The Next Hit - Los Angeles

Posted by:  The Bar and Restaurant Society  | 

 Booking 3 Sonicbids bands
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Summary

Venture House Productions and its subsidiary, The Bar and Restaurant Society, have teamed up with its newest venue and partner, Level 3, which hosts Kiss FM's Club DV8 on the weekends in Hollywood. Artists and bands will be paid via a door split or by presell tickets depending on the venue. For the door split, artists are paid from the first person once they bring in an agreed upon amount of people. There are 3 slots reserved for Sonicbids artists./n/nVenture House Productions and its subsidiary, The Bar and Restaurant Society, have teamed up with its newest venue and partner, Level 3, which hosts Kiss FM's Club DV8 on the weekends in Hollywood. The Next Hit will focus on getting a diverse array of musical artists on the stages of popular dance clubs such as Level 3 and the Cabana Club. This event is a branch of the Rock the House Series. There are 3 slots reserved for Sonicbids artists.



Venture House Productions is looking primarily for local and regional acts, artists based in Los Angeles and Southern California. It has also booked national and celebrity acts as well. Dance Pop, Electro Hop, Hip Hop, Urban, Contemporary R&B, DJ. Think the best parts of Kiss FM and AMP radio combined. Music that would make a diverse range of people dance. Examples of music styles include Black Eyed Peas, Lady Gaga, LMFAO, Usher, Far East Movement, Flo Rida, etc.



Available dates to perform at Level 3:



  • February 2nd, 2011

  • February 9th, 2011

  • February 16th, 2011

  • February 23rd, 2011



Available dates to perform at Cabana Club:


  • February 11th, 2011

  • February18th, 2011

  • February25th

Artists and bands will be paid via a door split or by presell tickets depending on the venue. For the door split, artists are paid from the first person once they bring in an agreed upon amount of people. For the tickets, these particular venues have a unique set of ticket packages available as well. Bands must pay back 11% of the overall tickets on the night of the show at the normal cover charge. Artists keep the rest of the tickets to sell for themselves. From these ticket packages alone, bands have made anywhere between $500+ to $2,000+ for a single 45 minute show.



Yes there is an in house sound engineer and sound system. Artists must bring their own instrument and equipment to plug in an play. Artists can bring their own monitors if necessary.

Terms And Conditions

We ask that artists/bands show up to the venue one hour before their show time in case there are any last minute preparations that need to be handled. We also ask that all artists respect the regulations of each venue.