OUR MISSION

OUR MISSION

Candy Cult is an inclusive, women-led collection of nfts that supports the advancement of women and other underrepresented groups in the music industry… all while shining a light on festival fashion and culture.

Candy Cult co-founders Brooke and Nick met through the music festival scene, and together have been to dozens of festivals across the USA.

 

Nick began DJing in 2015 and eventually graduated from Icon Collective in LA. After interning for Steve Aoki’s record label, Brooke went on to write for EDM.com. Now, it's their pleasure to give back to the industry that’s given them so much.

Candy Cult co-founders Brooke and Nick met through the music festival scene, and together have been to dozens of festivals across the USA.

 

Nick began DJing in 2015 and eventually graduated from Icon Collective in LA. After interning for Steve Aoki’s record label, Brooke went on to write for EDM.com. Now, it's their pleasure to give back to the industry that’s given them so much.

 

Our team has a deep love for music festivals - they're spaces where everyone is welcomed and embraced. Candy Cult draws much of its inspiration from festival fashion.

 

While we're a women-led collection, we wanted to include all genders. That's why you'll see men, women, and non-binary characters within our artwork

Our team has a deep love for music festivals - they're spaces where everyone is welcomed and embraced. Candy Cult draws much of its inspiration from festival fashion.

 

While we're a women-led collection, we wanted to include all genders. That's why you'll see men, women, and non-binary characters within our artwork

 

 

After our public sale, we will be donating to and partnering with charities focused on women and minorities, supporting other inclusive projects, launching Candy Cult BRanded merch collaborations, hosting in-person events, and more.

MUSIC INDUSTRY STATS

the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative released a study on the music industry. The first-of-its-kind report found staggering statistics for women and minority groups in the industry, here are some survey results:

Source: USC’s Annenberg School of Journalism. For more information on the study click HERE.