The Rock Generation Music Festival idea was born from our passion to help people. Not only are we aiming to raise money for the Samaritans in the form of donating all net profits from ticket sales but we are also creating a festival that focuses around mental-physical wellbeing and addictions in the form of mentors and practitioners creating relaxing and advisory areas.
“AFTER ALL HEALTH IS WEALTH”
2017 has been a very difficult year for Rock Generation as we lost two of our favourite artists. The music of these two extraordinary people has helped us and millions of other fans going through hard times; they gave us strength to continue fighting our battles and overcome everything that life throws our way. Their music and all music means so much to us, it’s a constant source of hope and comfort. Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington gave solace to so many people who desperately needed it. For this reason and many more we have decided to bring back the music to HOP FARM and make a difference.
No single person is a stranger to depression and suicide, whether it be one’s self or someone close by, we know how hopeless a person can feel and we know that a helping hand, someone you can turn to means the world in a dark moment. This is where our chosen charity The Samaritans come in! They offer a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you. If you’re given the time and space to talk things through, you can find a way through your problems, Samaritans help you to explore your options so you can make decisions that are right for you.