The movement to end child trafficking through music is coming to Oakland 09.17.16

WHERE: 19th Street & Franklin Street in Oakland, CA

WHEN: 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM


General Admission

Early bird: $20 (before 8/21)

$25 (after 8/20)


Stellium Shirt // Stellium Library of Exclusive Tracks // Live Recording of the Harm(onic) Reduction Concert

Stellium Pass

Stellium Shirt // Exclusive Signed Artist Merch // Stellium Library of Exclusive Tracks // Live Recording of the Harm(onic) Reduction Concert


  • One ticket will be issued. Customer must show ticket in order to gain entry to the event.
  • A portion of your ticket price will benefit the Visayan Forum and PROTECT.
  • In order to facilitate the security, safety and comfort of all guests we may refuse entry to ticket holders who attempt to enter the event site with prohibited items.
  • Guard your tickets carefully - just like cash! There will be absolutely no reissues for lost or stolen tickets!
  • All sales are final.
  • Harm(onic) Reduction will take place rain or shine.
  • The Harm(onic) Reduction Experience is the immersive art portion of the event. You may encounter tight spaces so enter these areas at your discretion.

Harm(onic) Reduction is a movement that will be launched with an immersive event that shares the stories of amazing individuals that have overcome unthinkable situations at the hands of human traffickers. It is a spectacle of human triumph that guides you through the heartbreak and the hope, the defeat and the perseverance…the devastation and the fight to pursue a better life. You will walk in the shoes of trafficked youth through interactive visuals, sounds, and atmospheres that will provide an enlightened, and yes, perhaps disturbing understanding of human trafficking. 

Stellium endeavors to create a positive culture of change by delivering compelling experiences that do far more than entertain. They create a connection and a platform to engage and become a part of something meaningful and genuinely rewarding for the individual and society. Harm(onic) Reduction sets out to accomplishes just that.