Fog Fest 2017: Calling All Bands!

South San Francisco, CA   April 9, 2017   Submitted by Carolyn Livengood

Fog Fest Music

The Fog Fest Entertainment Committee are now accepting band submissions for their 2017 entertainment. All submissions must follow the required guidelines in order to be considered. The review and deadline process is June 15. The chosen will be notified by the end of June 2017. This year’s Fog Fest is September 23rd and 24th. Fog Fest has three stages of live music all weekend long. Please visit our website for more detailed information: http://pacificcoastfogfest.com/music/

 

The 2017 band submission process is now officially underway!
Please follow submission requirements as seen below. Submission promo packs will be reviewed through June 15th.  The final band selections will be contacted at the end of June to go over time slots and other details.

Please review submission requirements as they may have changed:

Electronic Press Kit
Minimum of 3 Songs
Additional video performances a plus
Bio (70 Words)
300 dpi Band Photo for promotional purposes
Performance Calendar
Links to Website and Social Media pages

Send promo packets to: entertainment@pacificcoastfogfest.com

Please Note: There are many different criteria that we must meet. Out of hundreds of band submissions, we narrow down our selections to approximately 24 bands each year. We try to find acts that are professional, have a local following and are appropriate for our community festival. We also try to find a good balance of genres to cover a wide range of demographics that come out to the festival each year. Please understand that there are so many great bands sending in submissions. If you are not selected, it is not because you are not a great band or fit for the Fog Fest, just that other bands met our vision of balance and diversity accompanying the other band selections for the year. Please be patient and good luck.

 

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