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Bands Sought for Femme Fest 2 at Tobacco Road, November 7

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Attention bands: If you have yet to play one of Oski's and Queen of the Scene's mini festivals at Tobacco Road, and if you've got a lady or two in your band, here's an opportunity. The follow-up to last year's estrogen-heavy Femme Fest is happening this November, and the promoters are looking to fill up the line-up soon.

So far, the only main act I know that's a definite is Astari Nite -- and they've only got one female. I think the criteria is that if your XX-chromosomed band member does anything beyond shake a tambourine, you qualify. Follow the jump for the list of everything you need to submit for booking consideration. -- Arielle Castillo

For booking consideration, send the following to: [email protected]

REQUIRED:

* BIO (Please include # of members in the band and ages of all members)

* PIC (No Logo's or writing)

* Website URL

* MP3 (For use on festival Compilation CD)

* Contact #

* Contact Email

OPTIONAL:

* Future Show Dates so we can check you out.

* Link to a youtube video

*Your band's logo (but not on the picture)

All members must be 21+ and there must be at least one female member in the band.

Deadline for submissions is:Thursday September 25, 2008

We are also looking for Artists & Vendors, please spread the word!

FemmeFest II

November 7th 2008 @ Tobacco Road

www.myspace.com/femmefest

www.QueenOfTheScene.com

you can also contact Oski at [email protected] and [email protected]

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Arielle Castillo
Contact: Arielle Castillo