What happens in our brains, when we listen to music? The energetic liveband Dúné and a fan were invited to participate in a special experiment as part of this years Music Against Drugs-campaign. The goal was to examine how the brain gets affected by music. For the first time ever it was all done live.
Music Against Drugs is a drug prevention campaign initiated by the danish Department of Health, Danish Live and Roskilde Festival and is executed by VOLUME and ZUPA. The goal is to prevent young people experimenting with drugs at music venues and festivals. This years campaign emphasizes that music affects us. It moves us. We wanted to showcase that the influence of music is enough and we wanted to do it in a positive way.
The campaign is currently active both physically and digitally on venues and festivals all around Denmark.
Company Dansk Live, Sundhedsstyrelsen, Roskilde Festival