Emerging singer-songwriter Brian Collins announced today. Inspired by his current single, “Shine A Little Love,” the festival will take place October 23-24th at Florida’s popular beach destination 30A and will bring along with it an all-star lineup. Proceeds from this festival will help to ‘Shine Love’ Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) and Wesley Burnham Foundation who both work tirelessly to ‘Shine Love’ on others. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased HERE.
The lineup includes hit songwriters Wynn Varble (Brad Paisley, Daryl Worley, Easton Corbin), Travis Meadows (Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen, Eric Church) and John Driskell Hopkins of Zac Brown Band. Also performing during the weekend are The Best Brothers Band, MAGNO, Casey Twist and Paige Logan of country music duo, North 40. Serving as host and creator of the festival, Brian Collins will also treat the ticket holders to performances both nights.
Brian’s sophomore single “Shine A Little Love” is continuing to achieve success. Not only did it break into the Top 40 on both the MusicRow and Billboard Indicator Charts, but the music video is celebrating 3 consecutive weeks at No. 1 on CMT’s Pure 12-Pack Countdown.
Both “Shine A Little Love” and Brian’s breakout debut single, “Never Really Left” is available on iTunes and Amazon.
About the Wounded Warrior Project
The WWP mission statement is “to honor and empower Wounded Warriors”. The core values they are working on building for the most adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history are fun, integrity, loyalty, innovation, and service. WWP serves to assist military veterans or families that were wounded on or after September 11, 2001. Wounds are not always seen and WWP works to address all the needs for men and woman who paid their dues wearing a uniform. Shine A Little Love Fest is proud to help raise funds for a great organization.
About the Wesley Burnham Foundation
The Wesley Burnham Foundation is a perfect opportunity for us to Shine Love! Wesley was a vibrant little boy who loved music, God and his blue guitar! He shined love through his passion for music as he led his congregation at Woodlawn Methodist Church in a Christmas concert the day he was in a tragic accident. His parents wanted to create a special memory, so they created a foundation in Wesley’s name to enable other children to experience the educational start he had that was grounded in faith, music and love. The goal is to raise enough money to start a music program in Wesley’s name.
For more information on the first annual Shine A Little Love Festival, visit www.SALLFest.com
For more information on Brian Collins and to view upcoming tour dates, visit www.BrianCollinsMusic.com