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Support Creativity, Become a Patron Today

The Patron Program is essential for the success of the Daytona Beach Arts Fest as it directly supports artists, encourages their participation in future events, fosters a vibrant artistic community, generates broader economic impacts, and supports small businesses in the area.

  • Get Patron Dollars

  • Foster a Vibrant Artistic Community

  • Generate Broader Economic Impacts

  • Support Small Businesses

SUPPORT THE ARTS IN DAYTONA BEACH...BECOME A PATRON! Supporting art in our community is paramount to fostering creativity, expression, and cultural enrichment. Art has the power to inspire, challenge, and unite us, transcending boundaries and sparking dialogue. By investing in our Patron Program, we not only support individual artists but also sustain vibrant art programs that benefit our entire community. Through our collective support, we cultivate an environment where artists can thrive, audiences can engage, and the transformative power of art can flourish, leaving an enduring legacy for generations to come. Join us in championing the arts and nurturing the heart of our community.

Patron Program Form

DONATE BY CHECK

Riverfront Arts District

230 S. Beach Street

Daytona Beach, FL 32114

Please make checks payable to Riverfront Arts District

Contact: Theresa Lieberman at theresa@im-daytona.com

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Patron Form

All donations are non-refundable. All Patron Art Festival Dollars must be used at the Daytona Beach Arts Fest on April 13 & 14, 2024.  Patron Dollars are non-refundable. Any unused patron dollars will be considered a donation to the Daytona Beach Arts Fest. Patron dollars are only valid on art purchases. Artists will not provide change. Patron is responsible for paying the difference on purchases. All vouchers must be signed by both the Artist and Patron. Riverfront Arts District is a non-profit corporation organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, namely, to provide, encourage and support the arts and art education in Daytona Beach and the surrounding area, and offer educational, social and multi-media material and events, including philanthropic activities to support the community and local artists

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