M3F Fest, North America’s most celebrated non-profit music festival, has once again proven that music can be a powerful force for good. The festival recently announced its highly anticipated lineup for 2024, scheduled to take place on March 1-2. What sets M3F Fest apart is its unwavering commitment to philanthropy, with 100% of festival proceeds donated to charity.
For M3F Fest 2024, they are not only bringing a stellar lineup but also a change of scenery. The festival will now take place at Steele Indian School Park, offering attendees a larger space than ever before.
M3F Fest has built a reputation for having a diverse lineup that spans genres, making it a must-attend event. The 2024 Fest promises to continue this tradition, featuring both global hitmakers and rising acts from various musical worlds.
Highlights from the lineup include the dreamy sounds of Dominic Fike, Gorgon City, Duke Dumont, and SG Lewis. Hippo Campus, Dayglow, and Toronto’s Valley will also grace the stage, showcasing a range of musical styles.
Electronic music enthusiasts will find a home at M3F Fest with additional sets from acts like Elderbrook, Coco & Breezy, GORDO, BUNT., Vandelux, it’s murph, WhoMadeWho, Young Franco, and many more.
Commitment to Philanthropy
To date, the festival has donated an impressive $5.2 million, with $2 million given since 2022. All festival proceeds are donated to charity, and the impact of these donations extends beyond the festival grounds.
In 2022, M3F Fest expanded its charity focus with the launch of the M3F Fund. This initiative invites non-profits to apply for funding, opening up opportunities for the public to contribute to their community through the festival.
The beginning round of donations saw Phoenix Children’s Hospital receiving $100,000 for its Music Therapy Program and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society granted $75,000 as part of its Light The Night fundraising efforts.
Continuing its philanthropic endeavors, M3F Fest recently donated $5,000 to St. Vincent de Paul for their September Bike Drive and assisted two families in finding homes through the Saving Amy project.
M3F Fest extends its commitment to making a positive impact by focusing on sustainability. Over 80% of waste generated at the festival is recycled annually.
With tickets now available for M3F Fest, music lovers and philanthropists alike can come together for an unforgettable weekend of music, community, and giving back.