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  • An Incredible Opportunity

    I got this, and it's so incredible, that I just had to share! :smileystatic:

    BATTLE OF THE BANDS (2013)
    APPLICATION/PERFORMANCE AGREEMENT
    DATE OF APPLICATION:
    APPLICATION DUE DATE: 10/27/2013

    $50.00 APPLICATION FEE/DEPOSIT ATTACHED: CHECK CASH MONEY ORDER
    CHECKS/MONEY ORDERS MADE PAYABLE TO: (Venue)
    GENERAL INFO:
    OFFICIAL NAME OF BAND:
    PRIMARY BAND CONTACT: PH#
    MAILING ADDRESS:
    MUSIC GENRE/TYPE PLAYED:
    LIST BAND MEMBERS: LENGTH OF TIME PLAYING TOGETHER:
    1 AGE:
    2 AGE:
    3 AGE:
    4 AGE:
    5 AGE: (USE BACK OF FORM FOR ADDTL

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  • #2
    Pretty cool if you're 14.
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    band websites:
    http://www.JumpStartYourParty.com
    https://www.gigmasters.com/Rock/Jump-Start
    https://www.facebook.com/JumpStartYourParty
    http://www.weddingwire.com/biz/jumps...587fe5f12.html

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    • #3
      This.
      NO SIGNATURE FOR YOU!!

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      • wesg
        wesg commented
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        What, you only have to pay $50 to play?

        Actually, you know what would be fun? Fill it out on behalf of the Rolling Stones.

    • #4

      Awesome.... how about we have a Battle of the Promoters. LOL They front $5K each to sponsor a battle of the bands contest... the bands each get paid a fee. The promoter sells tickets. Whoever sells the most tickets wins a trophy and gets to keep their cash. LOL

      so over this signature BS!!!

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      • Yer Blues
        Yer Blues commented
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        wheresgrant3 wrote:

        Awesome.... how about we have a Battle of the Promoters. LOL They front $5K each to sponsor a battle of the bands contest... the bands each get paid a fee. The promoter sells tickets. Whoever sells the most tickets wins a trophy and gets to keep their cash. LOL



        Hahaha.... that is pretty funny.  I think it would be a great craigslist post.  What about Battle of the Bars?  "XYZ Band is proud to announced the first annual battle of the bars.  All bars are welcome to participate as long as they complete the application and pay the associated fee ($50).  The winner will get XYZ for a Fri-Sat night with the agreed upon fee as noted on the application."


    • #5
      Haha, classic! winner gets their ticket responsibility back. Everyone else pays the promoter $400. That is unbelievable. Depending on where it is a number of high school bands will likely sign up. And there will be sponsors, because the $8,000 minimum won't quite do it.

      This reminds me of a lot of bills around here- get a headliner with a larger guarantee than they warrant, book a dozen local bands, call it a festival, then charge extra for the other 11 bands to cover the stupid guarantee. Or just to line your pockets with it. Repeat three times in the cities an hour away from each other.
      <div class="signaturecontainer">Free prog-related metal from Michigan.<br />
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      • wasjamieb
        wasjamieb commented
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        Saddest thing of all is; there WILL probably be bands who do it...

        Last battle of the bands I did, 20-or,so years ago, we found out later that the prize money checks had been printed beforehand. Some contest, huh?

      • Nijyo
        Nijyo commented
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        How convenient, I've always wanted to pay to work on NYE... wait...


    • #6

      Oh boy, here we go...

      <div class="signaturecontainer"><font color="DarkRed"><font face="Comic Sans MS">Did I say that out loud ?</font>!?</font></div>

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      • Kramerguy
        Kramerguy commented
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        The worst part about it all is that this place doesn't even serve alcohol, and no BYOB. Sorry, but my band needs two things: Electricity to power our gear, and alcohol to power us and our crowds. :P
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