Forbidden Fruit Music Festival is a rapidly growing event management company that has recently hosted three successive festivals. The first festival was held in Worcester, the second in Hermanus and the third in Bloemfontein. It managed to attract a sizeable and diverse crowd in culture, race, sex and age group.
Through the variety and the uniqueness of our events and festivals, Forbidden Fruit has offered a celebration of diversity and vibrancy in above mentioned towns, while making an important contribution to the area.
The Forbidden Fruit Music Festival is a travelling festival that aims to draw music lovers to prominent towns throughout South Africa. The festival plans to promote well-known South African musicians as well as new up and coming musical groups, whilst involving the local community and encouraging tourism in the area.
The vision of Forbidden Fruit is to create a vibrant thriving town, providing to the visitors and the greater local community an entertainment experience at its best.
The Forbidden Fruit Music Festival has been running since 2009 and continues to grow in stature with the addition of every chapter. It attracts young adults and families from all over.
This is made possible through vital marketing as a result of the wide network of connection of the people who attend. They certainly are part of the popular urban sub-culture.
The event plays host to a unique melting pot of these cultures, coming together for a massive celebration. The inspiration surrounding the choice of Logo was drawn from universally acknowledged classic symbols.
The Forbidden Fruit logo combines the original forbidden fruit – the APPLE.
The snake "the Original REBEL" , The guitar illustration - "MUSIC". These elements together create this CHEEKY ICON, with a wide understanding and appeal.