Ghost Key Partners With Hope For The Day

Peoria melodic hardcore band Ghost Key will be playing the second show of the “Things We Don't Say” concert series hosted by suicide prevention organization Hope For The Day. Founded in 2011, Hope For The Day is a very active organization providing mental health education, outreach, and resources. The organization generally promotes through platforms of self-expression mostly related to music, but also in arts and design. There are many ways to get involved in Hope For The Day, so check out their website to donate, sign-up for their bi-weekly newsletter, and learn about other opportunities:

The second show of the Things We Don't Say concert series is this Sunday, December 3rd at 923 Curtiss Street in Downers Grove, a west/south-west suburb of Chicago near Naperville. Doors are at 6:00 and the show starts at 6:30. Champaign death metal band Caecus is kicking off the night followed by two Chicagoland bands The Levitated and Speaking With Ghosts with Ghost Key headlining. Entry is only $5 - be sure to come out and support a cause that has affected many of us and will continue to affect many others. As Hope For The Day reminds us, it's okay not to be okay.

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Matt Rundle