The Port, Levitt Performing Arts Center is a rebrand of Westport Ct's famous "Levitt Pavillion". The center was founded in 1924 by Mortimer and Mimi Levitt who wanted to bring their community closer to the arts for free. He believed that everyone should have access to the arts and would provide "50 free nights under the stars" featuring numerous different performing artists. The pavilion has not been getting as much publicity and visitation that it should be. This rebrand focused on creating a brand that demonstrated what a concert in the summer feels like. 

Collateral that was produced: 
- VIP Sponsor Passes

- Stage Mockup

- Concert Tickets

- Merchandise available at Center

- Promotional Pole Banners

- Web & Social Media Presence