Calvary Chapel Worship Center

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Summary

The Calvary Chapel Worship Center is a music venue on I-5 in Grants Pass, Oregon. Presently, the Calvary Chapel is seeking musicians and performance artists for immediate openings for Friday or Sunday night performances, a Wednesday evening slot or a Sunday morning slot. There are 3 slots available and each month two spots are reserved for Sonicbids artists. Compensation is $99 plus 60% of whatever is collected at the event./n/nThe Calvary Chapel Worship Center is a music venue on I-5 in Grants Pass, Oregon. Presently, the Calvary Chapel is seeking musicians and performance artists for immediate openings for Friday or Sunday night performances, a Wednesday evening slot or a Sunday morning slot. There are 3 slots available and each month two spots are reserved for Sonicbids artists. Compensation is $99 plus 60% of whatever is collected at the event.


Set lengths are 20-30 minutes during the Wednesday and Sunday AM slots, and 75 minutes for the Friday and Sunday evening slots. The promoter would prefer nationally touring artists for whom food and accommodations will be taken care of. A local draw is not necessary to be booked, but can be generated with air play.


The Calvary Chapel will contact artists for booking at least two months prior to the date of the show. There is limited backline at the venue– a sound system, including vocal mics, monitors and a sound person is available. The venue will give you contact information for the bands playing with you if you'd like to try to arrange sharing gear.


The promoter also runs local radio station KCGP 106.7 FM as well as the official CRW Recording station, enabling artists to promote their gig. Artists are also permitted to sell merchandise and retain 100% of the profits.


Past performers include Starfield, Red Rain, Michael Bahn, Terri Shamar and Mike McCarthy.