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November 2019

The # 1 Tip for booking gigs opening for NATIONAL ACTS
By Tim Charron | How to Book Gigs 
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Are you a band or a singer-songwriter with the talent to open for national acts but don't know how to get these gigs?

Are you frustrated because you know your act is good enough but you can’t get a hold of the national act, their label, their manager…



Well, let me tell you, I went through this pain for years but through trial and error I learned how to book these gigs. Fast forward a few years and now I have opened for over 30 national acts including Willie Nelson, Charlie Daniels, Bret Michaels, Dustin Lynch, Big & Rich, Clink Black … you get the picture.

I am sharing with you my #1 most valuable tip that can open the door for you to perform with your musical heroes.


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crunch1
by crunch1, posted 11/21/19 15:14:49

Hi Jean , I hope all is well in Toronto ! I've found that using databases like festivalnet makes it easy to get ahold of the people that book festivals... all the info is right there . What kind of music do you play if you don't mind me asking ?? - Tim :)

akwaba
by akwaba, posted 11/21/19 14:30:33

I appreciate your tip #1 but there is another handicap which is the real issue of approching festival organizers. Because you have to get in touch with the decision-makers to make a deal.
What do you think?
Jean from Toronto, Canada.



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