TAKING PRODUCER EXPOSURE TO THE NEXT LEVEL DATE: FALL 2013 HOSTED BY: CELEBRITY PRODUCER - METRO BOOMIN Submission: - Your confirmation email will provide an email to send beats to. - Beats to submit: Hip Hop, R&B, POP, Samples, & Dubstep Exposure: - 20 producers from different genres all on one producer mixtape. - Digital Promotion - Cds printed & distributed - Hosted by a producer with clout - Website dedicated to the mixtape - Mixtape will be posted on several blogs - Placement opportunities - Placed in studios, passed out at networking events, & given to industry execs and label reps - Email blast to DJs, Producers, & Artist
THE MIXTAPE WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR OUR 6 YEAR ANNIVERSARY IN SEPTEMBER DEADLINE IS AUGUST 1, 201
Brew at the Zoo Saturday, May 25, 2013 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Do you enjoy sampling beer and wine, but you don't so much enjoy doing it on a crowded concrete parking lot? Follow your nature - surrounded by our nature! Do your brew in an exotic outdoor destination that's home to more than 1,500 animals from around the world, including sightings of our new gorilla and orangutan babies. Did you know Zoo Atlanta has the largest collection of great apes in North America? Last year we sold out of tickets, so we are expanding the beer/wine selections this year as well as providing more entertainment. So get your Brew tickets now!
Tickets include:Unlimited sampling of a variety of beers and wines with more stations than ever before!Live music and DJUp-close-and-personal encounters with our animalsFree rides on the train and carouselFun interactive games including Pongo Ping PongAnd much more!This year we are celebrating primates and proceeds from the event will be used to support the care of our primate collection. Ticket prices: $38 Zoo Atlanta Member$43 Non member$85 VIP* *VIP admission will include a Brew at the Zoo T-shirt and access into the air-conditioned VIP lounge with exclusive beer and wine tastings. VIP guests will also be able to enjoy express entry into the event, private restrooms, and an exclusive animal experience. Limited to only 250 tickets Brew at the Zoo is open to guests ages 21 and up; guests under 21 will not be admitted. This event is rain or shine.
A 24-year tradition, the Decatur Arts Festival celebrates culture, community and creativity with a weekend exploding with artistic expressions.
The weekend starts with the ArtWalk, a leisurely stroll through the city as local shops host free receptions for new art shows. Throughout the day you'll find music, performance art, dancing and special events just for kids and teens.
Join in for the largest arts event in Decatur NOW-June 2, highlighted by the Artists MarketMay 25-26th in downtown Decatur. Every event is FREE and open to the public!
Decatur Arts Festival is #where2go Artists Market is #where2go
Piedmont Park 400 Park Drive Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30309
The Atlanta Jazz Festival is regarded as one of the Country's largest FREE jazz festivals.
It is an annual musical showcase, celebrates jazz legends and up-and-coming jazz greats in venues throughout metropolitan Atlanta during the entire month of May.
Culminating during each Memorial Day weekend, the festival features show-stopping performances at Piedmont Park.
The Festival is produced by the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs, and it is FREE and open to the public.
Mission: It is the mission of the Atlanta Jazz Festival to expose and entertain a diverse audience of Jazz aficionados, young Jazz enthusiasts and aspiring musicians to the rich heritage and variety of Jazz as an authentic form of traditional music.
To promote a broader understanding and deeper appreciation for Caribbean culture by seeking the interest of Atlanta Caribbean Carnival groups and using the Atlanta Caribbean Carnival as a vehicle for the promotion of Caribbean culture among the broader Metro Atlanta community.
Atlanta Caribbean Carnival is Mas and Music as the Atlanta Caribbean Carnival Bandleaders Association welcomes one and all to an all-encompassing celebration of Caribbean culture.
As we commemorate our 25th Anniversary we invite the public to fully immerse themselves and partake in all that Atlanta Caribbean Carnival has to offer, as we once again return to Downtown Atlanta.
Beginning on West Peachtree Street and ending with the Festival Village on historic Auburn Avenue, join us for the Parade of Bands on Saturday, May 25, 2013 for a memorable, festive, and colorful display of Mas and Music.
Bring your family and friends and rediscover everything you love about Carnival, expose yourself to new experiences, and feed your soul with the unique and diverse beauty of the Caribbean!
Shied...I posted this on my Tumblr yesterday, but only because I wasn't at my computer all day and I couldn't embed to blog on my phone. But, it doesn't seem like a lot of people payed attention or cared to listen. Has faith in the new Goodie Mob album been lost?
I'm not going to lie, I've been worried, but this song does offer some hope though. It's the best I've heard from Age Against the Machine so far. And in case you haven't heard, Cee-Lo just signed on to have a reality show on TBS with much of it being centered around Goodie Mob recording their new album.
Atlanta Streets Alive on Peachtree Street - On Sunday, May 19th, Atlanta Streets Alive will close 2.7 miles of Atlanta's signature street to cars, and open it up to the public - for human powered amusement.
For four hours, you, your friends and your family will have the chance to take back 2.7 miles of Peachtree Street - by foot, by bike, by roller skates, by skateboard or by any human-powered means of transportation. Just one thing... no gasoline-engines allowed.
Atlanta Streets Alive aims to transform Atlanta streets into safe places for people to bike, walk, run, dance and skate - for fun, fitness and transportation.
The event is organized by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition in partnership with Midtown Alliance, Central Atlanta Progress, and hundreds of local businesses, activity partners and volunteers.
Atlanta Streets Alive on Peachtree Street is #where2go
Brownwood Park 1247 Portland Avenue, SE Atlanta, GA
The 10th annual East Atlanta Beer Festival will take place on Saturday, May 18th in East Atlanta Village's Brownwood Park. Come join us as we celebrate great craft beers, good food, rockin' local music and entertainment, and East Atlanta! On your way in or out, visit shops and restaurants in the Village. Ticket on sale dates and pricing information will be available soon! Admission Includes:An East Atlanta Beer Festival souvenir pint glass!Sampling of over 175 craft beers!Live bands and DJs!General Admission tickets are $40 in advance (up until 11:30 a.m. on May 18th). Tickets, to the event any remain, will be available for sale at the gate for $45. Gate sales begin at Noon and can be purchased by cash or credit card. Sampling cups are provided upon entry. Please take care to keep track of your sampling cup. Outside liquid containers are strictly prohibited (we will have water available free of charge onsite). The wristband is your ticket for reentry. No wristband = no reentry. No joke.
Get the VIP Treatment!In addition to all of the above, VIPs have access to the following: 1-hour early entrance (12 noon) to the Festival (this includes VIP area and general Festival area)Expedited entrance line at gate - avoid the wait!VIP area with 12-15 beers not available to other festival attendees!Respite from the crowd under a covered pavilion!VIP-only restroom facilities!Back by Popular Demand - VIP raffle for gift cards from local restaurants and merchants, and for other great stuff from our sponsors!VIP tickets are $75 and will sell out fast.
Food and MerchandiseWe will have local vendors selling a variety of food items that we've carefully selected to be pleasing to the festival-goer's palate. As in years past, there will be awesome EABF schwag. No one under 21 (no, your infant or toddler cannot attend the festival) No petsNo backpacksNo designated driver tickets**No exceptions.Over-the-shoulder camping chairs are encouraged, and we have more space this year!**NOTE: Due to past flagrant violations by Designated Driver ticketholders, we no longer offer discounted tickets to designated drivers. The East Atlanta Foundation is an all-volunteer, non-profit entity which raises money for good works in the community with this Festival. We strive to ensure each ticket results in proceeds for those good works. If your designated driver does not want to attend the Festival at the standard admission price, the many bars, restaurants and boutiques of East Atlanta Village will provide great diversions while you enjoy your libations with us
The Bar Exam returns Friday, May 17th at Apache Cafe and this go round in recognition for Hip-Hop appreciation week we'll have double the giveaways and free swag for our attendees that know their music! Also, a special Tribue to Hip-Hop mix will spun by the larger then life DJ New York Giant. A new King of the Cypher has been filmed @ Beat Lab USA (s/0 to DJ Mega) and will be recapped live starting at 9pm. Our panelist this month are @Killwillmusic [Travis Porter...] & Diana Schweinbeck [Mixtape Monopoly]. Others TBA. Our featured artist are Phene, Emi Morris, and previous Bar Exam competition winner Rameer J.
If you caught our last show then you know we've added a live Twitter feed recapping feedback from our panelist and audience. Once again, that will be in effect. If you take our stage you will be promoted.