STARTING A CONCERT OR FEST
The HOW NOT TO PROMOTE BOOK CONTENTS and the SIMPLFIED PROMOTIONS BOOK CONTENTS offer many forms, contracts, layouts and proposals for the promoter needing assistance on how to write a concert plan, investor proposal or music festival proposal.
Also, please see the FORMS link.
Other agreements such as more developed Performance Contracts, Venue Contracts or longer Investor Agreements are available upon request (if you don’t see them listed) and are priced individually.
The new Proposals, Plans & Contracts Book contains many of these additional forms in print. You may request any document mentioned here in word format for an additional reasonable fee.
CUSTOM FORMS, AGREEMENTS AND PROPOSALS, PLANS
Hal writes custom documents for venues and Promoters. This process includes your input and may require research. The price of each document is based on the amount of time and work involved.
For concerts or festivals:
  • Business Plans/ Investor Plan (10-30 pages)
  • Marketing Plan (2-10 pages depending on complexity, budget and event size)
  • Executive Summary (2-3 pages)
  • One Sheet Summary (1 page)
  • Press/ News Release (1 page)
  • Cost/ Revenue Sheet (2-4 pages)
  • Weekly Income Report
  • Event site Layout
OR you may compose the doc and just pay for editing and/ or reviewing advice.
Call or email for a quote on any docs you may need help with. If you email, please be specific and include type of event, city, dates, deadline, etc. Your contact information should always be in any email.
PH: (731) 438-1587 8am-8pm EST
 
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