Music Festival for Brain Health

One Mind’s annual event brings acclaimed musicians, leading scientists, and passionate brain health supporters together.
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About

Inspired by their experience with their son Brandon’s schizophrenia diagnosis and recovery, Shari and Garen Staglin hosted a small concert fundraiser at their Napa Valley winery in 1995. 27 years later, the Music Festival for Brain Health has inspired millions of dollars in donations and sparked critical conversations about the state of global mental health. The annual event is now recognized as one of the premier brain health charity events of the year, showcasing the best talent in music, neuropsychiatry, food and wine.

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September 10, 2022

28th Annual Music Festival for Brain Health

We are happy to announce that the 28th Annual Music Festival for Brain Health will be both an in-person event at Staglin Family Vineyard, as well as a virtual event influenced by the format we established in 2020. Registration is now available!

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One Mind offers numerous opportunities to support the Annual Music Festival. Learn more about how you can support next year’s event.

Past Events

OneRepublic Live at One Mind

27th Music Festival for Brain Health

One Mind’s 27th Annual Music Festival featured a live performance by ONEREPUBLIC, as well as the streamed concert of Joey Calderazzo with Branford Marsalis. Those who were onsite at Staglin Family Vineyard were treated to an amazing day that included the in-person Scientific Symposium, the Wine Tasting Reception, the Concert, and the VIP Dinner.

The Scientific Symposium was moderated by Dr. Eric Nestler and featured opening remarks by Dr. Francis Collins, then Director of the National Institutes of Health, featured presentations by Dr. Deanna Barch and Dr. Indre Viskontas, as well as research presentations by our five 2021 One Mind Rising Star Award winners.

26th Music Festival for Brain Health

One Mind’s 26th Annual Music Festival featured a streamed jazz performance by 10-time Grammy Award Winner, Arturo Sandoval and an ensemble band. A limited number of donors enjoyed the virtual performance from a participating Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, Mastro’s Steakhouse, or Morton’s The Steakhouse location. Other donors enjoyed the performance from the comfort of home, along with a bottle of wine from one of our participating vintners.

The Scientific Symposium was moderated by Dr. Eric Nestler and featured talks from Dr. Victor Dzau and Dr. Michelle Craske. One Mind’s 2020 Rising Star Award winners, Dr. Gregory Fonzo and Dr. Kevin Beier, also shared their research that will be funded.

25th Music Festival for Brain Health

Achieving a quarter of a century of brain health support, the 25th Music Festival for Brain Health was a celebration of learning, revelry and camaraderie that rekindled hope for over 500 guests. Generous donors, volunteers, scientists, vintners, and chefs made this festival an unforgettable event. Featuring celebrated actress and mental health advocate Glenn Close and a live performance from Sheryl Crow.

24th Music Festival for Brain Health

The sold out 24th Music Festival for Brain Health was a memorable gathering of the best and brightest in brain health research and advocacy, featuring a standout performance from two-time Grammy Award-winning singer and actress, Jennifer Hudson. California’s mental health czar, Tom Insel keynoted the Scientific Symposium. The annual wine tasting showcased over 80 top-tier wineries in addition to Staglin Family Vineyard.

Lyle Lovett performing

23rd Music Festival for Brain Health

The 23rd Music Festival for Brain Health was a buzzworthy success, attracting leaders and supporters in the mental health field to Napa Valley’s Staglin Family Vineyard. The event featured a memorable performance from celebrated singer-songwriter, Lyle Lovett. Rising Star Winners gave glimpses of their promising brain health research at the Scientific Symposium. Evening guests enjoyed closing out the day with the intimate VIP Wine Dinner.

The Music Festival helps fund One Mind’s critical brain health initiatives.

One Mind supports programs that accelerate brain health research, generate innovations to enhance recovery, and transform culture by ending discrimination and fostering neurodiversity. Leading a healthy, productive life is possible when patients and caregivers alike can engage effective treatment and support.
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