In the void of music festival, headspace Warrnambool has teamed up with Raglan Presents to fill the Saturday night with music.
Streaming into homes via Facebook, Mind Sets will host Gub, Cassettes for Kids, Sweat Dreams DJs and Raglan Presents DJs from iconic Warrnambool locations including Thunder Point and the Botanical Gardens.
The music and mental health collaboration came after headspace opened a tent at Raglan Present's January long weekend event featuring Client Liaison.
There will be mental health awareness messages throughout the event and headspace community awareness and engagement worker Kayla Mugavin said it is a chance for young people to enjoy themselves.
"Music is a great outlet for our mental health and wellbeing and is used to relax and boost your mood," she said.
"Our young people have expressed that they are experiencing higher stress levels due to not having their usual outlets during COVID and music festivals and events are considered to be some of these.
"We are hoping that young people and their family and friend can enjoy a night of COVID -Safe music from the comfort of their own home."
Raglan Presents is comprised of Josh Brown, James Kol and Will Ryan and this will be the trio's third lockdown live stream festival.
"They're not the same as a normal event but being isolated is different for everyone and we wanted to offer an event that will bring something to the weekend," Brown said.
"Our demographic for our festivals has been most affected by the lockdown and it's been great to partner with headspace and have mental health messaging throughout the event."
Headlining Saturday's event is Cassettes for Kids who has played a string of Victorian summer festivals including Beyond the Valley and Pitch.
Warrnambool talent Gub will kick off the night playing tracks from his recently released EP Changes.
Sweat Dreams DJS and Raglan Presents themselves round out the night and promise to bring a bunch of good vibes through the screen.
The the budding festival business, the coronavirus pandemic certainly threw them a curveball, but Brown is keeping positive.
"We're definitely trying to use these virtual events as outlets to keep building our brand," he said.
"Client Liaison was a great event and it all came to a crashing halt with COVID.
"We're hoping to still put on some summer events if restrictions turnaround, we just have to wait and see."
To watch Mind Sets head to facebook.com/events/2695967667329975
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