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The 21st Annual Music Festival For Brain Health Review - Continuing Strong After 20 Years

By Meagan Sargent

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The Beautiful Setting at Last Years Annual Music Festival for Brain Health. Courtesy Photo

This September marks the anniversary for the 21st Annual Music Festival for Brain Health at Staglin Family Vineyard. This lavish event will take place on September 19th, 2015, in Napa Valley, California

Over the span of two decades the Staglin family has raised awareness as well as over $210 million in direct and leveraged funds, which makes this event the most successful and important mental health event in the country.

"Every year attendees don't think we can do better, but we do. It's an accumulative,  breakthrough learning experience, said Garen Staglin. This event is incredible energy and builds a community- we simply display that it's okay to have fun while doing good."

The Staglins Take The Stage! Courtesy Photo

As a result over the success the event has delivered scientific breakthroughs as well as establishing several national and international mental health organizations including: the International Mental Health Research Organization, One Mind, and Bring Change 2 Mind...all a direct result of the success of the Music Festival.

Guests will have the opportunity to partake in wine tasting while enjoying decadent cuisine from various chefs. Guests will also significantly benefit from an learning and education standpoint by taking part in the Scientific Symposium that will be held on September 19th. Additional events over the weekend include: The Rising Star Awards, cult wine tasting featuring the cuisine of acclaimed Chef Sean O’Toole of TORC Napa Valley, and the Staglin Family Concert featuring an incredible musical performance which will be announced shortly. 

Guests Enjoying the Staglin Wine at The Annual Music Festival for Brain Health. Courtesy Photo

Click HERE for additional information, to purchase tickets, and stay in the loop with updates regarding the 21st Annual Music Festival for Brain Health.

Published on Jun 22, 2015

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