Denver, Colo - Local nonprofit organization, S.AF.E. (Sober AF Entertainment) will host their first-ever FREE virtual music festival.
Founded on the notion of creating “safe spaces in fun places,” S.AF.E. has transitioned from their traditional sober safe zones at concerts and sporting events to continue to provide the recovery community with support and fun with an incredible virtual music festival. With the overwhelming uncertainty growing, Duke Rumley (founder of S.AF.E) has made it his mission to create a social connection while we continue to physically distance.
Over four days, the music festival will feature 2 virtual stages. One being for the over 50 artists of a variety of genres—including EDM, Rock, and Rap—and the other for sober and mental health wellness support. There will 15 nonprofits that will have a video or live stream during our festival, including a video from SAMHSA and participation from the Director of Opioid Response at the Colorado Department of Law.
“We are overwhelmed with the support and excitement for the first virtual music festival with sober support. Thank you to SAMSHA and the participation from the Director of Opioid Response at the Colorado Department of Law,” said founder Duke Rumley.
S.AF.E will kick off their first music festival on May 6th at 3:00pm EST. For more information about the artist lineup and itinerary, visit https://www.safemusicfestival.com/how-it-works.
S.AF.E. was founded in 2017 by Duke Rumley, after his daughter had an experience with the pressure of drug and alcohol use at concert. Duke knew there was a desperate need to create sober safe zones at music festivals, concerts, and major sporting events across the nation, for individuals not just in recovery but for others looking to have fun without being surrounded by drinking and drugs. S.AF.E. has hosted sober sections and sober tailgates at events for over 4,000 people. S.AF.E has partnered with the NBA, NHL, MLB, multiple universities and music venues.