School Zone Tour

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Summary

School Zone Tour produces high school concerts in the Orange County & Los Angeles area. They showcase the hottest emerging recording artists to raise funds for the host school’s performing arts department. Artists often perform in front of up 3,000 student audience members at one time./n/nSchool Zone Tour produces high school concerts in the Orange County & Los Angeles area. They showcase the hottest emerging recording artists to raise funds for the host school’s performing arts department. They also provide a highly effective marketing and promotional vehicle for the artists who perform.



Artists are placed in front of tens of thousands of teens on a regular basis thanks to large enrollments. Some schools offer up to 3,000 student audience members at once. All acts must be clean and appropriate for children in a school setting.




All submitted material must not contain explicit material or lyrics. These showcases are for teenagers 13-18 in schools, so no derogatory, racist or other explicit material will be accepted. School Zone Tour would ask all artists to make sure their image is appropriate for a school setting. They expect high energy music and a high energy performance. If you can play at a coffee house, they won’t be able to use you.



Please note: Check out their roster on Myspace so you know the types of artists they are looking for.



While no compensation is provided, merchandise sales are allowed with the school’s approval with artists keeping 100% of their sales.



Due to the way that scheduling is structured, artists located in the greater Los Angeles and its surrounding areas are best suited for the program. All southern Californian artists are encouraged to submit. Any artist submissions that are outside the Southern California area will not be accepted. Travel and accommodations are not provided.

Terms And Conditions

Artists will be required to sign a code of conduct.