Delaware Tech Music Festival and Mental Health Fair Draws 600 Attendees

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Georgetown – Rehoboth Beach rock group The Dug (with members, from left, Anthony Baray, Tyler Greene, Roger Hillis, and Jodi Lynn Cohee) were one of 13 performers at The Happiness Project for Music and Mental Health on March 4 at Delaware Technical Community College’s Owens Campus in Georgetown.

The music festival and mental health awareness event was free and open to the general public and attracted approximately 600 people. In addition to the musical performers, 14 local mental health organizations such as Brandywine Counseling, Crisis Intervention Services, Kent Sussex Community Services, and the Delaware Council on Gambling Problems participated in a resource fair, offering attendees information on the services they provide the community.

Additional performers included local punk bands Fussy Pink and It’s Not Rocket Science, New Jersey natives Nalani & Sarina, Pennsylvania duo Danielle & Jennifer, and Annapolis, Md. singer-songwriters Jocelyn Faro, Jason Masi, and Alicia Rae.