Pierce The Veil Make Dream Come True With Virtual #DREAMDAY Experience


Living The Dream Foundation, known for making dreams come true for terminally ill music fans at all of your favorite festivals and virtually during the COVID pandemic, has shared its Pierce The Veil #DREAMDAY. PTV frontman Vic Fuentes also serves as LTDF’s CEO.

Last fall, Clayton received unimaginable news when doctors diagnosed him with glioblastoma, an aggressive and terminal form of brain cancer. After reading his story and finding out he is a huge fan of Pierce the Veil, Living The Dream Foundation couldn’t wait to make his virtual #DREAMDAY come true. Vic Fuentes played some of his favorite PTV songs, arranged for Tony Perry (guitar player) to hop on the Zoom for a surprise, and invited Clayton to be their special guest next time the band plays in his city. Despite this devastating diagnosis, Clayton and his wife Lacy have not let this stop them from living life to the fullest. From date nights to a recent trip to see friends and family for the first time since COVID to their radiating positive attitude, they truly encompass what it means to be Living The Dream every day regardless of life’s challenges.

Watch it here and by clicking the image below.

In other LTDF news, Space Zebra co-founder Bobby Schubenski (also of Blackcraft Cult) will celebrate his birthday with an all-day event streamed live on the DWPresents Twitch feed from The Musician’s Institute. All proceeds from the stream will benefit Living The Dream Foundation.

The event runs from 10am to 7pm PT and is powered by DWP, which is crucial to the impactful work that LTDF does in connecting artists with their fans, and will be co-hosted by Living The Dream Foundation CEO and Pierce the Veil frontman Vic Fuentes.

Fans can expect special guest appearances by musicians, artists, sports figures, and various other celebrities, as well as some live performances, and even a battle of the bands. Confirmed participants thus far include: M. Shadows (Avenged Sevenfold), Brandon Saller (Atreyu), DED, Pierce the Veil, Ray Luzier (Korn), Kellin Quinn + Nick Martin (Sleeping With Sirens), Tyler Connolly (Theory Of A Deadman), Jacoby Shaddix (Papa Roach), DJ Paul (three 6 Mafia), Mark Holcomb (Periphery), Maria Brink (In This Moment), Adam Elmakias (photographer), Jeremy Saffer (photographer), Bayle (WWE), Malaki Black (AEW), Ryan Ashley (Ink Master Tattoos), Dennis Rodman, Mike Williams (Los Angeles Charges), Chanel West Coast (MTV’s Ridiculousness), Jose Mangin (Sirius XM), Emo Night, and more to be announced.

In addition, Living The Dream Foundation is thrilled to announce that they will resume doing in-person Dream Days at ALL Danny Wimmer Presents festivals such as Inkarceration, Louder Than LifeAftershock, and Welcome to Rockville this fall. To recommend a Dream Day, please visit Living The Dream Foundation.

Living The Dream Foundation, which was founded in June 2007, is known for providing rich and rewarding #DREAMDAY experiences for children and young adults who are courageously battling life-threatening illnesses. A #DREAMDAY can include meet & greets with their heroes, VIP access to concerts and special events, hanging out behind the scenes, hospital visits, surprise gifts, and most importantly, lasting memories that the guests and their families will treasure forever. The organization works hand-in-hand with the music, sports, entertainment, and social media industries to create unique and impactful experiences for their guests. The overall goal is to help them understand and embrace the powerful message of truly “living the dream” each day, regardless of their affliction. The organization pivoted its mission during the COVID-19 pandemic, enacting virtual #DREAMDAYS for fans. Past Dream Days have featured Corey Taylor, Third Eye Blind, and more.