Fashion Meets Music Festival
Ice Miller the proud exclusive law firm sponsor of the 2014 Fashion Meets Music Festival on Aug. 29-31 in Columbus, Ohio.
The three-day, inaugural celebration “debuts a unique combination, fusing two complementary art forms, music and fashion, together as one entertainment platform experience.” FMMF expects 250 bands and 300 fashion and music brands to participate, and expects to draw nearly 120,000 people.
“Fashion Meets Music Festival” is the nation’s largest and most provocative music and fashion event, fusing two complementary art forms as one entertainment platform. FMMF is the first collaborative fusion festival to solely incorporate music with music inspired fashion brands. Intimate. Inspired. Authentic. FMMF celebrates both art forms, while fostering a lifestyle of self-expression.
“Ice Miller is proud to support FMMF and the Columbus community by making our ‘neighborhood’ a fun and fashionable place to be,” said Deputy Managing Partner Jim Davidson. “Ice Miller’s Columbus office has been located in the Arena District for over a decade, when it was one of the first law firms to move to the area back in 2001. We are excited to contribute to the success of this inaugural event and to the economic benefits a festival of this size will bring to our City.”
Tickets will be required for some of the concerts, while others will be free to the public. A VIP reception will take place on Thursday night, August 28th.
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Friday, August 29, 2014
LocationThe festival will include three nights of concerts at Lifestyle Communities Pavilion, McFerson Commons, Nationwide Arena and Huntington Park. Fashion runways and the music and retail company exhibitors will be located within the Greater Columbus Convention Center, ground zero for the whole festival.
Adjacent bars in the Short North will host smaller-scale festival concerts and Nationwide Boulevard from High Street to Neil Avenue will be transformed into a streetscape of various cuisine and beverage selections; complete with gourmet food trucks, aerial zip lines, and one of North America’s largest Gondolas, towering 100 feet tall.