Last weekend, DayDreams, Alabama’s LONGEST running DayTime Event celebrated 10 years of existence and addressing issues that affect the community.
The Event took place on Montgomery Street in front of The Fifty-Fifty in Downtown Montgomery, Alabama.
During the event, attendees enjoyed live performances by Jeremy Flyy and Flight Control, Montgomery Bad Boyz and The People’s Champ DJ ALI and a vendors village filled with local businesses, cocktail brands, interactive social media stations, food trucks and so much more.
“Our 10-year anniversary was Extraordinary!” said DayDrams Foundation Founder, Christopher Thomas. “This year surpassed our expectations. The Downtown/Block Party venue proved to be the right location for DayDreams and we look forward using the concept again. Additionally, the feedback from the Sponsors, Partners, Attendees and the DayDreams Family has been heart warming. That’s what it’s all about. It’s about putting on for human achievement, creating a safe entertainment space for progressive people and artists to thrive.”
This year also marked the first-ever “DayDreams Foundation HONORS,” where eji and its founder Bryan Stevenson was recognized and honored by Christopher Thomas, on the main stage.
Also during the event, Montgomery Mayoral Candidate, Steven Reed took the main stage, congratulated DayDreams and committed to support the efforts of the event.
Sponsors of the 10 Year Anniversary of DayDreams was inCity Magazine, The Fifty-Fifty, Propelled Technologies, Cornelius “CC” Calhoun, Pure Romance by Donella, Path to Freedom: Own Your Justice and Moskato Life. Supported by edge-2-edge Salon and Vintage Chic Boutique.
Pictures were taken by Picture This Photography by Mr. Jacque Chandler.