(Hypebot) – Organizing or considering playing a benefit concert for the victims of Hurricane Harvey? Hypebot has the 411 on how you can submit your benefit event & event producer's contact info, as well as contact info for artists with serious interest in performing at an upcoming benefit concert.
Guest post from the Texas Music Office
Texas Music Office
ORGANIZING OR CONSIDERING PLAYING A BENEFIT CONCERT?
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR BENEFIT EVENT & EVENT PRODUCER'S CONTACT INFO…AS WELL AS CONTACT INFO FOR ARTISTS WITH SERIOUS INTEREST IN PERFORMING AT AN UPCOMING BENEFIT CONCERT
The Texas Music Office is currently working with event producers around the state who are planning benefit concerts for all those affected by the massive devastation of Hurricane Harvey.
If you have a benefit concert already planned, please submit that event info to email@example.com with "HURRICANE HARVEY Benefit Concert" in the email's subject line.
If you are an artist or band that is interested in volunteering to perform at an upcoming benefit concert, please send serious inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org with "INTERESTED IN PERFORMING at Hurricane Harvey Benefit Concert" in the email's subject line.
We will use our social media channels, and work with Texas media, to help publicize the upcoming music-related benefit concert info to the public.
Although some benefit concerts are already scheduled to begin as early as this weekend, we anticipate many more will take place after the flood waters subside. Watch our social media feeds (and subscribe to our newsletter) for our most up-to-date info on Hurricane Harvey-related benefit concerts…and for general info on how you can help.
The Texas Music Office (TMO) is a state-funded business promotion office and information clearinghouse for the Texas music industry. The TMO assists more than 15,000 individual clients each year. Under mandate from the Texas Legislature, the office "promotes the development of the music industry in the state by informing members of that industry and the public about the resources available in the state for music production."