A Ross County family is using the tragedy of their son's suicide to bring awareness to mental health issues, and celebrate his life and passion for music with a special two-day music festival. The Tristan Miller Music Fest 2018 takes place on September 15th and 16th at Zane Trace High School.
Jennifer Miller is the mother of the late Tristan Miller and says proceeds from the event will go to the Tristan Miller Music Scholarship Fund. Students eligible to apply for the scholarships must attend one of the Scioto Valley Conference high schools or Chillicothe, Waverly, Piketon, Eastern Pike and Western.
Nationally known Christian music artist Hollyn will be joined by Pray for Sleep, Missing November, Marty Ford and members of the Miller Family group known as 21 Roses.
Two-day passes are $20.00 with VIP Passes available for $50.00 at Eventbrite.com. Kids 12 and under get in for free.