Cultura Festival 2008 is Looking for Bands

I just got this press release forwarded to me so I apologize for getting this info to folks with such short notice. But it sounds like an alright festival and if bands want to be a part of it, reach out to the organizers asap.

--Jonathan Cunningham

CULTURA Festival '08

Presented by Oski, Queen Of The Scene & Alejandro


30 bands, 4 stages, vendors, artists, a Massive drum circle & Musician Jam and other special performances. If you want to be a part of this diverse cultural experience, we need your Bio, a Photo without any logo's or writing, your contact info (phone #, Email, URL) & an MP3.

[email protected]

VERY IMPORTANT: The DEADLINE to get this info to us is Friday April 25th.


You will have a 30 minute set. we will let you know the schedule & line up and soon as everything is confirmed. we will also give you your sound man contact info to discuss any concerns you might have.


Bands will receive 5 tickets per band member. you sell these tickets at $10 each and keep 100% of the profit. you do not give anything back to us, like some other places require. you do the math. You can sell them, give them away, whatever. it's up to you.


yes, you will be allowed to sell your own merch at the show. we will also have our own Cultura Festival cd's, t-shirts & posters that will have your bands name on them.

Send us your MP3 if you wish to be included on the CD compilation.

Vendors & Artists:

Spaces are $50. you must bring your own 10x10 tent, table, chair & light. We are encouraging any type of cultural crafts or organizations, but anything is acceptable EXCEPT the sale of foods and beverages.

http://www. myspace. com/culturafestival

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Jonathan Cunningham