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How do you improve paradise? Bud Light did by partnering with Sonicbids to engage consumers in Port Paradise Music Festival planning. They offered consumers an opportunity to help select bands to join the line up and rewarded them for participation with a chance to win a spot on the Port Paradise Cruise. Bands participated in two rounds of online voting powered by the Sonicbids Social Music Hub. The first round put bands on stages across the country, providing the opportunity to create authentic branded video content and in-person consumer engagement. The second will land three bands slots on this years line up.

How do you improve paradise? Bud Light did by partnering with Sonicbids to engage consumers in Port Paradise Music Festival planning. They offered consumers an opportunity to help select bands to join the line up and rewarded them for participation with a chance to win a spot on the Port Paradise Cruise. Bands participated in two rounds of online voting powered by the Sonicbids Social Music Hub. The first round put bands on stages across the country, providing the opportunity to create authentic branded video content and in-person consumer engagement. The second will land three bands slots on this years line up.

Diesel wanted to tap the emerging band community, activate local markets, and incent fans to spread Diesel's "Be Stupid" message, and thus the Stupid for Music Cup was born. 64 bands drove fans through rounds of challenges designed to engage fans in on-brand content creation, resulting in thousands of photos, videos, comments that authentically engaged the Diesel target. In just 12 weeks, D:U:M evolved from a niche artist support program to a living, breathing fan & artist engagement platform -- sometimes the stupidest ideas have the best results.

Diesel wanted to tap the emerging band community, activate local markets, and incent fans to spread Diesel's "Be Stupid" message, and thus the Stupid for Music Cup was born. 64 bands drove fans through rounds of challenges designed to engage fans in on-brand content creation, resulting in thousands of photos, videos, comments that authentically engaged the Diesel target. In just 12 weeks, D:U:M evolved from a niche artist support program to a living, breathing fan & artist engagement platform -- sometimes the stupidest ideas have the best results.

Universal was looking to create viral buzz leading up to the movie release of Scott Pilgrim vs. The Word. Sonicbids created a branded site where 1,000+ artists drove their fans to interact in exchange for a free music download. Eight of the fan-favorite artists then created mash up videos featuring their original song, videos and movie clips from the trailer. Artists then re-engaged their fans in an epic online battle driving 24.7 million media impressions and landing one band a spot on the DVD release and a live performance at the film's opening at Comic-Con.

Universal was looking to create viral buzz leading up to the movie release of Scott Pilgrim vs. The Word. Sonicbids created a branded site where 1,000+ artists drove their fans to interact in exchange for a free music download. Eight of the fan-favorite artists then created mash up videos featuring their original song, videos and movie clips from the trailer. Artists then re-engaged their fans in an epic online battle driving 24.7 million media impressions and landing one band a spot on the DVD release and a live performance at the film's opening at Comic-Con.

Renaissance is turning their hotel lobbies into music discovery destinations, creating an immersive brand experience for their customers. They partnered with Sonicbids to deliver an easy-to-use, centralized platform for hotel managers in locations around the world to review and book bands a curated list that match their hotels and brand.

Renaissance is turning their hotel lobbies into music discovery destinations, creating an immersive brand experience for their customers. They partnered with Sonicbids to deliver an easy-to-use, centralized platform for hotel managers in locations around the world to review and book bands a curated list that match their hotels and brand.

Gap wanted to create a music tie-in for its 40 year anniversary celebration and the launch of its Born to Fit campaign. Sonicbids created the largest-ever acoustic music event with 767 Sonicbids bands playing in 767 Gap stores, on the same night. To help drive employee engagement, Sonicbids delivered an easy-to-use platform allowing Gap store managers to review and select an artist to play their store. All participating bands were featured on a Gap-branded microsite with pre-licensed music downloads available to consumers through a download drop card. The result was 800 million media impressions.

Gap wanted to create a music tie-in for its 40 year anniversary celebration and the launch of its Born to Fit campaign. Sonicbids created the largest-ever acoustic music event with 767 Sonicbids bands playing in 767 Gap stores, on the same night. To help drive employee engagement, Sonicbids delivered an easy-to-use platform allowing Gap store managers to review and select an artist to play their store. All participating bands were featured on a Gap-branded microsite with pre-licensed music downloads available to consumers through a download drop card. The result was 800 million media impressions.

Midas hoped to open a dialogue with a younger demographic, and emerging bands were the right group to carry the message. Sonicbids worked with Midas and Spin to build and execute Rock the Highway, a program designed to find the next great 'road song' while driving brand awareness and traffic for Midas. Over 1,000 artists submitted road songs and sent fans to the Midas site to root them on. Consumers voted for their favorites and shared them out through social media, with site visitors receiving Midas special offers and access to music events for participating.

Midas hoped to open a dialogue with a younger demographic, and emerging bands were the right group to carry the message. Sonicbids worked with Midas and Spin to build and execute Rock the Highway, a program designed to find the next great 'road song' while driving brand awareness and traffic for Midas. Over 1,000 artists submitted road songs and sent fans to the Midas site to root them on. Consumers voted for their favorites and shared them out through social media, with site visitors receiving Midas special offers and access to music events for participating.

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