Phoenix’s M3F Unveils Lineup For Annual Nonprofit Festival
Nonprofit festival M3F Fest has announced the lineup for its 2024 edition in Phoenix, Arizona.
Running from March 1-2, 2024 at its new site, Steele Indian School Park, M3F will once again donate 100% of festival proceeds to charity, adding to fundraising efforts that have seen the festival donate $2 million since 2022 and $5.2 million since its inaugural event in 2004.
For its upcoming 20th anniversary festival, M3F 2024 has cultivated a lineup that blends some of the best rising and established acts across indie, pop, R&B and electronic.
Leading the line on M3F’s eclectic roster are alternative singer-songwriter Dominic Fike, Anjunadeep favorite and This Never Happened boss, Lane 8, as well as top UK-based house artists Gorgon City, Duke Dumont and SG Lewis.
The 2024 M3F lineup continues with award-winning London songwriters like Arlo Parks and Bakar, fan-favorite indie rock band Hippo Campus and plenty more highly touted dance acts like DRAMA, Elderbrook, GORDO, Vandelux and WhoMadeWho, among others.
Originally birthed as a team-building exercise for Phoenix general contracting company Wespac Construction, M3F has emerged as a cornerstone of philanthropic efforts in the city over its 20-year history, notably expanding last year with the launch of the M3F Fund, making its financial resources publicly available to local nonprofits.
M3F’s beneficiaries have included organizations like Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Habitat for Humanity, Backline, Phoenix Rescue Mission, Boys Hope Girls Hope, United Way and many more. Applications for the 2024 M3F Fund are now open here.
M3F also prides itself on sustainability, with 80% of festival waste being recycled each year. M3F’s move to Steele Indian School Park stands to provide with the same M3F experience as years past “with an even larger footprint than before,” as well as brand new art activations, and a “variety of food and beverage offerings.”
Check out the complete 2024 M3F Fest lineup below.
Tickets for M3F Fest 2024 are now available here.
Featured image from M3F Fest. Credit: Neil Schwartz.