Demi Lovato is hoping to uplift fans by holding self-improvement events at stops throughout her upcoming tour.
The Stone Cold singer and Nick Jonas kick off the 2016 Honda Civic Tour featuring Demi Lovato & Nick Jonas: Future Now in Atlanta, Georgia on Wednesday (29Jun16), and the pop star has announced another event fans can look forward to - CAST on Tour.
For the project, the pop star has teamed up with her recovery manager Mike Bayer, the CEO and founder of CAST Centers, a health and wellness organization based in West Hollywood, California.
The CAST on Tour events will be held in the 44 cities Demi and Nick will be hitting this summer (16), and are free to select Future Now ticket holders.
The exclusive gatherings are designed to help attendees find "inspiration to become their best selves", and will feature speakers discussing topics such as wellness, body positivity, intimate relationships, spiritual awakening, and more.
Demi has been working with Mike for years, and they co-chair her Lovato Scholarship program through CAST Recovery. The scholarship, which she launched in 2013 in honor of her late father, provides financial assistance for transitional living and clinical services for mental health and/or addiction issues.
Demi has been open with her own struggles with mental illness, self-harm, an eating disorder and drug addiction in the past, and celebrated her fourth year of sobriety earlier this year (16).