London Summer Jam Invites Partners to Get Involved
2012-02-13http://www.londonsummerjam.com ), a large-scale jam music festival that will take place in London after the Olympics - in September 2012 - is seeking national and international partners who will benefit from significant promotional opportunities reaching valuable target audiences.
A fresh kind of music festival, #LSJ will feature jamming sessions, open mics and a main stage for performances that will be championed in the run-up to the event. The festival will give signed and unsigned artists exposure all year round through its social network sites, co-hosted advertising, and on-going dedication to providing support. LSJ will be the first large-scale music jam festival to take place in the UK.
More than just a summer festival, #LSJ features a variety of year-long music industry services, including artist promotion/development and fan base establishment/expansion. #LSJ's centrepiece – the September 2012 music festival – will provide an opportunity for bands, solo artists, music industry professionals and fans from around the world to gather together, mingle and experience music via live performances, jam sessions and workshops.
Partnership opportunities abound in the areas of music publishing; entertainment (including music, films, TV, radio and theatre); food and beverage; clothing and more. #LSJ welcomes partnership proposals from any ventures that use music in their advertisements. Sponsorship opportunities concerning bands and solo artists are available.
Quincy Prescott, founder of #LSJ, comments: "London Summer Jam is, at its heart, an annual celebration of music, music-makers, and fans. The open invitation jam-fest will include five core areas: stages, acoustic and electrical jam 'cities', open mics and workshops. Each designated area will provide an excellent platform for theme-based marketing and sales. Additionally, #LSJ will promote sales of 'festival specials' live at the event, as well as throughout the year. For all involved, #LSJ is a vehicle for obtaining considerable return on investment."
Will Sid Smith, finalist in the 'UK Unsigned 2011 Singer/Songwriter Contest', says: "The idea of having a festival that creates a massive jam session for all kinds of artists is a brilliant one. The London Summer Jam team has supported, promoted and encouraged artists who want to be involved. I've been introduced to some valuable contacts and new fans, giving me and my music great exposure. #LSJ has also created a network of artists who all support and promote each other through a vibrant community."
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