The 5th Annual Food, Clothing, and Shelter Festival (FCS Fest) announces critically acclaimed musician and Stone Mountian native, Raury, to perform this year.
Online PR News – 29-May-2019 – Atlanta, GA – ATLANTA (May 27, 2019) - The 5th Annual Food, Clothing & Shelter Festival (FCS Fest) announces critically acclaimed musician and Stone Mountain native, Raury, will be headlining THEARLYSHOW ATL stage at this year's festivities on Saturday, June 8, 2019 at 11 a.m. at the Lake Claire Community Land Trust . Touring with such acts as Outkast, A$AP Rocky, and Macklemore, he delivers blends of Acoustic Folk and Hip Hop with messages disconnecting his listeners from systematic cycles of division and a synthetic indulgence of life, while reconnecting his listeners to a more free, authentic existence in harmony with the world. Raury's global sonic and vision inspires love and unity aligning with the overall festival theme and mission.
The family-friendly community event celebrating agriculture and sustainability is inspired by the award-winning documentary Food, Clothing & Shelter Pt.1 that addresses the three crucial necessities of any human being; food, clothing, and shelter. This year's festival is themed "The Seven Chakras." FCS Fest brings together hundreds of eco-friendly and self-sustainability conscious attendees. FCS Fest is hosted by a collaboration of local businesses, charities and community influencers. This year's collaborative includes THEARLYSHOW ATL, Club Ninja, Lake Claire Community Land Trust, United Artists Movement, Black Noize, WilSay Event & Media Group and the Food, Clothing, and Shelter Foundation.
The festival will host farming/ gardening workshops, community yoga, children's activities and live musical performances on THEARLYSHOW ATL stage. The festival will also host a drive to collect toiletries and clothes for those less fortunate in the city of Atlanta for #IGotYourBack, a charitable initiative curated by FEEL Media LLC for creatives who hope to make a difference for the homeless population in Atlanta. Staying aligned with the festival mission, FCS Fest will continue its zero-waste initiative, in partnership with Fort Negritas.
To learn more about the Fifth Annual Food, Clothing and Shelter Festival please contact Linda Vicks at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or sponsorship opportunities.