Peace, Love, And Generosity Ruled At LOCKN’

“According to Moonalice legend, the most important values espoused by the hippies of San Francisco - peace, love, and generosity - inform everything we do ... and we hope those values will be as contagious today as they were fifty years ago,” Roger McNamee.

Photograph: Jay Blakesberg

Loved LOCKN' IRL or via the free live video stream, and want to share the love, and help Charlottesville heal? Make a donation to the Heal Charlottesville Fund by texting "LOCKN" to 444999. 

Created by the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation, the Heal Charlottesville Fund was started to support both immediate needs and longer-term reconciliation and healing efforts. The Fund will work with local mental health providers to provide access to trauma and mental health services for residents, and ensure that residents are aware of this opportunity. It will also support victims injured in the recent car attack who may need assistance with medical expenses.

All donations are tax-deductible, and administered by HeadCount is a non-profit civic engagement organization that ran the "Participation Row" social action village at LOCKN'. This year, 16 non-profit organizations were featured at LOCKN's Participation Row, including 10 based in Charlottesville or Nelson County.

Catch the spirit of LOCKN' with this Moonalice set with Jorma Kaukonen.