Self Help Festival Tickets
Self Help Festival tickets
First kicked off in 2014, the Self Help Festival tour showcases musicians and bands who offer their fans a positive message. Expanding to numerous cities across the United States, past performances have included Streetlight Manifesto, Silverstein and Pierce the Veil.
Focusing on some of the best artists across various genres, the festival's producers cater to a specific loyal fan base. Offering a fun and comfortable atmosphere, the goal of this festival is make people feel good -- all while developing an exciting subculture.
Self Help Festival's background
When the Self Help Festival first began in March 2014, A Day to Remember headlined the one-day event in San Bernardino, California. In addition, the first-ever, highly impressive lineup included performances from Bring Me the Horizon, Of Mice and Men, Memphis May Fire and more.
After a successful event, A Day to Remember announced that they would be producing a second festival -- this time, moving to Philadelphia. Just six months after the first festival took place, acts such as The Wonder Years, Chiodos and Motionless in White already confirmed their spot for the second edition.
By 2016, A Day to Remember had big plans for their third annual festival. After Underoath announced that they would be reuniting, it was exciting to book them as part of the Self Help Festival tour. Once again, this festival took place in San Bernardino, with appearances by August Burns Red and Crown the Empire.
In 2017, the event evolved into a multi-city tour. Held in Philadelphia once again, the Self Help Festival also expanded to Orlando and Detroit. With different set-lists across each city, each stop is a fresh experience.
Adding to the list of musicians, 2017 saw new performances from Less Than Jake, Moose Blood, Rise Against and more. Each year, this festival becomes bigger, all while sticking to its roots. Celebrating the audience's love for music, this community continues to grow with each set-list.
Self Help Festival message
Although still in its infancy stages, the Self Help Festival has already become a landmark event. Because it's a celebration of music, its message goes far beyond guitar riffs and drum solos. When Day to Remember first began this event, they wanted to create a sense of community -- a safe haven.
With artists offering unique sounds across various genres, all of the bands have a similar message. It's that relatable message that their fan base connects with, creating an environment that supports positivity and a sense of belonging. With appearances by rock, punk, ska, and even rap artists, it's the perfect mix.
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