Linkin Park's Chester Bennington died at 41 on July 20, 2017.

A photo exhibit showing photos of the late Chester Bennington has added a second date due to popular demand.

Celebrating The Life Of Chester Bennington: A Photo Exhibit by Jim Louvau sold out of tickets for the night of March 20, which would have been the Linkin Park vocalist’s 43rd birthday.

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Now, another date has been added on March 21 at 7 p.m. so more people can enjoy the show.

The photo exhibit takes place in Burbank, CA at The Black Sheep Gallery. You can grab tickets for that here. A portion of the proceeds will go to a charity set up by Bennington’s widow that advocates for suicide prevention.

Louvau was a close friend of Bennington, and he is displaying never-before-seen photos of the artist.  

“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,” Louvau said in a statement. “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 unexpectedly died July 2017 after taking his own life. Following the singer’s death, Talinda Bennington started the 320 campaign in honor of the late musician.

If you or someone you know is struggling with mental illness, there is help to be found.  Please consider these online resources and talk to your regular doctor about your symptoms:

MentalHealth.gov – Get Immediate Help

ImAlive – Online Crisis Network

International Association For Suicide Prevention – Resources

The Anxiety And Depression Association Of America

The National Alliance On Mental Illness

American Psychiatric Association – Finding Help

National Institute Of Mental Health

American Psychological Association – Psychologist locator

 

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