Due to overwhelming demand, a second date has been added to for a photo exhibit of the late Chester Bennington.
The exhibit is called celebrating The Life Of Chester Bennington and was put together by Jim Louvau. He was a close friend of Bennington, and will is displaying never-before-seen photos of the artist.
It’s first night March 20th, has already sold out hence the second night being added. As a footnote, March 20th would have been Bennington’s 43rd birthday. The show has now been extended to the following night March 21st at 7 p.m.
Held at The Black Sheep Gallery in Burbank, CA, a portion of the proceeds of the event will go to the charity that was set up by Bennington’s widow directed at suicide prevention.
Louvau says of the event: “Over the course of our 17-year friendship I was lucky enough to document the evolution of the young musician who never took himself too seriously to the family man and philanthropist he developed into,” adding: “Now it’s time to honor the memory of someone who I owe a great deal of gratitude by sharing the art we created together with the world and continue to celebrate his legacy on his birthday.”
Chester Bennington died in July 2017.