Over the weekend, Kevin Lyman officially said goodbye to his baby Warper Tour; however, before the dust settled at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California, the touring festival founder already began teasing a new endeavor. On Monday (July 22), Lyman took to Twitter to tease a project he's working on with Chester Bennington's widow Talinda to honor the late Linkin Park singer and promote mental health awareness and resources.
"After a needed vacation we will be announcing the 320 Project a collaboration with Talinda Bennington in honor of her late husband Chester, to promote mental health awareness and resources," he wrote. "Player Omega information will also be coming out in a short time."
After her husband tragically took his own life two years ago, Talinda started the 320 Changes Direction mental health awareness organization. In May she shared plans to launch a festival in connection to it alongside Lyman.
"It's really exciting," she said at the time. "We are in the process of creating something really amazing."
Read Lyman's announcement below.
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