Three20 Recovery Community

Music is beneficial for people in recovery because it has been shown to reduce negative emotional states and increase productivity.

Led by professional recording engineers and musicians, Three20 Music hosts a variety of music lessons, recording workshops, live music and open mic events. The live performance stage is matched with isolated sound booths, each with gear, instruments, and recording capabilities.

Further Your Recovery

Instructor Led Courses

Live Sound & Recording

Classes that focus on the foundations of audio, stage & lighting equipment, and recording fundamentals. Members learn the skills to be self sufficient while performing and creating their own music.

Music Lessons

Start a new hobby or add to your existing skillset. A mix of classroom style and hands-on learning that covers topics such as anatomy, chords, patterns, and techniques through a variation of instruments and skill levels.

Open Mic

Live events that allow you to take the stage and share your message and talents. Members also participate in managing and operating the stage, lighting, and recording equipment for a fully immersive open mic experience.

Endless Creativity

Open Studio

Open Studio hours allow members time to utilize the music spaces to work independently on their projects or skills. Check out one of our guitars and practice a new song or hone your music skills from a Live Sound or Recording Workshop.

Jam with Others

Community Events

Regardless of membership, Three20 offers live music events open to the public. Open mic sessions feature local artists and 320 members. Sign up to play or grab some food from the cafe and enjoy the show.

Instructor led classes and open studio hours are for Three20 Recovery Community members.

Limited class spots are available. Members can reserve their spot via the events calendar.

April 15, 2019

Music Review: The Salt Exchange Album1

In the back lot of Frontline Foundations, a substance abuse counseling facility in Chesterton, Indiana, is an unassuming looking garage with a sign on the door reading, “Welcome to the Conduit”.
April 15, 2019

Summer SOULstice Fest Recap

What a wonderful event… Imagine a place where all walks of life of people came together with a bright sense of human helpfulness and kindness; a place where the elderly mingled with the young and each ones’ music mingled with the other.

Interested in our Music Program?

Make some sound with our community.