Tabu Music Festival 2011

Posted by:  I.R.I.S. Entertainment  | 

 Booking 1 Sonicbids band
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Summary

In support of 'taboo' topics, the annual TABU Music Festival supports various Canadian charities, while hosting an amazing event of 30 bands for one day in the hot summer sun to a crowd of nearly 2000 people, This year, the festival will support Suicide Charity and Awareness. The festival coordinators are looking to book Canadian artists of a wide variety of genres to perform live at on the festival stage. They are seeking 14 supporting acts, as well as 1 headliner and there is 1 reserved slot for Sonicbids artists. All artists will be performing purely for exposure, since all proceeds of event will be donated to the Waterloo Regional Suicide Prevention Council./n/nIn support of 'taboo' topics, the annual TABU Music Festival supports various Canadian charities, while hosting an amazing event of 30 bands for one day in the hot summer sun to a crowd of nearly 2000 people, This year, the festival will support Suicide Charity and Awareness.



The festival coordinators are looking to book Canadian artists of a wide variety of genres to perform live at on the festival stage. They are seeking 14 supporting acts, as well as 1 headliner and there is 1 reserved slot for Sonicbids artists. All artists will be performing purely for exposure, since all proceeds of event will be donated to the Waterloo Regional Suicide Prevention Council.



Here's what selected artists will get:


  • Free Swag bags put together by the local vendors

  • A sound and lighting system will be provided at the festival. Artists must bring their own backline, instruments and any additional equipment


About the festival:

The second annual TABU Music Festival held once again in the Waterloo Public Square has named The Waterloo Regional Suicide Prevention Council as its receiving charity.



The festival will be held during Suicide Prevention week and directly when students in Waterloo's University city will be back to classes. Prepared for an even bigger crowd, more fantastic music, a beer garden compliments of Maxwell's Music House, and the awareness that there is another way, I.R.I.S. Entertainment is excited to bring this annual festival back to the city.



Last August, nearly 2000 people crowded into Waterloo's Public Square to see 30 bands and The Trailer Park Boys' Randy and Mr. Lahey. The free music festival helped raise awareness of The Canadian Testicular Cancer Association.