Halfway to Forecastle 2011

Posted by:  The Forecastle Festival and AC Entertainment  | 

  Booking 5 Sonicbids bands
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Summary

Don't miss your LAST CHANCE to submit to Halfway to Forecastle. They're looking for more rock, pop and electronic artists, and have reopened submissions until TODAY, June 2nd. This is your VERY LAST CHANCE to perform at the “Halfway” mark to the Forecastle Festival, alongside confirmed acts like Big Boi, RJD2, Pretty Lights, VHS or Beta, BoomBox, Mimosa and more.

Halfway to Forecastle has reserved 5 slots for Sonicbids artists. Selected artists will receive compensation, networking capabilities, PR/media opportunities and, most importantly, consideration for the 2012 Forecaslte Festival among other perks./n/nHalfway to Forecastle is looking for more rock, pop and electronic artists, and have reopened submissions until Thursday, June 2nd.

The 4th annual "Halfway to Forecastle" is designed to commemorate the “Halfway” mark to The Forecastle Festival, which is celebrating its 10th Anniversary in the summer of 2012. Halfway has grown significantly since its inception, selling out for three consecutive years, attracting thousands of attendees from throughout the country, while continually upgrading to larger venues. Pretty Lights, Big Boi, RJD2, VHS or Beta, BoomBox, and Mimosa have been confirmed to perform at Halfway to Forecastle 2011.

At least 5 Sonicbids artists are guaranteed to perform at Halfway to Forecastle, which has joined forces with AC Entertainment, the producers of Bonnaroo, Moogfest, Big Ears, and over 750 concerts throughout the country.

What Can Artists Expect?


  • Consideration for Forecastle 2012.

  • Indoor and outdoor stages, as well as a VIP rooftop stage overlooking the city.

  • Awesome exposure and networking capabilities.

  • PR and media opportunities.

  • Compensation.

  • A unique, festive, high-energy atmosphere with national headliners and interactive, experiential elements.

The event is expecting up to 6,000 attendees in an urban, non-traditional venue in downtown Louisville. It will expand greatly upon the footprint of previous Halfway festivals, while adding key elements of the summer festival.