Battle for Paradise: Dawg Daze of Summer Festival

Posted by:  Catalyst Promos  | 

 Booking 5 Sonicbids bands
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Summary

Dawg Daze will host over 30 musical acts on 3 stages including national as well as regional acts loosely based in the genres of bluegrass, blues, funk and classic rock. The dates are August 5th and 6th of 2011. The Battle for Paradise will stop in 5 cities in the Midwest where 5 bands will compete for a spot at Dawg Daze./n/nDawg Daze will host over 30 musical acts on 3 stages including national as well as regional acts loosely based in the genres of bluegrass, blues, funk and classic rock. The dates are August 5-6, 2011 at the Lake Paradise Resort in Lone Jack, MO. The Battle for Paradise will stop in 5 cities in the Midwest where 5 bands will compete for a spot at Dawg Daze. The crowd combined with a panel of judges will decide which band puts on the best performance and goes on to play Dawg Daze.



Dawg Daze will also host a hillbilly theme with a feud performed by actors. Craftsmen, artists, food vendors along side with a strong theme of "Keeping the Scene Clean" through proper recycling, reusable containers and waste reduction.



They are exclusively booking the Battle for Paradise event using Sonicbids, so 5 Sonicbids artists will be guaranteed a spot at the festival. Dates and locations for the battle are currently as follows:


  • March 5th - Kansas City, MO - Davey's Uptown Rambler's Club

  • March 7th - Springfield, MO - Lindberg's Bar and Grill

  • March 8th - St. Louis, MO - 2720 Cherokee

  • March 9th - Columbia, MO - Sideshow

  • March 10th - Des Moines, IA - The Underground Lounge



This isn't like those other battles where the band who brings the most people wins. The winner will be determined by 1/3 crowd response and 2/3 judge's scores. Bands will be judged on:

  • Composition

  • Presentation

  • Musician Cohesiveness & Chemistry

  • Crowd Interaction

  • Originality




Artists must provide their own travel.