, and all major streaming devices.
About the Hi, How Are You Project
The Hi, How Are You Project was created to generate new conversations around mental health and well-being. The project was inspired by the life, music, and legacy of late singer-songwriter Daniel Johnston, an artist who struggled with but ultimately overcame mental health issues.
Back in January, Qello Concerts live-streamed the annual Hi, How Are You Project show from Austin, Texas. Cage the Elephant, White Denim, Dan Luke and the Raid, Tunde Adebimpe, Jason Falkner, and Katie Schecter took over the Austin City Limits Moody Theatre’s stage to celebrate Daniel Johnston’s legacy but also to open discussions about mental wellness.
The Hi, How Are You Project is accepting donations to help further their mission of inspiring new conversations about well-being and creating thoughtful media content and events.