KORN To Headline ROCK ON! FEST; Support Bands Needed
KORN is looking for regional bands to participate in the Rock On! Fest at The Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion in Gilford, New Hampshire on May 23.
The Rock On! Fest is a tribute to the late founder of the venue, Bob Harding. It was Bob's passion to promote all genres of music and to help regional bands develop their talent.
The Rock On! Fest will host 30 regional bands on two different stages beginning at noon.
Bands interested in participating are asked to send their website, Facebook, MySpace or YouTube links to email@example.com for approval. Once approved by KORN's management, the band will be given a code to track their promotion of the event. The venue will pay the bands $5.00 for every ticket sold using their code and the bands that help promote the festival will be awarded the best positions on the festival schedule. The more tickets sold using the band's code, the closer to KORN they play on the main stage!
For more information on the Rock On! Fest or any other events at the Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion, visit www.meadowbrook.net or call (603)293-4700.
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