Infectious Magazine wants to cover the 2013 Adelaide Fringe Festival, but we need your help!
About a month ago, we got a long awaited email response from the coordinators of the Adelaide Fringe Festival in Australia. The news? We had been accepted to cover the event. Not just any event. This was the Adelaide Fringe Festival, the second largest Fringe in the world, home to countless artistic acts, all vying for audience’s attention, for a chance to reveal their craft and their talent to the world.
We couldn’t wait to help make that happen.
But since our inception nearly four years ago, and through the coverage of hundreds of local and national bands, we’ve always run on passion. Pure passion and heart. We run on the spark that comes from helping young, emerging artists of all kinds break into their industry. We’ve been lucky to cover many U.S. and U.K. based acts, but as so many artists know, this is not something you get into for the financial gain. And that’s why we need your help.
What We Need & What You Get
We’ve launched this campaign solely to cover airfare costs (and maybe a few PBJ sandwiches along the way!). Luckily, we have a place to crash when we get there, but Australia is extremely expensive to get to from Boston, MA. We know that with your help we can make it happen, and bring artists one step closer to getting the public recognition they deserve through our website, our radio show which is currently on PoochFM (home of several shows by members the Margera family and co-run by CKY members) and throughout our social media and various partnerships.
For those who are able to donate to our campaign, we have some really unique, one time only rewards packages that are awesome for both fans AND bands, including public relations consultation, audio engineering consultation, the band of your choice featured on our website, mixing package and a ton more! We have a great mix, including several prizes that come straight from the cause you’ll be helping make happen.
Please, check out our campaign right here. We appreciate all donations, be it in the form of a pledge, or simply spreading the word. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.
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