Strings and Stories: A Fundraiser to Support The Bluebird Festival
The Bluebird Music Festival Creates Exclusive Film to Raise Funds
Music festivals across the world are being canceled this year due to COVID-19, and the result is sadly complete financial devastation. Many music festivals will not be able to recover, and the entire music industry landscape appears to be taking a huge hit across all platforms.
The Bluebird Music Festival is certainly no exception. This Colorado festival has suffered the loss of tens of thousands of dollars this year, but the non-profit has come up with a unique way to raise funds.
An all-star collection of musicians has come together to create an exclusive film, “Strings & Stories”. Edited and produced by Ian Glass Media, the film showcases intimate performances and personal stories from over a dozen musicians. But the film will only be available to those who help invest in saving the Bluebird Music Festival.
However, this is not simply a donation. Those who donate to the fund will not only get the exclusive film, but they will also automatically become members of the Future Arts Foundation (the non-profit that produces the Bluebird Music Festival).
In addition, each contributor will receive early notification of special events and exclusive ticket presales. Plus, contributors will be entered into THE ULTIMATE FAF GIVEAWAY. The winner will be chosen during a Facebook Live drawing on June 28, 2020.
The Ultimate FAF Giveaway
There will only be one winner for the ultimate prize package, but that winner will get to choose between two prize options.
1. A custom guitar created from an Odell beer barrel by luthier Michael Bashkin of Bashkin Guitars in Ft. Collins. This one-of-its-kind guitar is valued at $14,000.
A private tour for four of Odell Brewery in Ft. Collins with an exclusive tasting. Must be 21+.
2. Two VIP FRONT ROW passes to the Bluebird Music Festival in Boulder, Colorado on April 17th, 2021.
Roundtrip airfare for two to Denver, Colorado.
Two nights lodging in Boulder, Colorado.
Gift bag with official festival poster, t-shirts, and exclusive gifts.
(Details can be found on the fundraiser page)
Enter to Win The Ultimate Prize
To donate and be entered into the drawing, visit https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/strings-stories-for-the-bluebird#/
The Bluebird Music Festival and Future Arts Foundation 501-c3 has set a goal of $30,000. All donations are tax-deductible. Every contributor will get the exclusive film, Strings & Stories.
The film features performances from:
Wesley Schultz (The Lumineers)
Dave Simonett (Trampled by Turtles)
Adam Aijala & Ben Kaufmann (Yonder Mountain String Band)
Josiah Johnson (formerly of The Head & The Heart)
Daniel Rodriguez (Elephant Revival)
Andy Thorn (Leftover Salmon)
with Very Special Guest Jim James
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