Organizers of M3F Fest this week announced the lineup for the 2023 edition of the non-profit music festival. Set for March 3rd–4th at Margaret T. Hance Park in downtown Pheonix, AZ, the festival will feature headliners Maggie RogersJamie xxPolo & Pan, and more.

M3F Fest will bring together a broad range of artists, including German house producer Purple Disco Machine, Canadian indie-rockers Peach Pit, electronic singer Chelsea Cutler, both vintage Chicago R&B keyboardist Neal Francis and L.A. mod-pop duo Neil Frances, and many more.

The lineup for the charitable festival is rounded out by Quinn XCII, Toro y Moi, Ashe, COIN, Hayden James, Becky Hill, The Jungle Giants, EVAN GIIA, Joshy Soul, Del Water Gap, Chiiild, Emmit Fenn, Pachyman, Winston Surfshirt, Darius, Bon Entendeur, Jim-E Stack, The Lagoons, The Bash Dogs, St. Terrible, Veronica Everheart, Slug Bug, and Flora ElmColone.

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In addition to providing a well-rounded lineup, M3F’s mission is to connect non-profit organizations with the resources for them to impact society. Next year will showcase the launch of the new M3F Fund, allowing non-profit or 501(c)(3) organizations to apply for a share of the proceeds from the festival. Applicants will need to submit a detailed plan for how they will utilize the money as well as a project timeline. The M3F Fund prioritizes causes related to the festival’s areas of key focus: community, education, arts, and environment.

“Fans that attend M3F are able to buy into something much larger than just 2 days of great music,” Warner Bailey, Festival Manager of M3F, said “In 2022 alone, we were able to raise $1.2M and are going to continue to grow that number in the years to come. We launched the M3F Fund to exist as a year-round venture, leveraging the M3F platform and resources to create a tangible difference in our community. The M3F Fund exists as a 365-day ecosystem that allows us to continue our charitable efforts after the gates close. We work with each charity/non-profit throughout the year to provide updates on how the donation is being used and how fans can continue to support the causes that are important to them.”

This year when M3F raised $1.2 million for charity it doubled the amount from the previous 2020 festival. Organizers look to break that record once again while also giving attendees added transparency in how their dollar will be spent. Charities that are chosen will need to provide detailed plans for where the funds will go in addition to checking in throughout the year and creating a short video of the donations at work. Beneficiaries of the 2022 festival included the Music Therapy Program from Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Habitat for Humanity, Backline, Artist Advocacy Foundation, United Way, Arizona Helping Hands, Saving Amy, and more.

Tickets for the 2023 edition of M3F Fest are on sale now. To learn more about the M3F Fund and apply head here.