SPIRIT 105.9 Annual Daddy Daughter Dance Sells Out Three Nights

SPIRIT 105.9 (KFMK Austin, TX) announced their annual Daddy Daughter Dance to the public with a new twist: there would be three nights instead of two. The event itself aims to build confidence and worthiness within daughters through the love of their earthly Father. This, in turn, illustrates the love of their heavenly Father as well.

During the weekend of February 21st, the “Enchanted Woods” came to life overlooking Lake Travis at The Oasis Restaurant and Bar. As an exciting surprise, dads and daughters started their evening with a video from some of Christian music’s top artists – such as Micah Tyler, For King & Country, Matthew West, Austin French, and Dustin from Sanctus Real – whom are each fathers’ themselves. The message from each artist was simple: to illustrate Gods’ immense love for each of us through the bond of father and daughter.

As each night went on, the girls enjoyed crafting their own flower crowns, face painting, games on the deck that overlooks Lake Travis and taking photo memories with their dads in our photo booth. The dance floor was flooded by unicorn dresses, tuxedos, and countless dancing shoes for the live DJ. A balloon drop cascaded over the dance floor to end each magical evening.
All three evenings were completely sold out in just a few weeks with over 360 people attending each evening. Creating heartfelt memories; building strong family relationships. This is the SPIRIT of Austin.

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