Recovery Unplugged Treatment Center Win A Chance to Meet Zeds Dead While Supporting Face the Music Foundation

Win A Chance to Meet Zeds Dead While Supporting Face the Music Foundation

Heading to Bonnaroo this year? Well even if you weren’t before, you may be now. Face the Music Foundation and Recovery Unplugged have partnered with Canadian electronic music duo Zeds Dead to offer two lucky fans a meet-and-greet prior to their performance at the famed Tennessee music festival. This is a unique opportunity for Zeds Dead fans, or fans of electronic music in general, to meet and talk to one of the most talented and promising acts in the genre. Winners will have the opportunity to take a photo with the group and have them sign a small item of their choice. Zeds Dead will be performing after midnight on June 10th.

In addition to the unique opportunity of meeting one of electronic music’s best and brightest beat-makers, winners will have the honor of supporting Face the Music Foundation. Proceeds from the auction will go directly to FTMF and will help those who generally lack the means access quality treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. To be part of this amazing opportunity, place your bid now. As always, Face the Music Foundation greatly appreciates your contributions and commitment to helping those struggling with addiction get the treatment they need.

About Zeds Dead

Zeds Dead are a Canadian electronic music duo from Toronto, Ontario composed of Dylan Mamid, or DC, and Zack Rapp-Rovan, or Hooks. DC and Hooks have been producing music together since 2004, launching Zeds Dead in 2009.

About Face the Music Foundation

Face The Music Foundation was founded in 2014 to provide resources to those battling substance abuse that lack the means to seek treatment. We are an alliance (inpatient detoxes, residential treatment centers, outpatient treatment centers, individualized therapists and sober living residences) committed to helping those suffering from substance use disorders find hope through the generosity of donations and scholarships. All people deserve the opportunity to receive treatment and recover from the disease of addiction.

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