Forty Fest, also known as 40 Fest, Forty Music Fest, 40 Music Fest, 40 Music Festival, and Forty Music Festival, is an annual Spring Christian music festival in North Texas. It is an alcohol- and smoke-free concert intended to provide a positive spiritual experience to youth and young adults.
Forty Fest -- Resonate 2010
After the original March 20, 2010 date was canceled due to an unusual winter snowstorm, Forty Fest—Resonate 2010 was rescheduled for August 21, 2010 at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. The bands that performed included Hawk Nelson, Brian "Head" Welch, Emery, Decyfer Down, Pillar, Project 86, Wavorly, Flatfoot 56, and The Letter Black.
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