In light of National Suicide Prevention and Self-Care Awareness Month, Live Nation Urban is spending September bringing people #WellnessEdition, to promote and showcase resources strengthening wellness and well-being. Through various content and live talks with mental health and wellness advocates, Live Nation Urban hopes to bridge the work of Black executives with the importance of staying grounded.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine orders, Live Nation Urban has been at the forefront of creating live-at-home digital experiences within the music industry. Meet the Founders, a live interview series, has spotlighted Black founders, executives, and staff from various brands on building out their experiences and careers within the music industry.
As a part of their Wellness Month programming, Live Nation Urban hopes to create wholesome spaces for self-care, healing and people’s well-being during these unprecedented times. Produced content will include self-care, music, playlists (available on all platforms), healthy meal ideas, and general wellness tips. Additionally, Meet the Founders will feature a variety of mental health and self-care professionals. Featured guests include, Tasnim Sulaiman (Founder of Black Men Heal), Tiffany Hardin(Founder of Gild Creative Group and Director of Strategic Partnerships & Business Development of Black Girl In Om), Darian Hall (Co-Founder of HealHaus), and Eboni Harris (Co-Founder of Melanin & Mental Health).
About Live Nation Urban
Live Nation Urban (LNU) is a partnership with Live Nation Entertainment, the world’s leading live entertainment company. Specifically focusing on Hip-Hop, R&B and Gospel, LNU builds platforms, events, and festivals globally and develops dynamic content strategies based upon the live properties created. Live Nation Urban considers itself the most powerful source for live urban music. For additional information, click HERE.