"Loud Krazy Love" Featuring Korn's Brian "Head" Welch and daughter Jennea (Movie / Speaking Engagement)
Date: March 7, 2020
General Admission: $10.00 (Plus Taxes and Fees)
Day Of Show - General Admission: $15.00 (Includes Fees & Taxes)
Doors open at 5:00 p.m.
Movie starts at 7:00 p.m.
Speaking Engagement: 8:20 p.m.
"LOUD KRAZY LOVE"
The award winning documentary, details the harrowing journey of Brian "Head" Welch of Korn and his daughter Jennea growing up together with chaotic courage and unconventional faith. Far beyond a rock doc, this transformative coming-of-age story grapples with teenage depression, the quest for identity, and the hope of a father willing to do anything for the one he loves.
After the movie, KoRn’s Brian Head Welch and his daughter Jennea will take the stage and speaking with a Q&A session.
Thunderous. Angry. Cathartic. The sound Brian Head Welch helped pioneer with KoRn in the early ‘90s provided identity to a generation of misfits and made him a global rock star. Famous, wealthy, and worshiped in the spotlight, an adolescent self-loathing relentlessly haunted him in the shadows—until the day a tiny miracle was born. By the time he walked out on a $23M record deal in 2005, desperate to kick a devastating crystal meth habit, all he wanted was to become a good father. The truly hard part had just begun.
Produced by I Am Second Media and Ditore Mayo Entertainment, Trey Hill, Brian "Head" Welch. LOUD KRAZY LOVE won "Best Feature Doc Audience Award" at the Dallas International Film Festival (beating out 35 other documentaries), was a Grand Jury nominee at the Nashville Film Festival and received critical acclaim from audiences following its premiere on Showtime Networks.
In addition to chronicling Brian and Jennea's journey, LOUD KRAZY LOVE also gives exclusive access of Brian on tour and at home, in-depth interviews with him, his family and his bandmates, and two decades worth of never-before-seen material from Brian and his multi-platinum-selling band KORN.
Film contains thematic material and may be inappropriate for children under 13
Directed by: Trey Hill and Scott Mayo
Written by: Scott Mayo
Screenplay by: Scott Mayo