For the Love Music Festival
For the Love is a true example of what happens when you manifest the hell out of your visions and dreams. C&I Studios and ExposedPR came together for a project that encompassed the love they cultivate for their community in a way that allowed everyone interested the ability to participate.
For the Love was built brick-by-brick and with the help of great and innovative sponsors. Over 30 bands played the festival and the provided Ft Lauderdale with the means to celebrate life, music, and our city; For the Love became a staple moment that was shared with everyone.
Tennessee based band Civilian played the main stage at the For The Love music Festival in Fort Lauderdale Florida February 7th, 2015. Civilian’s Lead Singer, Ryan Alexander sits down to describe his approach to music and why its important to him. While Civilian is based out of Nashville, the band was born in Fort Lauderdale, so it was nice to have them back home.
We met up with our long time friends Forlorn Strangers in Nashville to document what music means to their hearts and minds. Forlorn Strangers played the main stage at the For The Love Music Festival on February 7th, 2015.
Kyle Cox is from Fort Lauderdale and moved to Nashville to pursue his musical dreams. He performed on the main stage at For the Love. It was great working with Kyle Cox again for his Live @ C&I Studios spot.
Tennessee based artist Corey James Bost played the main stage at the For The Love music Festival on February 7th, 2015. Corey James Bost explains his approach to music and why its important.
BleuBird is a local rapper from Miami who came to perform for us on the main stage at For the Love.
This is just a video we did for fun poking fun at the other videos.
Our Executive Director Joshua Otis Miller had the opportunity to sit down and interview with Pfunkcast about For the Love and the growth and expansion of FAT Village in Fort Lauderdale.