Friday Night on White (FNOW) returns to historic downtown Wake Forest on April 17, 2020 then continues the second-Friday-night of each month through September.
FNOW brings the entire community together for six Friday nights of free, family entertainment. Concert-goers are treated to a diverse lineup of premier bands from across our region playing rock and roll covers from classic to modern rock, with a little funk and original music thrown in.
A variety of sponsorships are still available for this popular concert series which drew well over 50,000 people to downtown Wake Forest in 2019. Each sponsorship is guaranteed to bring attention and recognition to local businesses through on-site exhibit space; assorted radio and television ads; printed posters, flyers, and banners; social media posts; email announcements and more.
Attendance at each concert in 2019 ranged from 8,000 to 15,000, and organizers expect this year’s shows to draw even larger numbers due to the series’ growing popularity throughout Northern Wake County and beyond.
For complete information on Friday Night on White sponsorship opportunities and benefits, contact Marketing & Business Relations Associate Amanda Cochrane at 919.435.9423 or via email.
To view all Town of Wake Forest advertising and sponsorship opportunities, visit wakeforestnc.gov and search “Sponsorships.”
This year’s Friday Night on White dates are:
April 17, 2020 — Magic PipersDate Canceled for COVID-19 safety
- May 8, 2020 — Sleeping Booty
- June 12, 2020 — Soul Psychedelique
- July 10, 2020 — Love Tribe
- August 14, 2020 — Big Love
- September 11, 2020 — Crush
Genre varies by date. Concerts are free to attend.
Call for Volunteers:
Volunteers are needed for a variety of roles during FNOW. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old and will receive training and a commemorative t-shirt. Civic groups and community organizations are especially encouraged to participate. For more information or to sign up as a volunteer, visit bit.ly/volunteerWF.
Source: Bill Crabtree, Town of Wake Forest
Ed. Note: Originally published January 24, 2020. Updated with call-for-volunteers on January 27, and March 13 with COVID-canceled date.