festival hours & location

Sunday, February 23, 2020: 2-7 PM
*Music starts at 3:30 PM

Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park

3540 Thomasville Rd.

Tallahassee, FL 32309

Last year's event photos

Thank you to ktcreative for capturing photos from 2018:

band lineup

Bands Announced Soon!

about us

For the City Events is a Tallahassee based non-profit organization that supports other local non-profits in their efforts to fundraise by creating unique and amazing event experiences for our community. With the newly created idea of a Music Fest held in an open field, we started to wonder who in our community would be a worthy beneficiary. Immediately, one of our board members mentioned she didn’t know a single family not affected by Cancer. That’s when Stacy, another For the City Events Board Member, remembered her friend, Katie, had lost her mother to cancer and was looking for a way to honor her.

Later that week, Stacy started to explain the next For the City Events fundraiser to a group of their friends. In the middle of the explanation, Stacy realized they had been calling the event “Field Day” and immediately the group agreed that this event was perfect for Katie’s foundation. Katie’s late mother’s name was Judy Field; from that day on, Field Day became more than just an event, but a cause.

Judy Field passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2014. Since her passing, Katie and her family set up a memorial foundation in her name. It is the mission of the Judy Field Memorial Foundation to give back to community members affected by pancreatic cancer, as well as investing in research to help with prevention of the disease.


The Judy Field Memorial Foundation was started by the late Judy Field’s family for the purpose of raising funds and awareness for pancreatic cancer. Judy was a vibrant member of the Tallahassee community, involved with her church, garden club, and interior design business. She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. Judy fought a tough battle for over two years before succumbing to the disease in 2014 at the age of 62.

Unfortunately, there are many others like Judy. Both the lack of early detection or effective treatment options for the disease contributes to the rising numbers of diagnoses and deaths from pancreatic cancer. According to the Cancer Statistics 2017 report, pancreatic cancer is expected to surpass breast cancer to become the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States. The five-year survival rate for pancreatic cancer is 9 percent, making it the lowest survival rate of any major cancer. With the help of For the City Events, the Judy Field Memorial Foundation is determined to make an impact on the pancreatic cancer community.

sponsor information

email kyle hartmann

Or Call 850-491-7333

gold level


  • verbal recognition at event
  • signage at event
  • logo or name on website/social media
  • 8 vip experience tickets

Silver level


  • signage at event
  • logo or name on website/social media
  • 2 vip experience tickets

Bronze level


  • large sign at event
  • name on website/social media

friend of the city


  • small sign at event
  • name on website/social media

thanks to our sponsors!

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