About McDowell Mountain Music Festival (M3F)
McDowell Mountain Music Festival is a 100% nonprofit music festival that was established in 2004 and quickly became a musical destination for festivalgoers. This year, the Festival is celebrating its 14th year attracting visitors to the State with previous headliners such as Beck, Porter Robinson, Kid Cudi, The Avett Brothers, and more.
In a commitment to giving back, M3F has adopted a 3 C’s belief – community, culture, and charity. These 3C’s fuel the Festival’s underlying dedication to local Arizona. In spirit of this belief, all of the proceeds from the Festival benefit two local, family-based, non-profits: Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation and UMOM New Day Center.
McDowell Mountain Music Festival is a great opportunity to experience the spirit cultivated when people join together to enjoy themselves and help the community.
McDowell Mountain Music Festival exists to integrate and support the community, the arts and families throughout the state.
- To connect the community through a festival gathering including music, arts and food.
- To entertain the community, companies and their employees.
- To support the arts in an effort that they may grow and exist for future generations to enjoy.
- To provide financial support and education to family based charities in an effort to provide equitable advancement throughout the community.
Since 2004, M3F has donated over $1,000,000 to local charities.
M3F donates 100% of the proceeds to two local, family-based, nonprofits: Phoenix Children's Hospital Foundation and UMOM New Day Center.
M3F was established in 2004 and quickly became a festival experience destination for music fanatics.