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People always say being young is easy. Do you know who doesn't say that? Any young person, ever.

The Be Enough Concert has been designed to address the emotional and mental health of youth. Impacted by the Internet and inundated with peer pressures fueled by social media, many children between the age of 10 and 17 suffer from anxiety, low self-esteem, peer pressure driven toxic behavior and a constant flow of destructive messages posted on the Internet. Many are pushed to act and behave in ways that are counter to a proper upbringing, sense of right and wrong or spiritual belief.


The Be Enough Concert is a multi-media presentation offering a message to counter this toxicity.




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Photo by Kylie Williams

Our show is primarily hosted at Woodcrest Chapel in Columbia, Missouri due to their generous provision of state-of-the-art equipment at no additional cost!

However, we understand that some schools may prefer to have the show hosted on their own campus. Please note that hosting the show at a school requires additional equipment and resources, resulting in a significantly higher cost. We also offer the option of hosting it at a local venue closer to your school. Please feel free to contact us for more information about this option and any associated costs. We are committed to making our show accessible to as many schools as possible and will work with you to find the best solution for your specific needs. If you are interested in booking the show for your school, please contact us for further details and pricing inquiries. We are dedicated to working with you to ensure the best possible experience for your students! 

We recommend The Be Enough Concert to help support any of your school's pre-existing events surrounding SEL, mental health related events, or school assemblies.

We would also recommend a multiple school option where neighboring schools can team up and bring their students to the show. This option not only allows schools to share the costs, but it also creates a community experience for students from different schools to come together and learn from one another. We highly encourage schools to consider this option as it provides a more cost-effective solution and enhances the overall impact of the show. Please contact us for more information on how to book the show and explore the multiple school option.

We take pride in customizing our show to fit any grade level, from elementary to high school, ensuring that each student is able to connect with the message in a meaningful way, making the show both engaging and impactful. Our show addresses any of your school's SEL needs from bullying, suicide, dating and
 relationships and self esteem. 

Contact us today to learn more!


"I am so inspired by the concept of this concert, using music and powerful messages to remind students that they are enough and not alone. Every school needs this."

- Beth Houf, National Principal of The Year,
Author of "Lead Like a Pirate"


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Blake Fontinel is a singer-songwriter who uses his music to connect with people on a deep, emotional level. Growing up, Blake struggled with traditional education, feeling like he didn't fit in and wasn't good enough, so his family chose to home school him. These experiences inspired him to write songs about his struggles and to advocate for a more compassionate approach to education.

Now, as a musician, Blake strives to create music that speaks to people's hearts and reminds them that they are never alone. He believes that everyone has a unique story to tell and that by sharing our struggles and triumphs, we can connect with each other in meaningful ways.

Blake's music has been praised for its authenticity and vulnerability, as well as its catchy melodies and relatable lyrics.

In addition to his music career, Blake is also an advocate for mental health and education reform. He believes that by prioritizing mental wellness and fostering a more compassionate approach to learning, we can help all students thrive and reach their full potential.

Photo By: Kylie Williams


Dr. Jill Dunlap Brown

"Music is how students connect. Blake's music connects with students. This is a really unique way to connect with kids that I don't see being done anywhere else."

Beth Houf

"This concert is a game-changer in inspiring young minds to believe in themselves and make better decisions."

Dr. Susan Deakins

"Blake is at a point where maybe some educators get past, and it can be harder to connect with students. Blake and his concert fill that gap. He gets students."


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