Wild Mountain Faire 2011

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  Booking 15 Sonicbids bands
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Summary

The Wild Mountain Faire has been a Concow tradition for over 25 years as a community gathering. Now in its 5th year operating as an organized music festival and fund raising mechanism for the community, it is proud of the community's efforts to enrich itself through this annual festival. The 2011 festival will be held at Lake Concow campground in Concow, CA. on June 24-26, 2011./n/nThe Wild Mountain Faire has been a Concow tradition for over 25 years as a community gathering. Now in its 5th year operating as an organized music festival and fund raising mechanism for the community, it is proud of the community's efforts to enrich itself through this annual festival. The 2011 festival will be held at Lake Concow campground in Concow, CA. on June 24-26, 2011.



There are at least 15 slots reserved for Sonicbids artists to perform live at the festival. A variety of genres are being accepted, but the festival is looking for only California based artists. Artists must provide their own travel to and from festival, though expenses may be negotiated depending on artist. All submission fee money will be going to the not-for profit Wild Mountain Productions.



Benefits for Selected Artists:



  • Compensation is negotiable, depending on the artists' draw, experience, etc.

  • Artists will be provided food and access to the backstage pre-creation area.

  • Merchandise booths will be available for artists to sell merchandise

  • Artists will receive 1 festival guest pass per band member (valued at $50 each).

Past performers have included legends like international reggae pioneer Don Carlos (Black Uhuru) and regionally cultivated acts such as Mystic Roots, Spark n Cinder, Soul Union, The Resonators, Alli Battaglia, and many more.



The Wild Mountain Productions is a non-profit organization and is the entity responsible for the festival. The overall goal, beyond bringing good meditation to the festival goers through its music, art, dance and education, is to raise money for the many charities the community depends on for vital services.