Sad Summer Fest is excited to once again be partnering with both local and national non-profits all summer long. Check back to this page to learn more about which organizations will be on site at your festival date!

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Featured partners

Reverb - Once again, Sad Summer Fest is committing to lessen the environmental impact of the tour through its partnership with REVERB. Uniting around the music we love, tackling the environmental and social issues we face, REVERB is a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to empowering millions of individuals to take action toward a better future for people and the planet.


Headcount - We are excited to be partnering with HeadCount for another year in 2024! HeadCount is a non-partisan organization that uses the power of music to register voters and promote participation in democracy. With this year being a presidential election, HeadCount will be on site at Sad Summer Fest helping fans ensure they are registered to vote. To learn more about HeadCount and their current campaigns, please visit their site for more info!


Calling All Crows - This year, we are excited to announce a brand new partnership with Calling All Crows! Calling All Crows is dedicated to creating a more feminist and just music industry. We harness the power of music to create long-term social change that amplifies the voices of women and marginalized communities. CAC aims to bridge the gap between music culture and activism by providing individuals and organizations with the tools necessary for sustained action; we believe that music is a force that can inspire and mobilize change. By building this on-ramp to activism, we encourage and support music fans, artists, and industry leaders to use their voices and influence to make a difference. 


Sound Mind - Sound Mind Live is a non-profit organization that brings together musicians, music lovers, and forward-thinking organizations to foster community, open dialogue, and action around mental health through the power of music. Sound Mind events and programs create safe spaces where music and open conversations about mental health coexist through collaboration between artists, audiences, and organizations that provide direct mental health support. Sound Mind Live's work includes live concert events, podcast and video programming, and the annual Sound Mind Music Festival for Mental Health in New York City each May. Their programming also provides on-site and digital mental health resources in partnership with artist tours and venues around the country.


Punk Rock Saves Lives - Punk Rock Saves Lives is a nonprofit organization that focuses on wellness and equality within communities across the country. They break down our mission into three main projects: swabbing for the national bone marrow registry, giving out and educating on harm reduction supplies, and mental health resources. Sad Summer Fest is so excited to have Punk Rock Saves Lives out on the tour this summer!


The Ally Coalition - SSF is excited to welcome back The Ally Coalition! TAC uses music to mobilize fans to fight LGBTQ discrimination, provide critical support for organizations dedicated to bettering the lives of LGBTQ youth, and raise awareness about the systemic inequalities facing the LGBTQ population.


Keep A Breast - Sad Summer is partnering with Keep A Breast this year to help further their mission! The Keep A Breast Foundation is is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to reduce breast
cancer risk and its impact globally through art, education, prevention and action. KAB will be on site at some of our shows this summer, and working with the tour's artists! Constantly pushing the boundaries of the pink ribbon status quo, Keep A Breast has always encouraged young people to build a loving relationship with their physical health, and be aware of changes.