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News: The Extreme Tour 2011 - XTX
Posted on Monday, July 26, 2010 @ 15:47:15 UTC
Topic: Opportunities

The Extreme Tour presents its 16th year of festival style events across the United States. Selected band can perform as much or as little of the tour schedule as they feel they can do. The Extreme Tour takes care of travel expenses like housing and food and some artists will be compensated for their participation with an additional travel stipend. There will be two U.S. Tour teams, each doing multiple events in over 100 separate cities and markets nationwide. Shows will take place at the club, theater, and festival level in most major cities. Unlike most other major tours, Extreme Tour artists do not pay a merchandising fee to the tour, and receive 100 % of their merchandise sales. The Tour schedule will run for 5 months, from May through September. When you submit, you will be able to specify how much of the tour schedule you are looking to be a part of. An average of 10 bands perform in each city. While you may apply for all cities, you are NOT required to. Submit through Sonicbids by March 29, 2011. Website





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