UPDATE: Our Stomp The Stigma Family Concert & Fun Day is being rescheduled to a date in the summer due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We will update when we have a new date confirmed.
Since 1940 Mental Health Greensboro has been advancing mental wellness in our community. 80 years! We hope to continue assisting individuals in recovery and bringing mental health awareness to people in Guilford County for another 80 years!
Help us in our mission by joining us at Revolution Mill on May 16th for Stomp The Stigma: Concert & Family Fun Event. There will be live music for you to enjoy, raffle prizes, as well as food and games for the whole family. Be sure to bring the kids, they get in free! They’ll love getting their face painted, jumping around the bounce house, playing all the games, and dancing to the music.
Check out the music line-up for our afternoon of family fun!
Rich Lerner & The Groove
Rich Lerner & The Groove will be headlining our afternoon of family fun. Their guitar driven, drum pounding old school rock and roll jam band will have you breaking out all your funky dance moves. This band will be playing so many songs you know and love, you’ll be smiling until you think you can’t smile anymore!
House of Dues
House of Dues is a powerhouse blues and funk band that has won regional blues competitions and competed in international blues festivals. They’ll be kicking it live with numbers that are sure to get your feet shaking and stomping out stigma all over this town!
Opening up our afternoon of music will be the local young rising talent, Chandler Harris! Chandler is a talented local musician who sings and plays both piano and guitar. She’ll be sharing her rendition of some popular tunes to get our Stomp the Stigma event going!
Enjoy the Stomp the Stigma concert in the dance zone, or enjoy yourself in the fun and game zone. The first 500 people to attend our event will receive a complementary Stomp The Stigma hat! Admission goes to support Mental Health Greensboro and is $25 in advance and $30 day of the event.
Rain or shine, come dressed in your best dancing shoes to Stomp the Stigma associated with mental illness!