If you have been to a few different Music Festivals you will see what a Concert Crew is, how they do their job and how they can benefit your Music Fest experience. This article will help you understand a little more on what a Concert Crew is and why they are an important part of every Music Festival. So please read on and learn a bit more about what a Concert Crew is and what they do. You will also be able to see pictures of some of our very popular Concert Crew members, check out some of the music festivals they have been on such as: Red Rocks Amphitheater, Knotts Berry Farm, The Amphitheater at Mergers Bank Park in New York City, Cane Garden Center, Bill Graham Park in San Francisco, Knotts Berry Farm, First Street Entry, ACL Live, State Theatre, Voodoo Health Ranch, Camp Bisco, and many more.
What does a “C covid-19” have to do with anything? That’s right a Covid-19 is a short, 19 page report that tells the story of a Music Festival. The first piece of advice given to us by our volunteer team, “Covid-19,” is: Write a synopsis, or a summary of your music showcase experience for your CV. You want to include everything, from the date and location of your performance to your set list and when it is held and who is playing. Make sure you submit this along with any photos you took.
So what is a “Covid-19?” A Covid-19 is an official, sanctioned piece of paper issued by Music Festivals International (MFIS) that certifies the date, place and performers of a music event. It is also used as a confirmation of the registration of all Concert Crews/Performers. For example, if you were volunteering to promote and perform at a Jazz Festival in New York, you would complete the C Covid-19. This document should be laminated with your name and the contact information of your employer (i.e. if you are volunteering, your employer).
Not only are these documents helpful to Music Festivals, they are also useful to independent artists, bands and DJs who are performing on their own, as well as hundreds of thousands of professional musicians and DJs who perform on radio, television and the Internet. These professionals are often hard-working, creative people. They put tons of time, effort and money into coming up with amazing live music shows that entertain and amuse millions around the world. By offering them well-crafted Covid-19s, they can give their fans a sense that they are appreciated.
Concert venue owners and operators should take the time to create solid sound system requirements. This includes hiring an experienced technician and having a complete set of music equipment and accessories. In fact, many times it is possible to hire a local band to sound check and setup your music venue for your big night. This can save you huge amounts of time. There are plenty of benefits to hiring a qualified technician to setup and maintain sound systems for your event. Many technicians are able to help you in the area of sound systems and audio integration.
Concert venue owners and operators should consider adding the services of a live music sound technician when planning large events. The experience and expertise of a technician will be invaluable to them and their fans. Not only is it good business to add the services of a live music sound technician, but it is also a wise investment for festivals, clubs and private parties who play in several cities or in a number of different venues regularly.