December 12, 2019 1 min read
The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation was back at the Tortuga Music Festival on Ft. Lauderdale Beach on April 6-8 to rock out with country music’s hottest acts and help raise awareness and funds for ocean conservation. Featuring Eric Church, Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line and a number of other country, rock and reggae acts, the GHOF set up a painting display in Conservation Village, an area of the festival grounds where marine conservation groups from around the world host interactive and educational activities for concert attendees. The GHOF invited visitors to paint their message of conservation on the 15’ x 6’ Guy Harvey mural. The festival was a great success and, most importantly, continues to make a positive impact on our ocean resources.
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