I AM Tasha Jones
RFP Table of Contents Who is Tasha Jones References Tour Dates Awards/Nominations Tech Rider Stage Layout Project Proposal Concept & Cost Enclosed Audio/Visual Samples
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Who is Tasha Jones The virtual introduction, I AM TASHA JONES .COM lends way to the wit and genius of This STAR! The youngest Indiana Poet Laureate nominee is a mother, poet, activist, and artist. Her works are unique in which, Jones brilliantly marries the art of storytelling to the audaciousness of Hip Hop which breeds Literature in full throttle. A prolific writer, Tasha Jones soothes the soul and heals the body with words that cleverly infuses everyday life experiences with scripture to create works that empower. The destiny of this beautifully written talent excels far beyond Literary expectations. Jones SPEAKs music! Her music is captivating and enlightening while also infusing genres, ages, and venues. Her words linger, like a needle stuck in the groove replaying the best part of your favorite song! Her words dance in the ears and on the tongues of those who have had the pleasure of witnessing the Tasha Jones Experience. To see/hear Jones you instantly feel the magic of words spoken. Her message as well as the artistic wherewithal to say the right thing, at the right time, in the right way is phenomenal. Jones is a virtuosic performer, with an acute ability to interlace complex threads with conventional wisdom. The ardent fervor Jones exemplifies in performances is matched by her commitment to education, service, and responsibility to the youth is the spark that ignites her flame. Hello BEautiful TM, an account of Jonesâ€™ experiences as an educator in the Indianapolis School System, focuses on the power of words and the impact words have on todayâ€™s youth and tomorrows future. Two words, Hello BEautiful TM, revitalized 26 students, redirected momentum, and changed self-destructive/ iamtashajones.com
self-sabotaging behavior in the class room and now empower the world. The genius of Tasha Jones centers on her ability to lend simple wisdom in profound and moving ways. The diversity in her writings garners HOPE. A powerful prowess of expression with the soul and sage of a griot, Tasha Jones is a pure breath of fresh air and definitely “THE ONE to WATCH! Before becoming the youngest Poet Laureate nominee in Indiana History, before opening for Ms. Lauryn Hill’s Moving Target Tour, performing for Erykah Badu, and creating the Hello Beautiful Movement, Tasha Jones was a High School Teacher. In the Indianapolis Public Charter School system as an Advisor/Teacher, Tasha Jones spent days and nights teaching, reading, and grading papers. Writing poetry was hobby and occasionally she recited locally. In recitation, Jones found her words to be therapeutic not only for herself but for others. She gained notoriety and became a mainstay in the local newspapers and magazines as “the raging poet healing words.” In 2008, the Indianapolis Star deemed Tasha Jones as, “The One to Watch!” Just as the community began granting accolades for Jones’ talent, questions began to rise as to her commitment to the classroom, along with her court child custody battle brewing. With litigators capitalizing on the newspaper/magazine articles and a poetry hobby performing schedule, the judge and ex then reinforced the sexist model of parenting, and punished Jones for fulfilling dreams. Jones lost a long hard custody battle with the judge determining “Jones was sufficient as a mother/parent, but the father/parent seemed to be more stable.” Jones was then ordered to move her children out in a matter of days, to reduce everyday contact and communication to every other weekend, as well as to pay child support (excessive), insurance, and private school. From that, Jones went into a deep depression and became homeless before having an Ah-Ha moment! When life throws you curve balls, do you get hit or do you learn how to swing the bat? Learning how to swing at everything coming, Jones was back writing to save her life. Using words to lift herself out of a dark place, she wrote a plan and began to see it through, promising herself to work daily at any venue that would give her 3 to 5 minutes on the microphone, with the sole purpose of creating a stable home for her children. Through her work and activism, Jones created the Hello BeautifulTM curricula, mantra, and lifestyle, with the intent to impart in others that “You determine your DESTINY!” and that “THERE ARE NO PLAN B’s!” Indeed, Jones lives by what she speaks. And by doing so her words and work ethic have put her in the company of the greats and indeed she is GREAT! Live Performance Videos can be seen at http://youtube.com/iamtashajones ￼
Our References Dance Kaleidoscope â€œFor the past three seasons Tasha Jones has galvanized audiences at Spotlight with her electric performances of her original poetry on the subject of persons living with the AIDS virus. Her impassioned and dynamic delivery combined with her articulate and expressive writing have made her a true audience favorite. She is a true Indianapolis treasure!â€? David Hochoy Artistic Director Soptight David Hochoy, Artistic Director Dance Kaleidoscope 4603 Clarendon Road, #32 Indianapolis, IN 46208 Ph: (317)-940-8460 Cell: (317)-345-3543 Super Soul Jan 19 - 29 at IRT Upper Stage www.dancekal.org
Indianapolis Museum of Art In 2011, the Indianapolis Museum of Art engaged Tasha Jones to write and perform her original poetry in response to the visual art of artist Thornton Dial, whose work was displayed here at the IMA. Tasha sculpted words and created bold visual art in response to Dial’s political, historical art. Words are as fundamental as images in conveying the deepest emotions and in eliciting responses from one human to another. Tasha is a master of the poetic, rhythmic form. She made one man’s visual art accessible to many more people, from a totally new vantage point, taking Dial’s work to another plane – one related to self-empowerment, self-claimed identities, and our shared dignity. When asked to describe their experience in surveys, attendees used adjectives such as “electric,” “phenomenal,” and “soul-shaking.” Tasha Jones made a serious contribution to the quality and depth of our programming slate at the IMA. Anne Laker Director of Public Programs Indianapolis Museum of Art Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Tasha Jones has been a program partner for the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana for many years. Her passion, her poetry, and her message of empowerment, compliments our commitment to building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. It was only natural that when we hosted the 2008 National Girl Scout Leadership Institute – a two-day conference on healthy living for more than 1700 teen girls – in Indianapolis that Tasha Jones be involved. Her Hello Beautiful workshops were some of the best attended at the conference – serving more than 250 girls from across the country and around the world. Tasha Jones’ impact on youth is so profound that three years after the conference, girls still site her workshops as one of the turning points in their personal journey to empowerment and strong self-esteem. Holly Elizabeth Herbert Grants Manager Girl Scouts of Central Indiana email@example.com Office: 317.924.6816 Fax: 317.931.3341
Brian Wallace During my time as Operations Manager for Radio One Indianapolis, I had nothing but the greatest of experiences in dealings with Tasha Jones. I’ve known Tasha now for about 7 years, first meeting her when she approached me about doing a poetry segment on WHHH. I was impressed with the performance in my office and sound of her voice that I toyed with the idea of possibly putting her on the air at WTLC-FM. From that point, I kept up with her career as a poet and vocalist (something I learned about later). Over the years, I’ve watched her grow as a poet and vocalist, along with being one of the main driving forces of the ever growing poetry scene here in Indianapolis. She’s now at a point in her career where she’s become a huge influence on poets aspiring to do what she’s already accomplished and continue to strive for in the years to come. -Brian Wallace firstname.lastname@example.org
Tour Dates & Press TASHA JONES “NO MORE FLIES, HAWT!”, states Mark Curry, “Tasha Jones is the TRUTH, the first Poet that sold this LA crowd on Poetry, She ROCKED IT (STANDING O...in LA)! She’s A STAR!” ~ Mark Curry (host of FOXXHOLE Live!) “Tasha Jones is the ONE to Watch,” states the Indianapolis Star. Tasha Jones is a rare and wonderful artist that strikes a balance in a world so often lopsided. Some people are all style with little to no substance while others have substance with no trace of style. Tasha is a perfect blending of the two. She has the soul of a Nikki Giovanni draped in the haute couture fashions of a runway model, two things few would think to pair. Her work speaks further to her dichotomy, to the easy equilibrium she has found between being a student of life and a teacher of lessons. On stage she tells the story of her life and in doing so tells the story of all women; a story of love, loss and life. She offers a perspective, poignancy and insight in her writing that allows men to see themselves through her work and women to see themselves in her work. She proves herself to be simultaneously what women are and what they aspire to be. In a world where few know who they are Tasha proves that not only does she know who she is but she has a deep understanding of who you are too; And once you’ve experienced her for yourself you will feel better, wiser and more enriched for it. - Emmy Nominee Jon Goode: TVLand/Nick@Nite, HBO Def Poetry, BET Lyric Café & CNN Black in America. With the new HIT single NO MORE FLIES quickly gaining momentum in Atlanta and ready to overtake the airwaves in your area! Going for ADDS NOW!
December 21 TOUR DATES JVC Poetry Performance December 6 Herron High School HIV/AIDS Indianapolis, IN 1PM Holy Cross High School Poetry Workshop Indianapolis, IN 4:30PM December 8 Holy Cross High School Poetry Workshop Indianapolis, IN 4:30PM December 10 News Interview Fort Wayne, IN 5PM December 11 HBO Poetry Showcase Shooters Fort Wayne, IN 5PM December 16 HBO Poetry Showcase Memphis University Memphis, TN 7PM December 17 Memphizm Memphis, TN 8PM December 20 JVC Poetry Workshop Indianapolis, IN 1PM
Indianapolis, IN 3PM
January 16 When Sisters Speak Ottawa, Canada
December 29 The Mixx Cincinnati, OH 8PM
January 23 Blue Moon Sunday Madam C. J. Walker Indianapolis, IN 7PM
January 3 The Conga Room Los Angeles, CA 9PM January 4 Poetry Lounge Green Way Court Theatre Los Angeles, CA 8PM January 5 Fly Poet Savoy Los Angeles, CA 8PM January 7 Bartholomew County Youth Center Poetry Workshop Columbus, IN 1PM January 10 Holy Cross Indianapolis, IN 4:30PM January 12 Holy Cross Indianapolis, IN 4:30PM January 15 When Sisters Speak Toronto, Canada
February 12 Joyce Littel Show Passion & Poetry Atlanta, GA February 19 Verbal Slick Blue Mark Studios 892 Jefferson Street Atlanta, GA 30318 February 24 Indiana State University Terre Haute, Indiana February 25 Indiana State University Empowering Workshop Terre Haute, Indiana April 11 Poetry Workshop Ottawa, Ontario, Canada April 12 Poetry Workshop Ottawa, Ontario, Canada April 13 Say Word Poetry Slam Ottawa, Ontario, Canada iamtashajones.com
April 14 Burlington Slam Project University of Western Ontario London, Ontario, Canada April 15 London Poetry Slam University of Western Ontario London, Ontario, Canada April 16 London Poetry Slam (Day Workshop) University of Western Ontario London, Ontario, Canada April 16 Guelph Poetry Slam Guelph, Ontario, Canada April 17 Kitchener Waterloo Poetry Slam Toronto, Ontario, Canada April 20 WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY Sherman Hall / 1 University Circle Macomb, IL 61455 April 23 A Night of Poetry & Blues Shooters bar & Grill 4530 Bluffton Rdâ€¨Fort Wayne, IN 46809 April 26 Bennett College 900 East Washington Street Greensboro, NC, 27401 10
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Tech Rider PRODUCTION TECHNICAL RIDER 2011 STAGING 1. The stage should be a single level area at least 30ft and a depth of 20 ft. please be sure the stage area is cleared of obstructions and equipment prior to load-in 2. The stage should include or be provided with one drum riser at least 8’x8’x 2ft tall. Sections must be locked, clamped or bolted together 3. All staging and drum riser should be skirted SOUND 1.
House sound system. Purchaser agrees to provide a Professional Audio System able of achieving up to 110db without limit, 30-17k htz at the mix position. System will be set up in stereo (L/R). The house sound system should be a line array system suitable for the venue. With a minimum system for a small venue being 4 bi-amp top cabinets and 2 dual 18 inch subwoofers per side (8 tops and 4 subs). The array speakers must be flown and not ground stacked.
House mixing console A professional quality digital or analog console should be provided. The console should incorporate the following: at least 40 mic-input channels with 4 band FULLY parametric EQ, 8 Aux sends, 8VCA/DVA
Suggested consoles: Yamaha M7CL,4k,3k Allen and heath ML series ,Sound craft MH series, Midas Heritage series.
House mix position Console should be set-up in a safe position, preferably on a riser/platform, not more than 70 ft from front of stage.
Front of house mix position must not be positioned under or in balconies or overhangs
ANALOG house dynamic/effects processing 2 channels 31 band graphic EQ for house Left and Right – Ashley-DBX 8 channels compression- Drawmer, BSS, DBX 6 channels of gating – Drawmer, BSS, DBX 2 reverb/ multiFX processors- Yamaha 990, TC Electronic M1, Lexicon PCM80 1 digital delay processors w/tap function – TC Electronic D2, Roland SDE 3000
Monitor system requirements Artist requires 8 monitors and one drum sub on 8 mixes, monitor wedges should be 12 inch bi-amp cabinets with an eq inserted in each mix. Drum sub should be a single
18inch cabinet with adjustable band pass and eq. side fills are appreciated but not required. Monitor console should have at least 36 channels from a signal splitter(passive with ground lift on each channel is acceptable). Console should have a 4 band eq with variable hi pass filter – Suggested: Yamaha M7CL , M3000.
ANOLOG Monitor dynamic processing 6 channels gate- Drawmer/ dbx Presonis 2 channels compressor drawmer DBX, Presonis 31 band EQ inserted for each output.
Console should be located next to stage with good visibility for the monitor engineer to the artist’s on stage.
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ATTENTION: All production arrangements must be verified by Artist’s FOH engineer before contracting any production company please have Sound and lighting contractors contact Dave Farr (email@example.com 317-364-1414). Please do not take for granted what was used for other artists will necessarily work for Tasha Jones. Typical nightclub sound systems are generally NOT acceptable Artist will provide ALL backline equipment for their performance. Artist’s FOH engineer will perform sound check and mix the show Artist’s FOH engineer will have complete access to sound control including all processing (DSP, EQ) amplification, speaker placement and mixing consoles. All access must be granted to speaker management systems AT the FOH Mix position. The system must be in stereo (left and right array) and have more than adequate low end response. If this is not possible or allowed, the sound system cannot be used The Purchaser/production Company will supply a qualified, professional sound technician to assist the Artist’s engineer and operate the monitor console. This person must be Knowledgeable of the audio system, able to answer any questions and be available from the time of load-in until the end of performance. The audio system should be set-up wired and ready for use before artist arrival time. This will assure a quick load in and sound check.
INPUT LIST Kick Beta 52 Snare Beta 57 Tom 1 Beta 56 Tom 2 Beta 56 Tom 3 Beta 56 Tom 4 beta 56 HI Hat SM 81 Overhead L SM 81 Overhead R SM 81 Conga SM 57 Conga SM 57 Bass DI Guitar SM 57 Keyboard 1 L DI Keyboard 1 R DI
Small Boom Small Boom Clip Clip Clip Clip Small Boom large Boom large Boom large Boom large Boom Small Boom
Keyboard 2 L Quad DI 1 Keyboard 2 R Quad DI 2 Keyboard 3 L Quad DI 3 Small Tri Boom Keyboard 3 R Quad DI 4 Small Tri Boom DJ L DI DJ R DI Sax sm 57 Large Boom Violin DI beat box Sm 57 small boom BGV 1 Sm 58 Large Boom BGV 2 Sm 58 Large Boom BGV 3 Sm 58 Large Boom Wireless Vocal 1 Beta 58 Straight stand Wireless Vocal 2 Beta 58 Straight stand Ipod / computer DI Ipod / computer DI Vocal FX1 reverb Vocal FX2 Delay Instrument FX3 reverb Instrument FX4 Delay LIGHTING 8. Purchaser / Production Company will supply a qualified lighting operator to set-up and operate lighting for the show. Artist does not travel with a lighting operator. Lighting operator must be present starting at load in and available until the show’s end. Artist will give suggestions as to color and queues, but the operator is free to “have fun”.
The following is a Minimum lighting requirement for an indoor venue.
A professional lighting console with sufficient channels to properly operate and allow for dimming and scene presets is required, color groups should be programmed to a fader scene.
Upstage and down stage washes are required. -Downstage truss/ lift system with at least 24 wash PAR 64 cans, with a 4 color scheme. -upstage truss/ lift system with at least 24 beam PAR 64 cans, with a 4 color scheme. - moving fixtures may be substituted for PAR cans
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TITLE: “The Superlative” I AM TASHA JONES Team Proposal 2012 Event Number 905ZZ Indianapolis Convention Center February 5, 2012 PROJECT PROPOSAL CONCEPT: The I AM TASHA JONES EXPERIENCE proposes three options for PARTY PLANNERS WEST (PPW) to overview: OPTION A The I AM Tasha Jones Experience proposes to be/provide the musical entertainment on/for ONE of the PPW stages. (Full 210 minute show with breaks and travel details are expressed in project proposal details) OPTION B The I AM Tasha Jones Experience proposes to perform on/for TWO of the PPW stages. (2 Full 100 minute shows with breaks and 10 travel details are expressed in project proposal details) OPTION C The I AM Tasha Jones Experience proposes to perform poetry on ALL of PPW stages in (5/10 minute increments) PROJECT PROPOSAL DETAILS: The I AM Tasha Jones Experience (IAMTJ) wants to enhance your Indiana involvement by creating an eclectic snapshot of the artistic genius that resides and prides itself onbeing a Hoosier. As a poet, who has blazed an uncanny trail in entertainment by being “the superlative,” Tasha Jones couples the power of spoken word/vocal with instrumentation to create a beauty of harmony. “Through my work I celebrate that which makes us unique but more importantly ties us together in the web of humanity, being a poet that rocks with a band and covers country, rock, and soul classics / originals is as eclectic as it comes,” states Jones. So the PPW request to include eclectic entertainment acts/activities/bands that are indicative of the Indianapolis area resonates. IAMTJ prides itself on being an artist that transcends; prom16
ising to be more than a show but an EXPERIENCE! An Indiana tapestry that is bound by hard work, dedication, and being the SUCCESSFUL FISH in a BIG POND! Coach Cal Stroll once said, Success is uncommon and not to be enjoyed by the common man. I’m looking for uncommon people because we want to be successful, not average!” In this information age IAMTJ wants to include and make mention of the game day goings on by using social media outlets to give the Indiana general public the included feel. Allowing tweet breaks have been successful and we want Indiana to feel included on what is happening. Balancing the idea allowing Indiana/ general supporters to tweet their most memorable “GAME DAY PLAYS” and make mention of those seem to get hometown love...(NOTE SOCIAL MEDIA TITLE “GAME DAY PLAYS” IS IN LINE WITH PPW NON-DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS). PROPOSED EVENT DAY SCHEDULE: 10 AM SECURITY POINT CHECK IN / SET UP. 11AM SHORT SOUND CHECK ON BOTH STAGES IF OPTION B IS SELECTED. NOON LUNCH. 12:35 - 1:50PM COSTUMES. 1:53PM SHOW TIME! PROPOSED EVENT DAY OPTION DETAILED SCHEDULE BELOW: PROPOSED EVENT DAY SCHEDULE: 10 AM SECURITY POINT CHECK IN / SET UP. 11AM SHORT SOUND CHECK ON BOTH STAGES IF OPTION B IS SELECTED. NOON LUNCH. 12:35 - 1:50PM COSTUMES. 1:53PM SHOW TIME! PROPOSED EVENT DAY OPTION DETAILED SCHEDULE BELOW:
OPTION A the I AM TASHA JONES EXPERIENCE ONE BAND but AN ALL INCLUSIVE ACT! FEBRUARY 5, 2012 COMPLETE SHOW RUN (210 MIN. W/ BREAKS) 1:53 PM Band and background take places 2:00 PM BV2 starts country/lite R&B blend (20 minute set ~ set include poetic add) 2:20 PM BV1 starts classic/soft/alternative blend (20 minute set ~ set include poetic add) 2:40 PM I AM TASHA JONES EXPERIENCE starts (35 minute set) 3:15 PM DJ/BEAT BOX starts (10 minute set ~ first band break) 3:25 PM BV3 starts soul/hip-hop blend (20 minute set ~ set include poetic add) 3:45 PM Violinist starts (20 minute set) 4:05 PM Beat Box/DJ man vs. machine (20 minute set ~ second band break) 4:25 PM POETIC INTERLUDE (15 minute set) 4:40 PM DJ starts Top 40 mix & scratch (15 minute set ~ if needed band break)
4:55 PM I AM TASHA JONES EXPERIENCE wraps show (35 minute set) COMPLETE 210 MINUTE SHOW RUN I AM TASHA JONES EXPERIENCE WE ARE ONE BAND BUT AN ALL INCLUSIVE ACT! GAME TIME! *Tweet Breaks happen on the :20 of every hour (quick game day plays most memorable mentions]”
the I AM TASHA JONES EXPERIENCE ONE BAND but AN ALL INCLUSIVE ACT! STAGE 1 (NOTE STAGES AND ACTUAL START TIMES ARE INTERCHANGEABLE WHATEVER IS BEST FOR PPW) FEBRUARY 5, 2012 COMPLETE SHOW RUN (210 MIN. W/ BREAKS) 1:53 PM Band and background take places 2:00 PM BV3 starts soul/hip-hop blend (8 minute set ~ set include poetic add) 2:08 PM BV2 starts country/lite R&B blend (8 minute set ~ set include poetic add) 2:16 PM I AM TASHA JONES EXPERIENCE starts (20 minute set) 2:36 PM DJ/BEAT BOX starts (5 minute set ~ first band break) 2:41 PM BV1 starts classic/soft/alternative blend (8 minute set ~ set include poetic add) 2:49 PM Violinist starts (8 minute set) 2:57 PM Beat Box/DJ man vs. machine (8 minute set ~ second band break) 3:05 PM POETIC INTERLUDE (10 minute set) 3:15 PM DJ starts Top 40 mix & scratch (5 minute set ~ if needed band break) 3:20 PM I AM TASHA JONES EXPERIENCE wraps show (20 minute set) 10 MINUTE TRAVEL TIME & PREP TO/ON NEXT STAGE STAGE 2 (NOTE STAGES AND ACTUAL START TIMES ARE INTERCHANGEABLE WHATEVER IS BEST FOR PPW) FEBRUARY 5, 2012 COMPLETE SHOW RUN (210 MIN. W/ BREAKS) 3:50 PM BV1 starts classic/soft/alternative blend (8 minute set ~ set include poetic add) 3:58 PM BV3 starts soul/hip-hop blend (8 minute set ~ set include poetic add) 18
4:06 PM I AM TASHA JONES EXPERIENCE starts (20 minute set) 4:26 PM DJ/BEAT BOX starts (5 minute set ~ first band break) 4:31 PM BV2 starts country/lite R&B blend (8 minute set ~ set include poetic add) 4:39 PM Violinist starts (8 minute set) 4:47 PM Beat Box/DJ man vs. machine (8 minute set ~ second band break) 4:55 PM POETIC INTERLUDE (10 minute set) 5:05 PM DJ starts Top 40 mix & scratch (5 minute set ~ if needed band break) 5:10 PM I AM TASHA JONES EXPERIENCE wraps show (20 minute set) *Tweet Breaks happen on the :20 of every hour (quick game day plays most memorable mentions]” *I AM Tasha Jones RESPONSIBLE FOR THE BACK LINE ~ IF THIS OPTION IS SELECTED PLEASE NOTE THE TECHNICAL RIDER. ALSO NOTE EXTENDED LOAD IN AND BREAK DOWN TIME AND REHEARSAL ON BOTH STAGES ARE EXPECTED (SEE LOAD IN PROPOSAL AND BUDGET) COMPLETE 210 MINUTE SHOW RUN I AM TASHA JONES EXPERIENCE WE ARE ONE BAND BUT AN ALL INCLUSIVE ACT! GAME TIME!
the I AM TASHA JONES POETRY UNIT WOULD ACT AS STAND ALONE FILLERS ON ALL THREE STAGES
PROPOSED LOAD IN/PRE EVENT SCHEDULE: IAMTJ proposes to Load in and rehearsal Thursday, February 2, 2012. If Option B is selected IAMTJ proposes an extra 2 hours to load in both stages and rehearse both stages PROPOSED LOAD OUT SCHEDULE: IAMTJ proposes to Load out 9AM, Monday, February 6, 2012. PRICE QUOTE FOR EACH OPTION ARE AS FOLLOWS: • Number of People On Site - 21 for Options A and B 10 for Option C / 5 Veggie Box Lunches the remainder Chicken, Turkey, and Beef ~ NO PORK LUNCHES • Insurance - Not Needed • 2 Dressing Room Required - 2 close restroom facilities if not in dressing rooms
OPTION A Transportation 2 Large SUV rentals $1000.00 Load in/out carrier $200.00 Sound All Tech Needs $400.00 Working Staff Manager $500.00 Assistant/Social Media $150.00 Costuming (2) $300.00 Band MD $800.00 Keys $600.00 Drums $600.00 Congas $350.00 Bass $350.00 Lead $350.00 DJ $350.00 Horn $300.00 Violinist $150.00 VD $700.00 BV2 $500.00 BV3 $500.00 Poet 1 $150.00 Poet 2/Beat box $150.00 Artist Fee $1275.00 Contingency $850.00 Total $10,525.00
Transportation 2 Large SUV rentals $1000.00 Load in/out carrier $200.00 Sound All Tech Needs $400.00 Working Staff Manager $500.00 Assistant/Social Media $150.00 Costuming $300.00 Band MD $800.00 Keys $600.00 Drums $600.00 Congas $350.00 Bass $350.00 Lead $350.00 DJ $350.00 Horn $300.00 Violinist $150.00 VD $700.00 BV2 $500.00 BV3 $500.00 Poet 1 $150.00 Poet 2/Beat box $150.00
Artist Standard Fee $5000.00
Added Back Line $2500.00 Artist Fee $1275.00 Contingency $850.00 Total $13,025.00